Russell Westbrook is pushing to be the first player to average a triple-double in nearly 60 years. LeBron James is averaging more than 25 points to go along with eight rebounds and eight assists while shooting close to 55 percent from the field, and the Warriors have already set a mark with their third-straight season with 65 or more wins.
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That’s just a few. The Rockets also set the league record for 3-pointers in a season with time to spare.
However, none of those feats is nearly as miraculous as what Malcolm Brogdon could achieve. If voters adhere to Spike Lee’s most earnest admonishment and do the right thing and make Malcolm Brogdon the 2016-17 NBA Rookie of the Year, the Bucks guard would be the first second-rounder to ever win the award. Yeah, I know, hoops historian, Woody Sauldsberry, an eighth-round pick, earned the honor in 1957. I too have the internet.
Youth Tramon Williams Jersey In the Warriors’ last six games, McCaw has played an average of 20.3 minutes. Now, with the injury to Durant who has also spent this season trying to mentor McCaw McCaw could find himself shoved into the starting five of the team that is favored to play in its third straight NBA Finals. Kerr wanted to play McCaw more to ensure he is playoff-ready. That trial by fire figures to intensify now. The Warriors will pick up forward Matt Barnes, but still, the focus remains on McCaw.
McCaw is not only a rookie, but he is a guy who was passed over in the first round of the NBA draft out of UNLV altogether, falling to No. 38 overall. That was a surprise to many around the league, who had McCaw pegged as a late first-rounder, but he was, in the end, nudged out of the first round by the five international players taken in the first round outside of the lottery.