PHOENIX -- After splitting point-guard minutes in the Suns' first two preseason games against NBA competition, Goran Dragic and Eric Bledsoe played together for large chunks of Tuesday's loss to the Los Angeles Clippers.
And that's probably what we'll see during the regular season.
Suns coach Jeff Hornacek explained that keeping Dragic and Bledsoe apart the previous two games was a function of finding out how they work alongside different shooting guards.
"There's going to be times when one of them has to come out," Hornacek said. "They both can't play 48 minutes every game."
It would be nice
Anyway, Hornacek -- when asked about the complexities of playing two card-carrying ballhandlers at the same time -- performed a Suns history rewind to the days of Coach Cotton Fitzsimmons and point guard Kevin Johnson.
"I look at it, again, like the Cotton days from when Kevin and I were playing," Hornacek said. "Goran is about the same size I was. He's faster than I was. Eric and Kevin...