5 things the Suns need to do to make their Big 3 work

The Phoenix Suns have a Big 3 that doesn't look like it is going anywhere, so here is how they can make it work next season.
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The Phoenix Suns had a disappointing 2023-24 NBA season as they were knocked out of the playoffs by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the first round. The team's problems, which were not addressed during the season, became the main topic of discussion after their early exit from the postseason.

The team is likely to undergo some changes for the upcoming season. The Suns are determined to achieve great things but have often fallen short of their expectations. Their primary focus is to make their Big 3 - Devin Booker, Kevin Durant, and Bradley Beal - work together seamlessly on the court.

The Suns are committed to their star players and are hoping to win the Larry O'Brien trophy. However, they need to make some adjustments to ensure that their second attempt with the Big 3 is successful.

After the recent end-of-season availability of Mat Ishbia, the owner of the Suns, it seems likely that the organization is prepared to give it another try.

"The house is not on fire. We’re in a great position. It’s not hard to fix."

Mat Ishbia

With the three stars on the team having another shot at potential title contention, there are a few important matters that the Phoenix team needs to tackle.