16. Golden State Warriors – Cameron Thomas, G, LSU
The Golden State Warriors have recovered nicely this season and will likely be in the playoff play-in tournament, although there’s no question that this team needs to head into the offseason with an emphasis on adding to its backcourt.
There’s really nothing the Warriors could have done to prevent the injury to Klay Thompson, and it’s no surprise that the team hasn’t exactly recovered from it, but adding a player such as Cameron Thomas would do wonders for this team moving forward.
Thomas can be described as a score-first point guard but actually only shot 33 percent from 3-point range. He needs to work on his efficiency and that is one of the biggest reasons why he won’t be drafted at higher, but you have to like a guard that you get off the bench and fill it up on the stat.