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Solar Flares 6/16: Phoenix Suns links including front office shake up and potential new roommates

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Can Coyotes and Suns coexist?

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Last Thursday former Arkansas forward Michael Qualls tore his ACL in a workout with the Suns. The injury will likely keep him out for next season.

Now that the Glendale City Council has voted to void its 15-year contract with the Arizona Coyotes just two years into the deal, will the Suns be sharing their downtown facilities?

That plan has at least one supporter in Phoenix mayor Greg Stanton.

Could valley prospect Corey Hawkins get a shot in the NBA?

After 5 years running the team's basketball operations department Lon Babby will assume a new role with the Suns, becoming a Senior Advisor. General manager Ryan McDonough will see his role expand beginning August 1st.

First up though is the NBA Draft. McDonough is comfortable picking from the number 13 spot.

Jared Ornoski, who on May 18th was named an honorary member of the Phoenix front office, received his final treatment for Hodgkin's Lymphoma on Wednesday morning.

Former Suns president and CEO Rick Welts was named the 2015 Celebrity Grand Marshal of the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Pride Celebration Committee. Welts is the current president and COO of the Golden State Warriors.

Mike Malone has been named the next head coach of the Denver Nuggets.

Take a trip down memory lane and check out the impact the University of Arizona has had on the NBA Draft.