2010 NBA Rookie Watch: Tyreke Evans Leads the Class in Our Rookie Gradings

April 2nd, 2010 by kevin roberts Leave a reply »
We've been doing NBA rookie rankings and observations all year long, and while there's a time and a place for finalizing those rankings and picking a ROY winner, this is not that time.

The season is coming to a close, but there have been so many rookies that have shined at a moderate level, that a regular ranking column just doesn't do them justice, as they get left in the dark.

So, here's to shining the spotlight on every rookie who proved their worth in some shape or form this year, and in no particular order:


Terrence Williams, G/F, New Jersey Nets

Williams shoots average percentages and has been pretty inconsistent for much of the year, but he's also shown an ability to break-out offensively, and routinely hits the boards aggressively.

He's averaging just under eight points and around four rebounds in 21 minutes per game. Considering how awful the Nets' season has been, Williams's progress has been a tiny bright spot.

Grade: C-


James Johnson, F, Chicago Bulls

Johnson played sparingly for much of the season, but due to injuries, he's found himself ...

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