Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Pacific Division100.9 (4th)107.5 (4th)
Western Conference12th14th


Fri Mar 25
L 116 - 94at SAC
Sat Mar 26
L 102 - 99BOS
Mon Mar 28
L 121 - 116at MIN
Wed Mar 30
L 105 - 94at MIL
Fri Apr 1
L 106 - 99WAS
Sun Apr 3
L 101 - 86UTA
Tue Apr 5
L 103 - 90at ATL
Thu Apr 7
W 124 - 115at HOU
Sat Apr 9
W 121 - 100at NO
Mon Apr 11
L 105 - 101SAC
Wed Apr 13
W 114 - 105LAC


Golden St.46-673-9
L.A. Clippers31-2153-29
L.A. Lakers8-4417-65
Suns' Tyler Ulis: Heads to Phoenix
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Ulis was selected by the Suns with the 34th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft.

A potential hip surgery still looms for Ulis, but his 5-foot-10, 149-pound build is perhaps more of a concern than anything else. Despite averaging 17.3 points, 7.6 assists and 3.3 per game for Kentucky during his sophomore season, the 20-year-old will have a hard time finding run in Phoenix with Eric Bledsoe, Brandon Knight and Devin Booker hogging all the backcourt minutes.

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Suns' Dragan Bender: Selected No. 4 overall by Suns
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Bender was selected by the Suns with the fourth overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft.

Bender was the best foreign prospect coming into Thursday's draft and will look to immediately fill a void at power forward for the Suns. Drawing many comparisons to last year's top foreign prospect, Kristaps Porzingis, Bender boasts a 7-foot-1 frame and 9-foot-3 wingspan, and possesses the ability to stretch the floor and shoot from the behind the arc. At just 18 years old, the Croatian still needs more time to develop both his game and his body, but with the rebuilding Suns currently not having much to offer in terms of frontcourt options, the team may look for Bender to play somewhat heavy minutes in his debut season.

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Suns' Eric Bledsoe: Plans to be at full strength for training camp
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Bledsoe (knee) has begun participating in basketball activities and plans to be back to 100 percent health for the start of training camp in the fall,'s Tyler Emerick reports.

Bledsoe's 2015-16 season came to an end after he suffered a torn left meniscus on Dec. 26 that required surgery, but he began rehabbing the injury a few months afterward and has continued to make incremental progress in his recovery in the months that followed. The point guard has already gone through this rigorous process before, having previously tore his right meniscus in 2011 before ultimately having it removed in 2014. The knee problems make Bledsoe more of a health risk than most other point guards, but if he endures no further setbacks throughout the summer, he should reemerge as one of the league's more athletic players at his position entering the coming season. He was on his way to career-best numbers before getting shut down, posting averages of 20.4 points, 6.1 assists and 2.0 steals in 31 games.

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2015-16 Team Leaders
PPGDevin Booker , SG13.8
RPGTyson Chandler , C8.7
APGDevin Booker , SG2.6
FG%Mirza Teletovic , PF42.7
FT%Brandon Knight , PG85.2
3P%Mirza Teletovic , PF39.3
BLOCKSAlex Len , C62
STEALSP.J. Tucker , SF106
MPGP.J. Tucker , SF31
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