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This team went from bottom feeders to top of the heap in a season, basically. Its not the Nash Suns who kept coming up short against the Spurs or Barkley Suns that couldn't get passed Houston. I'd like to see them get another go at it before changing it drastically.
 

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This team went from bottom feeders to top of the heap in a season, basically. Its not the Nash Suns who kept coming up short against the Spurs or Barkley Suns that couldn't get passed Houston. I'd like to see them get another go at it before changing it drastically.

without a doubt. This is a team you ADD to, not break apart. And anyone who thinks getting rid of a 2nd Team All-NBA PG who was also 5th in MVP voting isn’t breaking the team apart is drinking drano.
 

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without a doubt. This is a team you ADD to, not break apart. And anyone who thinks getting rid of a 2nd Team All-NBA PG who was also 5th in MVP voting isn’t breaking the team apart is drinking drano.

nobody is saying get rid of Paul the argument is if he opts out and wants a giant raise then you have business decisions that need to be made for the future of the team.
 

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nobody is saying get rid of Paul the argument is if he opts out and wants a giant raise then you have business decisions that need to be made for the future of the team.

Paul will want to be paid no doubt about it but I think he is willing to spread out his salary over years. I can't envision him wanting less than around $100 million over three years.
 

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Paul will want to be paid no doubt about it but I think he is willing to spread out his salary over years. I can't envision him wanting less than around $100 million over three years.

but then it turns into Paul+ Ayton and Bridges getting paid. Don’t forget we got to start paying guys here soon
 

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but then it turns into Paul+ Ayton and Bridges getting paid. Don’t forget we got to start paying guys here soon

Believe me, I choke on the price tag as well but I think it's as good as done. Why do you think I keep going back to the 2020 draft.
 

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Believe me, I choke on the price tag as well but I think it's as good as done. Why do you think I keep going back to the 2020 draft.

well I think if anyone can develop Stix it’s this team and coaching staff. I think he’s going to be good
 

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I'm proud of this team even with the four game slide to conclude the 2020 season.
A young team like the Suns has to pay their dues. Bucks have experienced post
season heartbreak before this year. They were hungrier and knew how to deal
with a 2 game series deficit.

I'm betting this Finals loss will make the young core guys, especially Booker,
understand what it takes to win it all. Go Suns!
 

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Weren't you one of the people bashing me earlier in the season for claiming we still needed a legitimate starting power forward?
lol, no one on this board was more profoundly wrong about this team than you.
 

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