NBA Rookies To Watch in a Unique Draft Class

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Nov 6, 2013; Orlando, FL, USA; Orlando Magic shooting guard Victor Oladipo (5) passes the ball as Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul (3) defends during the second half at Amway Center. Orlando Magic defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 98-90. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

#2 Overall pick, Victor Oladipo (Orlando Magic)

Okay, there are no surprises here. The versatile shooting guard out of Indiana excels on both ends of the floor and has managed to be Orlando’s third highest scorer, even coming off the bench for Arron Afflalo. He really does it all and has lived up to all expectations one would heap on the number two overall pick, thus far. You’ll be hearing his name all season, if you haven’t heard it already, and for good reason.

Per game averages: 12.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 1.7 steals, 0.6 blocks

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  • nbacooldudes

    Are you claiming that someone stole Len’s sunshine?

  • blazerfan808

    is it me of can josh mcroberts ball? cody has talent, but he is going to have to become really crafty in order to excel in this league. still think that was a great pick for the bobcats. zeller is a perfect PnR stretch 4.

    so far schroder has been the most impressive rook, mainly for his intangibles. he hit that buzzer beat in the pre-season then grabbed dmc’s balls and got suspended. this kid is fearless and wants to win. i honestly believe, that if schroder got the same opportunity as mcw in philly, that he would impress as well.