This may seem unrelated, but take Dwyane Wade. The man's a man who values loyalty, apparently. This is good for Miami. Take this quote. In relation to the Bulls, Wade said, "I see Michael Jordan is not there, Scottie Pippen is not there. … You know, these guys are not a part," Wade said. "Things like that. So that is probably one of the biggest things for me, because I am a very loyal person." See: May 27 - Chicago Tribune
Hear me out.
So, in deciding who to make our next GM which is, considering the summer of 2010, probably our biggest decision before July 1 that we could possibly make, we should consider loyalty as a loyal Suns' player would probably vow in his direction to take the Suns to the next level.
I proposition Charles "The Round Mound of Rebound" Barkley. He may be crazy. He may be the greatest player the Suns have ever had. He may have led us to our most recent NBA Finals. He may just lead us to our next NBA Finals.
Think about the things that must be done. We must negotiate with Amar'e Stoudemire. If we cannot, we must pursue other free agents. Ultimately, we must win a championship. Who better to persuade people to join his team than Charles Barkley? You've seen what he's done with the Taco Bell commercials.
Just something to think about.