In a shocking unexpected totally predictable personnel move Monday, the Phoenix Suns waived little-used reserve forward Taylor Griffin. In what may have been among the shortest press releases in team...

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The Suns waived Taylor Griffin, last year's second-round pick who made eight appearances last season...and a look at why the Suns signed him in the first place and what his options are now.

Valley of the Suns: Great Interview with Economist Dave Berri on the Phoenix Suns' success

Check this out. Really a great interview on how succesful the Suns have been for the past 6 years.

And guess who the Suns 5 most valuable players were in 2009-2010?

With yesterday's poll yielding good results, let's try a new one. I think everyone agrees that the Suns is as fitting a title for any team in Arizona. I mean, when you think of Arizona, what else do you think of? Grand Canyon? Cactus? Douche-y Scottsdale bar frequenters? I could be wrong, but I don't think any of those names would fit for a professional sports franchise. But hey, I've never named a sports team before that wasn't in a fantasy league.

Let's hear what you've got, Bright Siders. I want you to bust out the big guns. I don't want to hear any cop outs like "Arizona Cowboys" or something. Get that weak stuff outta here. Come up with something that could legitimately become the team name, if the team decides to change the name, and then tell us why. Come up with something entirely ridiculous. Come up with something that would make most WNBA team names look like they were well thought out/not terribly lame. (Disclaimer: I have mega respect for the WNBA. I just think some of the team names are...well, lame.) Whatever you do, make it original. Make it hilarious. I don't care. I just want something creative. could vote for one of these guys. I threw out the first five team names that came to my mind. Don't judge me.

If you could, what would you rename the Phoenix Suns?

  217 votes | Results

In Part 1 of a two-part interview with Stumbling on Wins author David Berri, the Southern Utah econ professor who uses economics to discover inefficiencies in sports, Berri discusses where the NBA...

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