#2 Kyle Korver
Now, is Kyle Korver. Currently, Korver is playing 16.7 minutes per game for the Milwaukee Bucks and is in a position where he could win a ring. This is almost the perfect situation for a veteran like Korver, who is looking to close off the last chapter of his career with a championship title.
However, if the Bucks see an early exit in the playoffs or are hypothetically eliminated by the Lakers in the NBA Finals, it could be enough for Korver to want to leave Miuakee. He would fit right in on the Lakers.
He spent three seasons on the Cleveland Cavaliers playing with LeBron James and during that time, the two played very well together. Korver spaced the floor for LeBron and in return, James would draw double teams and find Korver for wide-open threes which is the dream for one of the greatest three-point shooters of all time.
Given the opportunity of playing with a facilitator like James again may be enough to tempt Korver to join the King once again and sign with the Lakers. This season, Korver is currently shooting 41.5% from three which is an incredible percentage and something that would be extremely valuable to the Lakers and would have the potential to rise even higher if he were to join the team.
Also, with Korver being in the last years of his career and being comfortable coming from the bench, he may be willing to sign for the minimum to a contending team like the Lakers. The only downside in his game is that because of his age and lack of athleticism, he can at times be an absolute liability on the defensive side of the ball. This is a fault that can be covered up by the elite defense that the rest of the Lakers play.