Found November 28, 2011 on Fox Sports Arizona:
Now that mulling several roster issues for the 2011-12 Phoenix Suns seems to be a legitimate enterprise, you may be wondering which players are available. Before checking our list, let's rewind to last year's lottery Suns and consider the deficiencies. Yeah, wow. This wasn't exactly a roster built for an extended playoff run. And the team won't have much time to make upgrades for this season. Kansas power forward Markieff Morris was drafted to supply some grit in the lane, so -- paired with sniper Channing Frye -- Phoenix seems sort of prepared to enter the season along the baseline. Remember, Marcin Gortat arrived from Orlando a turned into a double-double (Polish) machine. Small forward could be settled if -- as expected -- the Suns do enough to bring back unrestricted agent Grant Hill and Hill wants to return. Josh Childress and Mickael Pietrus are lined up to supply depth, with the latter also working in at two guard. That's where the review of free-agent...

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