From the East Valley Tribune:
NBA sources say the Suns brain trust is split between those who want to give this team another shot at success, those who think it's now time for a major move and those who are on the fence after only 24 games.Sources say there's a split; Kerr claims this is nothing new, but stresses "evaluation mode," which doesn't sound like idle contemplation. Either way, this is hardly the vibe of a hardy contender. With Steve Nash not getting younger, the Suns are running low on team. Maybe this season's start -- which has them looking good, but not dominant -- was the wake-up call the franchise needed. With the rampage over, it's time to face facts, and maybe shake things up before it's too late.
"If we're ever going to be a championship team, we have to improve defensively," is as far as Suns general manager Steve Kerr would go Sunday. "We're watching this run of games against top competition (Utah, New Orleans, San Antonio and Dallas) very carefully. We've been talking about it but we talk all the time. Are there are concerns? Sure. I'd say we're definitely in evaluation mode," Kerr said.