2. LA Clippers: Kawhi Leonard-Paul GeorgeLeonard and George could easily take over the No.1 spot by season's end. Leonard proved during his championship run with the Raptors that he is arguably the best player in the league and George is coming off of an MVP season. Together, these two could be the most complete all-around duo on offense and defense. Los Angeles is about to have some good times with their teams.
9. Utah Jazz: Donovan Mitchell-Rudy GobertThe Jazz has been really good with Mitchell and Gobert the last two seasons and with former All-Star point guard Mike Conley now in the mix, the two could take an even bigger step towards becoming a championship contender.
15. Indiana Pacers: Victor Oladipo-Myles TurnerOladipo is expected to be out until at least December while recovering from a torn ACL, but when healthy, Oladipo and Turner are an All-Star tandem that can move up this list.
20. Chicago Bulls: Lauri Markkanen-Zach LaVineThe Bulls are in rebuilding mode and should figure out this season whether Markkenan and LaVine are the right players to build around. LaVine had a solid year last season and Markkenan looks like a future All-Star if he stays healthy but health is the main issues with these two.
30. Charlotte Hornets: Terry Rozier-Miles BridgesSorry, Charlotte but this is going to be a long year. This could easily be Dwayne Bacon and Bridges or Rozier and Bacon but that has yet to be seen. There is no true star player on the Hornets roster with Walker no longer around and it seems like even head coach James Borrego doesn't know what to expect. Bridges has the most promise on the team but who will be one true go-to scorer this year?