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If It was So Damned Easy, Everyone Would Do It

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If it was so easy to win a title, why can't everyone win one?

Corrections need to be made.  Changes need to be implemented.  However, why can't we just blame the Spurs?  The Spurs have just kept beating the Suns.

Are the Suns not entertaining?

These last four years are not the sum and substance of the Suns' legacy.  For those of you who jumped on the bandwagon a few years ago, don't jump off.  This is how teams go.  Ups, downs, highs, lows.

This is your team to enjoy.  Try to enjoy the squad you've got.

When they make you happy, enjoy.  When they disappoint you, remember that it really does not matter.  Drink the Kool-Aid and enjoy the ride.  Join Mr. Leary and me.

Also, why advocate blowing up something that has been so close?  How much better can the removal of Coach D really make things?

Sarver (and/or Kerr) did make some moves that, in hindsight, did not seem to pan out.  However, we can be assured that they were doing what they thought was the best way to get that elusive championship.

I'm not saying there is no room for improvement.  I am saying that disappointment can lead to fear.  Fear that the Suns will never win a ring.  I ask, though, that if was was so easy to do, why doesn't everyone get a ring?

Fear leads to anger.  Anger leads to hate.  Hate leads to suffering.

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You must learn to let go of that which you fear to lose (or, in this case, fear that you will never attain).

Let's start scouting the draft.  What else are we going to do?