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NBA Rookies Polled To See What They Think About The 2014-15 Draft Class

  • Jake O'Donnell

The NBA should do more of these things. Ya know, getting players to anonymously give their opinions of their peers. It’s a nice way to build rivalries (sort of), or at least motivate guys who would otherwise think they’re hot shit (see: MOST OVERRATED, below).

Biggest surprises? How highly Shabazz Napier and Kevin Durant are thought of (and conversely, how much less popular LeBron and Andrew Wiggins are among the current rookie class). Check out the rest of the poll, here.

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR:
1: Jabari Parker, Milwaukee — 52.8 percent
T-2: Doug McDermott, Chicago — 8.3 percent
Andrew Wiggins, Cleveland — 8.3 percent
T-4: Shabazz Napier, Miami — 5.6 percent
Nerlens Noel, Philadelphia — 5.6 percent
Elfrid Payton, Orlando — 5.6 percent

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BEST CAREER:
1: Jabari Parker, Milwaukee — 45.9 percent
2: Doug McDermott, Chicago — 13.5 percent
3: T.J. Warren, Phoenix — 8.1 percent
T-4: Zach LaVine, Minnesota — 5.4 percent
Andrew Wiggins, Cleveland — 5.4 percent

MOST UNDERRATED:
1: Kyle Anderson, San Antonio — 11.1 percent
T-2: Mitch McGary, Oklahoma City — 8.3 percent
Glen Robinson III, Minnesota — 8.3 percent
C.J. Wilcox, L.A. Clippers — 8.3 percent
T-5: Gary Harris, Denver — 5.6 percent
K.J. McDaniels, Philadelphia — 5.6 percent
Doug McDermott, Chicago — 5.6 percent
Andrew Wiggins, Cleveland — 5.6 percent
James Young, Boston — 5.6 percent

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MOST ATHLETIC:
1: Zach LaVine, Minnesota — 56.6 percent
2: Andrew Wiggins, Cleveland — 30.3 percent
3: Aaron Gordon, Orlando — 10.5 percent
4: Cleanthony Early, New York — 2.6 percent

BEST SHOOTER:
1: Doug McDermott, Chicago — 39.5 percent
2: Nik Stauskas, Sacramento — 26.3 percent
3: Joe Harris, Cleveland — 13.2 percent
4: P.J. Hairston, Charlotte — 5.3 percent
5: C.J. Wilcox, L.A. Clippers — 5.3 percent

FAVORITE CURRENT NBA PLAYER:
1: Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City –25.0 percent
2: Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers — 19.4 percent
3: LeBron James, Cleveland — 12.5 percent
4: Carmelo Anthony, New York — 8.3 percent
T-5: Paul George, Indiana — 5.6 percent
Kyrie Irving, Cleveland — 5.6 percent

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