5 players the Suns should sign on minimum deals this summer

The Phoenix Suns are going to have to get the most out of minimum contracts again this summer, and these five players would be excellent additions.
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4. Bol Bol

Hard as it may be to believe, the Suns have to try and get Bol to come back on the minimum again for next season. Doing so would add a little bit of continuity to the end of their bench, while working out with Kevin Durant and Chet Holmgren already this summer shows he is taking the chance to get better seriously.

Durant and assistant coach David Fizdale were just two of the many vocal supporters of Bol, and every fan in Phoenix appeared to be a fan of the energy he brought to the group. A dreadful defender, the fact he managed to crack previous head coach Frank Vogel's rotation for parts of the regular season shows you how hard he tried to contribute.

A new and more offensive-minded leading man in Mike Budenholzer could get even more out of Bol, while he continues to be a player the Suns could throw out there for five minutes to confuse opponents and knock down a 3-pointer. His ability to handle the ball kept fans engaged when on the court too.

Bol's fit in The Valley was great, and right now it doesn't look like anybody else is going to try and sign him for more money and to a longer deal. If you've got Durant, O'Neale, Nurkic, Devin Booker, Grayson Allen and Bradley Beal then you've got something, and Bol sliding in behind two more new additions this summer would make sense for all involved.