Entering free agency this offseason, no one expected Paul Millsap to garner an expensive deal with a team. However, it’s slightly surprising to see the veteran forward still without a team at this point in the offseason.
Millsap was a key member of the Denver Nuggets for the past four seasons after a solid career with the Atlanta Hawks and the Utah Jazz.
Even at 36 years old, Millsap can be a productive bench player for a team that has their sights on a title like the Phoenix Suns do.
Jae Crowder is slated to start at power forward again in 2021-22, but bringing in a veteran like Millsap can provide more depth in the frontcourt, especially if Dario Saric misses time to begin the upcoming season.
Bringing in Paul Millsap for the vet minimum would be a major move for the Suns entering the 2021-22 campaign.