In the modern NBA three pointers have started to reign king. This doesn’t bode well for T.J. Warren, who shots below 30% in his career. His volume recently started within the last two seasons, but it is all mid-range and at the rim. He is a career 50% shooter, but does not bring enough peripheral stats to give him a ton of value. Warren was drafted 14th overall, and played at North Carolina State. Warren is likely going to be overlooked by most, unless he makes changes to his game. Playing in Phoenix’s offense, his days seem limited given the recent draft pick.