Phoenix Suns try to figure out what to do with struggling Tyler Ulis
Think about all the things Tyler Ulis had to overcome to play so well for the Suns last season.
He was a second-round draft pick.
He's a career 26.1 percent shooter from 3-point range.
Any one of those could keep a player out of the NBA. Ulis pushed aside all three to average 13.2 points and 7.2 assists per game after the All-Star break in 2016-17.
But as this Suns season wobbles to the finish line, Phoenix has to wonder: Where has that player gone? And will he ever return?
“I'm the same person,” Ulis said Monday. “It was just under a year ago so I didn't lose my powers.... read more
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