The Suns are facing a $12 million luxury tax hit if they keep all their core players and if they sign 3 first round picks. If Atlanta doesn't land a top 3 pick Phoenix will get their lottery pick. Phoenix also owns Cleveland's number 21 pick and their own pick at 29.
While they came ever so close to the top tier in the playoffs this season, I expect them to make some changes and some deals to avoid the luxury tax hit as well as to address some deficiencies. According to AZCentral, Marion's name has been surfacing in trade talks. If I had my preference, Marion would be the veteran we should go for. It is possible that Phoenix will also try to trade some of their picks as well. They may consider an expiring contract such as Ratliff's along with a young player to make some space under the luxury tax level.
They are also trying to move Marcus Banks who hasn't panned out to be the back up for Steve Nash that they had hoped he would be. Been there, done that, and not interested. Let's hope that Danny keeps them in mind when searching out trading partners this off season.