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Report: Suns Showing Trade Interest in These Three Players

According to The Athletic's Shams Charania, the Phoenix Suns have shown interest in the following players.

The Phoenix Suns are certainly one team to follow as the regular season chugs along and the trade deadline grows closer. 

It's easy to like your team when you haven't played a game yet, but as we inch closer towards the New Year, franchises are starting to figure out if their squads have matched expectations on paper. 

A nice combination of having Jae Crowder as a trade asset and already in search of upgrading the roster puts Phoenix at front and center of most trade talks. Crowder hasn't played a minute all season, and the hope for the Suns is to get him out of town sooner rather than later. 

Yesterday, NBA insiders Marc Stein and Jake Fischer both reported Phoenix nearly completed a three-team deal involving Crowder, although nothing has materialized to this point. 

Today, The Athletic's Shams Charania reported a good amount of Suns trade updates, including three potential targets the team has zeroed in on. 

Suns Showing Interest in Three Trade Targets

"The Suns have a handful of first-rounders to move, but given the team’s impending ownership change, it’s also uncertain how many future assets the current regime can move," said Charania before listing the three players:

Harrison Barnes (11.6 pts/5.5 reb/2.1 ast per night)

Harrison Barnes

Kyle Kuzma (18.3 pts/8.1 reb/3.1 ast per night)

Kyle Kuzma

KJ Martin (10.9 pts/4.7 reb/1.5 ast per night)

KJ Martin

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