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Channing Frye chose an excellent night to get hot. Frye led 5 Suns in double figures with 26 points, 8 rebounds, 4 blocked shots, while dropping 5 of 10 3 pointers. The Suns once again rallied from a a double digit deficit, this time, it was the Jazz who led the Suns by 13 points.

The Suns are now tied for 10th in the West as of the moment.

The rest of the good numbers:

Jared Dudley: 1 DUNK, 21 points, 4-6 from 3.

Marcin Gortat: 25 points 5 rebounds

Grant Hill: 12 points, 7 rebounds 3 assists, 2 steals

Steve Nash: 12 points 16 assists

Sebastian Telfair: 8 points, 2 steals, 2 assists

"The biggest thing we're trying to do is rely on our defense...For us it's about attacking the basket, getting to the rim early in the game and getting to the bonus..."

-Channing Frye

Check BSOTS out tomorrow AM for complete recap and fun video highlights....HELLO #10! Great win, boys and gals.


give it up for Bassy for his performance vs. MN Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE
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In this edition we chat about the Suns playoff chances, the loss to the Timberwolves and the NBA Trade Deadline. This was recorded Tuesday night but due to some technical difficulties, is just getting posted now. Sorry about that.

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I'd use a different photo of Babby if there were any in our Getty or U.S. Presswire feed. In other words, Babby needs to get himself in front of the camera more!

Lon Babby was on the Doug and Wolf Show Wednesday afternoon and of course, the primary topic of discussion was the NBA Trade Deadline. In case you've been living under a rock, the deadline is Thursday, March 15 at 3pm ET.

Nothing has changed on the Steve Nash trade front and it seems like the rest of the league has got that message. As for other deals, here's what Babby said:

"We're working the phones constantly just to make sure that we've left no stone un-turned. But if you asked me for a prediction, I'd say there's nothing even remotely close to doing right now so it would have to be something that kind of fell out of the sky in the final 12 or 24 hours."

And in summation he surmised, "I would anticipate that we would not do anything."

But then hedged his bets (just in case), "But I suppose it's possible something could come together quickly."

So in conclusion, Babby said a) the Suns are working the phones, but b) nothing is close to happening so c) don't anticipate a deal but then again d) you never know what might happen.

Seems fair to me.

Babby also talked about Robin Lopez and his improved play of late and offered this:

"It's up to us to maximize that asset so if he's on our team going forward, then we've got to develop that and turn those flashes of excellence into consistent excellence. That's on him, but it's also on us."

And finally, Babby added that he was proud of the Suns' stance on Nash and is proud of how Nash has handled the situation. Overall, he's happy with the way it's played out and thrilled the Suns don't have a circus going on like in some other places.

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