Sunscast Podcast: Summing Up The Phoenix Suns Summer (Ep. #29)

Seth Pollack joins Bryan Gibberman for the final time to talk about the offseason that the Phoenix Suns have had so far. They discuss the move that they think that the Suns still should make. They talk about how the team looks like it might be about as good as the teams of the past two years, only with youth and upside.

Seth speculates that some of the moves (Goran Dragic, Luis Scola) were not so much Lance Blanks and Lon Babby pulling the trigger, but Robert Sarver, and points out that Babby and Blanks might not be back after this next season.

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