Another Alvan Adams, who was 6'9"-212. Our Power Forwards had to cover Center. Except Ayton is 6'11" (formerly 7'0")-249. Two inches taller and 37 pounds heavier. We have a right (and need) to expect more than finesse from Ayton. But then, he was playing Power Forward at UofA when we drafted him. Someone on the Suns should have researched it when we made him the #1 pick . . . . . . . . . to play Center. Which is why we need to move him back to Power Forward and obtain a legitimate starting Center, at least on offense. Even if Ayton is our leading rebounder from the PF position. But then, he probably wouldn't be because he is an opportunity rebounder, not a power rebounder. Doesn't that sound logical? It is a complex situation and requires complex thinking by Suns coaches. It reminds me of the ol' Baltimore Bullets when they had the tall chiseled Elvin Hayes at Power Forward and the shorter squat Wes Unseld at Center. When you looked at the Big 'E', you would have assumed that he was the Center. Nope, he was the PF. And IIRC, they won a Championship with that lineup. Something the Suns have never accomplished. There is a precedent!