3. T.J. Warren, Phoenix Suns
Coming in at a very respectable third, T.J. Warren is likely to be one of the Suns’ main players over the next few seasons. Very recently, Warren signed a new contract with the Phoenix Suns:
This extension clearly shows that T.J. is a big part of the Phoenix Suns’ future plans. While he is not a superstar three-man like LeBron, or a defensive stud like Kawhi, he certainly is an offensive threat. Last season, Warren averaged 14.4 points and 5.1 rebounds per game.
Suns’ fans should expect Warren to top those numbers this season. With defenses looking to key in on Booker and Bledsoe, Warren will have plenty of opportunities to put up points in Earl Watson’s offense. Who knows, with another productive season, Warren could shoot up to number two on this list by next year’s offseason.