Mark Cuban understands why Tyson Chandler would be a bit mad at the Mavs since the team's front office has twice given him second-fiddle treatment in free agency.
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Starting guard Eric Bledsoe is all in with his dedication to lead the Phoenix Suns and improve every aspect of his game. Bledsoe spent most of the offseason in Phoenix working out and attending many of the Suns' team functions.
Even though forward Markieff Morris probably prefers to be somewhere else, so far through the first few days of training camp he appears to be happy that the Phoenix Suns did not trade him.
The Phoenix Suns brought in Tyson Chandler as a free agent with the idea that he would be a strong leader on and off the floor. Since Chandler signed with the Suns, he has assumed that leadership role.
Three Suns make latest rankings
As our rankings of NBA players continue with Nos. 161-180, a trio of Phoenix players is included in the latest dispatch. #NBArank: Day Five
Suns identified their weaknesses after 2014-15 and made specific roster moves in the offseason to improve those areas.
From Gregg Popovich's vintage interview skills to the Warriors' liberal use of emojis, it was a fun day throughout the league.
Markieff Morris is still with the Suns and said all the right things at the team's media day after an offseason in which he said he didn't want to return after the team traded his brother Marcus.
The Phoenix Suns open training on Tuesday after having media day on Monday. All signs have pointed to Markieff Morris reporting for camp on time and that did occur has he went through some routine medical tests over the weekend.
Solo Sun in next round of rankings
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Can Jeff Hornacek hold it together?
The Suns’ head coach enters this season as a lame duck without getting a contract extension over the summer. To make things more difficult, players are openly asking to be traded. Where does Marc Stein rank Phoenix to begin this season? Power Rankings: Preseason
The Phoenix Suns open training camp next week and they expect forward Markieff Morris to report on time. They also still view him as their starting power forward when the regular season tips off on October 28.
Ahead of the opening of NBA training camps, most of the players have returned to their cities in recent weeks to begin mass workouts at the team practice facility.
Five suns players in bottom 100
In our annual rankings of all the NBA players, five members of the Phoenix roster made the bottom quarter. See which Suns players are listed among the worst in the league. #NBArank: The bottom 100
Sun setting in Phoenix
There are more questions than answers about the future in Phoenix. Find out why the Suns are tied for the biggest tumble from last year in the Future Power Rankings. See the rankings (Insider)
A good number of teams will probably call Anthony Bennett's agent once he is waived and one of them might be the Phoenix Suns.
Forward Mirza Teletovic signed with the Phoenix Suns back in July and the one-year contract will pay him $5.5 million for the 2015-16 season. Teletovic is looking forward to playing in a new system after leaving the Brooklyn Nets.
In a quest for the Holy Grail of preventing injuries, the NBA is looking toward technological breakthroughs to guide the way.
Markieff Morris needs his twin
The Morris brothers were separated this summer, and Markieff wants out of Phoenix. The best place for him? Tom Haberstroh writes it's next to his twin: "Markieff shot a scorching 58.4 percent from the floor off of Marcus' passes compared to just 46 percent from all other teammates." And without Marcus? (Insider)
The Phoenix Suns open training camp on Sept. 28 and the first item on the agenda is to deal with Markieff Morris and his desire to be traded. The Suns signed 14-year NBA center Tyson Chandler in July in the hope he can bring leadership to the squad and he plans to speak with Morris about the rift between himself and the team.
With Marcus Morris shipped to Detroit, the numbers strongly suggest there's some question whether Markieff can thrive without his twin brother by his side.
The Phoenix Suns have signed center Henry Sims, forwards Cory Jefferson and Kyle Casey and guards Deonte Burton and Terrico White.
With Tyson Chandler joining informal workouts this week, every player on the Phoenix Suns roster, except for Markieff Morris, is in town with two weeks to go until training camp opens.
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