Goran Dragic could potentially move higher up the list. He certainly is paid closely to an all-star level who should be much higher on this list while he was on the Phoenix Suns last year. He was then transferred to the Miami heat during mid season, but has not competed at the level he was playing at for the Phoenix Suns. He still contributed fourteen points and assists six goals a game, which is very respectable. He is good at facilitating the offense with the ability to knock down an outside jump shot whenever given space.
There are nights when Ricky Rubio fills up the field, but there are also some nights when he is not too involved in the game. Rubio has not had much contributions and achievements during his career in Minnesota. That seems to be the other way around as he began playing with all the young talent the Timberwolves. Rubio assists averages nine goals a game, which helps Karl Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins, and Zach Levine consistently score in the Timberwolves offense. Rubio get average ten points per game, which is commendable due to all the scorers that the Timberwolves already gathers under their wings.
Rudy Gobert, Utah Jazz
The young man from France has become a defensive stud in the team, an enormous wingspan, which makes blocking shots for him fairly easy. He gets an average of beastly two blocks per game. He also hauls in on average eleven rebounds the ball per game with fluidity. The only area of his game that can be considered as weakness is his offensive ability. He only gets average nine points a game, and the Utah Jazz are not exactly stacked with scoring opportunities. Gobert is playing his second season in the NBA currently, so there is still time for him to develop his offensive game.