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  • hugUhbear wrote...
    Suns FO needs to explain its twisted strategy
    This shortened season is the perfect time to be bad. IT'S SHORTENED as in less games. Why not trade Nash before he leaves for a winner over the summer, when he is a FA. Nash defeats our ability to get a lottery pick. We need to rebuild!! What better way than a lottery pick?? What better season to suck than in a shortened season?? Why are not these points being discussed. Our FO is filled with RUBES
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  • TBC1977 wrote...
    Ask the T'Wolves, Nets, and Bobcats...
    ...how "being bad" year after year after year has worked out for them. The draft is a crap shoot. As much as I'd like to see the Suns have a top three pick, the reality is that it's still a gamble. For every Kevin Durant and Derrick Rose there's an Adam Morrison, Kwame Brown, and Darko Milicic. It's just the way it is. They're definitely between a rock and a hard place, but I wouldn't be so quick to assert that "being really bad" is such an automatic guarantee to future success. Anymore than winning only 29 games one year guarantees there's no way you'll win 62 the next. :)
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  • hugUhbear wrote...
    TBC 1977 - Don't you even read the articles
    your commenting on? Green's point is well made, "The top five teams in each conference boast at least one player who was a top three selection in his respective draft class, with some of the best squads featuring multiple players of that ilk" And of course we are not the Wolves, Nets, Clippers. Those teams have sucked for ages, we on the otherhand have a different history, awinning one. To get back to that winning tradition we need to get a high draft pick for the rebuilding process and Nash is in the way of that.
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  • hugUhbear wrote...
    TBC 1977 - Don't you even read the articles
    your commenting on? Green's point is well made, "The top five teams in each conference boast at least one player who was a top three selection in his respective draft class, with some of the best squads featuring multiple players of that ilk" And of course we are not the Wolves, Nets, Clippers. Those teams have sucked for ages, we on the otherhand have a different history, awinning one. To get back to that winning tradition we need to get a high draft pick for the rebuilding process and Nash is in the way of that.
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  • azgbayfan wrote...
    1st Round pick is fantasy
    The thought that the Suns can get a high draft pick for Nash is pure fantasy. Not that he isn't worth it but no team is going to offer it. Listen to Gambo for once he is right. Nash is an unrestricted free agent after this year. A team could offer a high pick and then lose Nash after this year. Nobody is doing that. IT IS NOT HAPPENING!
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