👀 @RockinProtein has my biceps looking right #TeamRockin #ResultsAreDelicious #Sponsored pic.twitter.com/qY5ca34La7— Deandre Ayton (@DeandreAyton) February 5, 2019The Suns have produced some good players over the last few years including Devin Booker, who already has a 70-point game under his belt and has averaged more than 22 points per game over the last three seasons.Ayton and Booker could be one of the more dynamic inside-out duos in the NBA. Ayton’s success hasn’t translated into wins for the team yet, but he is learning how to win with his teammates in his inaugural season in the NBA.”We’re going to have to sit down and learn how to keep each other accountable,” Ayton told Omnisport on Thursday in association with Shamrock Farms’ Rockin’ Protein. “We’re going to have to fight against each other to really figure out what type of (people) we are, the type of person you want to be next to on the battlefield, that’s how great teams succeed, everybody is always accountable and everybody knows their job.” Related News “He makes a lot of shots,” Ayton said. “You can tell he’s one of the best scorers in this league and really the only thing is now for us to just really just get some wins man, and raise individual performances like that to really showcase (us) to the world.”Everybody knows what we can do, but we’re not really winning … so our performances and stuff like that goes down the drain, so we’ve just got to sit down and buckle up, get in the lab, and really get to the drawing board and start a new culture.” NBA All-Star Game 2019: Kyrie Irving excited by LeBron James’ picks Deandre Ayton has done just about everything the Suns could have asked of him during his first year in Phoenix.The 2018 No. 1 overall pick is averaging a double-double with 16.4 points and 10.4 rebounds while blocking nearly a shot a game. But the young Suns are struggling to win as they sport an 11-45 record, which is one of the worst in the league.