Goran Dragic averaged only 11.7 points and 5.3 assists per game, yet is considered to be one of the hottest commodities on the market.
If you look closer, Dragic played most of the season sitting behind Kyle Lowry, and averaged 26.5 minutes per game.
When he was thrust into the starting role in April, he was fantastic, averaging 18.9 points, 7.7 assists and had an 84.2% free throw percentage.
With all of these things considered, look for Dragic to get interest not only from his present team, the Houston Rockets, but also from ones like the Toronto Raptors, Brooklyn Nets and his former team, the Phoenix Suns.
It is likely that at least two of those teams will be in the running for Dragic, especially if Deron Williams decides to join the Mavericks. In this case, the Nets will need a starting point guard.
With reports that he wants a contract in which he earns a yearly salary of $10 million, look for Dragic to be overpaid by some team who is impressed with his totals as a starter.