Tag Archives: NBA Summer League

Suns sign F/C Alan Williams to multi-year deal

BY: ED COLE SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – The Phoenix Suns believe in forward/center Alan Williams so much that 10 days after signing him, they’re giving him a multi-year deal. Williams – a native of Phoenix – went undrafted in 2015, and played earlier this season with Qingdao DoubleStar of the Chinese Basketball Association, where he led the league in rebounds (15.4 ... Read More »

Suns sign G Jordan McRae to second 10-day contract

BY: ED COLE GLENDALE, Ariz. — Jordan McRae did enough in his five games with the Suns to earn a second 10-day contract from the team. McRae originally signed on with the team on Jan. 29, and in the five games since, McRae averaged 5.8 points and 1.4 assists in 13.0 minutes. McRae made his NBA debut in New York ... Read More »

T.J. Warren gaining more experience at NBA Summer League

BY: ED COLE LAS VEGAS — Suns’ forward T.J. Warren is at NBA Summer League because he wants to “refresh” his game. He says he wants to work more on his defense and his scoring – two things he’s already pretty good at. For the most part, mission accomplished for Warren on both. In Phoenix’s first two games in Las ... Read More »

Suns sign G Devin Booker to two-year deal

BY: ED COLE LAS VEGAS – The Phoenix Suns didn’t want Devin Booker to leave Las Vegas without a contract, so they took care of that on Monday – their only day off from Summer League action – signing him to a deal. According to spotrac.com, Booker’s deal with the Suns is for two-years at $4,351,440 – all of it ... Read More »

Suns ride their defense to 86-77 win over Wizards at NBA Summer League

BY: ED COLE LAS VEGAS — Throughout the Suns’ pre-Summer League practices this week, head coach Nate Bjorkgren stressed to his players the importance of playing solid defense, and how crucial that would be to their success at NBA Summer League. Evidently, the team took Bjorkgren’s words to heart, because they suffocated the Washington Wizards on Saturday, holding them to ... Read More »