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NBA world reacts to Suns coaching change

The Phoenix Suns will start the upcoming NBA season with a new coach for the third time in three years.  

Only one season after finishing with a franchise-best 64-18 record and two seasons after reaching the NBA Finals for the third time in the team's existence, head coach Monty Williams was let go by the organization following the 2022–23 campaign.  

Frank Vogel, a former coach of the Los Angeles Lakers and Indiana Pacers, was selected to succeed Williams.  

It appeared as though the Suns would be among the teams to defeat in the West   

after veteran Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal joined Devin Booker and Kevin Durant in the offseason.  

Unfortunately for Vogel and the Suns, the three players' chemistry never quite seemed to click.   

The Suns finished with a 49-33 record and the sixth seed in the Western Conference; however, the Minnesota  

Timberwolves eliminated them from the playoffs. Their season is already over, and we've been waiting to find out what will happen next.  


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