They experienced Steve Nash Independence Day on the heels of claiming the heart of Eric Gordon.
While Phoenix Suns fans were still reeling from those maneuvers, they were asked to wrap their roster-roulette-playing minds around the risky Michael Beasley business and the return of The Dragon.
Yeah, it was one of the most dramatic weeks in Suns history.
But this week could be even more important.
The next move, of course, belongs to the New Orleans Hornets, who must decided how much potential grief can be dispensed upon them by Gordon if Gordon is not allowed to play in Phoenix. If the Hornets believe his heartache can be soothed by matching the financial bounty in a Suns' four-year, 58 million offer sheet Gordon plans to sign Wednesday, Phoenix must look to shooting-guard Plan B.
If the Hornets aren't interested in keeping a player who yearns to work elsewhere -- even if he is a relative kid who figures to be the cornerstone of their offense -- they'll attempt to pry from the Su...