J.J. Redick and Four Other Players Who Are Stepping Up in the NBA Playoffs

May 27th, 2010 by kevin roberts Leave a reply »
When the 2010 NBA Playoffs began, all the hype and talk was focused on big-time scorers and performers like LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Dirk Nowitzki, and Kevin Durant.

However, as we approach crucial games in both the Eastern and Western Conference finals, none of those guys are putting their signature on the NBA Playoffs.

Dwayne Wade is gone. Brandon Roy and Stephen Jackson didn't even get past the first-round.

While games are still being dominated by the likes of Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard, Steve Nash, and Rajon Rondo, an interesting theme that keeps coming up is the play of role players for these four remaining teams.

There are five guys in this year's playoff race that are playing extremely well, and whether or not they've already gotten fair credit, it's high-time they were featured in an article.

Read on for the top five players who are proving to be invaluable to their respective teams:


Goran Dragic, PG, Phoenix Suns

Dragic is basically an extension of Steve Nash. He sees the court with amazing vision and has the athleticism and instincts to make almost any pass or play ...

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