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Solar Flares 3/17: Phoenix Suns links including Warren's energy, Wright's start, and Bledsoe's killer instinct

Suns links, plus the Heartbreak Kid.

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Watch your back Alex Len. The first start in a Phoenix uniform, and the 48th of Brandan Wright's career, garnered rave reviews.

"I feel like a lot of rookies, a lot of their situations are different. Some are on bad teams. Some are on good teams. Just had to wait for my time and leave it all on the floor and play 100 percent every time." Rookie T.J. Warren is turning heads with his energy and scoring, but is he on a good team or a bad team?

"I think he gives us a good chance of winning." Lon Babby likes what he sees from Warren.

The Phoenix Suns dancers made a dream come true for ten-year-old Ella Parkhill at the Minnesota Timberwolves game last Wednesday.

Jeramie McPeek of Suns.com chatted with "Mr. Wrestlemania" and lifelong NBA fan Shawn Michaels.

Also from Suns.com, and to get you pumped up for the inevitable playoff push, remember the magic that was the 1996-97 season.

The Prescott non-profit Blankets 4 Kids is seeking donations to help transport a group of local children to a Phoenix Suns game on April 4, which will also increase their chances of winning a $25,000 grant from the team.

Adidas has announced that it will not renew its contract with the Association when it expires at the conclusion of the 2016-17 season.

Phoenix was recently named one of the top ten cities in the country for "sports travel."

Power Ranking!

"He's as quick and powerful as any guard in this league." But does Eric Bledsoe have a killer instinct?

He's got a developing mid-range game, that's for sure.

The Suns are balancing playoff aspirations while keeping an eye on what is best for the future.

68 teams, 68 things you need to know in advance of the NCAA Tournament.

Throwback Thursday: Fans can get $8 tickets, the same price during Jeff Hornacek's final season playing with the Suns, on Thursday, March 19th against New Orleans.