Suns fire Jeff Hornacek as head coach.
The Suns have fired head coach Jeff Hornacek.
Coach Jeff Hornacek said he's tried to shorten the rotation.
The Suns are hesitant to fire Jeff Hornacek, sources told ESPN's Brian Windhorst.
The Suns officially promoted Nate Bjorkgren and Earl Watson on Monday.
The Suns are expected to promote Nate Bjorkgren and Earl Watson to assistant coaches, while firing current assistants Mike Longabardi and Jerry Sichting.
Due to the Suns recent 5-15 nosedive, Jeff Hornacek's job in Phoenix is reportedly "under immediate threat."
The Suns are looking to move up in the draft, presumably to target Frank Kaminsky.
Suns general manager Ryan McDonough said the Suns trading their first-round pick is something they're "more open to than in the past."
Suns' coach Jeff Hornacek is not expecting to use a three-guard lineup of Goran Dragic, Eric Bledsoe, and Isaiah Thomas very often.
Coach Jeff Hornacek said "no spots are guaranteed" on the Suns this season.
Jeff Hornacek said that he wants the Suns to score over 102.9 points per game this year.
The Suns will play the Warriors in the first-ever Las Vegas Summer League championship game on Monday.
Jeff Hornacek will coach the Suns' entrant in the Las Vegas summer league.