Chris Paul On His Second Season With Suns And The HBCU Docuseries ‘Why Not Us’ Paul Returns As Executive Producer Of Season Two Of The Docuseries

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Phoenix Suns star Chris Paul returns as executive producer of season two of the HBCU docuseries Why Not Us, which premieres Thursday with the focus on Florida A&M’s football program. And when the NBA season begins next week, Paul and the Suns will probably be saying “why not us?” after being often overlooked nationally despite advancing to the 2021 NBA Finals. “I re-signed with the Suns for…

October 14, 2021
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Giannis Pulled A ‘Thanos’ And Brought Milwaukee Its First Title In 50 Years Antetokounmpo Put The Bucks On His Shoulders, Scoring 50 In The Finals Finale

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July 21, 2021

There’s a scene at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron where mysterious big baddie Thanos, sick of depending on countless minions to acquire the infinity stones he needs to carry out his plan of human destruction, realizes that if he wants his plan to actually come to fruition, he can only count on himself. “Fine,” Thanos exclaims as he reaches for the device he needs to harness the power…

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Will Chris Paul Run It Back With Phoenix? With The Suns Losing In The Finals, The Focus Turns To The Point Guard’s Future

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July 21, 2021

MILWAUKEE – Chris Paul understandably had no interest in accepting any moral victories on Tuesday night after his Phoenix Suns fell short in the NBA Finals. Yes, there was a lot to be appreciative about during the 16-year veteran’s first trip to the Finals. But with the Milwaukee Bucks now the 2021 NBA champions, the competitive Paul was not looking for any words of wisdom, respect or hugs. “Feels like…

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Devin Booker’s Big Night Takes Hall Of Famer Isiah Thomas Down Memory Lane The Suns Star Scored 42 Points In A Losing Effort In Game 4 Of The NBA Finals

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July 15, 2021

Isiah Thomas can’t forget Game 6 of the 1988 NBA Finals. His Detroit Pistons were one win away from claiming their first championship in franchise history. Thomas gutted out an ankle sprain to earn 43 points, eight assists and six steals in what could have been the signature game of his NBA career. But after some foul-related controversy that Thomas still hasn’t forgotten, the Los Angeles Lakers kept their title…

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‘It’s Not An Accident’: Suns General Manager James Jones Has Made Most Of Opportunity The Former Player Has Helped Build Phoenix Into A Championship Contender

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July 9, 2021

PHOENIX – James Jones made a rare public appearance on the Phoenix Suns Arena floor before Game 2 of the NBA Finals to present star guard Devin Booker with the NBA Cares Community Assist Award. Immediately afterward, the Suns general manager departed to his private suite in the arena to watch the game. Jones has declined to be interviewed during the NBA playoffs because he prefers the focus be on…

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The NBA Finals Features A Strong African Coalition Seven Players Of African Origin, Including Giannis Antetokounmpo And Deandre Ayton, Are Active For The Series

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July 8, 2021

Star big men Giannis Antetokounmpo and Deandre Ayton highlight a large number of players of African origin playing in this season’s NBA Finals between the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns. The Finals, which continue Thursday with Game 2 (ABC, 9 p.m. ET), feature seven players who were either born in Africa or have at least one parent who was born on the continent. That list includes the Bucks’ Antetokounmpo (Nigeria),…

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