Rumors of the Phoenix Suns trying to acquire Terry Rozier from the Boston Celtics surfaced recently, blowing up basketball social media. The Suns never got a positive response from the other teams and Rozier himself reacted to the possibility of playing for another team next season.

After Boston lost key players to injuries last year, the 25-year old spitfire guard out of Louisville proved to be a major revelation for the Celtics. Rozier drastically improved his production, especially in the latter part of the season when starting point Kyrie Irving suffered a season-ending injury.

Rozier would go on to carve a blazing trail in the Celtics' deep playoff run, producing impressive averages of 16.5 points, 5.7 assists, and 5.3 rebounds.

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It'll be interesting to see what Danny Ainge and the team's front office will do with Rozier when he hits restricted free agency in 2019. There's no question other teams will lure the point guard with big contract offers and it gets even trickier as Irving will also become an unrestricted free agent in that same year. For now, the Celtics have yet to receive an assurance from Kyrie that he plans to re-sign with the team, which forces Ainge to hesitate on trading Rozier this season.

It's no surprise the Suns tried to ask the Celtics about Scary Terry's availability. They are in dire need of a starting point guard to partner with Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton. However, the Suns don't have many valuable assets, making it more difficult to spice up a deal for the up-and-coming point guard.