Monty Williams is committed to winning, but in order to achieve that objective, he is going to experiment with this Phoenix Suns team at Disney. The one thing we know for sure about the Disney bubble is that there will be no tanking.
Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images General Manager James Jones said that some Suns players will join the team later in July. The Phoenix Suns are scheduled to leave today for Orlando, to begin the Grand NBA Bubble Experience of 2020.
It looks like Kelly Oubre Jr. is joining his Phoenix Suns teammates for their trip to the bubble in Orlando. Oubre on Tuesday tweeted that “Orlando is going to be so (nostalgic)” and that he was “wheels up.” It was rounded off with a plane emoji.
The Phoenix Suns’ young star, Deandre Ayton, has said he wants to shoot 3s before, but he really might be ready to do it this time. Stop me if you’ve heard this before, but Deandre Ayton wants to start shooting 3s.
The NBA released the scrimmage schedule for the NBA bubble and the Phoenix Suns will have a good challenge against three strong teams. The NBA is coming back in just a few short weeks, and that is beyond exciting.
The Phoenix Suns will be able to get their feet wet against NBA opponents before the season resumes. They will play three scrimmage games against other teams in the Orlando bubble, The Athletic’s Shams Charania tweeted.
The Phoenix Suns waived Tyler Johnson after the trade deadline, and now he is with the Brooklyn Nets for Disney. Expect him to shine. Part of this notion is unadulterated pessimism; a sort of, “Figures!” mentality that has taken root in all too many Phoenix Suns fans in recent years.
Since being drafted at the bottom of the 2015 lottery with the No. 14 pick out of Murray State by the Thunder, Payne has logged time, primarily as a backup, with Oklahoma City, the Bulls and the Cavaliers.