4. Cam Reddish
Another 3-and-D wing joins this list, but this player may be a little harder to acquire than the aforementioned Jae Crowder.
Cam Reddish is having a great year for the Los Angeles Lakers, and having him as a bench piece for the rest of the season would be huge for the Dallas Mavericks, as he brings everything you need out of a 3-and-D wing.
This season for the Lakers, Reddish is averaging 7.1 points, 2.8 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 1.4 steals per game while shooting 42.1 percent from the field and 33.3 percent from downtown. He has significantly improved on the defensive end, and he is showing out now that he is playing for a contender.
Although the scoring numbers don't show it, Reddish has been a crucial piece for the Lakers this season. He is playing 24 minutes per game and has started in 14 games. He has quickly outplayed his veteran's minimum contract and has climbed up the depth chart since being in Los Angeles.
The Lakers will likely be extremely cautious about trading for Reddish, especially since they will likely be right in the thick of the playoff race once the trade deadline rolls around, but Reddish would be a massive pickup for Dallas if the Lakers were to ever be shopping him.