Found May 01, 2013 on RealGM:
Boston assistant general manager Ryan McDonough, Milwaukee assistant GM Jeff Weltman and San Antonio Spurs assistant GM Scott Layden have emerged as the three finalists for the Phoenix Suns' GM opening and will interview soon, according to league sources. McDonough interviewed with Suns president Lon Babby and owner Robert Sarver on Tuesday. Weltman is expected to meet with the Suns on Thursday. The Suns recently fired Lance Blanks.
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