The Suns' brass apparently wasn't content with a depth chart of Brandon Knight, Sonny Weems, Archie Goodwin and Devin Booker at shooting guard, and have reportedly agreed on a free-agent deal with Terrico White, who appears to also be a shooting guard.

RealGM Sources: Guard Terrico White -- 36th overall pick in 2010 -- agrees on free-agent deal with the Phoenix Suns. http://t.co/g73VSFAEaa

— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) August 20, 2015

Last year they opened the season with a shooting guard stable of Goran Dragic, Gerald Green, Goodwin and Zoran Dragic. Now, with White in the fold, they are poised to do pretty much the same thing except plus an extra guy.

Guardmageddon 2: Still Acquirin'

All kidding aside, there have been no details released re: White's contract, which likely will be as innocuous as they come. In terms of significance, this is about on par with last summer's decision to guarantee Shavlik Randolph's contract for another year.

He is now the fourteenth player on the Suns' roster for the 2015/16 season and that's really all you need to know.

But since he's a Sun, let's take a moment to get to know him.

  • His name is Terrico White.
  • He is 6 feet and 5 inches
  • He played college at Ole Miss (which fun way of saying "Mississippi")
  • He was drafted 36th overall by Detroit in the 2010 NBA Draft
  • He has yet to register a minute of official court time in the NBA
  • He played the last three seasons overseas, averaging 11.4 PPG, 3.4 RPG and 1.5 APG in 2014/15 for Enisey in Russia
  • This is what his face looks like:

  • Remember that face

And here are some links and vids for your consumption. He should at least make pregame warmups more interesting. Welcome to Phoenix, Terrico!

Draft Express Profile: Terrico White

2014 interview with SB Nation's Ridiculous Upside

Follow him on Twitter, @TerricoWhite5

The Suns' brass apparently wasn't content with a depth chart of Brandon Knight, Sonny Weems, Archie Goodwin and Devin Booker at shooting guard, and have reportedly agreed on a free-agent deal with Terrico White, who appears to also be a shooting guard.

RealGM Sources: Guard Terrico White -- 36th overall pick in 2010 -- agrees on free-agent deal with the Phoenix Suns. http://t.co/g73VSFAEaa

— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) August 20, 2015

Last year they opened the season with a shooting guard stable of Goran Dragic, Gerald Green, Goodwin and Zoran Dragic. Now, with White in the fold, they are poised to do pretty much the same thing except plus an extra guy.

Guardmageddon 2: Still Acquirin'

All kidding aside, there have been no details released re: White's contract, which likely will be as innocuous as they come. In terms of significance, this is about on par with last summer's decision to guarantee Shavlik Randolph's contract for another year.

He is now the fourteenth player on the Suns' roster for the 2015/16 season and that's really all you need to know.

But since he's a Sun, let's take a moment to get to know him.

  • His name is Terrico White.
  • He is 6 feet and 5 inches
  • He played college at Ole Miss (which fun way of saying "Mississippi")
  • He was drafted 36th overall by Detroit in the 2010 NBA Draft
  • He has yet to register a minute of official court time in the NBA
  • He played the last three seasons overseas, averaging 11.4 PPG, 3.4 RPG and 1.5 APG in 2014/15 for Enisey in Russia
  • This is what his face looks like:

  • Remember that face

And here are some links and vids for your consumption. He should at least make pregame warmups more interesting. Welcome to Phoenix, Terrico!

Draft Express Profile: Terrico White

2014 interview with SB Nation's Ridiculous Upside

Follow him on Twitter, @TerricoWhite5

Here are a few classic dunks in Suns history given new names inspired by Darryl Dawkins.

Darryl Dawkins, the man known as Chocolate Thunder, passed away on Aug. 27 at the age of 58, and while he never suited up for the Suns, his outsized personality left an impact on everyone.

As a basketball player, he is probably best known for his dunks — several of which broke backboards and led the NBA to adopt breakaway rims — but as entertaining as his dunks were, the names he gave them were just as captivating. From the "In Your Face Disgrace" and "Turbo Sexophonic Delight" to the classic "Chocolate-Thunder-Flying, Glass-Flying, Robinzine-Crying, Babies-Crying, Glass-Still-Flying, Cats-Crying, Rump-Roasting, Bun-Toasting, Thank You-Wham-Bam-I-Am-Jam", the man knew how to enjoy himself.

So in tribute to the man from the planet Lovetron, here are some of the best dunks in Phoenix Suns history given the Chocolate Thunder treatment.

The "Help A Brother Out" dunk
Tom Chambers dunks over Mark Jackson

The "Plane Nailin', Building Scalin', Where's Fay Wray, King Kong Dunk"
Dan Majerle dunks on Manute Bol (but is called for an offensive foul). Jump to 2:28.

The "Solar Nexus, Mess With Texas, Houston We Have A Problem Dunk"
Kevin Johnson dunks over Hakeem Olajuwon

The "So Sublime, Bullet Time" dunk
Shawn Marion dunks over Al Harrington

The "Here I Am, Rock You Like a Kandi Cane" dunk
Amar’e Stoudemire dunks over Michael Olowokandi

The "Bombastic, Pyroclastic, Outta My Way, Vesuvius to Pompeii, Volcano Dunk"
Amar’e Stoudemire dunks over future Sun Anthony Tolliver

Here are a few classic dunks in Suns history given new names inspired by Darryl Dawkins.

Darryl Dawkins, the man known as Chocolate Thunder, passed away on Aug. 27 at the age of 58, and while he never suited up for the Suns, his outsized personality left an impact on everyone.

As a basketball player, he is probably best known for his dunks — several of which broke backboards and led the NBA to adopt breakaway rims — but as entertaining as his dunks were, the names he gave them were just as captivating. From the "In Your Face Disgrace" and "Turbo Sexophonic Delight" to the classic "Chocolate-Thunder-Flying, Glass-Flying, Robinzine-Crying, Babies-Crying, Glass-Still-Flying, Cats-Crying, Rump-Roasting, Bun-Toasting, Thank You-Wham-Bam-I-Am-Jam", the man knew how to enjoy himself.

So in tribute to the man from the planet Lovetron, here are some of the best dunks in Phoenix Suns history given the Chocolate Thunder treatment.

The "Help A Brother Out" dunk
Tom Chambers dunks over Mark Jackson

The "Plane Nailin', Building Scalin', Where's Fay Wray, King Kong Dunk"
Dan Majerle dunks on Manute Bol (but is called for an offensive foul). Jump to 2:28.

The "Solar Nexus, Mess With Texas, Houston We Have A Problem Dunk"
Kevin Johnson dunks over Hakeem Olajuwon

The "So Sublime, Bullet Time" dunk
Shawn Marion dunks over Al Harrington

The "Here I Am, Rock You Like a Kandi Cane" dunk
Amar’e Stoudemire dunks over Michael Olowokandi

The "Bombastic, Pyroclastic, Outta My Way, Vesuvius to Pompeii, Volcano Dunk"
Amar’e Stoudemire dunks over future Sun Anthony Tolliver

As a team in a semi-rebuilding stage, the Phoenix Suns are relatively young. The presence of a couple of veteran leaders like P.J. Tucker and Tyson Chandler skews the average age, but by and large,...

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