2. OG Anunoby
Anunoby might be in the middle of overcoming a difficult hip injury, but his contributions before that minor setback show that he is capable of being an elite two-way player. Anunoby could be performing at an All-Star level if he keeps these efficiency averages up all season long.
Anunoby is averaging 20.1 points per game this season, continuing his trend of improving his scoring average every year he has been in the league. Once a secret weapon that would stymie the opponent’s best player, Aunuoby is starting to morph into a legit star and become an even more valuable offensive weapon for Toronto.
The Toronto Raptors have a budding star in OG Anunoby.
Anunoby’s efficiency has taken a slight downturn due to his increased volume, but with the scoring numbers he’s been putting up, Toronto will likely tolerate that. His 36-point night against the Knicks showed the massive strides that he has made on that end of the floor.
Anunoby evolved from a defensive specialist with a raw offensive game at Indiana into someone worthy of getting sent to Cleveland for the All-Star festivities this season. The future for this team might be a bit murky, but Anunoby gives them plenty of stability and potential.