5. Kemba Walker
The fifth spot on this list was a close one. Multiple players deserve a mention, but Kemba Walker stands above the likes of Kyle Lowry, John Wall and Chris Paul to edge out a position on the top five list.
For his entire career, Walker has been a great player on an awful team. Rarely surrounded with help, Walker has averaged 23.0 points and 5.5 assists over the last four seasons. His production offensively has earned him three All-Star nods and an All-NBA selection.
No longer will we see Walker waste his talent with an underperforming team. Now joining the Boston Celtics, Kemba will have a chance to truly prove his skillset. Players such as Gordon Hayward, Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum prepare to help Walker as the Celtics look to push through the Eastern Conference.
Walker showed everyone what he was capable of last year. With a talented roster around him, we can expect Kemba to take the next step in his game.