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Fanning the Flames: Are there any embers left to fan? Yes! Yes there are!

There’s always a positive side

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The Suns are 0-6 since their opening night win against the Dallas Mavericks, and those six losses have not been pretty. The team is turning the ball over far too much, and most everyone not named Booker, Warren, or Ayton is struggling to put the ball in the basket. The forecast for your Phoenix Suns certainly looks gloomy...

But, here on Fanning the Flames we like to think that every cloud has a silver lining (some silver linings are just much harder to find than others). On this week’s episode, we delve into the negatives, but also discuss some positives including:

- Deandre Ayton continuing his solid play;

- the emergence of Mikal Bridges and Elie Okobo; and

- the new and improved T.J. Warren.

We also give our thoughts on what we want to see Igor Kokoskov do with his rotation (spoiler alert - less Ryan Anderson, Trevor Ariza, and Tyson Chandler).

Follow Paul (@DervishOfWhirl), Justin (@SoSaysJ), and the pod (@FanTheFlamesNBA) on Twitter.

Fanning the Flames is available on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play - and if you use one of those platforms, don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review.

Until next time!

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