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Solar Panel, ep. 130: Are Julius Randle and other free agents being fairly criticized?

A new pastime is tearing down every potential free agent or trade target by Suns fans

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This week Tim and Greg run the show, with Justin from Fanning the Flames joining late, talking about all the latest Suns news in a really insightful episode.

  • The impact losing will have on the Suns fanbase for years to come
  • Summer League get together!
  • Discussing possible mutual interest between the Suns & Julius Randle
  • Is Julius Randle the answer at power forward?
  • Should the Suns be willing to lower than standard during free agency?
  • Is Monty Williams able to turn Ayton into a rim protector or perhaps turn him into a power forward?
  • Dragan Bender’s future with or without The Suns
  • Why Tyler Johnson hasn’t picked up his player option
  • Monty Williams has been given high praise during the pre draft workouts- we discuss

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