#5 Stephen Jackson While Jackson is on the downside of his career at 35 he does offer someone a consistent scorer avg around 20 points 5 of the last 6 seasons. Look for a contending team to atleast give him a max mle deal. you might even see the magic being players just so the bucks can't steal their playoff spot once again. #4 Rodrigue Beaubois Beaubois is on the short side for a SG and will be a player more likely to use his quickness to get to the basket than be a threat shooting the ball. with decent to good ball handling skills he can play pg also to give your starter a rest if not start there altogether. #3 James Harden Harden has great offensive potential that will flourish with the lucky winner of his sweepstakes. Look for his numbers to soar if he gets a chance to play without durant's shadow. some gm's may look twice given that the thunder gm has been reluctant on whether he will match or let harden leave. #2 Demar Derozen Even with the for sure MVP award Derozen gets 2rd on this list. Derozen has shown he has great ability as 2k star winning a mvp in the 2nd yr in the baseline(could have been if he didn't fly under the radar last season). Its amazing to see a G/SF lead the league in scoring while only making 8 3pt shots all year. With great athletic ability and a near perfect mid-range game look for the raptors to match the big contract that is coming his way. #1 Monta Ellis Now we come to number 1 Monta Ellis who is the most all-around SG in this class. with a great scoring ability he also brings a great instinct on defense. Ellis can also be a great starting pg if you need him to be. Look for Ellis to be 3rd or 4th on most teams wish list, but don't be surprised if he is the prize of this class.