With the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NBA draft, the Phoenix Suns chose University of Arizona’s Deandre Ayton. After five years with the franchise, the team is still waiting for the 25-year-old to have his much anticipated breakout season and are unsure of his dedication to the team.
As a part of the Suns’ heavy offseason moves, the team acquired Drew Eubanks from Portland under a two-year deal with a player option. In his two previous seasons with the Trail Blazers, Eubanks averaged 8.4 points and 6 rebounds per game.
At center, Eubanks is a good addition to the Sun’s team and a solid backup to Ayton. Last season, Ayton missed 15 games averaging 18 points, 1.7 assists and 10 rebounds per game. Eubanks missed only four games last season with the Blazers.
Eubanks came at the perfect time for the Phoenix after it was reported that the Suns…