LOS ANGELES, CA – DECEMBER 07: Arizona State guard Luguentz Dort (0) looks on during an college basketball game between the Arizona State Sun Devils and the Nevada Wolf Pack in the Air Force Reserve Basketball Hall of Fame Classic on December 7, 2018 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo by Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) While I have already gone on the record noting that I do not want whoever is potentially available with the 32nd overall pick in this draft – that the Phoenix Suns should not add another rookie to the roster and use the spot on the bench for a veteran (they really  need to re-sign Troy Daniels), if they are unable (or un-willing) to move the pick, at least as an Arizona State fan myself, it would be fun to see Dort in a Suns uniform this coming season. However, historically speaking, the Phoenix Suns and ASU do not have a very strong history of swapping players – and there is a surprising number of players who (for at least a moment) were part of both organizations. The Phoenix Suns took their first Sun Devil in their first ever rookie draft, in 1968, taking center Bob Edwards in the 8th round with the 100th overall pick, then in...