4 players the Suns can steal from the reeling Cavaliers

The Phoenix Suns are going to have to get creative to get better this offseason, and targeting the reeling Cleveland Cavaliers could be one way to do so.
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3. Marcus Morris Sr.

Continuing the trend of players who have already suited up for the Suns, and now could be the moment to bring back Marcus Morris Sr. to the organization. He's 34-years-old and will be a restricted free agent - and although he may well get offers to play elsewhere - the opportunity to at least entice him on a minimum deal to play with three stars is there for the Suns.

Would he be guaranteed to play each night? Probably not, but Morris did manage to play 37 times for the Philadelphia 76ers last season, including seven starts. Playing 17.2 minutes per night and shooting 40 percent from deep on 2.4 attempts per game is not nothing either, and you have to think that number would only go up next to Booker and Durant.

On the defensive end Morris has certainly slowed down, but he is a big body who has plenty of experience in the league. Like a slightly younger, more useful Thaddeus Young, who the Suns went and got in the buyout market and then barely ever used. Morris would - if nothing else - give the franchise more than that.

He would also represent the polar opposite to what a player like Bol Bol can give to this group. He is a big man who is allergic to the paint and is an offensive luxury, while Morris has no problem banging inside and gives a bit more defensively. It could hurt for new head coach Mike Budenholzer to have a bit of that at the end of his bench to call upon on any given night.