The Phoenix Suns will need everything in their power to turn around their season in 2024, but these three players are not expected to be on the team until then.
The 30 games played so far have given the Suns enough time to decide who on their roster is worth keeping around for the long term, and those three need to go. It was never going to work for all the players they signed this offseason when they overhauled their roster – but as Gilbert Arenas put it so bluntly recently – there’s just no depth here at the – beyond their three star players and a few half-decent actors.It’s unclear how the Suns will move on from certain players on their roster in favor of better contributors, as they don’t have the cap space, draft picks or players that other teams would be comfortable trading for. ‘to exchange. But even if the return of these three guys is minimal, they will all need to be left off this list in the new year. 3. Bowl BowlLet’s start with the obvious here, and Bol Bol’s days with the Suns are certainly numbered. He has only appeared in eight games this season and has averaged less than three minutes on the court on each of those occasions. Bol’s numbers don’t even need to be mentioned because they practically don’t exist.It will be a sad end to a tenure that never really got off to a good start in The Valley – but if the Suns don’t exploit his enigmatic talents when they struggled early in the season, there won’t be a chance May he have a chance in the new year. Every match will be too important and it is clear that coach Frank Vogel does not trust Bol on the pitch. In defense he continues to bring nothing, while in attack he could have been a mystery for the opponents to solve if he had been used more. But that wasn’t the case, even though coach Vogel announced to the media a few weeks ago that Bol would get his chance. That hasn’t happened, and it certainly won’t happen if Bradley Beal is healthy and the rotation shrinks. The San Antonio Spurs were rumored to have some interest in Bol, but even if nothing comes of it, he should be cut so that his prized roster spot can be given to someone who can actually contribute. Point guard Ricky Rubio is the final potential candidate – but if not him, then someone with experience who can help the Suns as the regular season progresses.