With possibly the best record in the Western Conference, the Phoenix Suns have seemed to cast a miracle! Much of the success is owed to Robert Sarver, the gracious owner of the Suns and new head coach Igor Kokoskov in leading the charge of the immense rejuvenation of a once proud organization.
Call me delusional, but in all honesty, this has to be the Suns year to finally surpass the greatness that Golden State has achieved, quite frankly the Warriors are old news! Finals bound?
Phoenix screams Champions all around as the sentiment has echoed across the NBA and all the owners are frightened just to play against the vaunting Suns.
Altogether, Phoenix is yet again in the slim pickings of a lottery pick and off to its worst start in franchise history. Currently holding a 15 game losing streak, the Suns open up against the Cleveland Cavaliers to start the second half of the season.
Phoenix could possibly break that losing streak come Thursday night in a showdown with Cleveland as they too are bottom-feeding in the East.
Expect a high scoring contest between the two cellar dwellers as East meets West in a might fight to the death.
Phoenix is out to prove that they aren’t as bad as their record implies, as should Cleveland too. Overall, with nothing left to prove for the rest of the season, it’s as if pride and love should be the motto for the rest of the season as well as that high lottery slot.
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