The 2023-24 Phoenix Suns possess a loaded roaster this season but also a very unique one in that they don’t have a true point guard among their Top 8 rotation players.
Phoenix will rely on the ballhandling and playmaking of newly acquired star Bradley Beal as well as All-Star Devin Booker for those duties, which will be interesting considering the former’s turnover problems in the past. Along with their star backcourt, the Suns also bring back future Hall-of-Famer Kevin Durant, still in his prime though maybe at the twilight of it based on his injury problems over recent years.
The Suns also finally cut ties with former No. 1 overall pick Deandre Ayton, famously taken over Luka Doncic back in 2018, trading him to Portland in exchange for Jusuf Nurkic, a limited center defensively though a far better playmaker on offense.
Below, the 2023-24 Phoenix Suns depth chart: starters and backups.
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