2015 NBA All-Improvement Team

December 30th, 2015 by Adam Fromal Leave a reply »
The NBA's Most Improved Player award is always one of the most fun to speculate about since no one actually knows who should qualify.

Some years, the honor goes to a player who didn't actually do much improving, but instead maintained his level of play while receiving far more run. Other times, it goes to someone who actually did make substantial leaps on both ends of the floor.

Does it have to be awarded to a player still en route to becoming a star? Can someone such as Stephen Curry win despite already enjoying celestial status?

Here, everyone is eligible, so long as he played more than 50 games in 2014-15 and is currently qualified for the scoring leaderboard. We're also going to remain entirely objective while selecting a squad with a traditional starting lineup, one backup at each position and one extra second-stringer in both the backcourt and frontcourt.

Total points added (TPA), which is explained in full throughout this article, is the basis of the analysis. The players featured are the ones who submitted the largest positive difference between their scores in 2014-15 and their marks in 2015-16, which have been prorated ...

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