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Analyst Reveals Why Suns Have Interest In Bronny James

Analyst Reveals Why Suns Have Interest In Bronny James


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The Phoenix Suns’ super star experiment didn’t work out in the 2023-24 NBA season as they were purged of the playoffs by the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Despite a trio of Kevin Durant, Devin Booker, and Bradley Beal, the Suns barely appeared like a title competitor and now head into the offseason with various concerns about it’s lineup.

Governor Mat Ishbia has actually been determined about bringing a title to Phoenix though his aggressive nature looks short-sighted as the group is without any cap area or properties to make an impactful relocation this summer season.

The group will require to get innovative with including support, with one opportunity being the 2024 NBA Draft as they own the No. 22 choice.

This year’s draft isn’t strong, though names like Bronny James continue to acquire steam since he might be the lotto ticket to enticing LeBron James far from the Los Angeles Lakers.

With that in mind, Phoenix appears to be pondering taking Bronny to form an even larger superteam with LeBron through Evan Sidery of Forbes.

“The Suns are hoping to pursue LeBron James this offseason, which is why Bronny James is a very serious draft option at No. 22 overall to potentially lure him in. Phoenix appears to believe they can convince LeBron to join forces with Kevin Durant, Devin Booker and Bradley Beal to create a historic superteam,” Sidery reported.

It’s difficult to envision that LeBron would compromise significant cash to have fun with his boy in Phoenix, though anything can take place.

For now, it’s safe to presume LeBron re-ups with the Lakers on a brand-new offer in spite of the possibility of having fun with Bronny in other places.

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