General Manager Ryan McDonough admits: This season was a roller coaster. The Suns got off to a slow start, and it didn’t improve much from there, leading to the shutdown of key players after the All-Star break and a seventh season without a postseason appearance.
“We’ll have a high pick in the lottery,” McDonough said. “We’ll have two second-round draft picks as well. We have plenty of cap space, so we’ll have some options for this summer. We have a plan in our head right now in terms of continuing to add through the draft and build with youth, but we’ll also look at potential free-agent options. And then, the least predictable part of this, obviously, is the trades and what may swing our way.”
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