13. Jonathan Kuminga
Jonathan Kuminga's name has been buzzing over the last week or so after that it was reported that he is frustrated with his role. It doesn't seem like the Golden State Warriors particularly want to move him, but could the Dallas Mavericks find a way to land him?
It doesn't seem too crazy.
This season for Golden State, Kuminga is averaging 12.8 points, 4.1 rebounds, 1.5 assists, and 0.6 steals per game while shooting 50.2 percent from the field. Kuminga is playing 22.6 minutes per night and has started in six games. He still remains a crucial piece in the Warriors' rotation, but the Mavs could potentially offer him a bigger role.
The Mavs need a bigger forward, and Kuminga's 6-foot-8 frame and athleticism would flourish in Dallas. He would likely immediately slot in as the team's starting power forward and could take the squad to the next level.
The Mavs don't necessarily need a third star. They need more elite role players to put around Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving, and Kuminga could be just that.
He is someone who hustles on the glass, is a solid finisher, and although his numbers are down, is a good shooter. He is shooting 27.3 percent from downtown this season, but him playing in Dallas could help this number rise.