Dunleavy stands to benefit the most from the Luol Deng trade. He is likely to move into the starting lineup given his track record throughout his career. In 28 minutes a game this year, he has scored 10.2 points a game on the strength of 1.4 three-pointers per contest. With only rookie Tony Snell there to push Dunleavy for minutes, don’t be surprised if he starts to push over 30 minutes a game. Assuming he gets the minutes, averages of 15 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 three-point shots per game is not out of the question. Consider him a very valuable pickup in any league.