4. T.J. Warren
One of many former lottery-picks for the Phoenix Suns last decade, T.J. Warren has carved out a role for himself with the Indiana Pacers as a borderline elite scorer.
Warren has a talent for creating his own shot. He scored close to 20 points per game this season on above 50 percent shooting from the floor and a near 40 percent clip at the 3-point line. His versatility on offense helped keep the Pacers afloat in Victor Oladipo’s absence.
With concern growing on Oladipo’s future with the franchise, the Pacers could consider trading Warren for the Golden State Warriors’ first round pick. This would give the Dubs the type of bench presence they need to bolster their second unit.
Warren can play big minutes as a sixth-man next season. His size and build could also make him interchangeable with Andrew Wiggins, granting the Warriors some versatility in their lineups.