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Solar Panel, ep. 142: How the Phoenix Suns could be a 40+ win team next season

Tim, Dave and Greg cover the latest Suns news and what would have to happen to become a winning team

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Tim, Dave and Greg decide to take on the biggest possible challenge for the Phoenix Suns in the 2019-20 season.

  • What would have to happen for the team to hit .500? Hint: a LOT. But each of us has a different take on what that “a LOT” entails.
  • We also discuss how many teams last year jumped up a lot of wins from their prior season, and there’s not a lot of them.
  • In the middle, we take on this week’s Advanced Stat 101 on “FTr” and how that applies to the Suns players. Where did they rank, and what has to change in 2019-20 to get even better?
  • And we end the episode answering our YouTube comment questions that cropped up during the show.

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Dave has access to the team as a credentialed media member since 2012, while Greg brings his insights as a former Suns employee for half decade who still has his connections. Tim is a pro radio/podcast personality who grew up in Tucson and now lives in Florida. All three hosts are lifelong Suns fans.

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