Found February 29, 2012 on nba.com/suns:
In 2000, it was Tony Delk's Diary. Last year, we had Tom Gugliotta's Gazette. This season, Suns.com drafted rookie guard Casey Jacobsen to keep a journal of his training camp experiences. Logging on each day, Sept. 30-Oct. 5, Casey offered his thoughts on his first pro camp, his new teammates and the city of Flagstaff, and shared a number of entertaining stories on subjects such as mashed potatoes, jingle bells and a teammate's colorful choice of swim trunks. Monday, Sept. 30
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