4. Jae Crowder
Jae Crowder emerged as a premier 3-and-D player for the Boston Celtics during their surprising run to the top seed in the Eastern Conference during the 2016-17 NBA season. His versatility on defense and efficient 39.8 percent stroke from the 3-point line helped push Boston to their peak.
Since then, Crowder has floated to four different NBA teams, desperate to find the correct fit. He was an outlier in Cleveland alongside LeBron James and he never fit the Utah Jazz’s rotation. Crowder served no purpose on a rebuilding team in Memphis and has finally carved out a decent role in Miami.
However, Crowder is entering his 30s and will be looking to finally compete for a title. While the Heat are a darkhorse team to come out of the East, there is no doubt he would be better suited with the Warriors.
The Warriors have always benefitted from players like Crowder. Fitting in with a similar build to Andre Iguodala, Crowder would have a permanent home in Golden State. Crowder is set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer.