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Solar Flares 6/2: Phoenix Suns links including draft prospects, coaching changes, and a Q&A with President Obama

"There are no players coming to Phoenix."

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Have you had enough of this yet? Here's another article about whether or not Jeff Hornacek will leave Phoenix to become the next head coach of the Iowa State Hawkeyes.

The Suns have however already made some changes to the coaching staff since the season concluded.

Former Phoenix Suns head coach and current Golden State Warriors assistant Alvin Gentry will become the new head coach of the New Orleans Pelicans at the conclusion of the 2015 postseason.

18 former Kentucky Wildcats play in the NBA. Three play for the Suns, the most for any team in the Association. Will Devin Booker be number four after the draft later this month?

Or could Jerian Grant's high basketball IQ be what the Suns need in the backcourt?

Chris Gatling never played for the Suns, but he made Phoenix the home for his massive online credit card scam. He got busted, and he's almost got as many charges as teams he played for in his career.

Dan Le Batard says that Shawn Marion kept Kevin Garnett from heading to Phoenix in 2007. You should probably just read it yourself.

"There are no players coming to Phoenix. They can forget that because they're not a contender and they're not close to being a contender." Charles Barkley is optimistic about the bright future for the Suns.

Is Isiah Thomas good enough at his job to get a pass for bad behavior? No. No he is not.

President Obama went to Twitter to answer the questions of a nation.

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