It’s been a painful 10 years for Suns fans. This past decade has been the worst of times for the Phoenix Suns franchise. After making the playoffs in 29 of their first 42 seasons, the Suns have missed the playoffs for 10 straight years.
In the same season, Phoenix Suns star, Devin Booker, made his first All-Star team, he received a few votes for All-NBA third team. Phoenix Suns players haven’t cracked any All-NBA teams, but they have received a few votes.
Photo by Ron Turenne/NBAE via Getty Images The opportunity is always there for the Suns to add depth and also the new fan favorite. Serge Ibaka should be at the the top of the list of added depth this off-season for the Phoenix Suns.
Starting power forward, backup guard and wing are likely atop the Phoenix Suns’ to-do list this coming offseason. When that offseason officially comes remains up in the air, but somewhere in mid-November appears to be the earliest possible 2020 NBA Draft date.
Photo by Bill Baptist/NBAE via Getty Images One of Monty Williams’ right-hand guys will head to Memphis. The Suns’ training staff continues to change this offseason, as Darko Rajakovic has now been hired away to join Taylor Jenkins in Memphis.
Photo by Barry Gossage/NBAE via Getty Images Guess he’s the enemy now. That’s how this works, right? On Monday Leandra Barbosa, ‘The Brazilian Blur,’ used Instagram to announce his retirement from playing professional basketball.
The Phoenix Suns need another All-Star or another defensive stud in order to have any serious chance at making a championship run. I know, how on Earth can the window be closing on the Phoenix Suns when they just started to play great?
The Phoenix Suns had one player receive a vote for NBA All-Defense, but it wasn’t a player you might think like Mikal Bridges or Jevon Carter. Most Phoenix Suns fans will tell you Mikal Bridges is the best defensive player on the team, however, the Man of Steal received zero votes for NBA All-Defensive teams.