August 31, 2018, 1:13 amRyan AndersonF, Phoenix Suns
The Suns will use the newly-acquired Ryan Anderson as their starting power forward, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
That would be generally unwise. An Anderson-Deandre Ayton frontcourt pairing might as well be a swinging gate for opposing offenses while the Suns have plenty of other better options to soak up minutes at power forward — Trevor Ariza, T.J. Warren, Josh Jackson and Mikal Bridges chief among them. If Anderson does indeed start, he'd need minutes in the high twenties to do more than pump out 3-point specialist numbers. We're skeptical that he lasts long in the role, and the Suns may still have another transaction coming to help clear the deck a bit. This news does give Ryno a glimmer of hope in fantasy formats but we're still shying away in 12-team leagues.
Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter