2. Blake Griffin
No player has undergone more development this decade than Blake Griffin. Entering the league as a pure slasher with incredible athleticism, Griffin has improved every single aspect of his game to give him the longevity that his peers failed to have.
If you would have told someone in 2012 that Griffin would be capable of putting the ball on the floor and attempting 3-pointers off of the dribble with success, they would have called you crazy. In the 2018-19 NBA season, this was a reality, with Griffin handling the ball and much of the Detroit Pistons scoring.
Griffin did it all last year. Averaging 24.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 5.4 assists per game, he earned his first All-Star selection in nearly five years. Sadly, his team lacked the talent needed to bring him any further than the first round of the playoffs.
Adding Griffin to the Golden State Warriors feels like an easy decision. He can do everything the Warriors ask of him and clearly has enough left in the tank to contribute to a championship-contending squad.