5 former Phoenix Suns the team can re-sign this summer

The Phoenix Suns may have to go back and sign players once once suited up for the organization this summer if they want to fill out next season's roster properly.
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4. Bismack Biyombo

The Suns couldn't go in for backup center Bismack Biyombo again, could they? If you watched the team this season, then you'll know that Drew Eubanks simply was not it for the franchise. Tons of enthusiasm on the defensive end, but rarely the kind of game that justified playing him unless you absolutely had to.

Biyombo is a better protector of the paint - and although he barely played with the Oklahoma City Thunder after landing there late in the season - he started 27-of-30 contests for the Memphis Grizzlies earlier in the year. More than that, he gave that struggled organization some consistency and veteran play at the center position.

Biyombo was at his best for the Suns when playing alongside Paul, but that is just what the "Point God" was constantly able to do in The Valley. Make limited bigs like Biyombo and Jock Landale look fantastic out there. The reality is closer to the Biyombo who once played for the Orlando Magic, one-dimensional and easy to play off the floor in certain matchups.

Yet he is still only 31-years-old, and he could actually be a viable option instead of Eubanks. Who knows, maybe the tandem of Devin Booker and Bradley Beal could get the same play out of Biyombo as Booker and Paul once did? This isn't a very inspiring choice - but as players come off the board once free agency hits - it may be a safe one that fills a real need for the team.