"I can understand the Suns are using restricted free agency against me."  The unsigned Eric Bledsoe speaks on his free agency.

Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated weighs in on whether Bledsoe is truly a max contract player.

Is Goran Dragic a max contract player?  A big payday for The Dragon could be on the horizon.

One perspective on the winners, losers, and the in-between thus far in 2014 free agency.

No rest for Miles Plumlee.  After wrapping up participating in the NBA's Summer League in Las Vegas, Plumlee is one of 13 players participating for the USA Basketball Select Team that will practice against the men's national team.

At least the departure of Dionte Christmas has provided writers the opportunity to write what they think are clever headlines. I'm better than that though.

Ish Smith wasn't out of work long.

ESPN says fantasy basketball players will find Isaiah Thomas to be a considerably less attractive option when the season begins.

It's never too early.  Ranking the rookies for the 2014-15 campaign.

More needlessly early analysis.  Power rankings for next season.

Kevin Johnson will no longer be participating in the search for a new Executive Director of the NBA's Players Association.

Here are some thoughts regarding the culture at BSOTS, and we didn't have to go far to find them.

Remember former Sun Antonio Lang?  He's back.  Lang's joining Quin Snyder's coaching staff in Utah following 13 seasons in Japan.

In underwhelming news consistent with the acquisitions of Jeremy Lin and Carlos Boozer, the Los Angeles Lakers have named Byron Scott their new head coach.

Charles Barkley has offered to pay for the funerals of three Philadelphia children killed during a carjacking.

The newest game sweeping the nation.  #NBASitcoms

Unsure if you want to try out for the Suns dance team?  Just looking to expand upon your role as a superfan?  Run through a mock audition hosted by a current Suns dancer.

Phoenix Suns forward P.J. Tucker was arrested in May on a multiple extreme DUI charges after being pulled over for a traffic violation, according to the Scottsdale Police. Paul Coro was first to...

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P.J. Tucker was arrested in Scottsdale, Arizona for "Super-Extreme D.U.I." on May 10th.

P.J. Tucker, the Phoenix Suns' forward who recently re-signed with the Phoenix Suns for a three-year, $16.5 million dollar contract, was arrested in Scottsdale, Arizona for "Super-Extreme D.U.I." on May 10th, according to a story by Paul Coro of the AZ Republic.

Evidently, Tucker was pulled over by Scottsdale police after rolling slowly through a stop sign.  The officer reported the strong presence of alcohol and asked Tucker to submit to a field sobriety test, which he failed.

When Tucker was given a blood alcohol test at the police station, it reportedly showed his B.A.C. to be .222, more than twice the legal limit and over the threshold of .20 which is then considered to be a "super-extreme DUI", according to Arizona law.

In all, Tucker was charged with running a stop sign, and four counts of driving under the influence, including the most severe count of super-extreme D.U.I.

P.J. has yet to be prosecuted, and is of course innocent until proven guilty.  However, if convicted of super-extreme D.U.I., the minimum sentence would involve at least 45 days in jail.

The Suns' organization was apparently aware of Tucker's arrest before P.J. signed his new contract, so this doesn't appear to have any immediate implications regarding his status with the team.  However, he could also face additional punishment from the league, such as fines and suspensions, if found guilty.

Eric Bledsoe’s first comments about his free agency read somewhere in between frustration and fact-stating. They were probably closer to the latter. It’s good news for the Phoenix Suns,...

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Hey, Bright Siders, time to live up to your moniker...

Here at Bright Side of the Sun we try to mix in a variety of things from news coverage, inside the locker room analysis, narrative, opinion, objective, entertainment, and more.

During the season we are at games, practices, and everything in-between providing you, our readers, with the best team coverage in the game. Thanks to you we are able to do the things we do, have a voice, and run this awesome website here through SB Nation.

Now we would like to ask you a simple question: What would you like us to start, continue, and stop doing on the site?

We produce two podcasts, have round table discussions, and so much more.

Who would you like to hear on these podcasts as future guests?

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For anyone that has been in business or studied business the concept of Start, Stop, and Continue is a simple one that allows for self reflection through feedback. Help us help you help us help you... Right?

Throw your thoughts in the comments and I will log them all (so make me work) for future podcasts, round tables, and more on the site going forward. As always, we all here genuinely appreciate the community, comments, passion, and most of all loyalty from our Bright Siders!

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