Now that Eric Bledsoe is healthy, the challenge for Jeff Hornacek is to figure out how best to utilize these three guards...and in what combination. I think Hornacek has proven that playing Bledsoe and Dragic together can work very effectively, as shown by the Suns record earlier in the season before Bledsoe went down with an injury. If the Suns get down early and want a spark off the bench, playing Green alongside Dragic is the best combination. I also think it's important that if the Suns have a lead in the fourth quarter, Bledsoe gets playing time, for his defensive skills and his uncanny ability to drive to the hoop and create fouls. I don't like playing all three of these talented guards at the same time. I'm also happy that with the return of Bledsoe, Green will be handling the ball less (he has been responsible for too many sloppy turnovers on poor passing and dribbling) -- and hopefully play towards his strengths, which are open threes and fast break points.