1. Taurean Prince, Minnesota Timberwolves
Prince has been one of the most nomadic players in the league over the last few years, as Atlanta, Brooklyn, and Cleveland have all traded him in a three-year span. Prince averaged 7.3 points per game while making 38% of his 3-pointers for the Timberwolves in their playoff push.
Prince did not have an ideal environment when it came to getting a ton of shots up. With so much star power in the starting lineup, Prince wasn’t a valued offensive commodity. In Toronto, Prince would be arguably the team’s best non-Achiuwa option off of the bench.
Tauren Prince could help the Toronto Raptors.
Prince is a perfect 3-and-D forward that can spot up from deep and provide passable efforts at multiple spots on the other end. Even though he’s just 28 years old, Prince will likely be slightly below Boucher’s tier from a financial point of view. The 6-7 forward could be an ideal replacement.
Prince went from a high-volume scorer on some bad Hawks teams to a quality role player on a playoff team. Boucher has familiarity with the team, but Prince could be a respectable fill-in that can mirror the Canadian’s style of play and add his own flavor as a shooter.