2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
51-21, 1st in Pacific
Payne doing everything he can to be CP3's protige while he's out (0:43)
24m
Monty Williams draws up the perfect play (0:17)
30m
Suns take down Clippers in Game 2 thriller (4:41)
25m
Ayton had no clue his game-winning dunk counted (1:35)
47m
Ayton stuns Clippers with game-winning alley-oop in final second (1:48)
1h
Zubac's block sets up PG's fast-break bucket (0:41)
1h
Booker gives Suns the lead with jumper (0:41)
1h
Booker, Beverley clash heads, both leave the game (1:13)
2h
Booker lobs to Ayton for gigantic slam (0:23)
2h
Cam Payne finesses in sweet finger roll (0:45)
2h
AP Photo/David Zalubowski
2hDave McMenamin and Adrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Suns hopeful CP3 returns for Game 3

Although Phoenix Suns star Chris Paul has yet to be cleared, there is optimism within the team that he could return for Game 3 against the LA Clippers, sources told ESPN.

Payne fired up after big 3 (0:21)
3h
Ayton's two-handed dunk ignites Suns' crowd (0:42)
3h
Michael Gonzales/NBAE via Getty Images
9h

Sources: CP3, Lowry decline invites for Olympics

With virtually no break between a potential Suns appearance in the NBA Finals and Team USA's opening Olympic game, Chris Paul has declined an invitation to play in the Summer Olympics. Raptors guard Kyle Lowry also won't take part in the Games.

Stephen A. calls Devin Booker the next Kobe Bryant (0:47)
2d
Mark J. Rebilas/USA TODAY Sports
2dRoyce Young

CP3 not far from mind as Suns win behind Booker

Without the steady hand of Chris Paul, the Suns looked to Devin Booker, who finished with 40 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists on Sunday for his first career triple-double as Phoenix opened the Western Conference finals with a win.

Booker laser focused after huge triple-double in Game 1 win vs. Clippers (1:53)
2d
Booker's lob to Bridges ignites the crowd, notches triple-double (0:42)
2d

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.37th
Rebounds Per Game42.923rd
Assists Per Game26.93rd
Points Allowed107.43rd

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2019-203439.466
2018-191963.232
2017-182161.256
2016-172458.293