For the first time in nearly a decade, the Suns are already looking towards next season heading into the All-Star weekend after finishing up the first half of the year with a 17-36 record. Normally, the Suns are looking to improve their roster heading into the trade deadline, but this year things are much different. Standing dead last in the Western Conference and 11 games out of a playoff spot, the Suns will be looking to unload talent over the next six days.
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