Goran Dragic is starting to emerge as the Phoenix Suns‘ leader on and off the court. In a season full of struggles and disappointments, Dragic is putting together one really nice season so far. Averaging 14 points, 6 assists, and 3 rebounds, and is starting to come to life for a lifeless squad. Even though they just fired their coach and hired Lindsay Hunter, Dragic, I believe, could end up being the one guy to really improve. Hunter is a former guard and had a really nice career and I believe he’s going to be able to continue teaching Dragic how to play in this league.
Markieff Morris has been struggling to this point in the season, but a big game against the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday night and a highlight-reel dunk could be what he needs to get back on track.
The Phoenix Suns are legit playing without five or six important members of their rotation currently, so guys who don't normally make the highlight reels are getting an incredible amount of playing time. This is the case for Archie Goodwin, who started at point guard in Brandon Knight's absence and hit this improbable three with time running out to cement a 98-95 win. Things haven't been go swimmingly in Phoenix this season, so it was awesome to see Suns fans and players alike enjoy this hard-fought win.
Markieff Morris has not been productive for most of this season, and the Phoenix Suns would be wise to deal him before the trade deadline to remove him from their locker room.
Eric Bledsoe going down for the season doesn't just mean the end for his team; it means his coach is done too.
The Phoenix Suns were one of the most promising teams in the NBA three years ago, but now they're a complete joke.
The Phoenix Suns and forward Markieff Morris seem headed for a split, and the team should send him elsewhere in a trade as soon as plausible.
Eric Bledsoe and Brandon Knight form one of the best backcourts in the league. Here's how they can lead the Suns to the playoffs.
T.J. Warren is coming off a solid rookie campaign, and his role is sure to expand in 2015-16, leading to a breakout campaign.
Did a certain newcomer change Markieff Morris' mind? Earlier this offseason, Morris wanted out of Phoenix, but now that may have changed. See why here.
Markieff Morris is trying to force the Phoenix Suns' hand, but it may not play out the way he hopes.