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Solar Flares 10/14: Goals For Bledsoe, Warren, Tolliver

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Put down the fork, Boris.

2014 Phoenix Suns Dress Rehearsal. Here's an update on the study of "rotational balance."

A helpful breakdown of the Suns option at the center positions for the upcoming season.

David Aldridge takes a look at eliminating the max contract, and what that could mean for the future of the Association.

T.J. Warren's focus in the preseason: playing some D, shooting the 3.

Eric Bledsoe's focus? The mid-range game.

Former Sun Boris Diaw has some interesting incentives related to his weight in his contract with the Spurs. Also included is the following statement: "Contract contains $500,000 in annual performance incentives currently listed as unlikely." I wish this was making reference to the weight goals. Sadly it is not.

A "fluke accident" has sidelined Alex Len indefinitely, though head coach Jeff Hornacek fully expects him to be ready for the regular season opener on Oct. 29th against the Los Angeles Lakers.

Grant Hill spoke about the burden of expectations that the Suns will deal with in the 2014-15 season.

This season Anthony Tolliver may lead the league in three-pointers made and attempted according to Anthony Tollliver.

Free hoops! Suns to hold an open practice on October 18th.

In former Suns news, Steve Nash has a believer in Steve Kerr.

Just in case this double alley oop has not yet crossed your radar. Enjoy. In you've already seen it, the link also includes plenty of Gerald Green.

A Phoenix judge has dismissed the shoplifting charges against former Sun Richard Dumas. Dumas still faces seven felony allegations.

This guy is really good so it's worth mentioning. Kevin Durant hurt himself, he'll be unable to play basketball for awhile.