Marvin Bagley's biggest appeal at this point of his development is his agility and coordination, which are above average for someone his size.
Maybe the Kings didn't win the DeMarcus Cousins' trade, but the pieces are now there for a hapless, much maligned franchise to turn it around in a relatively short period of time.
Miles Bridges hasn't yet developed into someone who can check all the boxes Draymond Green does, but there is no other prospect out there who looks like he is on his way to becoming something close to that sort of player down the line.
Luka Doncic is a giant shot creator whose biggest value is as someone who runs offense on lineups that go super big across the perimeter, but who can also share the floor with a smaller point guard and space the floor.
Now 25, Kyrie Irving is ostensibly ready to walk away from automatic championship contests every June for the more self-as-business glory of earnestly bowing out, but doing more on the court and for longer, every April or May.