7 NBA Players Who Look Like They’ve Made Huge Improvements Since Last Season

November 18th, 2014 by Zach Buckley Leave a reply »
If the first few weeks of the 2014-15 NBA season are any indication, this year's Most Improved Player award field is going to be crowded.

Stars are being born, role players are becoming cornerstones and ceilings are being raised all across the basketball world.

The seven players here didn't finish last season in the same spot. Some had already flashed superstar ability, while others had only hinted at a bright future if they could tap into their full potential.

No matter where they left off, all have since sent their stocks soaring.

In order to compile this list, a couple requirements were put in place.

One, all players had to have a player efficiency rating of at least 20 (league average is 15.0). It isn't easy jumping from bad to mediocre, but it's not something that should be celebrated like a guy pushing himself somewhere between good and great.

Also, players need to have seen at least 20 minutes of action a night. As incredible as Dennis Schroder and his 22.3 PER have been out of the gate, it's hard to fully gauge the level of his improvement when he's spending more than 60 percent of the game on ...

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