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Suns Fans Roast Team On Instagram After Blowout Loss To Jazz

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The Phoenix Suns fanbase is tired of being patient. The losing has taken it’s toll and they are frustrated as they suffer through, yet again, another lost season.

After their recent blowout loss to the Utah Jazz the Suns posted the final score on their official Instagram page and Suns’ fans responded by flooding their comments with a trash can icon.

See ya Sunday.

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It’s fair to see how the Suns may want to mimic the approach that the Philadelphia 76ers took to rebuild their team, perfectly described by the slogan “Trust the Process” but it’s hard for Suns fans to buy in.

You can’t blame Suns fans. They organization has given little reason to elicit any sort of faith from fans, Being on the wrong end of a number of questionable trades, no clear plan outlined, some bad draft picks, inner turmoil played out publicly and an unpopular owner, fans have no proven reason to believe that the Suns can build enough around Devin Booker.

Suns fans also may have realized that there is a good chance that superstar Devin Booker is going to compete for titles in a different jersey because, eventually, he’ll get sick of this too.

Maybe the Suns will listen and make some sensible moves at the trade deadline instead on expiring contracts. Maybe they’ll take a swing at another young prospect rather than waste more valuable minutes seeing Dragan Bender struggle to reach mediocrity.

But, those seem like pipedreams and the Suns will enter yet another offseason with no clear plan moving forward, relying on the luck of a bouncing bingo ball to change their fortunes because luck, sadly, dictates the Suns future more than a sound, intelligent plan.

At least Suns fans aren’t being shy about hanging another “L” on Phoenix.

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Suns’ GM Ryan McDonough Explains Decision to Trade Marquese Chriss, Brandon Knight

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Phoenix Suns general manager Ryan McDonough has an interesting situation on his hands as the Suns have no established starting point guards on their roster, and after trading away forward Marquese Chriss and Brandon Knight to the Houston Rockets a few weeks ago, McDonough is still shaping the team.

“A big part of it, not only with Marquese but with Brandon as well” McDobough said of the decision to execute the trade, during an appearance on Bickley and Marotta on 98.7 FM.

“With Igor Kokoskov and his staff coming in, they have new philosophies. They have a very high-level offensive system that I think our fans will really enjoy watching because it’s pretty impressive and has proven to be effective over time.

That being said, the pieces have to fit the system and there has to be a role in the system for certain players, and if there’s not a role, we look externally to see if there are players we can bring in to fit the system and play a role better.”

McDonough now has rookies Elie Okobo and De’Anthony Melton, along with veterans Shaquille Harris and Isaiah Canaan on the roster, but explained that the team is still exploring their options.

“We’re very high on Elie Okobo, he’s looked terrific in the pickup games we’ve had so far. [Melton] we thought was one of the better rookies in summer league, and guys like Shaquille Harrison and Isaiah Canaan played very well for us a year ago. We have depth there, I realize we don’t have a lot of experience there. We’re evaluating options. We’re trying to be deliberate and strategic, and just make sure it makes sense — if we are to do a deal — in the short- and long-term.”

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Suns’ Devin Booker Out Six Weeks Following Surgery

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Phoenix Suns superstar Devin Booker will miss approximately six weeks as he recovers from surgery to repair his broken right hand, according to an official team announcement.

Booker had fifth metacarpophalangeal joint in his right hand fixed by Dr. Steven Shin in Los Angeles, and he initially injured the hand in March, which put him on the sidelines for the final 12 games of the 2017-2018 season.

Booker’s recovery timeline will likely keep him out of the Suns’ season opener on October 17th.

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Suns’ Devin Booker to Miss at Least 4 Weeks with Hand Injury

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Phoenix Suns superstar Devin Booker, who recently inked a massive contract extension with the team, will be out for at least four weeks after he undergoes surgery in his shooting hand on Monday, according to John Gambadoro of Arizona Sports 98.7 FM.

Booker could potentially miss all of training camp and the majority of the preseason as he recovers.

It’s unclear how Booker suffered the injury, but his Instagram post from his page showed him riding his bike, so many are concluding that he injured himself while riding.

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