10 NBA articles you may have missed.

This should be fun. The Phoenix Suns reportedly have no plans to move forward Markieff Morris who has publicly stated that he has no plans to remain in Phoenix. Your move Keef.

As far as players who do want to remain in Phoenix however, 10 Suns under contract began voluntary workouts at the US Airways Center practice court last week.

Want to be a part of the action next season? The Suns are holding national anthem auditions on September 14th at Talking Stick Resort Arena between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

Here's a dumb conversation it's never occurred to me to have. Dwight Howard calls James Harden the greatest left-handed player to play the game.

More new arena chatter! Are the Suns getting closer to joining the Phoenix Coyotes in a new facility in downtown Phoenix?

The Suns need leadership, there's no arguing that. Can Tyson Chandler fill that void in Phoenix?

Here's a good read about how Hurricane Katrina changed the landscape of the NBA.

Add this fun app for your iPhone or Android device because clearly you need more resources to keep up on all things Phoenix Suns.

Circle October 6th on your calendar! That's the day the Suns kick off a six game preseason slate with the Sacramento Kings in Phoenix.

If things start poorly for the Suns in 2015, could head coach Jeff Hornacek find himself on the NBA coaching hot seat?

In an offseason that saw the Phoenix Suns draft Devin Booker, sign Tyson Chandler, miss out on LaMarcus Aldridge and re-sign Brandon Knight, Markieff Morris has somehow become the biggest story of...

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In the offseason, we've been reviewing all the NBA transactions. This week, Utah signed Jeff Withey, because they need another big. The Hawks signed a bunch of personnel, and I butcher all of their names. What an action packed week!

Steve Ballmer and Digital Streaming

The Clippers turned down a $60 million dollar deal, and Steve Ballmer is hinting he'll create his own streaming service for showing games.

On the one hand, this is good. NBA Digital rights and services have been behind the times for a while. However, Steve Ballmer is the person trying to do this. I'm not optimistic.


A new biopic on Bennet Omalu is coming out starring Will Smith. Naturally, this adds even more to the NFL concussion controversy. We have a lot to say on this.

One reality is that it's really hard to get "pure" science on this subject. Even the experts make a lot of money consulting for the organizations that don't want to change things.

A lot of what Brian and I say is from "League of Denial", the excellent Frontline documentary that was dropped by ESPN.

We compare this to smoking. It's worth noting that a lot of the smoking controversy came about in the 50s. There were still ads marketed at children into the 80s. And even after that, the big tobacco companies just moved on to other addictive substances. The notion that the NFL is going anywhere soon doesn't seem likely.

In the show, I use approval of gay marriage as "an optimistic" point. However, "the data still indicated decades of time, so I still think we're in for a long ride.

I mention Dan Ariely and the point that the "evil" of the NFL is not a single super genius, but a bunch of people acting slightly immoral. Many in the United States are invested in football.

We briefly talk about the casting of Will Smith. It was an odd choice to be sure. Of course, stars that decide they want to act in a movie can result in unusual casting decisions.

Shout Outs

Brian shouts out Tony Wroten for having a better shooting percentage from half court than from his three-point shots. (h/t/ Reddit)

I shout out Justin Wolfers (@JustinWolfers), Dan Gilbert (@DanTGilbert), and Robert Frank(@econnaturalist) for this fantastic video on the "Economics of Happiness." This was brought on by this article on Minecraft's former CEO tweeting out about feeling sad and lonely. While I don't doubt he feels bad right now, the data does not support the idea that money does not buy happiness, a point even conceded by the currently sad CEO.

Despite playing the same position at the same college, Archie Goodwin and Devin Booker aren’t that similar as players. Goodwin came out of college as a raw slasher, whose size and athleticism were...

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For most Phoenix Suns fans, this might be something of a Captain Obvious alert. But with Suns Twitter bordering on hysteria that general manager Ryan McDonough trade Markieff Morris as soon as...

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