NBA’s Best and Worst Individual Performances of November

November 29th, 2014 by Stephen Babb Leave a reply »
It's been a tale of two seasons for the Cleveland Cavaliers' most recent superstar arrivals.

LeBron James has—for the most part—been himself. Aside from a couple of rough outings from the field and a few extra turnovers, he's doing the things we expect from a four-time MVP. 

Kevin Love, however, is off to a rocky start. He may be a sidekick in his new role alongside James and point guard Kyrie Irving, but the Cavaliers need more from him. Given this club's potential and ambitions, the pressure is on in a way it never was with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

With October's handful of games and November coming to a close, it's time to separate the hot starts from some of the more forgettable ones. To be clear, the worst performers on this list aren't the worst players in the league by any stretch. To the contrary, they're good players who had a bad month. They're the struggles we actually care about.

In no particular order, here's a look at the best and worst November's NBA stars had to offer. 

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