7. Terry Rozier
It was not too long ago that Celtics fans were wondering if it was okay to let Kyrie Irving go because they had Terry Rozier. That talk might have been blasphemous as Steven A. would put it, but that shows how high people were on Rozier just a couple of seasons ago.
Back then, he was seen as an explosive scoring back up point guard for a young up and coming team. That is what got him sent to basketball Siberia in Charlotte in the sign and trade that sent Kemba Walker to Boston.
In his one season in Charlotte, his name has lost some of that luster that he earned as a Celtics fan favorite.
However, he has already proven in his career that he can hit big shots in playoff games and can contribute on a team that has championship aspirations.
If anything, he will be able to be a better scoring option than any guard the Lakers could put on the floor last season. He would actually be able to get his own shot and create for others when LeBron and or Anthony Davis is on the bench or needs some time off-ball.
He is also a great catch and shoot threat as well, hitting a career best 40.7 percent from beyond the arc last season. His shooting would be a major upgrade for the Lakers point guard position.