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Phoenix Suns' Biggest Disappointments and Surprises of the 2013 Season
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Michael Beasley has without a doubt been the Suns' biggest disappointment in recent memory.

After closing out the regular season dead last in the Western Conference, many Phoenix Suns fans are despondent and dispirited given the current state of the team.

After one of the worst seasons in franchise history, there were clearly some disappointments. Most fans and columnists thought that the Suns could at least pull off 30-40 wins, but almost nobody predicted them to finish with the fourth worst record in the NBA.

But despite the general poor performance of the team, there were some bright spots. Some young prospects clearly developed after Lindsey Hunter took over as head coach in January, and the Suns also signed a few free agents in the offseason that performed much better than anyone might have expected. 

There were clearly some underwhelming players, but that doesn't mean Phoenix didn't experience both the good and the bad this past year. 

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