Danilo Gallinari has had a lot of issues with injuries, but when healthy he shows a lot on both sides of the ball. Gallinari struggled in his rookie season, but jumped to averaging 15 points per game for the next few seasons. Gallinari has yet to drop underneath 10 points per game, and that is even post 2013 when he had the ACL injury. He continues to have plenty of volume in the offenses he has been in, and right now he is one of the better scoring options on the Clippers. If Gallinari can stay healthy, he has plenty of value at the forward position.