December 18, 2017, 2:02 pm
Ulis bent his finger late in Phoenix’s last game but is good to go. Fire him up where you can, as he’s got a really tight grip on the starting job and should produce top-125 numbers thanks to strong output in terms of assists and steals. Canaan had a terrific Suns debut and has earned the work in the short term. Mike James was a DNP in the last one after Canaan didn’t give him a chance to get off the bench and is a drop candidate. While the arrangement may not stick, especially considering Phoenix converted James’ contract into a regular NBA deal, his prospects aren’t promising in the near future.