That leaves Bledsoe with about three options according to Nick Borges of ESPN. Borges brokedown those options over on ESPN in NBA Rumors section.
Bledsoe has three options to choose from: 1) Agree to a new contract with the Suns; 2) Get another team to extend an offer sheet; and 3) Sign his qualifying offer worth $3,726,966 which will make him an unrestricted free agent in 2015.
This information was given out on Friday, but Matt Jones put a tweet out, which was posted on his Kentucky Sports Radio website, that there are reports that Bledsoe could be traded from the Suns for Laker Rookie, and former UK power-foward - Julius Randle.
~ Scott Roach ~