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NBA Talk #73: The top players that Deserves More Recognition Part 2
Image Source What's up basketball fans! I am here again @dwin0603 to give you another exciting basketball discussion for another episode of NBA Talk, and today we will talk about part 2 of the players that deserve more recognition than they actually have. Let's begin! In my previous article, I break down the top players that deserve more recognition but I realized that I'm missing something in my first article so I decided to make a part 2 or this topic. Now, let's break down another list of players that should get more attention and credit. Julius Randle Image Source After the Lakers let Randle walk away in free agency, he found a new home in New Orleans and played tremendous basketball there. He's been one of the top candidates for most improved player of the year and sixth man of the year. He improves many areas of his game like playmaking, ball handling, and perimeter shooting. Because of the mediocre season of the Pelicans, Randle has not drawn a lot of attention despite his brilliant performances all year long. The Lakers should be regretting letting him walk away. Bradley Beal Image Source Now that John Wall is out, Bradley Beal is singlehandedly carrying the Washington Wizards to the playoffs. Beal has been the best player for the Wizards for years and even when Wall is healthy, I still think that Beal is their best player. He can be a superstar without John Wall but the lack of success from the Wizards makes him lose attention from the NBA fans. Beal is not just a shooter. He can do all things. He can make plays, create on his own and play isolation. I believe Beal should get more credit because what he has shown to the league. D'Angelo Russell Image Source Russell has become a superstar now after some analyst see him as a bust when he was with the Los Angeles Lakers. At last, this season he made it to his first all-star game and he deserves that. He now proves that he can really be a superstar in this league and he can compete with all the elite guards in the NBA. He is the youngest to achieved 500 threes in his young career. And when he enters free agency, he will surely get a lot of money. That is all for today folks! I would be glad to hear your opinions about this article so drop your comments now and let's have some basketball talk! :)