For a team looking to rebuild like the Washington Wizards, it is of utmost importance to find undervalued, young players that you can sign to a long-term contract. Terence Davis of the Sacramento Kings certainly fits this bill.
Davis is only 26 years old and just finished his fourth season in the league. His best years as an NBA player are certainly ahead of him, and he has a chance to grow with the team that signs him. The Wizards should try to be that team.
As an undrafted player who hasn’t made too much money in his career, Davis is likely to prioritize guaranteed annual salary and the length of his contract. Despite having found a rotation role in a playoff team in Sacramento, this could be a factor when trying to sign Davis this summer.
Davis is not only a solid three-point shooter with a 36.6% career accuracy from downtown, but he also has defensive potential. He is a solid one-on-one defender who can guard multiple positions.
To see whether he can be a starter-level 3-and-D player is a worthy gamble for the Washington Wizards. Solid two-way wings are hard to come by and Davis certainly has the potential to be one.