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PLAYERS: Steve Kerr
Updated: Oct. 1, 2008 A self-described "basketball junkie," David Griffin enters his 16th season with the Suns and was named Sr. Vice President of Basketball Operations in June 2007. Griffin will aid President of Basketball Operations/General Manager Steve Kerr with all professional player matters and oversees the scouting and evaluation of all draft-eligible and free-agent prospects.
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