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    • “ Some say I’m the greatest to ever do it. I don’t know if I’m that yet but I’m trying to be that”
    • REBUILDING THE SUNS We headed into the off-season with our aim being purely to sign players on one year deals, so we would have money to throw at Kawhi Leonard or Paul George in the next off-season. We were also in the draft, here are the results of the draft lottery. 14. Pelicans 13. Trail Blazers 12. Kings 11. Spurs 10. Suns 9. Magic 8. Hawks 7. Cavaliers 6. Bulls 5. Knicks 4. Hornets 3. Warriors 2. Pistons 1. Timberwolves Before we got to the draft, we fired our Head and Assistant Coach. Signing Trent Peterson and Jacob Underwood as replacements. Going into the draft, we just wanted to take the best player possible who wasn’t a Shooting Guard or Center. Here are the first 10 picks of the draft. 1. Timberwolves draft Anthony Edwards 2. Pistons draft Lamelo Ball 3. Warriors draft James Wiseman 4. Hornets draft Tyrese Haliburton 5. Knicks draft Nico Mannion 6. Bulls draft Killian Hayes 7. Cavaliers draft Obi Toppin 8. Hawks draft Cole Anthony 9. Magic draft Vernon Carey Jr 10. Suns draft Jaden McDaniels After drafting Jaden McDaniels, we signed Cheick Diallo's team option and let Elie Okobo walk. Anthony Davis walked, as did Andre Drummond. Before going into free agency though, we traded Kelly Oubre Jr and a distant first for Mitchell Robinson. In free agency we picked up Danilo Gallinari and Reggie Jackson on one year deals. Then we traded Frank Kaminsky to the Oklahoma City Thunder for 2 first round picks. Our final free agents signings were Dion Waiters and Wesley Matthews. In player progression, Devin Booker went up to an 89, Ayton went up to an 88 and Mitchell Robinson went up to an 85. Other players went up 1 or 2 overalls as well. At training camps, we sent DeAndre Ayton to perimeter shooting, and then the entire team to Free Throw shooting. Going into the new season, our aim was to make the playoffs. Failing that, another lottery pick wouldn’t go unwanted. We started, Ricky Rubio, Devin Booker, Jaden McDaniels, Danilo Gallinari and DeAndre Ayton. With Mitchell Robinson, Mikal Bridges, Reggie Jackson, Cheick Diallo and Dion Waiters coming on off of the bench. At the point of the All-Star game we were 32-22, with Devin Booker making the All-Star game. For the rest of the season, we were strong, finishing with a 51-31 record. This was good enough for Devin Booker to make the All-NBA 2nd Team and us to finish as the 3rd seed. Award Winners - MVP - Giannis Antetokounmpo ROTY - James Wiseman 6th Man - Jusuf Nurkic DPOY - Kawhi Leonard MIP - Kristaps Porzingis COTY - Mike Budenholzer Stat Leaders - Points - Devin Booker (30.6) 50/40/90 Club Rebounds - DeAndre Ayton (12.7) Assists - Ricky Rubio (10.5) Steals - Mikal Bridges (1.3) Blocks - DeAndre Ayton (1.7) Playoffs First up in the Playoffs we would meet the Dallas Mavericks, led by Luka Doncic and MIP Kristaps Porzingis. We would have a strong start to the series, taking games 1, 2 and 3. Game 1 saw a 43 point explosion from Devin Booker, as well as a 16 and 20 performance from DeAndre Ayton. Game 2 had another Booker explosion, with 39 points and 10 assists. Danilo Gallinari had 32 points on 75% from 3 point range to help. Game 3 saw Booker continue his playoff hot streak with a 51 point game, making 11 threes. Whilst Mitchell Robinson and DeAndre Ayton both record double doubles. We would lose game 4 though, but in game 5 we would win the series thanks to a 44 point game from Devin Booker. DeAndre Ayton would also record 19 points and 17 rebounds. Next up we would face the Portland Trail Blazers. We would lose game 1, before taking games 2, 3 and 4 in return. Devin Booker dropped an average of around 34 in these games. Game 5 would be Dame Time though, as Damian Lillard dropped 56 points. Portland would then go on to take games 6 and 7 to win the series. Although, there were no more notable high scores. As Damian Lillard and Devin Booker were clamped up for the rest of the series. Despite blowing a 3-1 lead, I doubt anyone will forget the amazing first round show put on by Devin Booker The finals would be contested between the Bucks and the Clippers, the Bucks would win in 6 with the Finals MVP award going to Giannis Antetokounmpo, who averaged 32.7 points, 15.2 rebounds and 2.5 blocks across the series.
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