Found July 29, 2013 on
One is the Loneliest Number:
The NBA class of 2014 free agents is going to be a star-studded affair headlined by the likes of LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Kobe Bryant. The Suns should have enough money under the cap to be able to afford not one, but two max-deal players. Phoenix has already started trading and releasing veteran players such as Jared Dudley and Jermaine O’Neal, who have already found new addresses on other teams.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Phoenix Suns were without forward Channing Frye for all of last season due to an enlarged heart condition. While there are still questions surrounding his durability and status for the 2013-14 season, the Suns are optimistic that Frye will be playing for them next year, reports Paul Coro of AZ Central.“We’re optimistic that he’ll be with us and playing,” McDonough said...
Channing Frye missed last season due to an enlarged heart but has expressed optimism about playing next season.
Still, Frye has not been cleared yet and is seeking opinions of top cardiologists.
The Phoenix Suns are hopeful Frye will play next season.
“We’re optimistic that he’ll be with us and playing,” Ryan McDonough said of Frye. “Channing wants to play and the results...