Rudy Gay -- Memphis Grizzlies:
Rudy Gay is improving evey year and may be on this list in a couple of years. He just needs to improve his overall play next year and claim the Memphis Grizzlies as his team. If not, OJ Mayo may take it from him.
John Salmons -- Chicago Bulls:
The new Chicago Bull replenished Chicago towards the end of last season. With Ben Gordon leaving Salmons should benefit, but Rose will benefit more. Also, Luol Deng will be back to claim his SF spot and Tyrus Thomas will play at both forward spots at times.
Richard Jefferson -- San Antonio Spurs:
The new Spur had inflated stats when Redd and Bogut were done for the year in Milwaukee. In San Antonio he will return to his average stats and be a slightly above average player.
Josh Howard -- Dallas Mavericks:
The Maverick had a tough 08-09 season as he had to clear his image and fight off injuries. He is capable of being a top 10 SF as he was during the Mavericks' Finals run and the year after that's league-leading 67-15 record.
Stephen Jackson -- Golden State Warriors:
A talented small forward that does not receive any attention because of the team he plays for. The Warriors are irrelevant because of their coach and play style.