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|Rift developed between Brown, Suns: Suns guard Shannon Brown is under contract for next season, but that does not mean he will be with the team when they tip off the 2013-14 season. Brown found himself reduced to an almost nonexistent role in the second half of next season, and that was not something that sat well with the seven-year veteran. Brown admitted to the Arizona Republic late in the season that he felt betrayed by the shift in his role, which he says the team did not clarify with him. Ive done everything asked of me in practice and made sure to show these people what time it is," he said. "It definitely hurts to sit on the bench, watching us lose night in and night out knowing I can help and being lied to. Its been a crazy year. Im just glad I made it through. Brown is under contract for $3.5 million next season, however only half of that is guaranteed, so the team could choose to deal him or work on a buyout. |
|No information available at this time (Updated 5/21/13).|
|Brown's shot disappeared last season, as he made just 27.7 percent of his three-point tries, a career low. For a career 33.2 percent shooter, that is a number that will likely improve moving forward. A team looking for an athletic guard might choose to buy low on Brown, which would likely be a better outcome for his Fantasy value than returning to a rebuilding Suns team. He still managed to average 10.5 points per game a year, however his uncertain role makes him unworthy of targeting outside of the deepest of Fantasy formats on Draft Day. |
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Westbrook, Durant combine for 77 points as Thunder roll
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|Like many players, Shannon Brown is brimming with plenty of potential, but is wedged in a tough situation for playing time as he enters his second season with the Suns. The 26-year-old is one of several swingmen on the Phoenix roster that includes newcomers Wesley Johnson and Michael Beasley, both of whom are expected to eat into Brown’s minutes. Brown shined in his 19 games as a starter last season and produced a sizzling 15.8 points per game while averaging 31.2 minutes. He also served as one of the Suns’ most accurate shooters and drained 43.8 percent of his attempts from the field, which included a 53.5 percentage at the forward position. Overall, he averaged 11.0 ppg while collecting 23.7 minutes a night -- a glossy mark for his per-minute rate. But the starting forward spot is expected to be occupied by Beasley and Brown will likely open the season on the bench. Still, if he can extend his solid second half (43.9 percent from the field) into this year, he could force his way into more playing time. He’s worth a selection in the later rounds of deeper Fantasy drafts as a quality reserve with some remaining upside. (Updated 10/16/12)|
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