This could hurt with acquiring ping pong balls but it also should help the Suns avoid more 50 point blowouts. You got to take the good with the bad and having a real NBA caliber PG starting for us is a good thing. He's not an All-Star and I highly doubt he has the talent to win games for us single handed so I'm ok with this. After the Spurs game it was clear something should be done and since this only cost the team a 2nd round pick, that they acquired with Daniels this summer makes it an even better trade since it cost the Suns essentially nothing. I haven't seen Payton play much but I remember Magic fans liked his selection when he was drafted, claiming that Payton and Oladipo would make a great defensive backcourt in a few years time. They don't have either of them now and nothing to show for it either so it sucks for them but I'm glad the Suns have a real PG for the rest of the year. Ulis can settle himself back into the backup role and if he doesn't start playing better it wouldn't be surprising if he's not kept beyond this season. They can continue giving G-League players a look after Gray's 10 day deal is finished. I'd rather see G-League players auditioned as backups than starters also, which is how it should be anyways but the Suns have been lacking a real PG almost all season.