2. Kelly Oubre Jr.
In his breakout season with the Phoenix Suns, Kelly Oubre Jr. averaged a career-best 18.7 points, 6.4 rebounds and 1.3 steals. His explosive athleticism and consistent scoring made him a key component of the Suns’ improvements this year.
Oubre had the third-highest Offensive Rating on the roster and held an Effective Field Goal percentage close to Devin Booker. He was a threat on the offensive glass, constantly rising up for putback slams and second-chance points.
He was also one of the Suns’ best defenders. Oubre has long arms and good foot speed, making him a solid on-ball deterrent. He recorded the second-most deflections recovered the third-highest total of defensive loose balls last season for Phoenix.
Oubre can fill in with the Warriors effortlessly. His strengths as a defender would be highlighted in small-ball lineups for the Dubs and he would excel in a fast-paced environment that would allow him to dominate in transition.
At 24 years of age, Oubre would be a welcomed addition to the Dubs growing young core. Thankfully, Oubre’s contract fits under the Warriors’ trade exception if they can pry him from the Suns.