6. Dante Exum
First on our list is Dante Exum. A player who was once projected to become an NBA All-Star, Exum has had his career derailed due to multiple severe injuries.
Similar to Shaun Livingston, Exum is a tall point guard with playmaking abilities. Last year, Exum averaged 6.9 points and 2.6 assists per game in just 15.8 minutes of playing time. He finally showed some promise as a productive role player but was once again stifled by a knee injury.
Exum’s value is low right now. This means that the Golden State Warriors wouldn’t have to give up much to obtain him. Seeing as how the Dubs are currently lacking a backup point guard, this might be worth the low price.
If Exum can find consistent health, he would blend in well with the Dubs. Playing as a less effective Livingston, Exum could revive his career playing on the Warriors.