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We got a lot more answers in preseason than we thought we would — Tim, Greg and Dave give the rundown

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The Suns split their preseason games. None of the starters averaged even 24 minutes per game. And now there’s a week until the real season starts.

What did we learn?

Tim, Dave and Greg went to the airwaves on Tuesday this week to break down all the action.

  • Why Deandre Ayton didn’t take any threes in preseason
  • What kind of shots the Suns are getting in their new offense
  • Can Ricky Rubio and Devin Booker maximize each other? Or should they be staggered so they can stay on-ball?
  • Who was the most surprising player in preseason?
  • Do the rookies deserve rotation roles off the jump?
  • Who is this Jevon Carter dude?

Those questions are answered, plus a lot more.

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