The Suns had as close to a no-show as you are going to see in the NBA – JJ Redick | This Just In

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Patrick Beverley and JJ Redick join Max Kellerman on This Just In to discuss the Phoenix Suns losing Game 7 to the Dallas Mavericks.

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