Phoenix Suns 2013 NBA Draft Grades

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Phoenix Suns 2013 NBA Draft Grades
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The Phoenix Suns finished dead last in the Western Conference a season ago with a 25-57 record—the worst finish for the franchise since the inaugural 1968-69 year. As a result, Phoenix needed to ace the 2013 NBA draft to get the wheels spinning toward a successful rebuild.

The quest to rise from the ashes starts with a new general manager, Ryan McDonough, and a new head coach, former Sun Jeff Hornacek. In the end, however, the product on the court needs a huge upgrade in talent to compete in the loaded Western Conference.

It’s typically best to let huge roster decisions simmer for 24 hours before coming to any rash conclusions. All of the facts need to be laid out on the table before accurate draft grades can be given.

So, now that we’re 24 hours removed from the Suns’ fifth overall draft choice of Maryland center Alex Len, it’s time to grade the struggling team’s 2013 draft decisions.

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