• The Phoenix Suns’ concluded stories of 2012

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Jan 1, 2013
    Today, we give you five stories that have concluded. Yesterday, we took a peek at five stories about the Phoenix Suns from 2012 that had conclusions. It wasn’t that Phoenix played poorly so much as the Thunder picked one spot to finally get a firm grasp on the game and another to put the Suns away. Today, we discuss what happened in 2012 that will be telling of the Suns’ fortunes in 2013 and beyond. Instead, the Los Angeles Lakers became the darkhorse after Nash expressed to the Suns that he’d like to remain close to his children, and owner Robert Sarver finally agreed to send the former face of the franchise to a division rivalfor four non-lottery level draft picks. While Gortat had his most efficient scoring night of the season two days after his remarks were released, Gentry made it clear that the Polish Hammer’s outspokenness wouldn’t be rewarded with more touches.
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  • Preview: Phoenix Suns (11-20) at Oklahoma City Thunder (23-6)

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