The Suns want Markieff Morris to be a playmaker more often this season, particularly in high-low sets with Tyson Chandler or Alex Len.
Markieff Morris said on Wednesday he's "happy to be with my team."
Markieff Morris said he wants to remain with the Suns.
Markieff Morris is expected to attend the Suns' training camp next week, but he is "still unhappy" playing for Phoenix.
The Suns are fully expecting Markieff Morris to be at camp next week.
Suns beat writer Paul Coro reports that the team "[does] not intend to trade" Markieff Morris, and still views him as their starting PF.
Markieff and Marcus Morris appeared in court on Wednesday, and their attorneys were granted a motion to return the case to a grand jury on October 15.
Markieff and Marcus Morris will be facing a suspension of at least 10 games if found guilty of felony aggravated assault.
Markieff Morris is the only Sun under contract not at the team's voluntary workouts.
Suns coach Jeff Hornacek openly criticized parts of Markieff Morris' game in a recent Grantland column.
The Suns do not "seem especially motivated" to deal Markieff Morris right now, according to Zach Lowe of Grantland.
Jeff Hornacek expressed optimism when speaking about the situation between Markieff Morris and the Phoenix Suns.
The NBA has reportedly fined Markieff Morris $10,000 for publicly demanding a trade from the Phoenix Suns.
Markieff Morris tweeted on Thursday night that his "future will not be in Phoenix."