Eric Bledsoe tweets ‘Yo Mama’ to fan after worst player tweet

Sadly for the Phoenix Suns last night, they were eliminated for the Western Conference playoffs with a loss to the Memphis Grizzlies. After the game came to a conclusion, one angry Twitter user by the name of MEdwardsILP decided to send some Twitter hate in the direction of Bledsoe by calling him the worst player in the league in “all caps”. Bledsoe has the perfect response to...
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Suns’ Eric Bledsoe Tweets “Yo Mama” To Troll

The Phoenix Suns exceeded everyone’s expectations this season. Many national pundits predicted this team to win no more than 25 games. Well, Phoenix has won 47 games with one more to go. On the flip side however, they were eliminated from playoff contention after a heartbreaking 97-91 loss to Memphis last night. Eric Bledsoe didn’t have one of his better games. He only scored...
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Phoenix Suns: Despite Missing Playoffs, Team’s Future is Bright

The Phoenix Suns needed to beat the Memphis Grizzlies last night keep their playoff hopes alive. Unfortunately for Phoenix, the Grizzlies jumped out to a 10-point first quarter lead and never let up, eventually winning 97-91. With the win, Memphis clinched the final playoff spot in the Western Conference. For Phoenix, it’s the fourth straight season without a playoff appearance...
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Eric Bledsoe Shuts Down Twitter Troll With Yo Mama Joke

  Yo mama RT @MEdwardsILP: @EBled2 YOU’RE THE WORST PLAYER IN THE NBA — Eric Bledsoe (@EBled2) April 15, 2014   Eric Bledsoe: 1, fan: 0. After the Phoenix Suns were officially eliminated from the playoffs, one disgruntled fan took to Twitter to air their frustration with the rising star. Bledsoe could have taken the high road, but instead he decided to respond to criticism...
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Gerald Green compares losing finger to Terminator 2 scene

One of the feel good stories of the 2013-14 NBA season is the resurgence of Phoenix Suns forward Gerald Green. Green who bounced around the league for the last four seasons seems to have found a home in the Valley of the Sun and considering he only has nine fingers, it’s impressive to say the least. Recently, Green sat down Paul Coro of Arizona Central to talk about his season...
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Top five players the Suns should target

The Phoenix Suns have done it. They’ve surpassed all expectations, and are currently clawing their way into what could be an early first-round exit from the 2014 NBA Playoffs. Suns’ fans will probably tell me that I’m crazy, or that I’m being pessimistic, but the likelihood of them knocking off the Spurs in the first round is slim-to-none. As I write this, the Suns sit in...
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Confidence is key for Gerald Green against tough obstacles

AP Image Phoenix Suns guard Gerald Green has had a tough rise to stardom with the Phoenix Suns.  Originally drafted with the 18th overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft by the Boston Celtics, Green has spent the last nine years being shuffled around nine other teams across three continents. The 28-year old was even released by a team in China after only four games.  With so many knocks...
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TPBT Awards: Sixth Man Of The Year

Markieff Morris – Jacob NobleThe conventional pick for this award is Taj Gibson, who will probably win.  I have to lean towards the 6th man on a team who may make the playoffs in the Western Conference, who are currently a half game out.  The Suns are having career years out of tons of guys and have been the leagues biggest surprise.  The Bulls on the other hand loss their best...
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Playoff hopes fading after Suns' loss to Mavs

The Suns had reasonable control over their volatile playoff-related destiny when they began Saturday's work shift in Dallas. By punch-out time, they would need assistance from unexpected and unreliable peers to keep this season's postseason dream alive. In the finale of what became a Texas two-step off a cliff on back-to-back nights, the Suns were beaten 101-98 by the Mavericks...
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Markieff Morris says he ‘deserves’ Sixth Man of the Year award due to Suns unexpected success

We broke down the race for the Sixth Man of the Year award a couple of weeks back, and Markieff Morris of the Phoenix Suns definitely received consideration. It’s just that given the cases you can make for guys like Jamal Crawford and Manu Ginobili, each of whom has been extremely valuable to their respective teams’ success (which has exceeded that of the Suns’), Morris seems...
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Gerald Green Re-Adjusts Midair For the Two-Handed Dunk (Video)

The Phoenix Suns’ Gerald Green flew in for the dunk, only to be met by Boris Diaw, who attempted to take the charge. It’s no sweat for Green, as he simply re-adjusts his body in midair to slam home the two-hander. The post Gerald Green Re-Adjusts Midair For the Two-Handed Dunk (Video) appeared first on Basketball Bicker.
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Suns fall by failing on 'D'

After threatening to gun their way to within reasonable range of the Western Conference's sixth seed, the Suns finished Friday night in ninth place. At this point in the season, every misstep is treacherous In this circumstance, a lack of defensive focus -- both in tactics and execution -- conspired to deliver a 112-104 loss to the Spurs in San Antonio. Despite the absence of...
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Gerald Green slams twisting double-pump dunk against Spurs

We here at That NBA Lottery Pick love the aerial exploits of Phoenix Suns forward Gerald Green and during tonight’s Spurs-Suns game, he had an incredible one. Check out Gerald throwing down the monster slam dunk in the second quarter of play as he slices past the Spurs defense for the stuff: That’s just impressive, Gerald Green…. *** Green image courtesy of Getty Images
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Suns' Goran Dragic questionable tonight against Spurs

Phoenix Suns guard Goran Dragic will be questionable tonight in their matchup against the San Antonio Spurs with a sprained left ankle, according to the Arizona Republic.Dragic has not missed any games with the injury, but he has improved since their last game against Pelicans on Wednesday night. In a 94-88 victory, Dragic scored 20 points and dished out nine assists in 39 minutes...
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Hornacek's steady hand raises Suns' confidence, level of play

PHOENIX -- During the preamble to this NBA season, the number aggressively pasted on the Suns in several national forecasts was 29. Twenty-nine didn't represent the number of victories they were expected to generate while igniting their future with what most considered little more than a couple of dry sticks. The notion of 29 victories seemed slightly optimistic. Seriously, after...
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