60- Eric Gordon (New Orleans Pelicans)
Is this the year Gordon stays healthy? With new additions of Tyreke Evans and Jrue Holliday I expect Gordon to step up to keep his job and get the playing time he expects to get.
59- Kenneth Faried (Denver Nuggets)
The Manimal is a work horse and is very athletic. With a new coach it will be interesting to see if Faried is still able to get out and run which is his biggest positive.
58- Enes Kanter (Utah Jazz)
Enes will be the Jazz’s 2nd best player this year behind Hayward. Expect the Turk to average a double double and we might even get to see some threes this year as the Jazz look for ways to open up the inside.
57- Goran Dragic (Phoenix Suns)
With basically no help around him, expect some sleepers from the Suns to emerge because of Dragic. Dragic most likely will lead the Suns in points and assists by a long ways.
56- Evan Turner (Philadelphia 76ers)
I Might get some crap for this one but who else is gonna do anything on this team? This is basically Evan’s team til Philly gets Wiggins next year.
55- Tyson Chandler (New York Knicks)
This might be a little high or a little low for Chandler as his defensive presence is very understated.
54- Andrei Bargnani (New York Knicks)
I think this is the perfect place for Bargnani to throw up millions of threes and not have to play much defense. I expect Andrei to go for 30+ multiple times this next year.
53- David Lee (Golden State Warriors)
Golden State is solid as they will be the only team on this list with at least 5 players, David Lee is one of those.
52- Brandon Jennings (Detroit Pistons)
He’s out of Milwaukee and in a much better opportunity to win with Monroe, Drummond and Josh Smith in the front court.
51- Greivis Vasquez (Sacramento Kings)
The Kings finally have a point guard that they have desperately needed and will hopefully finally bring a talented group together. Greivis is vastly underrated and will be much like Conley was this past year.