NBA Sophomores and Juniors Primed for Big Seasons in 2015-16

October 23rd, 2015 by Jonathan Wasserman Leave a reply »
Sometimes, it can take a year or two for young NBA players to find their rhythm.

Much of the time, prospects just need a season to build some confidence and comfort with the game's new speed and athleticism. 

In other cases, it comes down to opportunity. Without control of where they land in the draft, many players end up on teams with no clear openings. 

After relatively slow starts to their careers, we expect these second- and third-year youngsters to break out following strong finishes to 2014-15, encouraging preseasons this October and a clear role waiting for them to fill.

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