October 16, 2018, 4:07 pmIsaiah CanaanG, Phoenix Suns
When asked if he would be the starting point guard on Wednesday night, Isaiah Canaan said, "As of right now, that’s what it’s looking like."
The Suns cleared the point guard deck this offseason by trading Brandon Knight and then waiving Shaq Harrison, who was expected to start up until yesterday afternoon. Canaan was with the team last season before an injury cut his campaign short, so the organization is familiar with what he has to offer. There's not a ton of fantasy appeal here but if you're feeling shorthanded at guard then Canaan is the move to make, even if Elie Okobo is the better long-term play.
Source: Gina Mizell on Twitter