Biggest Issues Phoenix Suns Must Address This Offseason

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Biggest Issues Phoenix Suns Must Address This Offseason
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The Phoenix Suns will finish the 2012-2013 NBA regular season as one of the five worst teams in the league, and this has been the team's worst season since their inaugural year over 40 years ago.

After such a disastrous season, the Suns will clearly need to make some changes as they continue to rebuild. But with so many issues with this roster, it is hard to focus on fixing just one or two.

Phoenix certainly has a lot of questions to answer this summer. Goran Dragic has been a bright spot in an otherwise dismal season, but should your top scorer really only be scoring 14.7 points per game? Currently, the Suns have no superstars or even borderline All-Stars to showcase.

Additionally, Alvin Gentry was fired back in mid-January. Interim head coach Lindsey Hunter is filling that role in the meantime, but the Suns may wish to look for someone with more experience to lead this team next season. 

Marcin Gortat, Luis Scola and Jared Dudley are just a few of the veterans on the Suns. They have had fairly successful seasons, but because none are vital to the team's rebuilding process, we may see trade rumors persist throughout the summer.

And of course, Shannon Brown and Michael Beasley were the two biggest flops of the season for Phoenix. The team has, more or less, given up on both players, but actually getting rid of them might be a much more difficult task.

The Suns will need to make decisions pertaining to all of these issues this summer, and the front office will likely be very busy. 

Here is more analysis on each problem the Suns should address. 

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