PHOENIX -- At no point in recent history have the Phoenix Suns entered an offseason with so much uncertainty. From Steve Nash and Grant Hill to free agency and the draft, the front office has plenty of decisions to make in the next few months.
Suns leadership plans to approach such decisions very carefully, and President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby stressed Wednesday the organization will remain disciplined in how it uses its great deal of roster flexibility.
"We've got to make the decisions from the standpoint of not only what's going to be good for us today but also what's going to be good for us tomorrow," Babby said in a meeting with local media. "Discipline will be the watch word upstairs."
No names were named, but it's safe to assume that discipline means Babby and general manager Lance Blanks won't use roughly 23 million in salary-cap space on deals like the ones Hakim Warrick and Josh Childress got two summers ago in the wake of Amare' Stoudemire's departure. This ...