The Pulse: T.J. Warren will have the most promising career in a Suns' uniform of the first-round picks
With the No. 14 overall pick, Phoenix selected North Carolina State small forward T.J. Warren. With the No. 18 overall pick, Syracuse guard Tyler Ennis was the selection. And to close out their busy first round, the Suns took 6-foot-6 guard Bogdan Bogdanovic out of Serbia.
Naturally, we at ArizonaSports.com were curious to see who our readers felt would have the best career in a Suns' uniform.
Not surprisingly, the results came in just as the draft unfolded.
Warren took home the popular vote, garnering 264 of the 402 tallies (66 percent), and Ennis (79) and Bogdanovic (59) took home the remaining votes, 20 and 15 percent respectively.
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