The Phoenix Suns have a lot of reason for optimism as the 2018/19 season approaches. With plenty of young talent, and an enthusiastic front-office, they're poised to make a lot of noise.
Still, it hasn't slowed their dreams of an improvement at the point. Obviously, the team will be lead by Booker and Ayton, but having a solid, veteran savvy PG to direct the offense would go leaps and bounds on improving the season.
And, according to Arizona Sports radio analyst John Gambadoro, they've already got a few names in mind.
The Phoenix Suns are still actively seeking out a point guard on the trade market, 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s John Gambadoro reports.
Among targets, the Suns have discussed the Los Angeles Clippers’ Patrick Beverley, Indiana’s Cory Joseph and the Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie.
Clearly, the Suns appear to be looking for a two-way player... and as far as that goes, they could definitely do a lot worse.
But we'll see if they can pull through on their mission.