Phoenix Suns Team Page

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Current Roster:

Starting Lineup:

C Jusuf Nurkić

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F Kevin Durant

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F Eric Gordon

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G Devin Booker

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G Bradley Beal

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Key Bench Players:

G Grayson Allen


G-F David Roddy

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G Royce O’Neale

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G-F Josh Okogie

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F Damion Lee

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C Drew Eubanks

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F Thaddeus Young


G Theo Maledon (Two-Way)

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F Keita Bates-Diop

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F-C Bol Bol

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G-F Nassir Little

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G Saben Lee

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C Udoka Azubuike (Two-Way)

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Head Coach:

Frank Vogel

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Projected 2023-24 Finish:
Projected Regular Season Finish: 7th in the Western Conference
Expected Playoff Finish: Projected to lose in the 1st Round
2023-24 Preseason NBA Power Ranking: 13

Mikal Bridges was one of the best draft picks that the Suns had in their recent history.
(Photo: Chris Coduto/Getty Images, via SB Nation’s Bright Side of the Sun)

NBA Draft History:

1st Round (2017-Present):

Josh Jackson (4th overall, 2017)
Deandre Ayton (1st overall, 2018)
Mikal Bridges (10th overall, 2018)
Cameron Johnson (11th overall, 2019)
Ty Jerome (24th overall, 2019)
Jalen Smith (10th overall, 2020)

2nd Round (2017-Present):

Davon Reed (32nd overall, 2017)
Alec Peters (54th overall, 2017)
Elie Okobo (31st overall, 2018)
De’Anthony Melton (46th overall, 2018)
George King (59th overall, 2018)

Best Draft Pick (2017-Present): Mikal Bridges
Best 2nd Round Pick (2017-Present): De’Anthony Melton
Biggest Draft Day Steal (2017-Present): Mikal Bridges
Notable Draft Busts (2017-Present): Josh Jackson

(Wikipedia listed De’Anthony Melton as a Rockets’ draft pick, but he never played for Houston, as he was traded to Phoenix, so we’re counting him here. Also, we’ve decided to consider Josh Jackson as a draft bust, because even though his scoring average for his career was decent, he posted poor shooting percentages and advanced metrics, was once considered equal or on Tatum’s level as a draft prospect, and has been out of the league for the past two seasons, as he’s only played five years in the NBA.)

Past Season Reviews:

2020 Phoenix Suns (Season Grade: B)
2021 Phoenix Suns (Season Grade: A)
2022 Phoenix Suns (Season Grade: B)

Past Season Previews:

2023 Phoenix Suns (Prediction: Lose in the 1st Round, Result: Lost in the 2nd Round)
2024 Phoenix Suns (Prediction: Lose in the 1st Round, Result: TBD)

Works Cited:
No-Trade Clause
Salary Swish

Player ratings are subject to change as the season progresses. Thanks for reading.

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