Phoenix Suns 2017 offseason in review

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Final Decisions

According to Adrian Wojnarowki, Alex Len is planning on signing his qualifying offer before the start of training camp. By signing the offer sheet Len will become an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2018. Look for Len to officially sign before Suns’ Media Day on September 25th.

The final item left for the Phoenix Suns is to make a decision fourth year forward T.J. Warren. Warren is one of 21 players eligible for rookie-scale extensions before the start of the season. Ranking third behind Devin Booker and Eric Bledsoe, Warren averaged 31 minutes per game along with 14.4 points per game. Whether he’s starting or coming off the bench, Warren will continue to play a big role for the team. The Suns and Warren have until Oct. 16, to agree upon a contract extension or he too will hit restricted free agency next summer, almost assuredly with more interest than Len received.

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This concludes our Phoenix Sun’s 2017 offseason review. Besides their draft additions, the Phoenix Suns did not make many changes to the roster. The greatest change lies in the Suns’ new apparel and look as the team enters its 50th season. Regardless of how they perform in the win/loss column, prepare for a fun and competitive season. With young exciting players like Booker and Jackson, there will never be a dull moment in the action. Who knows, maybe these young Suns may surprise us with their play.