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Solar Flares: 7/1 Phoenix Suns Draft Recap, Free Agency Outlook Thread

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So the NBA Draft was last week, and that would certainly be news enough, but have you heard these free agent rumors?  That's right Ryan Hollins is out there!  If nothing else he can provide a little advice for us if things don't go our way during free agency.

No, of course we are referring to Lebron James and Carmelo Anthony.  Everyone has an opinion where these two will land, so here's a quick update:

The Suns are banking on James' "basketball acumen and business intelligence."

James and Anthony playing together is not as far fetched as it sounds.

Wait, yes it is.

Hang on, it's actually the only thing that makes sense.

There are other players showing up on the Suns radar, as Phoenix has emerged as the possible landing spot for Pau Gasol, joining at least six other teams.

And you've been living under a rock if you're not caught up on the Suns interest in Utah's Gordon Hayward.

With the latest news we've received regarding other big time free agents, what happened to all the noise about Kevin Love becoming a Phoenix Sun?

Either way, as far as the power forward position is concerned, Suns fans don't seem very optimistic that a big name free agent will be making their way to Phoenix.

But listen up!  We already have new players!  And critical to their success will be the chemistry they bring to the current squad.

Some think T.J. Warren is "the best player you've never heard of."

Some also think that Tyler Ennis may never put on a Suns uniform.

It is anticipated Bogdan Bogdanovich will return to Europe.

While the Suns grabbed a record breaking shot blocker with 3 point range with pick number 50.

And for anyone who missed it last week, here's a friendly reminder of what Gerald Green can do above the rim.