For once everyone was punctual, it took practically an hour before seeing Adrian Wojnarowski draw the first info of this 2020 transfer market. And what info since Chris Paul arrives in Phoenix to form an All-Star duo in the backcourt with Devin Booker. It deserved a TrashTalk aperitif.
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For a long time, we looked each other in the eye without saying a word. The Twitter mentions of Shams Charania and Adrian Wojnarowski were filled with fans craving for movement. And then all of a sudden, around 7:00 p.m., the Suns lit the fuse. The rumor that had already been running for a few hours was verified and Chris Paul joined the desert accompanied by Abdel Nader. In exchange, OKC continues its reconstruction with a shovelful of players and a first round of Draft. Among the Thunder rookies, Ricky Rubio and Kelly Oubre are adding weight even though they both could be part of a new package in the days or weeks to come. Finally, Ty Jerome and Jalen Lecque come to continue their little path in a franchise that starts again at point 0 or almost. Can this move allow Phoenix to return to the Playoffs in 2021? What does the Point God salary mean for the Suns’ finances? What to expect from Sam Presti for the rest of the 2020 offseason? So many questions that will be swept away for a good half hour to debrief together this first big blow of this month of November.
Peanuts, Tourtel Twist and sofa, we sit down and talk about it. For the rest, we do not change a winning team, especially during the curfew: we like, we share, we comment, let’s go.