NBA Offseason: Players That Will Make A Leap Next Season

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Jan 18, 2014; Dallas, TX, USA; Portland Trail Blazers shooting guard C.J. McCollum (3) during the game against the Dallas Mavericks at the American Airlines Center. The Trail Blazers defeated the Mavericks 127-111. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

C.J. McCollum- C.J. McCollum was only a rookie last season and missed a bit more than half the season with a foot injury. The combo guard averaged 5.3 points in 12.5 minutes, playing behind Damian Lillard, Wesley Matthews, and Mo Williams. There is a good chance that Williams will opt of his deal and the doors will open for McCollum. What makes McCollum an intriguing player is that he can create his own shot better than most guards. Expect McCollum to average in the range of 13-15 points next season in about 25 minutes as the Blazers sixth man.

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  • John hooks

    all these players ain’t going to do shit.stop over hyping people who aren’t all that good.lol.you even put Austin rivers and giannis in this.let only Steven Adams.lol.just retire as a writer.you will never work for bleacher report.lol

  • John hooks

    Watch.i will prove you wrong like it always do to your friends who write about players who will explode and have a good season.just like how I prove your friend wrong about jimmy butler and mkg.they suck.lol