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Yes the offseason here in AZ is boring, the heat is miserable and the Suns news isn't exactly plentiful.
So here goes another one of those, "let's post a little something to keep us from nodding off at work" posts.
If Steve Nash isn't the best Sun of all time, who is?
Consider what Barkley did for the franchise: their latest and second finals appearance occurred after his acqusition. STAT was a good player who made great plays and had some huge playoff games, spending all of his career here until a couple months ago. KJ was nearly a career Sun, led them to many many playoff appearances, he was the heart and soul for years.
Here's a little something to help you out, if you need some help with numbers.
Food for thought:
Who else can you think of and let us know what your criteria is for your selection.
For those worried about the Suns being complete also-rans this season, and ignored by national TV, don't worry. There promises to be plenty of 8:30 tip-offs in the upcoming season.
Today the NBA announced big-night matchups (opening week, Christmas, MLK Day) as a prelude to the full schedule, which comes out next week.
Suns play at the Jazz on Oct 28 and then host the Lakers the next night (yes, another back end of a B-2-B against the Lake Show!). These games follow opening night on the road against Portland.
That's a tough opening week. They don't give this schedule to cellar-dwellers.