While fans speculated and brainstormed ways to bring the NBA back to finish the 2019-20 season, very few concepts included the Phoenix Suns.
Surely, most fans of the team would be understanding if it was left out. If 16 or 20 squads were brought back, there would be no sensible argument
Welcome to part two of the Top 25 NBA Players Under 25. Click here to read the first part where the players occupying the 25-21 spots were revealed.
The biggest factor that contributed to this ranking was each player’s potential along with current play. For example, Aaron Gordon did not make
Luka Doncic took home this year's Rookie of the Year award in a landslide. And, thanks to an incredible run of basketball after the all-star break averaging 24.7 points and 9.2 assists per game, Trae Young gobbled up almost all the second-place votes. This left Deandre Ayton on the outside
If there was one word to describe the Phoenix Suns performance in the 2018-19 season, it would be circus. The team finished 19-63, missing the playoffs for the ninth straight season. The team struggled to build around star guard, Devin Booker with only rookie big man, DeAndre Ayton, providing a