Suns' Eric Bledsoe tweets, 'I don't wanna be here'

Suns' Eric Bledsoe tweets, 'I don't wanna be here'

Gambadoro's report comes on the heels of Phoenix's decision to fire head coach Earl Watson just three games into the 2017-18 season.

Three games into the season is usually considered too early to make a coaching change.

Phoenix Suns guard Eric Bledsoe met with the team about wanting to be traded before the season started, according to radio host John Gambadoro on Arizona Sports 98.7.

Bledsoe has put up stellar individual numbers for the Suns since he was traded by the Clippers back in 2013, averaging 18.8 points, 6.0 assists, 4.8 rebounds and 1.6 steals per game for his career in Phoenix.

McDonough said he didn't believe Bledsoe when he said the tweet wasn't about the organization. Watson initially served as an interim coach for Phoenix in 2016, taking over the team after Jeff Hornacek was dismissed.

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O'Quinn, Lance Thomas and Courtney Lee have drawn interest from opposing teams in recent weeks, but it is unclear if any of the three players were discussed by NY and Phoenix.

Eric Bledsoe's time in Phoenix could soon come to an end. The Suns have now reached out to teams about possible trades for the guard.

The 59-year-old Triano was head coach of the Toronto Raptors from 2008-2011, compiling an 87-142 record while becoming the first Canadian-born head coach in National Basketball Association history. Since then, several teams around the National Basketball Association have called the Cavs' front office with inquiries about its availability. Last year, Watson led the Suns to a 24-58 record.

This would be a smart way for the Bulls to build their backcourt with Zach LaVine and Bledsoe, though the Suns would also need to be willing to take a chance on the 22-year-old Portis.

The Knicks have one of the two worst backcourts in the National Basketball Association (the Bulls are in that mix, too) so they certainly could use Bledsoe short term.

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