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Phoenix Suns: Season Grade and Review
By Josh Morgan: VP and Director of Content…
Record: 48-34 9th in the West
Analysis: No one told the Suns they were supposed to tank this season in order to get one of the prized rookies next season. They started off very well and appeared to be on their way to the playoffs but were derailed thanks to an injury to new star and franchise cornerstone Eric Bledsoe that saw him miss 39 games. Though Goran Dragic played great during this stretch they were not able to keep stride with the rest of the West and lost an essential play in game against the Grizzlies late in the season to seal their fate. There is a great foundation in Phoenix going forward and if they can parlay some of their great assets into a productive piece or two the playoffs will be back for the Suns.
Positives: Eric Bledsoe was a late first round pick for the Clippers and was valued fairly highly by teams around the league but if anyone saw his play this season coming then they are ...
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