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Phoenix Suns vs. Golden State Warriors Summer League Game Thread: Revenge!

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Suns Summer League action starts today the way it ended last year, against the division rival Golden State Warriors. Join the fun in the game thread. Chances of being bitten by a shark are low.

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NBA Summer League is generally only for the hardest core of fans, but this July's edition of the Summer Suns features a handful of players to be genuinely excited or curious about, including rookies T.J. Warren, Tyler Ennis and Alec Brown, and second year players Alex Len and Archie Goodwin. I'm excited to see all five, but especially Warren and Len.

In last July's Summer League Championship, the Warriors crushed the hopes and dreams of Suns fans yearning for a title, dispatching of our heroes 91-77 in a game that was the most watched event in television history. (I might need to fact check that last bit, but I think I heard it somewhere.) The brilliant Ian Clark was simply too much for the Suns to handle, as he went for 33 to win MVP.

For more on this summer's Suns, check out these great write-ups from Bright Side's own Kellan Olson, who is onsite in Vegas this weekend for the games.

Phoenix Suns Las Vegas Summer League 2014 Preview

Las Vegas Summer League Day 1 Analysis and Day 2 Preview

And these practice notes from Dave King:

Phoenix Suns Pre-Summer League Practice Notes

Game Time: 5PM AZ Time, NBATV

REVENGE! REDEMPTION! WOO HOO, SUNS BASKETBALL!