For some NBA teams, the offseason is just as it is called: an offseason.
For other teams, the offseason is really the true season. The Phoenix Suns are one of those teams.
After the Suns lost Steve Nash last summer, it became inevitable that Phoenix was in for a subpar season at best and a terrible one at worst.
The team's final record of 25-57—worst in the Western Conference—qualifies as terrible, although it may not be as bad for Phoenix's future as a subpar year would have been.
Because the Suns were so bad, they will draft higher and have an easier time restructuring what may be the worst-built roster in the NBA.
Here are the questions Phoenix has been waiting since last summer to answer. If they answer them correctly, maybe they'll have something to look forward to in the fall.