A great off-season for the Suns is to increase all opportunities toward an active 2014. Attempt to rid as much payroll and get as many top pick opportunities next year as possible. I like some of the talent in this year’s draft but they all seem like role players, not building blocks and that is disappointing considering we're likely receiving a top 5 pick. Next year’s draft and free agency are likely to have lots of top talent. 2014 is when PHX should target its larger transitional focus.
2013 will be more of a fun 'hey, check out our new unis and come watch (insert draft picks) while we target Andrew Wiggins.' And that's what it should be. We should look to find the best draft talent but not aspire to attract the top free agents this off-season. That would detract from our immediate and long term goals to become a better team. This Suns team needs a lot of help, but within a couple years this team at least could have a clear direction, something it certainly doesn't have right now.