4 Suns whose stock fell dramatically after disastrous playoffs

The Phoenix Suns were swept out of the postseason early, and these four players saw their stock take a hit as a result.
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1. Grayson Allen

It might surprise you, but Grayson Allen is actually the most worrying name on this list. That's because both Booker and Durant have the talent to come back with a bang this season, whereas 2023-24 was the best of Allen's career.

He led the league in 3-point shooting at 46.1 percent on 5.9 attempts per game, and was rightly rewarded with a four year, $70 million extension prior to the playoffs beginning. To then shoot a dreadful 20 percent from deep on 2.5 attempts per game when it was really needed in the playoffs was beyond bad.

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The real concern here is that Allen is only now beginning his latest deal - and while his trade value would have been excellent had his regular season form carried through to the playoffs - that is certainly not the case now. If anything Royce O'Neale, who may himself yet come back this summer, could ultimately overtake him in the pecking order in The Valley next season.

So whereas Allen would have been seen as one of the best complimentary players on a would be contender, that is definitely not the case now. Not only does he have to rebuild his stock next season, Allen will only truly be judged once the Suns get back to the playoffs again.