Another player that is at the level slightly below All-Star caliber of players is Tobias Harris. Tobias has quietly been one of the better all-around offensive players for the past few seasons
Last season, the only players to average at least 18 points and five rebounds per game while shooting at least 46 percent from the floor and 41 percent from 3 were Karl-Anthony Towns, Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry … and Tobias Harris.
That is an impressive list of players to be a part of and one that teams should look at if they have cap room and are looking to spend it on efficient scoring.
Brooklyn could benefit from Tobias’ wing scoring ability, as well as his ability to play some small-ball power forward spots. At 6-foot-9 and weighing about 240 pounds, Harris causes defenses fits by scoring the ball effortlessly.
And he’s a very young veteran looking for another big contract. Harris is beginning his eighth season in the NBA, but will be just 27 at the start of next season.