Wednesday February 18th, 2015

Phoenix Suns guard Goran Dragic criticized his team's front office on Wednesday, saying that he no longer trusts Phoenix management. 

Dragic has requested a trade, and he has been linked to a number of teams around the league. From The Arizona Republic

"I don't trust them anymore," Dragic said following Wednesday's practice session. "It happens too many times. Two, three times.

"They give promises, OK. It's hard. But at the same time, I wish them all the best. They were great to me the past five years. I'm always going to have a good memory about Phoenix fans and the city. I just hit that point of my career that it's better for me and my family to move on."

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"I don't feel comfortable with my situation," he said, adding, "It's just different. Standing in the corner, it's not my game. I see that we're not going the right direction. That's why I take action and try to put myself in a better position."

USA Today reported he told Phoenix he won't re-sign with the team when his contract expires after this season. 

The 2013-2014 Most Improved Player reportedly told the Suns he'd prefer to be traded to the Lakers, Knicks or Heat. Phoenix has reportedly been in contact with numerous teams, including Houston, Sacramento and Boston. 

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Dragic's has been unhappy with his reduced playing time. After signing Dragic, Phoenix has since added Eric Bledsoe and Isaiah Thomas

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