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Many young players and veterans made a difference off the bench out West. Top names included Jordan Clarkson, Tim Hardaway Jr. & Jalen Brunson.

Utah Jazz

Jordan Clarkson: Easily the best bench player in the NBA all season. Clarkson was second on the Jazz in scoring behind Donovan Mitchell. 18.4 PPG, 89.6% FT

Joe Ingles: Shooting & basketball IQ continue to stand out. Experienced veteran who makes winning plays. 12.1 PPG, 45.1% 3-PT

Georges Niang: Plays the right way, can shoot and rebound. Had a career season for Utah and impacted winning. 6.9 PPG, 42.5% 3-PT

Derrick Favors: Productive big man minutes off the bench. Favors had 4 blocked shots vs. New York on January 6th. 5.4 PPG, 1.0 BPG

Trent Forrest: Polished playmaker and confident ball handler. Undrafted rookie with potential as a versatile guard. 2.9 PPG, 1.5 APG

Ersan Ilyasova: Late season signing who played efficient. Knocked down 6 three-pointers vs. the Lakers in April. 3.8 PPG, 43.9% 3-PT

Matt Thomas: Shooting and movement without the ball have always stood out. Very underrated player. 3.1 PPG, 33.8% 3-PT

Jarrell Brantley: Brantley improved his three-point shot in his second season. Solid strength and versatility. 2.3 PPG, 42.9% 3-PT

Miye Oni: Fit in well when his name was called. Oni’s shooting and defense are valuable skills to have in today’s game. 1.9 PPG, 34.1% 3-PT

Juwan Morgan: Didn’t play much, but showed he can be efficient. Shooting and rebounding are there. 1.2 PPG, 1.0 RPG

Denver Nuggets

Monte Morris: Experienced guard who’s all about winning. Can run an offense or play off the ball. 10.2 PPG, 3.2 APG

Facundo Campazzo: Playmaking & defense were at high levels. Very productive first season in the NBA for the overseas point guard. 6.1 PPG, 3.6 APG

PJ Dozier: Dozier’s skills continue to improve with more minutes. Makes a positive impact on both ends. 7.7 PPG, 3.6 RPG

Paul Millsap: Veteran who can play different roles. Millsap’s basketball IQ and consistency are key reasons why he’s had such a long career. 9.0 PPG, 34.3% 3-PT

JaMychal Green: Does what it takes to win. Shooting, rebounding, screening and defense stood out. 8.1 PPG, 39.9% 3-PT

Austin Rivers: The former Knick can get it going when he’s making shots. Shooting off the dribble and off the catch was productive. 7.9 PPG, 36.9% 3-PT

JaVale McGee: Energy off the bench has always been there. McGee’s play on both ends can be counted on. 7.3 PPG, 5.2 RPG

Zeke Nnaji: The rookie showed the ability to play inside and out. Barely missed from the field in short minutes. 3.2 PPG, 40.7% 3-PT

Shaquille Harrison: Played for both Utah and Denver this season. Defended and ran the floor hard like he always has. 2.1 PPG, 81.8% FT

Bol Bol: The potential is certainly there. Bol’s overall skillset is impressive, definitely will have some big games once he gets minutes. 2.2 PPG, 37.5% 3-PT

Vlatko Cancar: Displayed a nice feel for the game in short minutes. 6’11” youngster who can step out and shoot it. 2.1 PPG, 1.2 RPG

Markus Howard: The rookie broke out on offense at the end of the season. Averaged 19.3 PPG on 53.7% FG/45.5% 3-PT/100.0% FT in the last three regular season games. 2.8 PPG, 77.8% FT

Portland Trail Blazers

Carmelo Anthony: Melo was a top bench scorer all season. Ability to catch & shoot, footwork and ball handling continue to stand out. 13.4 PPG, 40.9% 3-PT

Enes Kanter: A double-double machine in short minutes. Kanter brings great energy off the bench, as he can definitely stuff the stat sheet in a hurry. 11.2 PPG, 11.0 RPG

