1. Goran Dragic
Weekly Average: 13 points, 10 assists, 4 rebounds, 3 steals in 35 minutes of play
At times, it appears Dragic is the only player that's still really trying to win games. There are other players who give a consistent effort, but none like Goran who still seems mentally and emotionally invested in this team and this season.
2. Luis Scola
Weekly Average: 14 points, 9 rebounds, and 2 assist in 27 minutes of play
3. P.J. Tucker
Weekly Average: 9 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 assist in 26 minutes of play
4. Wesley Johnson
Weekly Average: 13 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal in 32 minutes of play
5. Jermaine O'Neal:
Weekly Average: 9 points, 4 rebounds, 1 block, 1 assist in 22.5 minutes of play
Jermaine O'Neal only played two games this week after injuring his calf against the Wizards, but he has been one of the few bright spots of this team when he's been on the court.
6. Jared Dudley
Weekly Average: 7 points, 4 rebounds, 1 steal in 20 minutes of play
7. Hamed Haddadi
Weekly Average: 4 points, 6 rebounds, 1 block in 13 minutes of playHaddadi is what he is, a very big body in the post who can give you quality backup minutes with a few points and rebounds. There's nothing flashy about Hamed, but he's been a welcome addition to the team and is helping out when given the opportunity.
8. Kendall Marshall
Weekly Average: 5 points, 3 assists, 2 rebounds in 16 minutes of play
Marshall had his best game of the season when the Suns needed it most going 4/6 from the field and scoring 11 points vs. the Lakers, while managing to dish 5 assists and grab 5 rebounds as well. However, he was a non-factor against the Wizards and not great against the T-wolves, but I'm more inclined to chalk up his ups and downs to being a rookie rather than a lack of effort.
9. Markieff Morris
Weekly Average: 5 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal in 18 minutes of play
Markieff had a bad week. On one hand, his 9 points and 8 rebounds against the Lakers was a solid contribution that helped the Suns pull of the win, but his zero effort against the Wizards earned him a calling-out by head coach Lindsey Hunter on the post game press conference...not a good sign. Keef responded with an ok showing against the T-Wolves going 3/6 from the field for 7 points while grabbing 4 rebounds in 20 minutes, but it's not a good omen when the head coach is openly criticizing our second-year player for his effort and heart.
10. Michael Beasley
Weekly Average: 8 points, 4 rebounds in 16 minutes of play
Beasley was flat out awful over the first two games of the week, going 6/18 from the field and playing with no intensity whatsoever on defense. After Hunter benched him for the second half against the Wizards, Beasley responded with at least a decent offensive showing against Minnesota, scoring 11 points on 5/9 shooting. But still, his defense remained poor and it seems like he is just going through the motions out there like more than half of the other players.
So there you have it. Feel free to share your opinion in the comments below!