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Suns fire head coach Watson

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Phoenix Suns have fired its head coach Earl Watson. He was fired just three games into the season.

Watson was fired by the franchise approx. one hour after Eric Bledsoe requested a trade via Twitter, Bledsoe is not happy with his current situation.

Earl Watson (Getty Images)

Earl Watson (Getty Images)

Bledsoe said, “I don’t wanna be here.”

In his last game with the team’s head coach, the Suns were destroyed by the Los Angelea Clippers on Saturday night, as they lost 130-88. It was their second blowout loss in three games.

In their season-opener, the Suns were dismantled by the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night. They lost 124-76, which is the most lopsided loss in NBA history in a season-opener.

It was also the most lopsided loss in team history.

Watson, the former NBA player, went 33-82 as an NBA head coach. He took over with 33 games left in the 2015-16 season.

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