Phoenix Suns lineup and depth chart: Shooting Guards
- Devin Booker
- Langston Galloway
- E’Twaun Moore
- Jevon Carter
- Adel Nader
* Ty-Shon Alexander (G-League)
The Phoenix Suns are as deep and talented as they have ever been at the shooting guard position. A quick look at Bookers’ backups shows us that they are all capable of hitting 40 percent from three this season, while Galloway and especially Carter can be tenacious on defense.
Langston Galloway is the real deal as a shooter. He hits 39.9 percent from three while averaging five attempts per game. Galloway was a very complete player his first few years in the league but last season with the Pistons he became a more one-dimensional successfully relying on the 3-point shot alone.
Carter isn’t going to just hand the backup job to Galloway and will probably even start the season as Booker’s backup. But there’s a reason why Galloway is making twice the bank than Carter, he’s that good.
E’Twaun Moore is a real shooting guard where he can hit from anywhere on the court as demonstrated by his career 45.5 percent field goal and 39 percent shooting stroke. He is also a solid veteran capable of playing productive minutes when he is called upon.