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Solar Flares 9/30: Morris, Morris, Dragic, Dragic, Earl Barron

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I'm confused at what exactly you can buy for $52 million.

An unprecedented negotiation. The Morris boys are worth $52 million. Together. Or each. Something like that. Read more here.

Here's a word that's not always familiar in Phoenix: defense. Goran Dragic says his brother Zoran can be "a little bit of a dirty player," without the ball.

Oh right, Zoran Dragic is now a Phoenix Sun.

And because now you're missing seeing Goran play, here's a look at The Dragon's top five games from last season.

Eric Bledsoe stated that he wanted to stay in Phoenix all along. With everything that transpired, is there really any other sentiment to have? Imagine this story ends with Bledsoe signing a contract extension then saying, "I'm not really sure if Phoenix is for me." Right, I can't imagine that either.

A look at how all these pieces will fit together as training camp begins.

Earl Barron, Joe Jackson, Casey Prather, and Jamil Wilson are all getting a shot with the Suns.

The demand for Cavaliers tickets has skyrocketed since LeBron James announced his return Cleveland. The Cavs will draw an impressive crowd on the road as well. So how thirsty are fans to see the Suns away from US Airways Center? Spoiler Alert: Not very thirsty.

Robert Sarver has learned his lesson. Or rather he has applied lessons learned.

If you're a fan of a past regime, here's a call to "move on."

Jerry Colangelo did have a business school named after him though, so he's doing fine.

Military members, police officers, firefighters and teachers will have the opportunity to buy discounted Suns tickets for the 2014-15 season via the "Commitment to Community" program.

A look at the rise of Terry and Ryan McDonough.

Former Suns center (sort of) Dejan Koturovic probably wishes he could trade places with you right now. The Serbian star was arrested after allegedly attempting to enter Macedonia from Yunanistan in a stolen vehicle.