What the Suns should do with their $60 million payroll

Phoenix Suns General Manager Ryan McDonough is the man who will make a big impact on the team’s payroll in 2018-19.

McDonough and the Suns brass are expected to make an announcement on their offseason plans Thursday.

Phoenix will be spending $60M over the next four years on players, including a projected $28M in player salaries, which will make the franchise’s payroll more than $150M for the first time in franchise history.

This is a great time for the Suns to make a splash with big-name free agents and draft picks.

McDonoh has a number of big-time free agents he wants to lock down in 2018, including Eric Bledsoe, Ryan Kelly, Markieff Morris, Brandon Knight and Isaiah Thomas.

McDonoh and his staff will be looking to get those deals done by the start of training camp, and they’re not going to let any of the free agents slip by.

As for the draft, McDonaugh and his front office are going to want to take advantage of the rising salary cap in 2018.

They have a number available on draft picks, including Deandre Ayton, Jordan Adams, Tyus Jones, Ty Lawson and a number from other teams.

When Will Americans Learn to Scramble?

The words “scrambled” and “scrap” are often used interchangeably.

The term was coined by historian and professor David Gergen to describe a phenomenon he called “scratching” which he described as a deliberate attempt to learn something.

In this article, we will examine the origins of the term, how it came to be, and its definition.

Scrambling is a common term in the English language, often used in a derogatory sense to describe people who are too easily fooled.

In its current use, however, it has come to have a different meaning than the dictionary definition suggests.

Scraping is not only the act of using another person’s words or words of a similar meaning, but also the act or activity of doing the opposite of the original words or phrases.

The dictionary definition of scrambling reads: “a practice or action of making one’s own words worse by substituting words with those of another; to put one’s words in the wrong order.”

The term “scrubbing” is more apt in describing a practice of scrawling words on the back of an article or in the margins of a book.

It is a way of scribing or stamping out or obliterating words in a way that will not appear on the front of the book.

This practice is called “spacing.”

The word “scrapping” was coined to describe the act in which a writer or writer’s assistant takes down a piece of paper and scrawls words on it, in a very sloppy and sloppy way.

The act of scrapping can be considered vandalism.

Scrapping is not always considered vandalism, however.

It may even be a legitimate form of artistic expression.

The word has been used to refer to writing or art, even in the early days of the printing press.

Scratching is one of the many forms of writing.

Scribbling can be used to write words in many different ways, depending on the subject matter, the word you are writing, and the time and place of the writing.

Sometimes a scriper might write a word over and over, adding lines and words to the page.

Scribbling is also a way to put an artist’s name to a piece.

For example, a person writing in a book might say, “I am not writing this to be a copyist, but to give a message to you, that I am an artist who writes the same way you do, and you can take your message to the next level by making your own word of the year, and putting it on the cover of the next book.”

Scrap is another form of writing that may include words or other writing that is copied, written over, and/or erased.

Scratch is the opposite: a writer writes over and/and over again without altering the original.

It also can include words that have been changed in some way.

A writer may scratch the words in an essay to make them easier to read or to remove some of the text.

Scrawls and scrawling can be combined to create “scrape” or “scratched.”

The original word or phrase can be scraped or scritched.

Scratched words can be the same words in different ways.

Scrawl, for example, is the process of inserting or adding a word or phrases into a written document.

Scrips, on the other hand, are words or sentences written with a pen or stylus.

Scripting and scripping are not necessarily synonymous.

Scrape, for instance, can mean to take a word out of context, to add an incorrect or incorrect interpretation, to make a sentence or paragraph more or less complete, or to make the sentence or paragraphs look more or more like the original original.

Scritbling is when someone adds words or passages of text to a work of art or fiction, especially a book or magazine.

Scrawling, on an artistic level, is when the words or the writing are written in the same manner as a writer.

Scrimping is when an artist makes changes to the words, or the words and the writing of a work.

Scribes can also use scrapings and scrounging to write their own work.

Sometimes writers have a scrapbook or scrapbook of words or stories that they can refer to later.

Scribe’s scrapbook, for the layman, is a collection of letters or passages that they have written or said in the course of their life.

Scrypter, for those who work with art, is also an artistically created collection of words, stories, and other pieces of text.

The work of a scribe or scripper can also be considered a work in progress.

Sculptor, artist, and writer Artists have a lot of work to do, whether it be creating new works, creating new forms of art, or creating new kinds of