Brandon Ingram came into the @NBA as one of the youngest players in the 2016 Draft, still 18 years old at the time. Having just turned 21 today, he still has so much room to grow heading into his third season. I’m looking forward to seeing how he’s improved this offseason - because he got a LOT better last summer - and to finding out how much LeBron can help.
One reason not to be too surprised by @jhart being perhaps the top MVP candidate in Vegas through the first 3 games: In 23 starts as a 2017-18 rookie, he put up 13.3 points on 49.6% shooting (42.2% from 3) plus 6.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.0 steals and 1.0 TO’s. Hart can ball. Shoutout to @jessebusslal (and Magic/Pelinka) for drafting him at No. 30.