I'm always curious when I look at teams like the Suns why they don't say, OK, let's make sure that a solid 5-6 roster spots are filled with veterans who are professional, pass the ball, space the floor, and don't try to hog the spotlight.
I think a lot of the time these rebuilding teams have too many younger guys fighting for a role and not enough structure. Especially when the coach is kind of in a weak position (e.g. interim coach) and the veterans on the team probably tend to feel that they are being underutilized and could help a better team win games.
Like, if you're the Suns, this is the core of your rebuild right now:
In terms of vets, they have Chandler, Dudley, and Monroe. They're probably hoping to flip Monroe for additional assets at the deadline. Chandler and Dudley may be mostly untradeable given their contracts.
That's 9 roster spots.
If I were them, I'd fill the rest of the team with veteran role players on minimum type deals. Look for Euroleague guys if you have to. I would want the back end of my roster to be comprised of guys who know how to play professional ball and who also know they aren't going to ever be more than role players, but maybe also are looking to prove they can have a role in the NBA.
I think that's especially important when you spent a top 5 pick on a teenager from Eastern Europe who speaks little English and doesn't have the type of game that's going to demand touches from equally young and raw teammates.