5. P.J. Washington, PF/C
P.J. Washington has been underrated as a stretch-four for the Charlotte Hornets. He can be a starter or reserve for a team and is a very solid 3-point shooter. The Hornets would be foolish if they let the 6-foot-7 power forward sign elsewhere.
4. Grant Williams, PF
The Boston Celtics have a tough decision when it comes to Grant Williams. The 6-foot-6 wing has real talent as a 3-and-D player, but the question becomes can the Celtics afford him? They already have three max contracts on their books and while he won’t command that type of money but he won’t be cheap either.
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3. Austin Reaves, SG
The Lakers found a diamond in the rough with Austin Reaves. He has real potential to be a good scorer and he’s not a liability on defense either. There’s little reason to believe he won’t a part of the Lakers’ future.
2. Miles Bridges, F
In terms of talent, Miles Bridges is one of the best players on this list, but legal problems essentially cost him a full season plus 10 more games once he does sign a deal. The 6-foot-6 forward can be a part of the Hornets’ bright future if he can stay out of trouble and if the franchise wants him back.
1. Cameron Johnson, PF
Cameron Johnson was a part of the Kevin Durant trade that sent Johnson from the Suns to the Brooklyn Nets. At 6-foot-8 wing is arguably one of the best 3-and-D players in the NBA. There’s no way the Nets are going to let him leave this summer.
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