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It doesn’t appear Alex Len will be hanging his hat in Phoenix after this season.
Len, chosen by the Suns with the fifth overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft, told Scott Bordow of AZ Central be “probably” will not be re-signing with the Suns as he enters unrestricted free-agency this summer.
“I’m looking forward to this offseason,” Len said. “I think it’s going to be exciting. It’s the first time I’m actually going to have a chance to go where I want to go.”
Len was critical of Phoenix coach Jay Triano for not letting him shoot the basketball enough, while also blasting the organization for running through three head coaches over the last two seasons.
“The last few years, we’ve had three different coaches, the roster was changing every year. There was never really any consistency,” Len said. “It was like starting over every year. Yeah, stability and consistency will be something I definitely look for.”
The 7-foot Len is averaging 8.2 points and 7.4 rebounds for Phoenix this season, shooting 56.3 percent from the field.