It seems he didn't get a "Welcome" thread like Kaminsky, Baynes, Cam Johnson, Ty Jerome, or any of the offseason acquisitions did. Not sure how that happened. I guess with the draft day trades though more people were trying to make sense of what went down than thinking of what Saric may bring. Saric will be entering his 4th year as a pro in the NBA next year despite being drafted 12th back in 2014. He stayed overseas for a while after he was drafted but came over when "The Process" started trying to turn the corner in Philly. He finished in 2nd place in Rookie of the Year voting in 2017 behind Malcolm Brogdon but that was a weak rookie class that year. Saric showed he was ready to contribute in the NBA right away so staying in Europe worked for the best. He's 25 now and will be throughout next season as he turns 26 in April. That places him much closer in age to Booker (23) and Ayton (21) than some of our offseason acquisitions like Rubio (29) and Baynes (33). Should he fit well though we'll be able to resign him or match any offer he receives since he will be a restricted free agent next offseason, provided we extend a qualifying offer to him. His qualifying offer will be $4.7 million and cap hold will be $10.4 million according to Spotrac. So it's good to know that we have the ability to lock him down for the future if he works out well here. I know he's not a shotblocking PF like a Serge Ibaka, which would probably be the ideal PF to pair with Ayton, but he's someone who can play with a scoring Center, he's done it with Embiid and Karl-Anthony Towns already. He has shown enough that it's reasonable to think he can be a good role playing PF for us next season. He's not ancient like Ryan Anderson. So what do people hope to see from him next year? What would he need to do for you to think the Suns should extend the qualifying offer to him, at the least?