Phoenix Suns' Insurance Policy: Channing Frye Agrees To Stay

Santiago M. IlizaliturriContributor IJuly 2, 2010

Many can look at the recent news of Channing Frye's new five year agreement with the Suns as an early disappointment. I choose to disagree and look at it as more of an insurance for now, while they sit back and watch Amar'e Stoudemire shop himself around. With Frye's agreement,along with being at least decent at Power Forward, The Suns may have just added more to their list of options.

A list which just had no favorable options and a couple of items marked as priorities for a good period of time: Sign or Trade Amar'e Stoudemire, and resign key players.

Now, that list has quite possibly grown in the options' category. They can keep busy on both staying up to date with Amare's status, and consider what other players (not just Power Forwards) may show interest in playing for The Suns.

My point here is that, the front office of the Suns' can now have some fun. Previous to the agreement with Frye, they didn't have much to work with.

What do you think?

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