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General manage Ryan McDonough said the Suns "didn't care if there was a list or not" regarding Dragic's trade demands.
It didn't stop there from the GM when he was asked about Brandon Knight. "We feel like we got the best player in the trade, coming or going," McDonough said. When asked about the Suns trading their best player at the time, he said, "Eric Bledsoe and Markieff Morris are still in Phoenix Suns uniforms." The Suns travel to Miami on Mar. 2. Feb 20 - 2:49 PM

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Suns GM Ryan MCDonough explained during a recent interview that the Suns' objective in trading Anthony Tolliver was to give the team more flexibility on the trade market.

"The thought process is to try to put ourselves in the mix to add a big player via trade," Suns General Manager Ryan McDonough said. "We want to be aggressive and active. We want to solidify ourselves as a playoff team. The flexibility would allow us more wiggle room to make a trade."
Fri, Dec 26, 2014 11:10:00 AM

Suns GM Ryan McDonough won't let a draft prospect's age determine whether Phoenix will draft them with their three first-round picks, Nos. 14, 18 and 27.

"Just because we were close to the playoffs, we’re not going to draft a guy just because he’s able to play right away," McDonough said. "I think that’s where a lot of mistakes get made." Phoenix also holds the No. 50 pick in the second round, and their cornucopia of picks puts them in an enviable position during a deep and talented draft.
Source: NBA.com
Wed, Jun 18, 2014 01:21:00 PM

The Suns are reportedly "open to trading one or more picks" in the 2014 draft if they can acquire "an established star" in return, according to NBA.com's Scott Howard-Cooper.

The league's GMs are drooling over the potential of the 2014 draft class, and the Suns are in the driver's seat as they will have as many as four picks to go along with about $20 million in available salary-cap space. "We may not draft four players even if we have four picks," said GM Ryan McDonough. "Our preference would probably be to maybe package a few of them. We’re obviously all looking for stars and we feel like we can put together a package as good, if not better, than any other team in the league if and when a star becomes available." McDonough's transparency has been refreshing ever since he took over as the Suns' GM, and we'll be on the lookout for any Suns-related trade chatter in the coming days and weeks.
Source: NBA.com
Sat, Dec 14, 2013 04:20:00 PM

Suns GM Ryan McDonough admitted that his team "need[s] some help on the wing."

Phoenix has been focusing on SGs and SFs during recent draft-prospect workouts. Sunday's group included New Mexico G/F Tony Snell, whom the Suns would be happy to draft with the No. 30 pick if he's still available, but they're also interested in Providence SG Ricky Ledo and Long Beach State G/F James Ennis, among others. McDonough has previously stated that he'll try to acquire another first-round pick in the draft, in addition to the Suns' No. 5 and No. 30 picks.
Mon, Jun 10, 2013 04:19:00 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
PG1Brandon Knight
2Archie Goodwin
3Kendall Marshall
4A.J. Price
SG1Eric Bledsoe
2Gerald Green
3Marcus Thornton
4Seth Curry
SF1P.J. Tucker
2Danny Granger
3Reggie Bullock
4John Salmons
5T.J. Warren
PF1Markieff Morris
2Marcus Morris
C1Alex Len
2Brandan Wright
3Earl Barron