20. Justin Holiday, Dallas Mavericks
The Holiday brother with the least pedigree, Justin has survived by providing solid two-way play as a rotation wing for his entire career. Now 34 years old, he is a depth option for teams this summer. He shot a shaky 32.2 percent from deep last season, but any team that thinks that was a fluke could take a shot at a buy-low opportunity for a player likely to be available for the minimum.
19. Terrence Ross, Phoenix Suns
Terrence Ross was a longtime trade target of the Cavs during his years on the Orlando Magic, and now they have the opportunity to sign him outright in free agency. He is at the far “3” end of the 3-and-D spectrum, a soft defender but comfortable movement shooter. He would essentially be a veteran upgrade on Sam Merrill’s spot on the roster.
18. Cam Reddish, Portland Trail Blazers
Certain NBA players show such tantalizing flashes of potential that they always seem on the cusp of breaking through. I’m personally still waiting on Dante Exum and Patrick McCaw to breakout. Reddish is athletic, he has scoring pop, and he has the build of a good defender. Some team might finally unlock that potential, but they’re more likely to invest time and money in a player who never puts it together.
17. Kessler Edwards, Sacramento Kings
Kessler Edwards has the profile of a 3-and-D wing, with excellent size at 6’8″ and a smooth-looking jumper. For whatever reason, he wasn’t able to stick in the rotation in either Brooklyn or Sacramento. He’s worth a flier for a team, and would be a solid swing if he’ll sign for the minimum with the Cavs this summer.