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Kevin Durant gets frustrated with Phoenix Suns supporting cast

The Phoenix Suns, currently at 14-14 and out of playoff contention, are facing early-season disappointments despite Kevin Durant's stellar performance with averages of 30.9 points, 6.2 rebounds and 5.4 assists in 24 games.

Injuries, particularly Bradley Beal's limited six-game appearance and Devin Booker missing nine games, have contributed significantly to the team's struggles, exposing a lack of depth.

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Durant frustrated with supporting cast

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski revealed Durant's frustration with the supporting cast's performance in the absence of key players.

"They can feel the frustration with Durant," Wojnarowski said.

"Part of that, certainly, is the missed games from Brad Beal. This team was built around those three stars, the underwhelming supporting cast that comes from those massive trades for Kevin Durant and Bradley Beal that really gutted the organization.

"It is a stark reminder of how short of a window and how this team has to win big, and has to win big quickly, based on how it was constructed and having Kevin Durant playing at an All-NBA level. There's a lot at stake for this organization, it's got to change soon."

The Suns, aware of the urgency to capitalize on Durant's exceptional form, are seeking a turnaround. With their roster centered around Durant, Beal, and Booker, the team aims to improve swiftly, acknowledging the need for a resurgence while Durant continues to excel.

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