LeBron James, PF, Los Angeles Lakers
James has to get it going if he wants the Lakers to make the playoffs and while he has relatively played well since his return, he needs to up his play another level. That said, there's no better way than lighting up a mediocre team like the Hawks.
Klay Thompson, SG, Golden State Warriors
KT has been pretty effective lately, averaging 27 points, 3.8 rebounds, 3 assists, 1.3 steals, and 1.3 blocks over his past four. The two previous games Read More
Montrezl Harrell, PF, Los Angeles Clippers
Since Blake Griffin's departure, the Clippers has been able to give Harrell a steady amount of minutes and it's been paying dividends. He has been averaging 16.8 points and 3.8 rebounds on a 76% clip from the floor.
Taurean Prince, SF, Atlanta Hawks
Prince has scored in double-digits in seven straight games and nine of the last 10. In the past seven days, Prince is averaging 19 points while also contributing across the board (4.5 rebounds, 2.3 Read More
The NBA All-Star Game is just around the corner and you may have heard the five starters from each conference are all good to go. All of them deserved the call, except maybe Kobe Bryant, who has done nothing this conference but pass (to teammates and non-teammates), shoot bricks, and basically little else. (To be fair, the passing of Michael Jordan as the third all-time leading scorer is one heck of an achievement, but it's more of a lifetime feat than an in-season effort.)
Speaking of the All-Star Read More