The Phoenix Suns have lost their first three games of the season, including a 48-point loss in the season opener against the Portland Trail Blazers and a 42-point loss against the Los Angeles Clippers over the weekend. 

In wake of the Suns' disastrous performance thus far, head coach Earl Watson was fired but that's not the only issue this team is facing. According to John Gambadoro of Arizona Sports 98.7, Eric Bledsoe requested a trade right before the season started and the way things have gone so far he isn't looking to stick around for much longer.

Last night, Bledsoe tweeted the following, just before the team announced that Watson had been canned.

Shortly after the 27-year old point guard's "I dont wanna be here" tweet, his former teammate, Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan, tweeted, "Come back home bro." Bledsoe was traded from the Clippers to the Suns back in 2013, and the Clips could use another point guard now that Milos Teodosic is out indefinitely with a foot injury.

The Suns, 0-3, will be back on the court tonight as they host the 1-2 Sacramento Kings, but Bledsoe won't be in the lineup according to Chris Haynes.

Check out some of the reactions to Eric Bledsoe's not-so-cryptic tweet below.