Anfernee Simons: Athleticism, shooting and ball handling are solid. Soon to be 22-year-old who gets better every year. 7.8 PPG, 42.6% 3-PT

Derrick Jones Jr: Ran the floor hard and played tough. Had 4 blocks vs. the Pelicans in March. 6.8 PPG, 3.5 RPG

Nassir Little: Improved his three-point shot and free throw shooting. Potential is high for the youngster. 4.6 PPG, 2.7 RPG

Harry Giles: Minutes were down, but that didn’t stop him from playing hard. Worked on his three point shooting and rebounded with a purpose. 2.8 PPG, 3.5 RPG

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson: Experienced player who goes 100% on both ends. Joined the Trail Blazers in April. 2.5 PPG, 2.4 RPG

Minnesota Timberwolves

Ricky Rubio: Rubio has made winning plays his whole career. The point guard has never averaged under 1.3 SPG in a season. 8.6 PPG, 6.4 APG

Naz Reid: Big man who can shoot from deep and play tough inside. Rebounding and shot blocking are very underrated. 11.2 PPG, 1.1 BPG

Jaden McDaniels: The rookie was able to start in 27 games for Minnesota. Versatile skills when it comes to shooting, defense, rebounding and passing. 6.8 PPG, 36.4% 3-PT

Juancho Hernangomez: 25-year-old with strength, rebounding and a consistent jump shot. Solid Experience. 7.2 PPG, 3.9 RPG

Jaylen Nowell: Nowell’s shooting and playmaking stood out. Productive player who is only getting better. 9.0 PPG, 81.8% FT

Josh Okogie: Didn’t shoot the ball well, but his effort is always at a high level. Had 5 steals vs. the Pelicans in January. 5.4 PPG, 2.6 RPG

Jarred Vanderbilt: Plays the right way and brings great energy. Showed double double abilities this season. 5.4 PPG, 60.6% FG

Jarett Culver: Former #6 overall pick who missed a good amount of the season. Has skills on both ends and can handle the ball when needed. 5.3 PPG, 3.1 RPG

Jake Layman: Layman’s athleticism and basketball IQ are solid. Played efficient in short minutes this season. 5.1 PPG, 49.5% FG

Jordan McLaughlin: Brings solid point guard abilities off the bench. Assist numbers are always there. 5.0 PPG, 3.8 APG

Ed Davis: Didn’t get much action off the bench, but rebounded the ball at a high level. The veteran had two 10 rebound outings in 23 games played. 2.1 PPG, 5.0 RPG

Oklahoma City Thunder

Theo Maledon: The rookie can handle the ball, score and defend. Went off for a 33 point game vs. Phoenix in April. 10.1 PPG, 3.5 APG

Isaiah Roby: Roby saw his first real NBA minutes and looked versatile. Athleticism, passing, rebounding and defense were solid. 8.7 PPG, 5.6 RPG

Aleksej Pokusevski: Youngster who showed a lot of very impressive signs this season. Versatility on both ends has bright potential. 8.2 PPG, 4.7 RPG

Svi Mykhailiuk: Spent time with Detroit before getting traded to OKC. Shooter who can handle the ball and makes the right passes. 8.5 PPG, 33.4% 3-PT

Ty Jerome: Jerome’s play at point guard stood out this year. Assist numbers and shooting from deep were solid. 10.7 PPG, 42.3% 3-PT

Moses Brown: Big man who is active around the rim. Had a stat line of 24 points, 18 rebounds, 7 blocked shots & 3 assists vs. the Clippers on May 16th. 8.6 PPG, 8.9 RPG

Kenrich Williams: Williams improved his 3-point shot and brought great energy. Also can defend different positions. 8.0 PPG, 44.4% 3-PT

Tony Bradley: The 23-year-old was traded from Philly in March. Had his best season and shot 66.5% from the field. 7.1 PPG, 5.7 RPG

