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September 29, 2014 Updates

The Phoenix Suns have signed Slovenian guard Zoran Dragic to a multiyear contract, the team announced today. “Zoran’s will to win and intensity stand out every time he steps on to the court,” said General Manager Ryan McDonough. “He has been a very productive player in Euroleague, ACB and FIBA competitions. He excels defensively and in transition and I think our fans will quickly recognize his passion for the game.” NBA.com

The Phoenix Suns have reached contract extensions with twin brothers Markieff and Marcus Morris, the team announced Monday. The Arizona Republic reported Monday that Markieff Morris will receive a four-year deal worth $32 million while Marcus Morris will get a four-year deal worth $20 million. ESPN.com

"We are particularly pleased to have reached extension agreements with Marcus and Markieff before the start of training camp," president of basketball operations Lon Babby said in a release. "There is an extraordinary bond between these twin brothers; they make each other better players and better men. We take pride in their growth and look forward to their bright futures." ESPN.com

September 28, 2014 Updates

Contrary to rumor, the Wolves were not seriously interested in restricted free-agent point guard Eric Bledsoe, who re-signed with Phoenix, because a deal would have had to have been a sign-and-trade and simply too complicated. Bledsoe, though, was willing to consider Minnesota, pending Rubio's status with the Wolves. St. Paul Pioneer Press

September 27, 2014 Updates

The Phoenix Suns signed center Earl Barron and rookies Joe Jackson, Casey Prather and Jamil Wilson on Friday, giving them 18 players on the roster. The 33-year-old Barron played 12 games for the Suns in 2010-11 and last appeared in the NBA with New York in 2012-13. He has averaged 4.9 points and 3.7 rebounds in 124 games in seven seasons with Miami, New York, Phoenix, Milwaukee, Portland, Golden State and Washington. USA Today Sports

September 26, 2014 Updates

Zoran Dragic confirmed to Kosarka.si that he is going to the Phoenix Suns in the NBA. Zoran Dragic will fly to the States early next week. His contract worths $4. “We have reached a two-year agreement with the Suns” said Zoran Dragic. “I am realizing that a new career is starting for me. I am impatient and full of optimism. Over the year in Europe I have proved I can play against the best players. Sportando

September 25, 2014 Updates

Zoran's contract stipulated a $1.1 million buyout that was negotiated down to a $1 million buyout, up to $600,000 of which can be paid by the Suns. The agreement, as reported first on Twitter by trendbasket.net, was completed today so that Zoran could be in Phoenix by Monday, when the team officially reports and heads to a five-day training camp in Flagstaff. Arizona Republic

 

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