Gerald Green loves the Timberwolves.

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Phantasy Phix

This weekend your Suns get Minnesota, who they have beaten twice but play closer than they should. On Saturday it's Chicago who Phoenix knocked off 99-93 on January 30th.

Who loves the Timberwolves?

Gerald Green. Two of Green's top nine scoring nights of the season have come against Minnesota. On January 7th he hit 8 of 16 shots for 21 points, and on January 16th he connect on 8 of 14 for 19. His .533 shooting percentage is his highest against any Western Conference opponent the Suns have played more than once this season.

Who hates the Timberwolves?

Eric Bledsoe. Bled doesn't shoot particularly well against Minnesota. Two of his bottom ten games shooting have come versus the T-Wolves. In the first matchup he hit 7 of 17, in the second just 4 of 12.

Who loves the Bulls?

Alex Len. Len had one of his most efficient games of the season against Chicago. 7 points on 3 of 4 shooting to go with 8 rebounds in 20 minutes of play.

Who hates the Bulls?

Marcus Morris. You could say Markieff Morris as he hit just 5 of 16 shots in the first game, but he did rip down 14 boards. Marcus shot 4 of 11 with 5 rebounds in 23 minutes.

Who loves the Suns?

Andrew Wiggins. Minnesota keeps things close against Phoenix with Wiggins on the court. On January 7th Wiggins shot 10 of 16 for 25 points, on January 16th he hit 8 of 15 for 17 points.

Aaron Brooks. Brooks had arguably his best game of the season against the Suns. In 32 minutes he hit 8 of 13 shots in including 3 of 5 three pointers for 21 points.

Who hates the Suns?

Thaddeus Young. Two of Young's six worst games when attempting more than 10 shots have come against Phoenix. Collectively Young has hit 12 of 35 shots against the Suns this season.

Derrick Rose. Rose struggled in the first game against Phoenix, shooting 8 of 23 and missing all 6 of his attempts from behind the arc.

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He was under consideration for an All-Star berth this year. I know, it was in the East, but still...

Knight just turned 23 and over the past two years he has averaged about 18 points and 5 assists. With him as the starting point guard, the surprising Milwaukee Bucks are 30-23 and they are even younger than the Suns rotation. So this kid know how to help a team win, or at least exist and excel in a winning environment.

Milwaukee only traded him because he wanted more than $9 million per season last year, when they offered him a pre-4th-year extension. Sounds a bit like Bledsoe, actually.

He can shoot it very well, and can defend well. And he's not too short to play shooting guard on a regular basis with the point guard-ish plays. Yeah, he's not a real point guard but have we even seen one of those recently?

Watch him a little bit before deciding on him one way or the other. Here's some highlights of him in the last 2 months.


The Suns completed the most active trade day in franchise history, creating an Eric Bledsoe-Brandon Knight backcourt.


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