2. Joe Harris
Nets fans probably won’t be happy about this, but the reality is that Joe Harris will likely be pricing himself out of Brooklyn. His play really started to pick up two seasons ago and then he led the NBA in 3-point shooting percentage last year en route to the Nets’ surprising campaign and run to the playoffs. He’s still shooting over 41% from 3-point land this year and is averaging a career high in points (13.9) and rebounds (4.3) per game in 2019-2020. With the way players are getting paid in today’s NBA, it’s almost a foregone conclusion Harris will get offered big money by another team in desperate need of an efficient shooter from downtown. Harris signed a two-year, $16 million deal before his career campaigns, so his price tag is about to skyrocket, especially since he’ll be the best shooter on the open market. Perhaps there’s a chance he’ll want to work out a team-friendly deal to remain in Brooklyn to stay on a top contender during this fruitful window of 2-3 seasons, but that’s far from guaranteed since he’ll be entering his age-29 season in 2020-2021.