Mike Muscala: Experienced player who can get it going from deep. Muscala shot 91.7% from the free throw line. 9.7 PPG, 37.0% 3-PT

Jaylen Hoard: Displayed a versatile feel for the game. Made a very positive impact in his short time with both Portland & OKC the last two years. 6.1 PPG, 3.4 RPG

Josh Hall: Athletic 20-year-old rookie with potential. Went for 25 points & 10 rebounds during the last regular season game. 4.1 PPG, 2.8 RPG

Gabriel Deck: An accomplished overseas player who looked confident in his 10 games in OKC. Solid strength, ball handling, shooting, rebounding and passing. 8.4 PPG, 2.4 APG

Darius Miller: Miller was waived by the Thunder in April, but still can produce for an NBA team. Shooter who can fit in with any club. 4.1 PPG, 40.5% 3-PT

Phoenix Suns

Jae Crowder: The veteran started in 42 games for the Suns this season. Does what it takes to win on both ends. 10.1 PPG, 38.9% 3-PT

Cameron Johnson: Johnson plays great when he’s in rhythm. Shot the ball extremely well early in the season. 9.6 PPG, 34.9% 3-PT

Cameron Payne: Remained confident all year with his jump shot. Playmaking and shooting impacted winning. 8.4 PPG, 44.0% 3-PT

Dario Saric: 6’10” with a smooth feel for the game. Scoring, rebounding, ball handling, defending and passing helped Phoenix. 8.7 PPG, 3.8 RPG

Torrey Craig: Defended hard and took efficient shots for the Bucks & Suns this season. Put up career bests from the field, 3-point distance and the free throw line. 7.2 PPG, 4.8 RPG

Frank Kaminsky: Kaminsky played solid basketball in a season where he had to prove himself. He went for a 12-13-8 game vs. Golden State in January. 6.6 PPG, 36.5% 3-PT

Jevon Carter: Continues to defend full court, knock down three pointers and dish out assists. Competitiveness is at a very high level. 4.1 PPG, 37.1% 3-PT

Langston Galloway: Shot the ball lights out in short minutes. Very productive scoring abilities when given the playing time. 4.8 PPG, 42.4% 3-PT

E’Twaun Moore: Experienced guard who can get going when he’s in the zone. Moore went 9-10 from the field for 22 points in Phoenix’s last regular season game. 4.9 PPG, 1.5 APG

Abdel Nader: Three point shooting and running the floor can make a difference. Shot career high percentages from the field and 3-point line. 6.7 PPG, 41.9% 3-PT

Jalen Smith: The rookie didn’t play much in his first NBA season, but showed positive signs. Had a stat line of 11 points, 10 rebounds & 2 blocks vs. San Antonio. 2.0 PPG, 1.4 RPG

Los Angeles Clippers

Reggie Jackson: Jackson shot a career best from the 3 point line. Catch & shoot ability, ball handling and playmaking stood out. 10.7 PPG, 43.3% 3-PT

Marcus Morris: Scored the ball at a very efficient clip all season. Went for a 33 point game vs. Miami and a 32 point performance vs. Detroit. 13.4 PPG, 47.3% 3-PT

Ivica Zubac: Shot blocking, rebounding and strength in the post were productive. Also a very good free throw shooter. 9.0 PPG, 7.2 RPG

Nicolas Batum: The veteran brought versatility in different roles. Averaged 1.0 SPG and also had a 5 block game vs. Indiana.  8.1 PPG, 40.4% 3-PT

Rajon Rondo: Rondo shot and passed the ball well for both Atlanta & LA this season. 40.4% three pointer shooter and 94.1% from the free throw line. 5.4 PPG, 4.4 APG 

DeMarcus Cousins: Showed signs that he can still stuff the stat sheet at a high level. Had a 3 game stretch for Houston where he averaged 17.3 PPG, 14.3 RPG, 4.7 APG, 1.7 SPG & 1.0 BPG. 8.9 PPG, 6.4 RPG

