2. Harrison Barnes, SF, Golden State Warriors

Harrison Barnes
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2016 Statistics:

11.7 PPG, 4.9 RPG, 1.8 APG, 46.6 FG%, 38.3 3PT%, 76.1 FT%

Though his numbers aren’t outstanding the potential for Harrison Barnes to breakout with a bigger role is substantial. Barnes has great size, strength, and athleticism for his position. He has also turned into a more than adequate shooter while being capable of defending the other team’s best player.

The question with Barnes is whether he can make a leap if he does find himself as more of a lead player. He will be paid as such, but there is no proof he can be a main option. With Klay Thompson and Draymond Green already on max contracts and Stephen Curry due up next year, the Warriors may not be able to match what it would take to keep Barnes in town.