Suns Sign 2 Super Athletic Phoenix-Bred Guards To Camp Roster

The Phoenix Suns continue to make player moves, with less than a week to go before final rosters need to be submitted. After waiving 5-year veteran Frank Johnson on Tuesday, they've signed two more guards to the mix—both super athletic, and both of whom went to high school in the Phoenix area.

Adonis Arms was waived by the Denver Nuggets only a few days ago. He went undrafted in the 2022 NBA Draft, but is apparently thrilled to be brought into the fold by the Suns organization. 

He's known as a decisive attacker with athleticism on defense. And that's not to mention that he has one of the great all-time names. 

Saben Lee, the other Phoenix-area guard added by the Suns, was waived by the Utah Jazz this past weekend. He also brings some serious athleticism along with playmaking and the ability to play defense. And the 6'2" guard with the 6'9" wingspan can get some serious air time: 

Either of these players can add some much-needed athleticism to the Phoenix backcourt. They've got just a few days to impress and earn a spot.