The Latest on Eric Bledsoe


Earlier this morning, the Phoenix Suns have reportedly engaged in trade talks with several teams about Eric Bledsoe, even though the Suns have tried to trade him and fellow teammate Brandon Knight throughout the summer. Phoenix was reportedly in the mix for ex-Cav Kyrie Irving, but ultimately couldn’t get a deal done.

The Milwaukee Bucks have expressed interest in trading for Bledsoe, Marc Stein of The New York Times announced via Twitter.

The Suns have absolutely imploded– and we’re only three games into the season.

Following the Suns’ three atrocious losses, Phoenix’s front office chose to fire head coach Earl Watson, as well as three of his assistants.

The Suns have allowed an average of 129.5 points per game thus far, and no, this is not a typo. They have been outscored by a combined 92 points and look completely dysfunctional on both ends of the floor.

A day following their 42-point loss to the Clippers, star point guard Eric Bledsoe took to Twitter to express his frustration:

We have yet to see a “sorry guys I was hacked” tweet, so this seems to be legit.

Current Clipper DeAndre Jordan sent out a small subtweet towards Bledsoe, wanting him to return to the place he called home from 2010-13.

With the Suns lacking any type of direction, look for them to send Bledsoe to a contender in exchange for future draft picks. This would clear the way for more playing time for youngsters Tyler Ulis and Devin Booker.

Wherever Bledsoe lands, it will definitely be in a much better place.


About Eric Peterson

Eric is currently studying Sport Management at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Follow Eric on twitter @eric_peterson20

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