FIBA World Cup 2019

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  1. Mainstreet

    Mainstreet Registered User Contributor

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    Had it before. Probably most here have. He has time to recover.
     
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    At least the Suns have time to rest him although he might miss some Training Camp or preseason games.

    The Suns play the Wolves in preseason on October 8th.

    Their season opener is at home against the Kings on October 23rd.
     
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    I'm not worried about Baynes being ready for the season, he has plenty of time for that, but I was hoping Ayton would be able to work against him in training camp. I suppose there is still a good shot at that happening but I wouldn't bet on it. I think he'll play a bigger role off the court this year going against Ayton in practice than he will on the court for us, but I am more excited about what he'll bring to the court after the world cup.
     
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    Agreed. I was looking forward to Baynes working Ayton's butt off in practice.
     

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