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There's a wave of young players looking to earn their first All-Star nods. Let us know which of these rising stars will join the NBA's elite in Los Angeles this year.
Real plus-minus expects Phoenix to win nearly five more games this season than last, but the playoffs still appear to be a long way off.
Here are our top three storylines for the 2017-18 Phoenix Suns, along with an invitation for you to weigh in on how each will play out.
Improvement is expected from the Suns, with Devin Booker likely to play a key part as he begins his age-21 season.
The Suns have signed 6-foot-10 Frenchman Tidjan Keita, who was not selected this year after declaring for the draft.
This should happen, even if Bledsoe is young enough at 27 to still be good when the Phoenix kiddos are ready to win. Who might be interested?
The 2017-18 rookie class is filled with dynamic players with unique skill sets. Which of them are you most intrigued to watch this season? And who will win Rookie of the Year?
Suns waive Bennett
Phoenix announced on Wednesday that it has released forward Anthony Bennett, as well as guard Peter Jok. Bennett was the No. 1 overall selection by the Cavaliers in the 2013 draft and has had difficulty finding an NBA home ever since. He appeared in 23 games for the Nets last season before signing a deal to play in Turkey.
Phoenix is a few years away from being a few years away. By the time these Suns are set, the Warriors will be out of the way.
Betting against Dirk Nowitzki and the only warlock NBA coach makes you queasy, but it's hard to see how Dallas cracks .500. The other three teams in this group are no stranger to the lottery.
Connie Hawkins, a Hall of Famer, four-time NBA All-Star and 1968 ABA MVP, has died at the age of 75.