Found November 30, 2011 on
Bickley: The Phoenix Suns must mend some fences when the NBA finally reopens its doors.
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Now that mulling several roster issues for the 2011-12 Phoenix Suns seems to be a legitimate enterprise, you may be wondering which players are available.
Before checking our list, let's rewind to last year's lottery Suns and consider the deficiencies. Yeah, wow. This wasn't exactly a roster built for an extended playoff run. And the team won't have much time to...
From Paul Coro of the Arizona Republic: At 7 a.m. Phoenix time, the Suns began talking to agents of players. That meant checking in on some of their own guys but the first calls needed to go to the agents of free-agent players to show the Suns’ interest. The Suns will be feeling out the market for…
The Phoenix Suns claim that Grant Hill is their top free agent priority, but according to Newsday, they’ll have to fight off the Knicks’ advances: “On the first day the NBA permitted team executives to contact agents about players, the Knicks prepared to reach out to several free agents, including one who turned them down two years ago. Although Caron Butler and Shawne Williams...
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