HoopsHype Goran Dragic rumors

November 8, 2013 Updates

“I feel better,” Dragic said. “I was running today and shooting a little bit. It’s probably going to be a game-time decision. We’ll see how the ankle is going to react but I feel great. Arizona Republic

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Goran Dragic is now being listed as out by Phoenix. Gerald Green is listed as the projected starting shooting guard, with Eric Bledsoe shifting to point guard in the new alignment. NBA.com

November 4, 2013 Updates

Suns point guard Goran Dragic is expected to miss the team’s next two games after he sprained the left ankle that he also had injured in the preseason. Dragic sprained the ankle while scoring on a fastbreak early in the third quarter of the Suns’ 103-96 loss Sunday night at Oklahoma City. He left the game and did not return, saying it felt worse than when he sprained the same ankle on Oct. 17 at Sacramento because of a fastbreak foul by Kings guard Jimmer Fredette. Arizona Republic

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Thomas has spent the past 70 days with Dragic, who has led his Slovenian national team to the quarterfinals of the European Championship in his hometown Ljubljana. As a first-year assistant coach for Slovenia, Thomas has seen the Dragic that a young Suns team will need this season. “I didn’t realize what a tremendous leader he is, by his words and example,” Thomas said. “I marvel at how our guys look up to him on a daily basis. It’s impressed me beyond what I can express.” Arizona Republic

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The Suns turn the draft intrigue a different direction today by bringing in the top four collegiate point guard prospects for a workout at US Airways Center. The Suns’ workout will feature the point guard quartet of Michigan’s Trey Burke, Lehigh’s C.J. McCollum (a combo guard), Syracuse’s Michael Carter-Williams and Miami’s Shane Larkin. Suns general manager Ryan McDonough is taking a best-player-available approach to the draft and a 25-win team needs that, even if their best performer (Goran Dragic) and last year’s lottery pick (Kendall Marshall) are already point guards on the roster. Arizona Republic

May 22, 2013 Updates

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