Picking 14th, do the Suns have enough for Love?

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John Abraham and Carson Palmer said all the right things Tuesday afternoon at the first day of Cardinal OTA’s. Palmer gushing about the development of WR Michael Floyd was the headline of the day.
Abraham being very straight forward and stern in his belief that this is a group that should be playing games in January was the other…

Good things happen to good people. Case in point, Cavaliers GM David Griffin getting the first pick in the NBA draft lottery. “Griff” was well liked throughout his run with the Phoenix Suns. I used to talk to Griff in the mid-90’s when he served as a PR assistant for the Suns.
In terms of the Suns picking 14th in the draft, I have to believe that they don’t have the picks now to get Kevin Love out of Minnesota. Hope I”m wrong…

ESPN baseball ace and Valley resident Pedro Gomez told me on Tuesdays show to keep on eye on St. Louis Cardinal bench coach Mike Aldrete as the person to replace Kirk Gibson if a change comes this season…

Wayne Gretzky has been on my mind this week. Watching the passion in LA over the Kings and then wondering why didn’t he bring anything to the Valley other than his name. The Coyotes should be more relevant in Arizona after having the Gretzky name attached for a decade. Instead, he’s just a footnote in Arizona…

Grand Canyon University has Kentucky and Indiana on the basketball schedule next fall and it’s looking like the ‘Lopes will play at Duke in 2015.
I am also hearing that the Western Athletic Conference basketball tourney may pull out of Las Vegas and play in Phoenix. Too bad, I like going from the Pac-12, Mountain West, and WAC all going at the same time in Sin City.
GCU has become the anchor school for the WAC in just one calendar year. Disagree? Having the Phoenix TV market, the millions that the school spends in national marketing, and a very deep and competitive sports program, the WAC is lucky to have GCU on board…

Media personality Brad Cesmat first rose to fame in Southern California with the launching of "The Mighty 690" all-sports radio station in the late 1980's and early 90's. Brad came to Arizona in 1993 to begin a 10-year run at KTAR Radio followed by nine years at KTVK-TV in Phoenix. Brad is the Founder/ CEO of Sports360AZ.com. His vision of multi platform content marketing through sports began in September of 2011. Cesmat has served on the Advisory Board for the Salvation Army for the last 18 years. He and his wife Chris have four children.