Andre Drummond Detroit Pistons 15.5 ppg, 14.8 rpg, 2.5 spg, 2 bpg (also 5 topg)
Terrence Jones Houston Rockets 15.8 ppg, 7 rpg, 2.5 apg (42.2% FG, 3.2 topg)
Jeremy Lamb OKC Thunder 19 ppg, 4 rpg, 2.8 apg (39.1% FG, 3.8 topg, 27.3% 3PT)
Victor Oladipo Orlando Magic 19 ppg, 5 apg, 4.3 rpg, 3 spg (37.5% FG, 4.8 topg)
Kelly Olynyk Boston Celtics 18 ppg, 7.8 rpg, 2.4 apg, 1.8 spg (A: "needs to improve in every facet of defense" from his new coach, 4.2 fpg)
Ian Clark Miami Heat
Solomon Hill Indiana Pacers
Reggie Jackson OKC Thunder
Miles Plumlee Indiana Pacers
Tyshawn Taylor Brooklyn Nets
Dwight Buycks OKC Thunder
Kentavious Caldwell Pope Detroit Pistons
Michael Carter Williams Philadelphia 76ers
James Ennis Miami Heat
Moe Harkless Orlando Magic
Grant Jerrett OKC Thunder
Orlando Johnson Indiana Pacers
Tony Mitchell Detroit Pistons
[Player: Kyle O'Quinn] Orlando Magic
Mason Plumlee Brooklyn Nets
Phil Pressey Boston Celtics
Chris Roberts Utah Jazz
Peyton Siva Detroit Pistons
Nice to see Tyshawn Taylor, Ian Clark and Solomon Hill get some recognition. Especially Taylor, who it seemed like no one was talking about his play.
I liked Siva's leadership and very scrappy d for the pistons all week in Orlando. He doesnt score much if at all but he's one guy i'm pulling for.
I was surprised that Grant Jerrett showed the ability to compete at a high level against this level of talent. He could be a steal.
Terrence Jones can be a key-piece for the Rockets this year, especially if he wins over the starting PF spot.