NBA WAS vs TOR and IND vs CLE NBA Key Players
Washington Wizards vs Toronto Raptors – NBA Key Players
Washington Wizards NBA Key Players– Bradley Beal, John Wall
Bradley Beal – The Shooting-Guard played all the 82 games for Washington Wizards in the regular season, and topped the scoring chart for his team. He averaged 22.6 points per game, and his performance in the post-season is equally impressive.
John Wall – The Point-Guard missed 50% games in the NBA regular season, but his contribution still weighs much more than any other player. In those 41 games, he was scoring at 19.4 points per game. Since he made his comeback, he has been phenomenal and in the post-season, he is averaging 25.7 points per game.
Toronto Raptors NBA Key Players – DeMar DeRozan, Kyle Lowry
DeMar DeRozan – Whether it’s the regular season or the playoffs, the 28-year-old is Toronto Raptors’ best player by a stretch. The 2009 NBA Draft is averaging 25.7 points per game in the NBA Playoffs season.
Kyle Lowry – The veteran still packs a punch and the stats shows that the 32-year-old still has so much to offer to his team. In the NBA regular season, the Point-Guard played 78 games and was Toronto Raptors’ 2nd most offensive player.
In the Post-Season, he is scoring 14.3 points, 4.7 rebounds and 9.7 assists per game.
Indiana Pacers vs Cleveland Cavaliers – NBA Key Players
Indiana Pacers NBA Key Players– Victor Oladipo, Bojan Bogdanovic
Victor Oladipo – The 25-year-old Shooting Guard is the best offensive player in Indiana Pacers’ rank in the NBA Post-Season so far. He is averaging 24.0 points per game in the playoffs series against Cleveland Cavaliers and is the main reason why his team is leading the series against LeBron James’ team.
Bojan Bogdanovic – The Small-Forward has been quite sensational and is averaging 17.7 points per game in the post-season. He is also racking up 4.3 rebounds per game.
Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Key Players– LeBron James, Kevin Love
LeBron James – The only Cleveland Cavaliers player to average more than 20 points per game in the NBA Post-Season. In Fact, the four-time NBA MVP is scoring at 32.7 points per game in the playoff series. His achievement looks even more phenomenal if we consider that no other Cavaliers’ player is even scoring more than 15 points per game in the post-season.
Kevin Love – His form has taken a dip at the most critical of the time. In the regular season, the 29-year-old averaged 17.6 points per game, with his rebounds contribution of 9.3 ranked highest amongst his teammates. While in the post-season, he is scoring at 14.3 points per game. But he remains a big player for Cleveland Cavaliers