Suns Re-Sign Dario Saric To Three-Year Deal

NOVEMBER 29: Saric’s agreement with the Suns is now official, the team announced in a press release.


NOVEMBER 23: The Suns and restricted free agent Dario Saric have agreed to a new deal, reports ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski (Twitter link). Agents Jeff Schwartz and Mike Lindeman tell Wojnarowski that their client will sign a three-year, $27MM contract.

Saric averaged 10.7 PPG, 6.2 RPG, and 1.9 APG in 66 games (24.7 MPG) for the Suns in 2019/20, with a shooting line of .476/.357/.844. The 26-year-old, who was the 24th-ranked player on our list of this fall’s top free agents, will resume his role as a stretch four in Phoenix for the coming season.

While Frank Kaminsky and Aron Baynes are no longer in the picture for the Suns, the team did reach an agreement to sign Jae Crowder, who figures to see some time at the four as well as the three.

In addition to bringing back Saric and landing Crowder, the Suns also traded for Chris Paul, agreed to re-sign Jevon Carter, struck a deal with E’Twaun Moore, and selected Jalen Smith with the No. 10 pick in the draft. The Suns are looking to build on their 8-0 performance during the NBA’s summer restart and return to the playoffs in 2021.

With Saric off the board, Brandon Ingram and Bogdan Bogdanovic are the only non-two-way restricted free agents whose contract situations have yet to be resolved. Ingram is expected to re-sign with the Pelicans, while Bogdanovic is waiting to see if the Kings will match the offer sheet he signed with Atlanta.

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7 thoughts on “Suns Re-Sign Dario Saric To Three-Year Deal

  1. Pretty nice contract. This guy is everything dragan Bender wished he could be. Fantastic shooter and knows how to play.

  2. kyokodoko

    Good signing at a good price. He could out play his contract this year and be a bargain.

  3. Loving this Suns offseason! Good signing and hope to see Saric improve on his bubble success

  4. Sillivan

    5th seed Jazz
    6th seed Blazers
    7th seed Rockets
    Who is a better team?
    Suns or Mavs?

  5. PhillyPhan69

    I was kind of hoping we could bring the Homie back on our MLE…but good for him and the Suns. I would love to see things work out, he is still a folk hero in Philly

  6. coldbeer

    Hard to believe other teams wouldn’t offer up $10+ mil for more years for Saric. He fits the modern game and has high upside, on top of solid numbers.

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