When Orlando Magic forward Channing Frye signed a 4-year, $32-million deal with his new team, there weren't any indications of animosity between Frye and his former team, the Phoenix Suns. Now that we're a few months into the season, however, Suns owner Robert Sarver apparently has some thoughts about the way in which Frye and the Suns parted ways. Sarver told Arizona Sports 98.7 that Frye, an unrestricted free agent, hardly gave Phoenix a chance to match Orlando's offer this past summer. That's Frye's prerogative; once an NBA player is free from restricted free agency, he's under no obligation whatsoever to even give his former team the option to match. Frye and the Suns were a good fit, though, so if the two sides could work something out, it would have made sense. On the other hand, Sarver's recent comments seem to indicate that the Suns had no intention of bringing Frye back, regardless: