Eric Bledsoe sent home, unlikely to play for Suns again, per GM

Eric Bledsoe sent home, unlikely to play for Suns again, per GM

Eric Bledsoe sent home, unlikely to play for Suns again, per GM

According to multiple media reports Sunday night, the Suns fired Coach Earl Watson. Watson was entering his second full season at the Suns' helm after he replaced Jeff Hornacek, who was sacked 49 games into the 2015-16 campaign.

Bledsoe has put up stellar individual numbers for the Suns since he was traded by the Clippers back in 2013, averaging 18.8 points, 6.0 assists, 4.8 rebounds and 1.6 steals per game for his career in Phoenix. Guard#Eric Bledsoe posted a since-deleted tweet stating his displeasure in Phoenix. McDonough said Bledsoe had asked to be traded before the season. Most likely, the Suns are going to get crushed in this deal - they have no leverage, Bledsoe is a free agent in less than two years (2019), plus most teams are not looking for another point guard.

Watson took over the reigns as Head Coach on an interim basis in February of the 2015-16 season.

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O'Quinn, Lance Thomas and Courtney Lee have drawn interest from opposing teams in recent weeks, but it is unclear if any of the three players were discussed by NY and Phoenix.

The 27-year-old spent the first three years of his National Basketball Association career playing alongside Jordan for the Clippers, and fortunately for him, the team is now short a starting guard with Milos Teodosic out indefinitely with a foot injury, so he could be an option.

This trade partnership seems to make a lot of sense. The Suns would get a player two years removed from averaging 17.5 ppg, one who was also a top lottery pick just three years ago. Although few franchises need a point guard, there are "several teams" in the league with interest in making a move. Both of those teams ended up receiving a lot less than what they could have for those players. However, it certainly sounds like they are listening to offers.

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