PHOENIX – It’s been 11 days. And with each passing day, Phoenix Suns forward Marquese Chriss grows more and more frustrated. Actually, Chriss is more than frustrated. “I’m pissed off. It sucks,” he said Thursday. “That’s something that I don’t want to have to do. But, it’s happening for a reason, I think. I’m just trying to get myself better and just try to get healthy.”Chriss has not played since Jan. 7 against Oklahoma City. Three minutes into the second quarter, he hurt his right hip.
PHOENIX – What has happened to the Phoenix Suns? It’s a fair question to ask, even given the lowered expectations this season. Since beating Oklahoma City, arguably their best win of the season, the Suns have lost back-to-back games by a combined 40 points. And in those defeats — to Houston (minus James Harden) and Indiana — the Suns have trailed by as many as 27 and 33 points, respectively. In other words, defensively, the Suns have slipped.
PHOENIX — One step forward, two steps back. Such is life right now for the Phoenix Suns. While Phoenix’s Josh Jackson and Isaiah Canaan returned from injury, starting forward T.J. Warren joined Marquese Chriss in street clothes on Sunday. Their absences were definitely felt. The Suns dropped their second straight and fourth in five games overall, losing to the Indiana Pacers, 120-97, in front of an announced crowd of 17,091 at Talking Stick Resort Arena.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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