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Ronnie Price agrees to two-year deal elsewhere

Price averaged career highs in points and rebounds last season.

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According to John Gambadoro of 98.7 Arizona Sports, Ronnie Price will be continuing his NBA career with a new team.

To be fair, this didn't go completely unseen.

Last season, Price appeared in 62 games with the Suns, starting in 18. He averaged career highs in points (5.3) and rebounds (1.6) in 19.5 minutes per game.

While Price was well liked by fans and provided much appreciated veteran leadership, there seems to be no room left on the guard heavy Suns.  The conversation now likely turns to what will happen with Tyler Ulis, the talented second round pick out of the University of Kentucky. Is he in Phoenix when the 2016-17 NBA season begins?

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