The Pulse: Channing Frye most likely of Suns' key free agents to leave
Tuesday, we asked which of the Suns' three key free agents is most likely to be playing for another team next season.
A total of 794 votes were submitted, and it wasn't even close, as Channing Frye, who opted out of the final year of his contract to become a free agent, getting 602 votes, or 76 percent.
Trailing Frye was restricted free agent P.J. Tucker, as he received 113 votes, or 14 percent.
Fellow restricted free agent Eric Bledsoe, according to our readers, is the least likely of the three to depart. The rising star got 79 votes, or just 10 percent.
The NBA's free agency period officially opened last Monday at 9:00 p.m. Arizona time, though players are not allowed to sign with teams until July 10.
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