Phoenix Suns 2014 Draft Report Card

06/27/2014 4:13 PM

06/27/2014 4:19 PM

( - The Phoenix Suns confused me like no other on this draft day.

With three picks in the first round, the Suns got some high-quality talent, but it just didn't feel like a massive haul.

Warren is a great scorer. The best way to describe him is, despite lacking superior athleticism, he just finds a way to put the ball in the hoop. Phoenix needed help at small forward.

Ennis is someone who could play for my team. He's a gamer and was by far the best point guard available at 18. (Sorry, Shabazz Napier fans.) Ennis will fill the backup point guard role and could see more minutes if Eric Bledsoe bolts via free agency.

Bogdanovich is a strong scorer, although not a strong shooter, or a great athlete. He's been a winner at every level and in every league. Bogdanovich is also a decent play-maker. He may not be in Phoenix next season, but he's a solid stash candidate.

Again, I like all three, but it just doesn't wow me.

Grade: B-

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