#4 Joe Harris
The next player is Joe Harris. Harris now plays for the Brooklyn Nets and there is a chance that the Nets re-sign him, however, the Nets have the chance of being a ticking time bomb of an organization with the leaders of Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant, both having no experience of being the pure alpha on a successful team.
While it may be difficult for the Lakers to steal Harris from the Nets, they should do everything that they can to make the move. He is one of the best three-point shooters in the entire league. Joe is a three-point contest champion and on top of this, he is shooting 41.2% from three this season. Also, he is a career 42.3% shooter from behind the line.
Harris as well is a great perimeter defender. This skill set makes him the perfect role player that every team is looking for and is the model player when trying to build a lineup around LeBron James. Harris spaces the floor and is great playing off the ball. He has great movement even when the ball is not in his hands and would likely see more wide-open shots than he ever has previously in his career if he was to sign with the Lakers.
This could cause his already astronomical three-point percentage to rise even higher. If Rob Pelinka and the Lakers can make the money work to get Joe Harris, it will give the Lakers one of the best three and d players in the league and would strip a great role player from a team that has the potential to come out of the Eastern Conference next season.