The Phoenix Suns are still looking for ways to upgrade their roster after falling just short in the NBA Finals and then making a few key moves in free agency, including giving Chris Paul a new long-term contract.

Bleacher Report’s Jake Fischer reports the Suns are gauging trade interest in 202o lottery pick Jalen Smith, and Evan Sidery of BasketballNews.com names Thaddeus Young and Larry Nance Jr. as two veterans to watch as possible trade targets if they want to try to package Smith and the injured Dario Saric.

Young is currently slated to be on his way to the San Antonio Spurs as part of the DeMar DeRozan sign-and-trade deal with the Chicago Bulls. However, that deal hasn’t yet been made official. Perhaps there’s an opportunity to get Young to the Suns in a three-team trade. The veteran forward just had one of the best seasons of his career and would be an outstanding depth piece in Phoenix.

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Nance would also be a solid option. The Cleveland Cavaliers’ big man dealt with injury issues this past season and appeared in only 35 games, but he’s a bouncy, versatile player who can play both frontcourt positions. Like Young, he’s a stellar passer for his position.

The Suns are looking for better frontcourt depth because Saric tore his ACL early in the NBA Finals. He was Deandre Ayton’s primary backup all season and will miss most or all of next season. Frank Kaminsky is back in the fold, but Phoenix needs a better player than him to sub in for Ayton. It appears they’re trying to make that happen.