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Phoenix Suns See A Path To NBA Finals
Last season the Suns advanced to the NBA Finals only to be defeated by the Milwaukee Bucks. This season, the team is even more efficient on offense, and it has added rebounding muscle inside, with Devin Booker, Jae Crowder, and Cameron Johnson boosting their production on the boards.
DraftKings has the Suns at +235 to win the NBA Finals, making them the favorite.
Phoenix has already brushed aside the Pelicans, and their second-round opponent is the Dallas Mavericks. The Suns seem to be on a collision course with Golden State, and all of their playoff experience. Should they advance again to the NBA Finals, the Suns would likely face one of the top two seeds from the Eastern Conference — Miami or Boston. But the Bucks are still out there presenting the opportunity for a rematch.
Chris Paul somehow became even more unselfish in his 17th NBA season, leading the league with 10.8 assists per game, and getting even more of his younger teammates into the flow of the Suns’ up-tempo offense. A member of the NBA’s 75th Anniversary Team, Paul has only one dusty spot on his mantel the size of an NBA championship trophy. That honor is all that’s missing in a Hall of Fame career.
Phoenix fans are pulling for Paul, but they mostly want a championship to celebrate for themselves after decades of disappointment. Only the Diamondbacks (in 2001), and Mercury of the WNBA (2007, 2009, and 2014) have won titles in major professional sports leagues in Arizona.
The Suns seem to be rising now (sorry…) and this might be their time to finally enter the winner’s circle.