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Option)Spencer Dinwiddie
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Dennis SchroderDennis Schroder has been solid for the Los Angeles Lakers, but it's starting to look like his Sixth Man of the Year-worthy 2019-20 may have been a career aberration.After posting career highs in two- and three-point percentage last season (by a lot, in both cases), he's tumbled back to his normal levels in 2020-21.There's nothing wrong with being a spark plug off the bench, and that's what Schroder appears destined for in the second half of his career. The 2019-20 Sixth Man of the Year had another hyper-efficient season off the bench, averaging 13.5 points with a 62.2 effective field-goal percentage.Pointing out the defensive concerns that accompany Harrell's lack of size is fair, but, the damage he deals in bursts against second units often outweighs what his teams surrender. Norman Powell (Player Option)After being traded to the Portland Trail Blazers, Norman Powell couldn't quite keep up the torrid scoring pace with which he started the season, but he should remain intriguing for teams in need of shooting.The 6'3" wing can defend up thanks to his 6'11" wingspan, and he shot a career-high 41.1 percent from three this season. He'll be one of the most intriguing restricted free agents on the market this summer.Reports of Mike Conley's demise may have been greatly exaggerated.After missing much of the 2019-20 season with injuries and struggling to adapt to a new role with the Utah Jazz, Conley made his first All-Star team in 2020-21 and finished the season 13th in FiveThirtyEight's wins above replacement metric.At age 33, Conley showed an ability to thrive in a hybrid role, averaging 16.2 points and 6.0 assists while shooting a career-best 41.2 from deep.Whether on or off the ball, he could positively impact the game. But Ball's well-rounded game and intangible contributions make him an undeniable plus.His teams' net ratings have been better when he's on the floor in each of his four seasons, and he appears to have already addressed the biggest concern many had when he left UCLA.No one will mistake him for Stephen Curry, but Ball has managed above-average three-point percentages in each of his last two seasons. Some of that was likely natural development, but it sure doesn't hurt to have a future Hall of Fame point guard setting things up.If Paul rides the momentum of the last few seasons and opts out of the final year of his deal, teams will surely line up.If Kawhi Leonard declines his $36.0 million player option for the 2021-22 season, he is "widely" expected to re-sign with the Los Angeles Clippers, according to Sam Amick and John Hollinger of The Athletic.But if L.A. flames out in the first or second round of the playoffs and some organizational turmoil bubbles to the surface, Kawhi could crash this market and instantly become the No. 1 target.While his availability is speculative, his production isn't.Leonard averaged 24.8 points and a career-high 5.2 assists to go along with a career-best 62.2 true shooting percentage.

As said here by Andy Bailey