Phoenix Suns: Why They Should and Will Re-Sign Jason Richardson

July 30th, 2010 by Tim Case Leave a reply »

The recent playoff run provided by the Phoenix Suns was one of the most memorable in the teams forty-two year history. One of the main reasons for their playoff success rested in the hands of the 6'6", 29-year-old shooting guard, Jason Richardson.

Known for most of his career as one of the best dunkers in the NBA, JRich has started to transition himself into an all-around shooting guard.

When traded to the Phoenix Suns in December of 2008, the team didn't know if they were getting the player who took the Warriors to their memorable playoff run or if the chance they took would haunt them for many years to come. So far, there has been mixed feelings.

There were many fans ready to move JRich at last season's All-Star break, for he wasn't playing with the consistency he could have played with. The only thing holding the team back was his large contract, and if wanting to, the team will find it hard to do the same this upcoming season.

The only solution? Wait and re-sign him at half the price.

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