Deandre Ayton arrives as symbol that Phoenix Suns are on the rise

Deandre Ayton: ‘We’ve got young legs. We can run all day. … We can really start a winning legacy.’
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Since the heady days of Steve Nash came to an end, there have been few signs of joy from a dwindling fan base that watched the Phoenix Suns tumble to the bottom of the NBA standings Womens Paul Perkins Jersey and miss Authentic Mikhail Grabovski Jersey the playoffs for the eighth year in a row.

All four of the Suns’ picks showed up on a crowded dais in Phoenix on Friday – Ayton, Bridges, French point guard Elie Okobo (chosen 31st) and forward George King of Colorado (the 59th selection).

The Warriors came out early and set the tone in this lopsided victory, as they led 27-11 after the first quarter. In fact, the Kings never got the game within a single-digit margin after that opening quarter. Ball movement was the difference for Golden State, as they out-assisted Sacramento, 14-9, while winning the turnover differential, 14-9. Defense was critical for the Warriors, recording nine steals and nine blocks while holding the Kings to 19-of-69 shooting from the field and 4-of-26 from three-point range. Golden State’s bench was also huge, considering they outscored Sacramento’s reserves, 23-7.

The Warriors’ (2-0) best player was Jordan Bell. The big man collected eight points, six rebounds, seven assists, two steals and four blocks. Jacob Evans, making his summer league debut, led the team in scoring, totaling 13 points, five rebounds and two steals. Damian Jones accrued six points, eight rebounds, three assists and two blocks.