The Phoenix Suns have more than a few things in their favor as the March 25 trading deadline approaches.
Most importantly, the quality and edge the team has shown over the past 46 games has.
The Sun’s 34-12 run since restarting the league last year shows that they don’t necessarily have to swing big at close of trade, but there are some steps to consider.
Seems obvious, though there is always the temptation to press the panic button and jump before you look.
The next seven days will bring a sliding range of options. Some will not be acceptable. others might find relevance.
The Suns no longer have a mid-level exception that was used in the Jae Crowder acquisition, but they do have their semi-annual exception.
The most efficient plan involves using the BAE to ensure they have the advantage of attracting a buyout candidate.
While teams without a BAE can only offer a bare minimum, the suns could throw the extra cash on one, so Phoenix, now a preferred destination for buyout Players and those who might help choose their destination, be ready to get something done quickly.
The Suns already have a comfortable, affordable, and talented end of the bench, so the urgency to gain further depth doesn’t is as high as any other competitor.
And the team is undeniably competitive, as evidenced by the unanimous respect of the NBA community.
This is the first step: wait and scan Buyout list. Don’t do anything but pull the trigger when the right fit is available.
Most industry insiders don’t expect Phoenix to make a splash, but there’s no doubt Jones will make any option the suns more impressive now power, closely monitor – without affecting the team’s promising future.
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# Deadline options
– Phoenix Suns acquires Torrey Craig wing from Bucks
– Suns& # 39; Torrey Craig: Brought to Phoenix
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