Isaiah Canaan suffers gruesome ankle injury

PHOENIX — Suns guard Isaiah Canaan has broken his left ankle in a gruesome injury against the Dallas Mavericks. The backup point guard’s ankle gave way on a baseline drive to the basket in the final seconds of the first quarter Wednesday night. His foot was pointing in the

NBA star publicly denies girlfriend offer from “married’ fan

Apparently one fan of Devin Booker’s isn’t well versed in the pages of “He’s Just Not That into You.” During a rapid-fire Q&A Sunday with his Twitter followers, the Phoenix Suns guard answered a few pressing questions ranging from his favorite J. Cole song to his shoe size. After

Lonzo Ball bails on his Lakers teammates during fight

Lonzo Ball has had a rough start to his NBA career, and it probably isn’t going to get any easier after Friday night. Ball’s teammates ended up in a skirmish along the sideline near midcourt in a game against the Suns. It was the third time a minor donnybrook

Knicks express interest in Eric Bledsoe

The Knicks have interest in Suns disgruntled point guard Eric Bledsoe, but they are hardly alone. “It’s fair to say the Knicks are monitoring the situation,’’ one NBA source told The Post. Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek coached Bledsoe in Phoenix. The Post reported over the summer the Knicks had inquired about Bledsoe

Josh Jackson fashions himself as NBA’s mini-Draymond Green

Josh Jackson must like pain. The Kansas star, who some project as a top candidate for NBA Rookie of the Year next season, went to the Suns as the fourth selection in the NBA draft Thursday at Barclays Center. And during his meet-and-greet with the media, he was asked who he

Why Celtics are holding a grudge against Josh Jackson

If it was surprising to see the Celtics pass on Josh Jackson in Thursday night’s NBA Draft, well, consider this: Danny Ainge was pissed. The Celtics bypassed the talented Kansas forward for Duke’s Jayson Tatum with the No. 3 pick, and Jackson went one pick later to the Suns. After the draft, Celtics