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Solar Flares 2/3: Phoenix Suns links including trade deadline talk and the NBA's top scoring bench duo

Is Gerald Green on the move?

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One list of the "most underrated players potentially available at 2015 trade deadline," includes a pair of Suns in the top three.

Another view on a Sun who could be on the move in the coming weeks.

The Suns are getting together with APS to renovate basketball courts in the Phoenix area via an initiative called "The Rebound Project."

The Suns may be performing in close games better than you think.

"I don't think we have any fewer problems or greater problems this year than last year." Lon Babby likes where the Suns are sitting through January.

Gerald Green received his first DNP since joining the Suns during last Friday's win over the Bulls.

What was supposed to be Paul Coro's first Super Bowl experience didn't go as planned.

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Your Suns are the NBA's second fastest team.

Details on last Wednesday's report linking Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris to a Phoenix assault case.

Isaiah Thomas and Gerald Green form the NBA's top scoring bench duo.

"We'll be in the mix." Ryan McDonough says the Suns can and will attract big name free agents.

The winner of the $40,000 Phoenix Suns Charities Shot at the 16th hole on January 28th? Tim Tebow.

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"Guys are saying stuff under their breath and then the ref hears it and then you get a technical. So it's not like guys are chasing after a referee and we got to go run and hold him back." Isaiah Thomas says refs talk just like players.

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