1. Reggie Jackson
Reggie Jackson is still sitting on the free-agent market. After heading to the crosstown rival Clippers midseason. He was a tremendous pickup for them and helped the team off the bench.
He had shooting splits of 45.3/41.3/90.5 in 17 games with the team, even starting six of those games. He averaged 9.5 points and 3.2 assists per game while providing the bench with a spark.
His role diminished in the playoffs for the Clippers as their rotations shortened. He still shot 53.1% from 3-point range in the playoffs for them. He is a veteran player that knows how to score and has passing abilities.
Back in Oklahoma City and Detroit he did struggle at times with the locker room. He wasn’t the most liked teammate by many. Russell Westbrook was not a very big fan of how he left Oklahoma City.
But he seemed to do well with the Clippers and embrace his role. Still at only 30 years old he could be a bounce-back candidate on a veteran minimum deal. Players playing with LeBron seem to do well and earn other contracts.
Coming off of a max deal, Jackson could reestablish value and enter 2021 free agency. Play well in a limited role and he could see one more good contract.