9. Wayne Ellington
The Golden State Warriors know they need someone reliable on their bench to step in for Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Only Ky Bowman and Jordan Poole fill in as backup guards at the moment and their inexperience is a concern.
Experience is not an issue for Wayne Ellington. The 32-year-old has played 11 NBA seasons and suited up for nine different franchises during this time. He has always been a consistent shooter and producer, averaging 8.0 points on 37.8 percent shooting from the 3-point line for his career.
Ellington isn’t going to wow the Warriors with explosive performances but he can be trusted to help steer the second unit. Golden State could use a veteran like Ellington next season as they push for the playoffs.