Top 5 hottest names in the NBA transfer market nowadays (Part 2)

Lasting from 2013 to 2018, Smith had a catch-and-shoot-throw rate of 41.2% and came in second with a total of 3 points behind Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson (2015-16 season).

Despite experiencing unforgettable memories in the latest Playoffs when … forgetting the score and robbing Cavaliers’ chances of winning, JR Smith is still an experienced player with more than 130 appearances in the postseason.

As both an excellent gunner and a veteran player, JR Smith will surely help the teams that need a prominent pillar in the dressing room.

DeMarcus Cousins

Fate still seems to be smiling at DeMarcus Cousins ​​after a series of serious injuries.

He had suffered from an Achilles tendon injury to a thigh muscle tear and most recently, Cousins ​​suffered a torn knee ligament last summer, shortly after he joined the LA Lakers.

However, “Boogie Cousins” always shows extraordinary efforts after each injury, which promises to help him reappear strongly.

In the 2018-19 season, DeMarcus scored an average of 16.3 points and 8.2 rebounds in 30 matches after recovering from the Achilles injury. Having suffered a thigh injury at the beginning of the Playoffs and only returning in the Finals series, Cousins ​​also had a double-double average.

Despite the constant injury, DeMarcus Cousins ​​is now preparing to recover completely and still be able to influence as a reserve midfielder for the teams competing for the championship.

Isaiah Thomas

Just a few years ago, Isaiah Thomas was one of the best offensive players in the entire NBA. Unfortunately, Isaiah Thomas never regained his form after a rather complicated hip injury. Over the next 3 seasons, Thomas played for 5 different teams with the goal of trying to regain his senses.

Iman Shumpert

As an alternative to Wilson Chandler banned from playing 25 games, Iman Shumpert was liquidated the contract in December last year by the Brooklyn Nets after the sentence ended.

During this 13-game appearance, Iman showed good defensive ability in the wing area mine. According to Cleaning The Glass, Shumpert is the player with the highest rate of stealing in the top of the NBA when playing for the Brooklyn Nets.

Now, Iman Shumpert can completely become a quality addition to 22 teams preparing to restart the season.

Not only is the wings agile, flexible and capable of multi-position defense, Shumpert is also a quality leader with the ability to share his competition experience for younger players.