Five Most Underrated Players In The NBA

November 29th, 2009 by Pro Sports Addicts Leave a reply »
5. Andris Biedrins, C, Golden State Warriors

Biedrins has never really been a big name player. He use to have so much trouble when it came to staying out of foul trouble. This season he has really stepped it up as a starter, yet no one recognizes him.

He is still just, that guy on Golden State.

This season he has averaged a double-double every game. He has averaged a career-high in PPG with 11.9, a career-high in RPG with 11.2, and a career-high in MPG with 30.

Still why isn't this guy seen as a big name player? It's because he is on a lousy team, but he deserves credit for what he does on this team.

4. Thaddeus Young, SF, Philadelphia 76ers

Young was drafted 12th overall in the 2007 draft and he arrived with high hopes. Yet he was never played.

His rookie season he averaged around 21 MPG. He wasn't considered a stud from his rookie class that year.

Then came the 2008-'09 season. He started 71 of the 75 games he played and he averaged 15.8 PPG while playing 38.2 MPG. He turned into the second option on the team. He was able to hit shots when they needed him to and yet he still isn't ...

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