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Suns will keep its core intact for the new course

With a group of players who work hard in the gym and are obsessed with winning games and conquering the NBA title, the Suns prepare for the new season.

Last season they came very close to the goal and this year they are confident that they will finally be able to complete the mission.

At 36 years old, the experienced Chris Paul leads the ambitious group.

“I only know how to play one way… I play to win. People will say that I exaggerate, but I do not care, "said Paul, who has just signed a four-year agreement that could amount to 120 million dollars.

Devin Booker, Mikal Bridges, Deandre Ayton, Jae Crowder, Cameron Payne and Cameron Johnson support him in his thirst for victory.

The plan is to keep the dynamic style, which is not afraid of physical contact, and got them into the finals last year.

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For this year they incorporated point guard Elfrid Payton, point guard Landry Shamet and center JaVale McGee. Instead they lost backup forward Torrey Craig.

On the other hand, forward Dario Saric would miss a good part of the season due to an anterior cruciate ligament rupture.

The hiatus was brief, but coach Monty Williams says his team is ready for battle.

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