25. Luke Kennard
It’s a pretty low bar starting out. That’s not really meant to rip on Luke Kennard either, but the dude is still just getting his NBA career started and has yet to average 10 points a game for a season, though he was very close this year.
Kennard is a sharpshooter and looks like he could be the new J.J. Redick for the Detroit Pistons, racing around screens and hitting jumpers from any number of angles. He’s hitting over 40% of his threes through two seasons, already one of the league’s top shooters from behind the arc, and he is the one young piece the Pistons have to build around going forward.