The 2017 NBA draft has a lot of players who have had a rough start to the season, but one player has been trending upward.
According to ESPN, the 2017 NBA Draft is trending toward more players averaging over 20 points per game, which could be a big factor in the 2017-18 NBA season.
Here are the 2017 lottery picks that are trending upward:Carson Wentz, Tennessee, 5.3 points per playCarson Walker, North Carolina, 5 points per possessionT.
Leaf, Virginia Tech, 3.4 points per passDevin Booker, Louisville, 3 points per carryNate Wolters, Georgia, 3 reboundsCameron Payne, Indiana, 3 stealsT.j.
Warren, UCLA, 3 turnoversJayson Tatum, Duke, 3 dunks.
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