4. Gordon Hayward (22.8 PPG, 6.5 RPG, 3.8 APG)
Who knew Hayward’s game would translate to the NBA game? I certainly didn’t see it coming. He’s really turned himself into a nice NBA player and borderline All-Star. He can do it all. Score, defend, pass, rebound and has sneaky athleticism.
His Jazz team is quietly getting better. They should make the playoffs this year, which should warrant him some consideration for the All-Star team this year. The West is weaker, and Hayward is without a doubt the best player on a playoff team, so perhaps he gets into his first All-Star game. He deserves it.