The Phoenix Suns made the cut; they’re in the Orlando restart, unlike the Golden State Warriors. Which Suns should Warriors fans be watching?
The Golden State Warriors won 15 games, losing 50 and watching 17 be lost due to the season’s shortening for eight teams.
Typically, it’s Warriors’ fans patronizing the Suns for being at the bottom of the league as they finished at the bottom of their division for three straight seasons prior to this one. Given that Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry combined for just five games, the scripts were flipped.
For Phoenix, they brought in players like Kelly Oubre Jr., Aron Baynes, Ricky Rubio, and others to enhance their roster, one that already boasts superstar Devin Booker and second-year stud Deandre Ayton who was suspended for most of the season.
The Suns were the last of the West teams invited to Orlando, but they, nonetheless, will be there. With 26 wins and 39 losses, the Suns aren’t expected to get to the postseason, but they’ll still have eight games for fans to watch.
That said, let’s dive into three Suns the Warriors, a team that may trade for or sign players this offseason in order to improve enough to be in title contention, should watch.