8. Bol Bol
Bol Bol's signing with the Phoenix Suns this past offseason was a move that was extremely hyped up. Some people thought that Bol would be in the running for Defensive Player of the Year, but so far, Bol has not been given the chance to play much at all in Phoenix.
Bol is averaging just 2.4 minutes per game and has only played in five games. He isn't even in the Suns' rotation at this point.
This is a massive shock, as Bol had an excellent season for the Orlando Magic last season and looked like he could be a great rotation piece going forward. The Magic gave him a chance that the Denver Nuggets never really did, and he thrived.
Last season for the Magic, Bol averaged 9.1 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 1.2 blocks per game. He is one of the most unique players in the NBA, and he would give the Mavs (once again) much-needed positional size.
Bol is a 7-foot-3 power forward, but he moves like a guard. His ability to score in the open floor is insane, as he is hard to stop in transition and has the length to finish extremely tough shots around the bucket.
Bol would be a fun piece to have in Dallas as he gives them size in the frontcourt and is only 24 years old. Having lineups of him and Dereck Lively II on the floor together would be intriguing on defense, and I think Luka Doncic could help him take his game to the next level.
Bol is also someone that the Mavs have targeted via trade over the last six months, and maybe they'll think about making a move for him again.