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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2. Isaac Okoro

By far the most ambitious name on this list - and for that reason the most unlikely - is going after Isaac Okoro. The defensive-minded forward would be an excellent addition, and somebody who would immediately be miles better than similar guys the Suns have on their roster such as Josh Okogie and Eric Gordon.

Okoro is only 23-years-old, but has 279 regular season games and 17 playoff appearances under his belt. The thought of having him occupy the position Grayson Allen currently does on this roster - and subsequently having Allen come off the bench - is one Suns fans would love to see realized.

Unfortunately it is extremely unlikely - although not impossible - to see happen. Okoro is a restricted free agent this summer, and the Suns obviously cannot send an offer sheet his way. But if he were to sign for something close to the four years and $80 million Allen got, which is not impossible at all, then perhaps a sign-and-trade could be worked out?

Similarly, Royce O'Neale is yet to get extended by the Suns - and although owner Mat Ishbia has gone on record as saying that will happen - he too could be used in a sign-and-trade deal. Why would the Cavaliers want to do that? Perhaps they think the shooting of Allen or O'Neale is the way to go around Mobley and Garland, or maybe they're going to blow it all up and start over.