NBA

Suns president says team 'not quite done' adding players to the roster

Phoenix Suns' Tyson Chandler, left, the newly signed free agent, laughs along with head coach Jeff Hornacek, right, as Chandler is introduced to the media during a news conference Thursday, July 9, 2015, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Phoenix Suns' Tyson Chandler, left, the newly signed free agent, laughs along with head coach Jeff Hornacek, right, as Chandler is introduced to the media during a news conference Thursday, July 9, 2015, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

The Suns made an unexpected splash in free agency this summer, when they got Tyson Chandler to agree to a contract worth $52 million over four years.

Phoenix added six new players to the roster in total, and while the bulk of the key positions seem to be set, Suns president Lon Babby says the team might not be finished tinkering just yet.

"I think we are maybe not quite done, but almost done with our summer work," Babby said, via Dave King of Bright Side of the Sun.

More from FoxSports

This might be true, but the fans in Phoenix shouldn't get too excited.

The Suns have 13 players with guaranteed contracts in place for the upcoming season, and with little salary left to spend, even if the team wants to put players into those final two roster slots, they'll likely be backups to the backups, at best.

(h/t: Bright Side of the Sun)