Top 5 hottest names in the NBA transfer market nowadays (Part 1)

Here are 5 players who can become “reinforcements” for teams before marching to Orlando, restarting the NBA season.

As planned, 22 teams will prepare for the NBA to restart the 2019-20 season.

All will compete at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. And before the teams get together, they will be given the opportunity to buy more players between June 22 and July 1.

Additional notes from the NBA, not everyone can join the group of players allowed to sign the teams. This group only includes players who have played in the NBA and do not count international players who are free players.

Here are 5 players who can become “reinforcements” for teams before marching to Orlando, restarting the NBA season.

Jamal Crawford

It has been more than a year since the last day Jamal Crawford walked on the NBA stage, but in those last days, “JCrossover” left a strong impression.

Over 8 games, Jamal averaged 19.8 points and 5.8 assists with a terrible rate of 51% FG and 46% 3PT. Closing this crazy series, Crawford broke up the 2018-19 season with a match of 51 points, his last appearance in the Phoenix Suns shirt.

It seemed that this series of games would help Jamal Crawford to have a new contract to play in the 2019-20 season, unexpectedly, the veteran player with 19 years of playing experience fell into an unemployment situation.

Jamal Crawford’s biggest problem is probably age (40 years old this year). Besides, his aggressive and almost defenseless play style also brings many problems, especially in harsh environments like postseason.

But anyway, Crawford keeps himself ready to re-export and when the NBA season kicks back next month, he will likely be selected.

JR Smith

Often considered a cannon that is difficult to control because of his lack of style, but JR Smith still proves that he can play the main role if placed in the right environment.

Currently, the 34-year-old handball is one of the players with the best 3 throw rate on the market with 37.3% 3PT over 15 seasons played in the NBA.

Before parting with the Cleveland Cavaliers, JR Smith was a marksman in the “catch-and-shoot” stage. He is rated as “elite”, which can be roughly translated as a group of players with the ability to throw the top basket.