4. Patrick McCaw
Before contract negotiations and a devastating injury pushed Patrick McCaw out of Golden State, he was actually becoming one of their most promising prospects.
This isn’t saying much, as McCaw joined the team as one of the only young players, to begin with. But, it is saying something that McCaw was able to earn respect on a roster filled with stars.
Since then, McCaw has bounced around the league a bit. Last season, he competed against the Warriors in the 2019 NBA Finals and won the third title of his three-year career. He has earned a small role with the Raptors this year and is averaging 4.6 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game.
McCaw has good length and size for his position and is a promising shooter. At 24 years of age, McCaw has plenty of room for growth. The Warriors might be able to bring the best out of him if he is open to taking on a job with the second unit.