Another rookie, Ricky Rubio, also has surprised by being better than his considerable hype. Granted, he's a non-traditional rookie, but his ability to keep a live dribble and patiently wait for plays to develop belies his lack of NBA experience. As for disappointments,
Ricky Rubio —
Lamar Odom — The
John Wall — He was surrounded by an offseason of hype; apparently it was premature. His numbers are down across the board and his team is 1-11.
The season is young, so are the
The Wizards are the worst team in the NBA and a dozen games in, the locker room is poisoned. But Wall was a No. 1 pick. He's the Wizards point guard. And he's extraordinarily talented. It's time for him to lead — on and off the court.
Speaking of point guards, Miami rookie
Just look to the Wizards
Wouldn't the Wizards dominate both?
Disappointing because they all stink, and surprising because (save John Wall) the Wizards haven't traded any of them.
Others on the most disappointing list: Kevin Garnett, Lamar Odom, Joakim Noah,
My most surprising player is the reborn
Other most surprising candidates: