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[Podcast] SMOL: Suns' potential playoff opponents

Following an inexcusable sabbatical, Seven Minutes or Less is back. Matt and Devin break down the Suns’ possible playoff opponents, as well as how Phoenix would fare against each one. Also, Earl Clark got significant PT against OKC, which Devin hopes is a sign of things to come. Matt isn’t so anxious for the Earl Clark era quite yet.

Who do you want to see in the first round, or not see? Should Earl Clark get more PT? And what’s your starting five for a trouble-making team? E-mail sevenminutesorless@fanster.com and hear your input addressed on the show.

S.M.O.L. is a Phoenix Suns podcast for the fans, by the fans, in seven minutes or less. Saturday features a full 24-minute shot-clock for the show, with a more in-depth look at the Suns, including responses to e-mail questions/comments from fans and listeners. If your comment/question is good, you could be asked to make an appearance on the show.

Part One - Isaiah Rider makes news in AZ, and Channing Frye doesn't help his cause

 

Part Two - Breaking down the rest of the playoff matchups, and avoiding the Earl Clark Era

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