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There are a lot of executive-level chairs in the NBA that get very lonely and very warm every winter: all the well-thought-out plans from the offseason having unraveled as quickly as the weather turns; all the public cries for a flogging, if not a firing, growing louder by the loss.

Winter is about the only time of year in Phoenix when the weather cools off some, but for Suns general manager Steve Kerr, December 2008 was as hot and uncomfortable as any day in July.

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