You have to make the match to acquire a ring. Along with the Phoenix Suns know better how hard that can be.
Forty-eight wins did not get the work done last year, however, the Suns, undaunted, will provide the punishing Western Conference another crack in 2014-15. This time around, they will have Isaiah Thomas rounding a mortal three-guard spinning that–hopefully–may also incorporate the newly paid Eric Bledsoe to get a full season.
Goran Dragic was an elite actor last year, and he will look to duplicate the very impressive individual offensive season we’ve seen in the post-Steve Nash Suns era.
Channing Frye’s death to the Orlando Magic will hamper Phoenix’s spacing on crime, but the group which led the NBA at fast-break points per year ago can play enough speed to compensate for this loss.
The bad news is that the Suns may have yet another excellent season and fall short of the playoffs. The good news is they have sufficient limit flexibility to re-sign Dragic next summer and also pursue a significant free agent who may place them over the top.
This year will be too much pleasure to term a throwaway, but the truth is the Suns are a year away from actually raising their profile.

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