Phoenix Suns: Projected 2020-21 Depth Chart

by December 22, 2020
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Devin Booker and Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns

For the first time in a while, the Phoenix Suns could be one of the better teams in the Western Conference. After acquiring Chris Paul early in the offseason, the time is now to start being competitive in Phoenix.

We broke down the Suns’ depth chart for the 2020-21 season below. We’ve also previously published a summary of the Suns’ offseason.

Point Guard
Chris Paul
Jevon Carter
Cameron Payne
Shooting Guard
Devin Booker
Langston Galloway
Ty-Shon Alexander
Small Forward
Mikal Bridges
Abdel Nader
E’Twaun Moore
Power Forward
Jae Crowder
Cameron Johnson
Jalen Smith
Dario Saric
Center
Deandre Ayton
Damian Jones

Biggest Questions

  • Can Chris Paul stay healthy? He was able to last season in Oklahoma City which was a huge reason he was able to repair his image and earn All-NBA Second Team honors. In the past, injuries have struck Paul at the worst of times, which would be devastating if that were to happen in Phoenix.
  • What is the next level for Devin Booker? He’s already one of the best players in the NBA, but playing alongside Chris Paul should take his game to a place we have never seen from him.

All NBA Team Offseason Summaries

AtlanticCentralSoutheast
BostonChicagoAtlanta
BrooklynClevelandCharlotte
New YorkDetroitMiami
PhiladelphiaIndianaOrlando
TorontoMilwaukeeWashington
NorthwestPacificSouthwest
DenverGolden StateDallas
MinnesotaLA ClippersMemphis
OklahomaLA LakersNew Orleans
PortlandPhoenixHouston
UtahSacramentoSan Antonio
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