PHOENIX -- Suns coach Alvin Gentry, still seeking tasty lineup combinations, did some experimenting Wednesday night to find out what goes best with Polish whine.
OK, so when Suns center Marcin Gortat dancing on that skinny line between recklessly candid and marginally subversive recently complained a tad about his role in the Phoenix offense, it had no influence on Gentrys decision to alter the starting lineup.
Alvin simply chose to shake it up because the Suns were 4-7 and riding a three-game losing streak into Wednesday nights 114-87 triumph over the eagerly complicit Portland Trail Blazers.
Im not going to yell from the mountaintop, Gentry said after the first look at his alterations. Its one game.
And two relatively bold moves for Suns-kind.
Coaching one of the leagues least formidable first-quarter teams inspired Gentry to move shooting guard Jared Dudley and power forward Luis Scola to the second unit. In their places were Shannon Brown (going from closer to starter) an...