RANKED: The NBA’s Starting Shooting Guards From Worst to Best

27. Cam Reddish — Atlanta Hawks

The Hawks inked former Sacramento King shooting guard Bogdan Bogdanovic to a $72 million deal this offseason, but the 28-year-old Serbian started just two games for Atlanta before going down with a fracture in his knee. Bogdanovic’s injury has led to second-year wing Cam Reddish solidifying his role as the team’s backcourt starter opposite of Trae Young. The 21-year-old Reddish is still a bit raw, but he has shown some impressive ability in a short amount of time. While his shot may never come around, Reddish projects to be a defensive menace with his ability to cause deflections and produce turnovers.

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