Luke Kennard: Kennard shot lights out in short minutes. Also an underrated playmaker with the ball in his hands.  8.3 PPG, 44.6% 3-PT

Terance Mann: Solid basketball IQ and energy. His versatility is growing with more minutes, as he put up shooting numbers of 50.9% FG/41.8% 3-PT/83.0% FT. 7.0 PPG, 3.6 RPG

Patrick Patterson: Shot the ball well and brought energy when needed. Knocked down 5 three pointers vs. Philly in April. 5.2 PPG, 35.7% 3-PT

Amir Coffey: Soon to be 24 year old with potential as a scorer. Can shoot and handle the basketball productively. 3.2 PPG, 41.1% 3-PT

Daniel Oturu: Rookie big man with potential on both ends. Strength, shot blocking and play in the post stood out in short minutes. 1.8 PPG, 1.6 RPG

Los Angeles Lakers

Montrezl Harrell: Harrell’s rebounding and activity around the rim were on display every night. He also shot a career best from the free throw line. 13.5 PPG, 62.2% FG

Kyle Kuzma: Definitely had some versatile games this season. Can put up points, assists and rebounds in a hurry. 12.9 PPG, 36.1% 3-PT

Talen Horton-Tucker: The 20-year-old has versatile guard skills to go along with solid strength. Very confident youngster for LA.  9.0 PPG, 2.8 APG

Ben McLemore: Spent time with the Rockets & Lakers this season. McLemore’s athleticism, shooting and defense are polished. 7.7 PPG, 34.6% 3-PT

Alex Caruso: Shot a career best 40.1% from three point land. Caruso does what it takes to win and plays well with anyone. 6.4 PPG, 1.1 SPG

Markieff Morris: Scored and rebounded the ball well when LeBron & AD were out. Stepped up when he was needed to start. 6.7 PPG, 4.4 RPG

Marc Gasol: Averaged a career low in minutes, but still made an impact. Gasol averaged 1.1 BPG on the defensive end. 5.0 PPG, 41.0% 3-PT

Wesley Matthews: Knocked down three pointers, defended and hit his free throws. Went 6-6 from deep vs. San Antonio in December. 4.8 PPG, 85.4% FT

Alfonzo McKinnie: Mckinnie’s jump shot and defense stood out in short minutes. Also crashed the boards hard. 3.1 PPG, 41.0% 3-PT

Devontae Cacok: Energy, screening and rebounding can be counted on. Big man with potential. 2.0 PPG, 58.6% FG

Golden State Warriors

Jordan Poole: Poole’s overall skillset looked improved on both ends. Driving and shooting were at high levels. 12.0 PPG, 35.1% 3-PT

James Wiseman: The #2 pick showed off efficient skills in his first season. He blocked 4 shots vs. Chicago in March. 11.5 PPG, 5.8 RPG

Juan Toscano-Anderson: Energy and confidence were at high levels. Shooting from the field, three point distance and free throw line were all improved this season. 5.7 PPG, 40.2% 3-PT

Kent Bazemore: The veteran shot the ball well and defended. Impacted winning by bringing energy every night. 7.2 PPG, 40.8% 3-PT

Damion Lee: Lee shot a career best 46.7% from the field and 90.9% at the free throw line. Also an effective passer, defender and rebounder. 6.5 PPG, 39.7% 3-PT

Eric Paschall: Three point shooting was improved in his sophomore season. Very productive player when he’s getting minutes. 9.5 PPG, 3.2 RPG

Kevon Looney: Averaged career highs in MPG and RPG. Former champ who has solid rebounding and screening skills. 4.1 PPG, 5.3 RPG

Mychal Mulder: Confident shooter who showed what he can do in real minutes. Averaged 13.0 PPG on 48.6% FG/43.9% 3-PT/ 100.0% FT during the last 11 regular season games. 5.6 PPG, 39.7% 3-PT

Nico Mannion: The rookie displayed positive signs of playmaking and defense. Also shot 36.7% from three point distance. 4.1 PPG, 2.3 APG

