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Kyrie is fun to watch and good for the League because he doesn’t fit neatly into any traditional category. He tends to stand out in All Star games and on Olympic teams because opponents can’t afford to double him or help off of any of his teammates, but for the same reason, the offensive production of his colleagues is diminished. He is not a great team player, but when paired with another superstar and supporting players who don’t need the ball, he can be transcendent at times. He’s also fortunate in that he plays for one of the best coaches in the NBA (#23).

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