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If the Phoenix Suns can't land Kevin Durant, here are five potential trades they should pivot toward.

At this point in the offseason, the Phoenix Suns appear to be in a holding pattern, waiting for their chance to land Kevin Durant. Most of the notable free agents are already off the board, and roster spots have filled up quickly. Deandre Ayton finally found resolution after the Suns matched a four-year, $133 million max offer sheet from the...

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The Phoenix Suns may not get Kevin Durant, but Dejounte Murray and Malcolm Brogdon are among the other potential trade targets in 2022.

The dream isn’t technically dead, but at this point, it feels highly unlikely the stars will align for that blockbuster Kevin Durant trade to the Phoenix Suns. After weeks of reports that the Brooklyn Nets were not interested in a long-term Kyrie Irving extension, it felt certain the seven-time All-Star would entertain his options elsewhere. Instead, Monday’s news cycle presented...

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Here are some buyout candidates for the Phoenix Suns to consider after the 2022 NBA Trade Deadline.

The 2022 NBA Trade Deadline is over, and the Phoenix Suns’ roster is locked in for another hopeful Finals run. Or is it? While the Suns won on the margins by trading for Torrey Craig and Aaron Holiday in two separate deals on Thursday, the trade deadline doesn’t mean the end of players moving around the league. There’s still buyout...

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No, Eric Gordon will not be playing for the Phoenix Suns. And yes, it was still a good 2022 NBA Trade Deadline for James Jones and co. As we’d already covered here a few months back with our 10 potential Suns trades, this team was unlikely to make a splashy move at the deadline. Even for a potential target like...

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The Phoenix Suns need to make a move before the 2022 NBA Trade Deadline, so here are 10 potential options that make sense.

Despite Devin Booker, Deandre Ayton and Jae Crowder missing chunks of the season, despite the ongoing struggles of Cam Payne and Landry Shamet, despite players and coaches being in and out of the lineup due to injuries and COVID-19 alike…the Phoenix Suns currently own the NBA’s best record. And yet, whether it’s due to a fundamental lack of respect for this team or a simple acknowledgement of its potential roster flaws, it still feels like the Suns should do something at the 2022 NBA Trade Deadline — not because they have to, but because this group is only one or two savvy moves away from bolstering down the playoff rotation and cementing their status as legitimate title favorites. It’s not…

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