Alen Smailagic: 6’10” 20-year-old with potential. Strength, shooting and basketball IQ continue to grow. 1.9 PPG, 40.0% 3-PT

Gary Payton II: Joined Golden State in April and made the most of his time. Barely missed from the field and defended hard. 2.5 PPG, 76.9% FG

Sacramento Kings

Tyrese Haliburton: The rookie displayed a veteran like feel for the game all season. Also averaged 1.3 SPG and shot 40.9% from deep. 13.0 PPG, 5.3 APG 

Delon Wright: Wright put up career highs in PPG, APG, RPG & SPG. Started in games for both Detroit and Sacramento. 10.2 PPG, 4.4 APG

Terence Davis: Found a nice rhythm after being traded to the Kings. Versatile player who can get it going from three point land. 8.7 PPG, 36.7% 3-PT

Hassan Whiteside: Averaged 6.0 RPG in just 15.2 MPG. Whiteside went for 26 points, 16 rebounds and 5 blocks vs. Brooklyn in February. 8.1 PPG, 1.3 BPG

Maurice Harkless: 28-year-old veteran who spent 2020-2021 with Miami and Sacramento. Shot a career high 76.7% from the free throw line. 5.2 PPG, 2.4 RPG

Damian Jones: Brought energy to Phoenix, LA and Sacramento. Double double ability with shot blocking skills when given minutes. 4.7 PPG, 68.0% FG

Chimezie Metu: The big man played confident and brought toughness. Also expanded his game by shooting 35.1% from three point range. 6.3 PPG, 3.1 RPG

Justin James: Guard skills stood out at the end of the season. Exploded for 31 points vs. Memphis on May 13th. 3.9 PPG, 36.8% 3-PT

Kyle Guy: Didn’t get the minutes, but showed his potential in short runs. Shooter who can dribble and move without the ball. 2.8 PPG, 80.0% FT

Louis King: 22-year-old who shot 36.4% from three point land. Had 27 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals, and 2 blocks in a May matchup vs. Memphis. 7.3 PPG, 3.0 RPG

Glenn Robinson III: Waived by Sacramento in February, but shot the ball well and defended. Experience, shooting and basketball IQ can still help teams. 5.3 PPG, 36.4% 3-PT

Dallas Mavericks

Tim Hardaway Jr: Went for a career high 42 points vs. Detroit in late April. Averaged 19.6 PPG on 55.7% FG/49.4% 3-PT/88.9% FT during an 8 game stretch this season. 16.6 PPG, 39.1% 3-PT

Jalen Brunson: Brunson’s production and minutes went up in 2021. Shot 52.3% from the field and averaged a career best in rebounds. 12.6 PPG, 40.5% 3-PT

Maxi Kleber: Three point and free throw percentage has gone up every season. Shot 91.9% from the free throw line. 7.1 PPG, 41.0% 3-PT

Dwight Powell: Minutes were down, but his production was still there. Experienced player with skills on both ends. 5.9 PPG, 4.0 RPG

Trey Burke: Shooting and ball handling have stood out his whole career. Had games of 29 & 22 points early in the season when he was getting consistent minutes. 6.6 PPG, 35.4% 3-PT

Willie Cauley-Stein: Experienced big who plays well off the pick & roll. Always takes high percentage shots, rebounds and defends. 5.3 PPG, 63.2% FG

Boban Marjanovic: Understands his role and has a solid basketball IQ. Shot a career best 81.6% from the free throw line. 4.7 PPG, 3.9 RPG

JJ Redick: Redick shot consistently from deep with the Pelicans and Mavericks this season. Free throw percentage was exceptional once again, as he went 94.2% from the line. 7.4 PPG, 37.1% 3-PT

Nicolo Melli: Had an inefficient year shooting the ball in short minutes, but can still make a difference. Shooting, rebounding and passing are there. 3.0 PPG, 2.7 RPG

