The Washington State alum will be entering his ninth season in the NBA. He has played on four different teams in his career with his most current team being the Phoenix Suns.
He was a member of the 2013-2014 San Antonio Spurs when they took home the NBA championship; however, at that time in his career, he only averaged 16 minutes a game. Baynes has since improved tremendously.
Baynes has slowly gained more minutes on the court, which has resulted in more confidence. For the first six seasons of his career, Baynes practically never attempted three-point field goals, averaging 0.0 attempts per game.
His percentages, attempts and makes have gone up steadily in the last few years, which resulted in a 35.1% 3-point percentage this past season. He averaged 1.4 threes per game this past season. The 6-foot-10, 33-year-old would be the perfect addition given his ability to space the court.
But averaging almost double his previous career-high this season, signing him for the right price could be an issue.