TJ Warren goes to Phoenix Suns in NBA draft lottery

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Took a spin around the internet and there wasn’t a whole lot of insightful commentary around the selection and/or the Suns organization and TJ’s fit. I don’t know if that was just my poor internet search skills or my general disinterest in the NBA. With that said, the following video goes deeper into breaking down #TonyBuckets from our own Julius Hodge.

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    StateFans
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    Took a spin around the internet and there wasn’t a whole lot of insightful commentary around the selection and/or the Suns organization and TJ’s fit.
    [See the full post at: TJ Warren goes to Phoenix Suns in NBA draft lottery]

    #53045

    Fastback68
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    Congrats TJ, invest your money wisely.

    Move over Carruth jersey. Make room for PJ.

    #53046

    Wulfpack
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    Here’s how the ACC lined up last night:

    2 Parker (Bucks)
    14 Warren (Suns)
    18 Ennis (Suns)
    23 Hood (Jazz)
    26 Hairston (Heat to Hornets)

    Round 2
    32 McDaniels (76ers)
    33 Harris (Cavs)
    39 Grant (76ers)

    #53047

    Wulfpack
    Participant

    My best guess is he is your starting SF for the Suns. P.J. Tucker started this year averaging 9 a game. Regardless, he will get major PT is a rook.

    The Suns are good and they like to score (105 ppg ranking 7th). They missed the playoffs in the West by a game winning 48 games. The West is extremely brutal. I think 4 or 5 Western teams could have beat the Heat in the Finals. It’s deep. The East’s second best team, the Pacers, would have struggled to make the playoffs in the West.

    The Suns’ roster has an ACC flavor:

    Miles Plumlee
    Ish Smith
    Alex Len
    Shavlik Randolph
    T.J. Warren
    Tyler Ennis

    #53048

    44rules
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    Crap. Right when I get my favorite NBA team, the Charlotte Hornets, back, they have to draft a scuzzy Heel. Guess I should have expected it from a general manager who preferred Kwame Brown over Elton Brand. Shades of J.R. “and he really can’t” Reid.

    #53102

    StateRed44
    Participant

    saw an article the Suns are courting Carmello Anthony and LeBron James…I wouldn’t guess what could happen to TJ should this pan out

    #53433

    john of sparta
    Participant

    you nailed it:
    “my poor internet search skills or my general disinterest in the NBA.”

    the association trumps Google.

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