2. Cam Reddish
Cam Reddish is the player on this list that needs an opportunity the most, as he is highly talented. Reddish has been a streaky shooter ever since he came into the league and has been unable to find a home. In his 20 games with the Trail Blazers this season, Reddish averaged 11.0 points and 1.2 steals per game while getting high-volume minutes on a tanking Portland squad.
The main thing about Cam Reddish is that most people see the talent is there, but it is a question of whether he can be efficient on offense. After being a five-star high school recruit and attending Duke along with R.J. Barrett and Zion Williamson, Reddish has struggled to find his groove on the big stage.
Although he has already had changes of scenery going from the Atlanta Hawks to the New York Knicks and then to Portland, Reddish needs to settle down and find his role on a playoff team. His scoring ability, along with his impressive perimeter defense, makes him a fantastic candidate to complete the Kings bench unit and potentially start once he is comfortable.
I love Reddish’s upside and see no reason the Kings should not take a chance on him since he will be a cheap option. The biggest concern is that he is a restricted free agent, making it harder for the Kings to get him away from Portland, but there is no guarantee the Trail Blazers will be fighting to bring him back.