If the Phoenix Suns season is over, what did we learn?

Devin Booker, Phoenix Suns (Photo by Alika Jenner/Getty Images)
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Phoenix Suns (Photo by Chris Hondros/Newsmakers)
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Final grade for the season

There is a chance that COVID-19 could end the season for the Phoenix Suns and if that were the case, the grade for the season would be a solid “B”. An “A” would mean that the Suns were in the playoffs (if the NBA even has playoffs) and a “C”, “D”, or “F” imply somewhere between keeping last year’s status quo and a complete implosion.

The Suns surprised everyone at the beginning of the season and that demanded the respect of the rest of the league. They then fell plague to injuries, misfortune, and reality.

Suns fans had their moments where being a fan was exhilarating once again. There were times this season where Talking Stick Resort Arena was loud, energetic, and an amazing place to watch a basketball game.

Of course, that changed and fans had to hear instances where Toronto Raptor fans drowned them out.

But the point is the Suns showed what they are capable of doing and that is something special. The coronavirus will come and go, but the Phoenix Suns will one day thrive.

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