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And today we're talking about five vastly underrated NBA players this season Who should garner some All Star Game interest? Number one.
We've Spencer Dinwiddie of the Brooklyn Nets.
Then, when he is averaging 25 points and seven assists in the 25 games that he's filled in a starting point guard for Kyrie Irving.
In fact, then that's actually have a higher winning percentage with Thinly is their starting point guard.
When they did with Kyrie Irving, I don't expect him would be to actually make it All Star team, but he should definitely receive some consideration in the Eastern Conference number to get Brandon Ingram off the New Orleans Pelicans.
Ingram's been phenomenal season.
He's averaging 25 points, seven rebounds.
Sister game is shooting 40% from three point Land, and we're getting to the point where we're gonna have to reconsider who the best player of the draft class of 2016 is.
At first we thought it was Ben Simmons, and then, at the beginning of the season, Pascal Siachen had probably passed him up.
Um, now at mid season, with way Ingram's playing.
We might have to re examine this moving forward.
So kudos to Brandon Ingram for really turning his career around this season.
Also from the same draft class with Tomatis of bonus.
Big Man from the Indiana Pacers, Sabonis is averaging 18 points, 13 rebounds, four assists per game.
He's well regarded as the best screener of the MBA.
In fact, if you look up on end a dot coms pick and roll statistics, Sabonis ranks as the number one rolled man in terms of pick and roll efficiency.
Uh, another great screener is mantra As Harold of the L.
A Clippers Hair was averaging 19 points, seven rebounds.
Has astonishing 23.
1 player efficiency rating off the bench for the Clippers this season.
He's definitely in the running for six Man of the Year, and he's another player. Lexa Bonus.
Who's in the top five in terms of pick and roll roll men? Efficiency.
Also, Harrell is about to get paid this summer as he is an unrestricted free agent.
Lastly, we have a bit of a throwback.
Chris Paul of the O.
C Thunder is having a throw back here for the ages and It's probably probably has Daryl Morey in Houston.
Rockets reconsidering trading him for Russell Westbrook this past offseason.
The point God is averaging 17 points, seven assists and five rebounds per game.
Shooting very efficiently is close to 50 40 90 in terms of shooting splits, and he is among the league leaders and almost all clutch statistics this year.
And has Theo Casey Thunder not only competing for a playoff spot? UH, kind of out of the blue, but also potentially competing for a top for receiving the West, depending on what they choose to do with trade that line this year.
So kudos to CP three for proving the Doubters wrong this season.
Uh, there's my five vastly underrated NBA players this season.
This is pat here, ear with your barker.