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After finishing with the worst record in the NBA Western Conference, the Phoenix Suns find themselves in need of a makeover. They have already made some changes this off-season by bringing in a new general manager, Ryan McDonough and naming former fan favorite Jeff Hornacek as their next head coach. Here is a look at the Phoenix Suns off-season team needs.
Phoenix Suns (25-57 last year)
2012-13 Season Summary:
Not since their inaugural season in the NBA back in 1968-69 when they won just 16 games have the Phoenix Suns finished with a worse record. It really shouldn’t come as much as a surprise though since Goran Dragic was their best player and their roster was made up of a bunch of role players.
The team tried to transition out of their Steve Nash era and remain competitive in the west, but the exact opposite occurred. They switched coaches midway through the season but the change yielded the same results. Phoenix lacked any real identity on the court and failed to find a true...
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I’m about to play some serious devil’s advocate here, and I know full well probably not a soul who reads his will agree with me. I don’t particularly like the Suns decision to hire Jeff Hornacek as their head coach.
PHOENIX The past was a blast for the Phoenix Suns, but one major deficiency continues to distort the historical narrative.
The Suns who check in fourth among NBA franchises for all-time winning percentage have yet to seize that slippery OBrien Trophy.
The Phoenix Suns have been a great organization forever, former Suns shooting guard Jeff Hornacek said. One thing that I always...
PHOENIX Jeff Hornacek will be officially introduced as the 16th head coach in Phoenix Suns history today at 11:30 a.m.
We are thrilled to introduce Jeff Hornacek as the new head coach of the Phoenix Suns, general manager Ryan McDonough said in a prepared statement. Jeff has all of the qualities we were looking for in a head coach he is a leader, a teacher and a student of the...
The Phoenix Suns were one of, if not the most unwatchable teams in the NBA last season.
The Phoenix Suns will officially announce the hiring of Jeff Hornacek as their new head coach on Tuesday.
Two coaching positions were filled on Memorial Day, helping clear the immediate picture of two teams that finished near the bottom of their respective conferences last season. The Suns have hired Jazz assistant Jeff Hornacek to take over for Lindsey Hunter after the team opted not to retain the interim head coach. Hornacek has spent the last few seasons on Tyrone Corbin's staff...
Earlier this month the Phoenix Suns hired Boston AGM Ryan McDonough to be their General Manager. McDonough's first major order of business was to find a new head coach, and today he chose former Suns player and Utah Jazz assistant Jeff Hornacek. From CBS Sports Ken Berger:
The Suns have announced the hiring of Jeff Hornacek as head coach.
— Ken Berger (@KBergCBS) May 28...
The Suns need to overhaul the roster now that they have a coach.