The Phoenix Suns have produced a remarkable season already but still have plenty to play for in the last two games of the regular season when they face the Spurs on Saturday afternoon in the first of a back-to-back in San Antonio. The Suns (49-21) are focused on earning the top-seed in the Western Conference. Phoenix is a game behind Utah for the conference lead with two final regular-season games to play and own the tiebreaker with the Jazz should the teams be tied after Sunday.
It’s hard to find a good example. Things might get crazy in the postseason, but let’s pull from each of these and create a template for what we might be able to expect from the Suns in the playoffs. Star power Start with the obvious.
Did they make the right call?