Josh Green: Rookie with nice athleticism and feel for the game. Took the right shots, defended and moved well without the ball. 2.6 PPG, 2.0 RPG

Memphis Grizzlies

Grayson Allen: Competitor who can heat up outside the three point line. Had multiple games where he shot over 50% from deep. 10.6 PPG, 39.1% 3-PT

Brandon Clarke: Clarke’s consistency on both ends continues to stand out early in his career. Also averaged 1.0 SPG this season. 10.3 PPG, 5.6 RPG

Desmond Bane: The NBA’s leader in rookie three point shooting displayed veteran like attributes. Very impressive jump shot and basketball IQ. 9.2 PPG, 43.2% 3-PT

De’Anthony Melton: Playmaker who improved his jump shot for Memphis. He’s never averaged less than 2.5 APG or 1.2 SPG in a season. 9.1 PPG, 41.2% 3-PT

Tyus Jones: Point guard skills have always been a positive off the bench. Also shot 91.1% from the free throw line. 6.3 PPG, 3.7 APG

Justise Winslow: Missed a lot of action the last two seasons, but hasn’t lost his feel for the game. Can score, pass, defend and rebound. 6.8 PPG, 4.5 RPG

Xavier Tillman: Tillman played in plenty of big games during his rookie year. Versatile big man with shooting, rebounding, defending and passing attributes. 6.6 PPG, 4.3 RPG

John Konchar: Ran the floor hard and gave great effort in short minutes. Also shot 37.5% from three point land. 4.3 PPG, 50.0% FG

Killian Tillie: 6’9” shooter with solid catch & shoot abilities. Keeps the game simple and defends. 3.2 PPG, 1.3 RPG

San Antonio Spurs

Lonnie Walker: Walker is developing into a versatile young player. Went for 31 points on 5 made three pointers vs. Milwaukee on March 20th. 11.2 PPG, 35.5% 3-PT

Rudy Gay: Experienced bench scorer who still looks sharp. He’s shot the ball 36.4% from deep in four seasons with the Spurs. 11.4 PPG, 38.1% 3-PT

Jakob Poeltl: Stepped up in a starting role when LaMarcus Aldrdge went to Brooklyn. Averaged career highs in PPG, RPG, BPG & APG. 8.6 PPG, 1.8 BPG

Patty Mills: Veteran shooter with playmaking abilities. Also shot 91.0% at the free throw line. 10.8 PPG, 37.5% 3-PT

Gorgui Dieng: Dieng went 42.9% from three point distance with Memphis and San Antonio. Improved his free throw shooting and brought energy. 6.8 PPG, 3.7 RPG 

Devin Vassell: Rookie who is only getting better on both ends. Shooting and defense have high potential. 5.5 PPG, 34.7% 3-PT

Drew Eubanks: Eubanks plays the right way and brings solid strength. Blocked 4 shots vs. Toronto in April. 5.8 PPG, 4.5 RPG

Luka Samanic: Hasn’t seen much NBA action, but knows how to play the game. 6’10” 21-year-old with versatile skills. 3.7 PPG, 2.1 RPG

Trey Lyles: Experienced player who’s still only 25-years-old. Career 34.1% three point shooter with rebounding attributes. 5.0 PPG, 35.0% 3-PT

Keita Bates-Diop: Brings strength, basketball IQ and shooting. Can defend different positions as well. 2.6 PPG, 1.6 RPG

Quinndary Weatherspoon: Weatherspoon is a confident scorer and ball handler. Has the potential to become a polished two way player. 2.3 PPG, 45.7% FG

Tre Jones: Rookie point guard who competes on both ends. Earned All-NBA G-League Third Team honors. 2.5 PPG, 1.1 APG

DaQuan Jeffries: Spent time with Sacramento and Houston before being claimed off waivers by San Antonio on May 15th. Athlete with shooting abilities. 4.1 PPG, 2.3 RPG

