Ranking the Most Impressive Starts for NBA’s Rookies So Far

November 12th, 2015 by Dan Favale Leave a reply »
With a small, albeit still significant, portion of the 2015-16 NBA season in the books, this year's rookie class has a question it would like to ask.

Are you impressed? 

First impressions are difficult to make at the NBA level. Beginners are at an inherent disadvantage because they represent only a small fraction of the entire league. Most of their opponents are more advanced, and many of them are established superstars.

It can be nearly impossible for new kids on the block to distinguish themselves under those circumstances. Those who do are ahead of the curve. Irrespective of the sample size, their ability to stand out while they're still learning, still in the feeling-out stage of their professional career, is impressive.

Now sure seems like a good time to pay homage to these thriving aspirants, doesn't it?

Only those who are healthy and averaging at least 10 minutes per game are eligible to be included. No, an exception will not be made for Frank Kaminsky. Please send all gripes over his lack of playing time to: DidTheHornetsReallyPassUpFourFirstsJustToNeverPlayFrank@yikes.lol.

Rookies will be selected ...

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