Phoenix Suns: NBA Draft
Some diamonds in the rough of the NBA Draft
The Phoenix Suns hosted several lottery prospects for their 4th and 13th overall selections, including Marquese Chriss, Dragan Bender, Denzel Valentine, Timothe Luwawu and Deyonta Davis.
Dejounte Murray was given an individual workout on Friday. Does his skill set fit well with the Suns?
Phoenix Suns Pre-Draft Workouts Day 12: Labissiere, Johnson, and Poeltl look to fill the gap at the four spot
The front office was clearly trying to quench their thirst for a power forward with today's workouts.
With some international flavor!
Though Jaylen Brown is being defined by merely his basketball talents, there is plenty more to the California forward than one would think.
The Phoenix Suns brought in six more prospects to duke it out on the workout circuit on Friday. Who surprised, who faltered, and who in the world is Guerschon Yabusele?
Dontas Sabonis elects to fly solo and Cheick Diallo impresses in day 8 of pre-draft workouts.
Hernangomez has everything a team could want in a modern big, but will consistency troubles hurt his value at the next level?
With twelve prospects on the docket, there is a lot to dive into after day 7.
Baldwin, Bembry, Brogdon -- Oh my!
Nobody is talking about the Weber State big man, and I for one want to change that.
A new NCAA rule has given prospects more power to evaluate their draft stock. Will the new rule impact how the Suns view certain prospects?
With a good mix of both positives and negatives, teams will either fight or flight on Baldwin's draft stock.
Deyonta Davis is a promising young big man out of Michigan State that could be in play with the Suns' second lottery pick. Let's take a look at his strengths and weaknesses and examine how he would fit in with the rest of the Suns' core.
We know that Dragan Bender has the skills to become a good NBA player, but the big question about any young player is his drive and toughness. Bender has those in spades.