Marquese Chriss: Brought great energy on both ends before going down with a broken right leg. Chriss was waived by the Spurs in late March after being traded from Golden State. 6.5 PPG, 1.0  BPG

New Orleans Pelicans

Josh Hart: Saw career highs in RPG, APG and free throw percentage. Averaged 13.0 RPG and shot 91.7% from the free throw line in his last 5 games before going down with a right thumb injury. 9.2 PPG, 8.0 RPG

Nickeil Alexander-Walker: Improved his consistency from the field in his second season. Scored 30 or more points three different times this year. 11.0 PPG, 34.7% 3-PT

Willy Hernangomez: The big man put up multiple double double games. Productive moves in the post. 7.8 PPG, 7.1 RPG

Jaxson Hayes: Athletic youngster who showed he’s still improving for the better. Hayes had 6 blocked shots vs. Charlotte on May 9th. 7.5 PPG, 62.5% FG

James Johnson: Traded from the Mavericks during the deadline. Brought great energy, made high level assists and defended. 7.2 PPG, 3.5 RPG

Naji Marshall: Made a positive impact after going undrafted out of Xavier. Versatile skills on both ends to go along with a clever basketball IQ. 7.7 PPG, 2.8 APG

Kira Lewis Jr: First round pick with potential at point guard. Shot 84.3% from the free throw line and had a game with 4 steals on the defensive end. 6.4 PPG, 2.3 APG

Wesley Iwundu: Defended hard for the Mavericks and Pelicans this season. Played in a bunch of meaningful games when he was with Orlando. 2.4 PPG, 83.9% FT

Wenyen Gabriel: Never stops playing hard on both ends. Has improved every season of his young career. 3.4 PPG, 40.6% 3-PT

Houston Rockets

Eric Gordon: Gordon missed a bunch of games, but brought scoring on offense when he was healthy. He went off for 33 points vs. Dallas in January. 17.8 PPG, 82.5% FT

Jae’Sean Tate: Versatile rookie who displayed a solid overall skillset. Can handle the ball, shoot, pass, rebound and defend. 11.3 PPG, 5.3 RPG

David Nwaba: Put up career highs in PPG, SPG and free throw percentage. Defended hard and ran the floor. 9.2 PPG, 1.0 SPG

Armoni Brooks: Brooks showed off deep range in his late season run with Houston. Can get it going in a hurry when he’s making shots. 11.2 PPG, 38.2% 3-PT

KJ Martin: Rookie who played confident the whole year. Went 36.5% from three point range and blocked shots with impressive athleticism. 9.3 PPG, 5.4 RPG 

Sterling Brown: Saw career highs in minutes and three point percentage. Had five games with 10 rebounds or more. 8.2 PPG, 42.3% 3-PT

Danuel House: Experienced player who can shoot and defend. Makes winning plays on both ends. 8.8 PPG, 34.6% 3-PT

DJ Augustin: The veteran point guard was traded from Milwaukee in March. Continues to shoot and pass the ball very well. 7.7 PPG, 3.3 APG

Avery Bradley: Didn’t have enough time to develop a rhythm this year, but made an impact when healthy. Averaged 13.0 PPG on 52.2% from deep in the first five regular season games when he was with Miami. 6.4 PPG, 1.3 SPG

DJ Wilson: Wilson brought solid versatility when given minutes. Went for 25 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals vs. Denver in April. 5.2 PPG, 3.2 RPG

Khyri Thomas: Balled out on offense in his 5 games with Houston. Also averaged 1.8 SPG and 1.2 BPG. 16.4 PPG, 5.0 APG

Anthony Lamb: Won the G-League Most Improved Player Award. Efficient three point and free throw shooter. 5.5 PPG, 85.7% FT

Cameron Oliver: Joined the Rockets for just 4 games, but proved he has NBA skills. Strength and shooting are definitely there. 10.8 PPG, 5.3 RPG

Justin Patton: Patton played consistently this season before being waived by Houston. Makes the right plays, can shoot and defend. 5.4 PPG, 1.1 BPG