Suns eye Utah Jazz duo as well as Knicks’ guard.
Following rumours of their interest in New York Knicks guart Iman Shumpert, the Phoenix Suns are apparently looking to make an even bigger splash before the trade deadline.
Reports suggest the Suns have set their sights on Utah Jazz duo Al Jefferson and Gordon Hayward, with Marcin Gortat travelling in the opposite direction.
Similarly with any deal involving Shumpert, the Suns would be willing to allow Jared Dudley to make the switch to New York.
The Suns are currently sat at the bottom of the Western Conference with a 17-35 record, and it appears that GM Lance Blanks has had enough of the lacklustre roster and will look to make big changes with an eye on next season.
Little was expected of the Suns, especially after they decided to allow Steve Nash to join the Los Angeles Lakers in the off-season in exchange for future draft picks. Few would have expected them to perform this badly, but they remain in need of changes.
So as they embark on a re-building process, they will hope that they can get deals before the February 21 deadline, or they might have to put it on hold until the end of the season.