WillIam Powell over at Examiner doesn't think much of the Suns:
"They have no dominating big man in the post or on the defensive end, they have three aging starters, a bad defensive schema, and rely heavily on jump shooting to win."
"These problems add up to the Suns inability to play consistently, often manifesting in their insistence on playing down to the competition."
I wish writers took the time to think for themselves. He sees inconsistency and jumps to the conclusion that it is a reliance on jump shooting and aging stars. Seriously, if the Celtics lost KG, and two major role players at the beginning of the season, and then traded Ray Allen 3 months into the season, how consistent would they be? Answer, not very.
For the 1st time since the season began, I think the Suns are a 600 ball club.. Gortat is filling the power role nicely, and Lopez is starting to play better. I think we now longer need gang rebounding, just power rebounding.