Clippers' DeAndre Jordan appears to respond to Eric Bledsoe

Did Eric Bledsoe just ask for a trade from the Suns on Twitter?

Eric Bledsoe Tweets 'I Don't Wanna Be Here'

Obviously it's a small sample size, but Phoenix has posted a defensive rating of 116.6 through three games, and it's hard to see how head coach Earl Watson can fix this.

He was hired on as a Suns assistant in the summer of 2015, joining Hornacek's staff to develop its point guards, specifically Eric Bledsoe.

Phoenix is 0-3 to start the season.

Eric Bledsoe wants out of Phoenix and he wants the world to know too. They've had two in the first three games of this season.

The tweet by Bledsoe, a former Los Angeles Clipper, was followed by one from the Clippers' DeAndre Jordan, saying: "Come back home bro".

Bledsoe has been the subject of trade rumors for years, most recently being included in a potential package for Kyrie Irving before the former Cavs star landed in Boston. That's especially true in the Western Conference, where Phoenix has miles to go before even getting in the same ballpark as teams such as Portland, Denver and Utah - all young teams that are already on the fringes of playoff contention or better.

The Suns promoted Jay Triano to interim head coach, according to ESPN.

That tweet set the National Basketball Association sphere on fire during a relatively sleepy afternoon. On Friday, the Suns played junior varsity-level defense down the stretch against the Los Angeles Lakers, allowing Lonzo Ball to waltz to the rim time after time before T.J. Warren eventually missed a pair of potential game-tying free throws to send Phoenix to a second straight loss. Triano was the head coach of the Toronto Raptors for three seasons and is now the head coach of Canada's men's national basketball team.

It is not clear whether Bledsoe was frustrated with Watson's coaching or if he was a fan of Watson and heard of his impending firing prior to it being reported and disagreed with the move.

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