Jonah Bolden

Phoenix Suns #43 - Forward

  • Born: 01/02/96
  • Age: 25
  • Height: 6'8"
  • Weight: 220
  • Seasons: 2018

2021 High School Class Final Roundup

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The month of May was the last one packed with action and commitments from the 2021 crop of basketball prospects coming out of high school this summer. All of the top-100 players in the class are...

Wrapping Up The Final Commitments From The 2021 HS Class

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The 2021 NCAA season finished a few weeks ago, and with it the recruiting circuit got to virtual end with everybody starting to focus on the 2022 class of HS ballers and moving on from last year’s...

Assessing The Top High Schoolers’ November/December Decisions

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The 2020/21 NCAA season is here, as impossible as that seemed just a few months ago. The HS class of 2021, although still one year removed from getting to the collegiate ranks, is gearing up with...

Taking a look at 2019-20 Suns who moved on

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How are they doing? What are they up to?

Assessing The Top High Schoolers’ October Decisions

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The 2020/21 NCAA season is inching closer with less than a month for the ball to tip-off. The HS class of 2021, although still one year removed from getting to the collegiate ranks, is gearing up...

Assessing The Top High Schoolers’ September Decisions

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We’re just two months from the start of the 2020 NCAA season, and the HS class of 2021, although still one year removed from getting to the collegiate ranks, is gearing up lately with decisions...

Assessing The Top High Schoolers’ August Decisions

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We’re entering the last trimester of 2020 with big question marks hanging over the next NCAA season, but that hasn’t put any brakes to HS hoopers in deciding where they want to play at the...

Assessing The Top High Schoolers’ July Decisions

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We’re past the halfway mark of the year 2020 so it makes sense to start getting familiar with the hoopers that will jump either to the NCAA or pro-leagues around the globe in less than twelve...

Assessing The Top High Schoolers’ June Decisions

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It’s time to move our focus entirely to the 2021 HS class of hoopers. We’re past the halfway mark of the year 2020 so it makes all of the sense. With sports coming back slowly, here is the monthly...

Center of the Sun: Suns finish homestand strong despite mounting injuries

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The Suns haven’t thrown in the towel on this season yet.

The Spurs’ lack of center depth has come back to bite them

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The Spurs decided to carry just two reliable centers this season but injuries have left them with none. Should they add one using their open roster spot? The PtR staff discusses.

Center of the Sun: Suns start the week strong in Utah, then crash at home

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Was the loss of Kelly Oubre Jr. the catalyst for their collapse?