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“Phoenix Suns’ guard P.J. Tucker has had an unusual NBA career, to say the least. An early second round pick by the Toronto Raptors out of Texas in the 2006 NBA Draft, Tucker struggled as a rookie before the Raptors demoted him to the their NBA D-League team in Colorado in January 2007, and then released him outright a month later.”
“Just when you think the Phoenix Suns are about to hit that long losing streak, they come back out fighting once again. Down two starters, the Suns came back to beat the league-best Oklahoma City Thunder in a “must win” game to keep them in strong playoff position.”
“This year, the Phoenix Suns had one edict: be entertaining, because wins might be hard to come by…And there was Gerald Green. If any one player can stand as a symbol for all that’s gone right for the Suns this year, it’s Green. Seven teams in seven years, and journeys across the seven seas for stints in Russia and China — it’s a history that makes Green right at home in Phoenix, where P.J. Tucker, with a similar resume, has become the heart and the soul of one of the most entertaining teams in the league.”