Found August 30, 2013 on Fox Sports Arizona:
With a recent Instagram post as our guide, it appears Suns forward Channing Frye may return to the court this season. Channing, who missed last season with an enlarged heart, has Phoenix fans buzzing after posting a picture of himself (in uniform) delivering a fist pump, accompanied by one word ... "YEP!" yep! http:t.coke3mQhRRvR Channing Frye (@Channing_Frye) August 30, 2013 Soon after Fryes seeming declaration appeared, now-former teammate Jared Dudley had this response on Twitter: RT @Channing_Frye: yep! http:t.coWtMndS9odK ( congrats brother!!! I know you've ensured a lot! I'm happy for you) Jared Dudley (@JaredDudley619) August 30, 2013 We're assuming J.D. meant to type "endured" rather than "ensured." Anyway, if Frye can play this season, the Suns will have at least one player capable of consistently spacing the floor. And he would certainly help as a veteran leader in what might be an otherwise very young frontcourt, particularly ...

Suns To Receive Clarity On Playing Status Of Frye In Few Weeks

The Phoenix Suns have stated their optimism about the playing status of Channing Frye, who missed last season due to an enlarged heart. The Suns should learn in a few weeks if Frye will be able to return next season. "We're optimistic he'll be able to play," Suns GM Ryan McDonough said.

Why Phoenix should trade Goran Dragic

Phoenix Suns: Why Phoenix Should Trade Goran Dragic By Mike Elworth - Even though Goran Dragic was the best player on the Phoenix Suns last season, they would be wise to trade him. The 27 year old point guard had a career season last year and was first on the team in points  (14.7 per game), assists (7.4 per game) and steals (1.6 per game), but yes they should still trade him. Why...

Suns, fifth overall pick Len agree to contract

Shortly after finalizing a trade that sent Caron Butler to the Bucks, the Suns on Thursday signed Alex Len, the fifth overall pick in the NBA draft. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The 7-foot-1, 255-pound Len, a Ukranian native, finished a two-year career at Maryland with an honorable-mention All-ACC season. As a sophomore, he averaged 11.9 points, 7.8 rebounds and 2.1 blocks...

Phoenix Suns: Caron Butler Trade Grade

Phoenix Suns: Caron Butler Trade Grade By Josh Morgan Suns trade: Caron Butler Suns receive: Ish Smith, Viacheslav Kravtsov When the Suns acquired Butler in the trade that also landed them Eric Bledsoe, it wasn’t too much of a leap to think they would trade Butler eventually as well. While Butler is a solid veteran and very good all-around player that can help a contender, the...

Phoenix Suns sign first-round draft pick Alex Len

The Phoenix Suns have signed first-round draft pick Alex Len. The team announced the signing Thursday moments after confirming a trade that sent Caron Butler from Phoenix to the Milwaukee Bucks. The 7-foot-1 Len, the fifth overall pick in the draft, played two seasons at Maryland after coming to the United States from his native Ukraine. He averaged 11.9 points, 7.8 rebounds and...

Suns, Bucks Agree On Caron Butler Trade For Smith, Kravtsov

The Phoenix Suns have agreed to trade Caron Butler to the Milwaukee Bucks for Ish Smith and Slava Kravtsov. Butler has found appealing the prospect of playing for his home-state team. He was traded from the Los Angeles Clippers to the Suns seven weeks ago and was expected to bring leadership to Phoenix. Butler, 33, will make $8 million this season on an expriring contract but the...

Caron Butler Says He’s Always Dreamed Of Playing For The Bucks’

Caron Butler has traveled a long and fulfilling road from Racine, Wisconsin. Butler who was a star at Connecticut before moving on to the NBA, almost didn’t see his dream fulfilled.  Butler spent time in and out of jail after he started selling drugs at the age of 11. It was in that Racine detention center that Butler developed his love for basketball, and the rest is history...

Reports: Bucks obtain small forward Caron Butler from Suns

After a few weeks of inactivity, the Milwaukee Bucks summer of roster turnover continued Thursday. According to multiple reports, the Bucks have agreed to acquire small forward Caron Butler from the Phoenix Suns in exchange for point guard Ish Smith and center Viacheslav Kravtsov. Butler has played for five teams over his 11-year NBA career, spending last season with the Los Angeles...

Suns Expected To Use Savings From Butler Trade To Waive Beasley

The Phoenix Suns gained $5.65 million of cap space for any potential in-season trades by making the Caron Butler deal with the Milwaukee Bucks. They appear likely to use that money to make an expected costly waiver of Michael Beasley more palatable. Beasley would be owed $9 million of guaranteed salary.

Caron Butler returning home?

The Phoenix Suns and Milwaukee Bucks are discussing a potential deal that would send Caron Butler to the Bucks, according to the Racine Journal Times. The report claims the 6-foot-7 forward, who grew up near Milwaukee, is set to make $8 million next season, and the trade could include a combination of other players. However, the Racine Journal Times reports no "frontline"...

Caron Butler Feeling Healthy To Play Increased Minutes

Caron Butler played just 24 minutes per game on the Los Angeles Clippers last season, and he accepted the role due to the team's success. Now, Butler believes he is ready to play elevated minutes on the Milwaukee Bucks. "After I got back healthy, I actually wanted to play more," Butler said. "I had to accept the role I was given. I felt I was back to my old self...

Butler's short stay in Phoenix ends with trade to Bucks

Caron Butler's short stay in Phoenix ends with trade to Bucks.
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