Kristaps Porzingis crushing his preseason ADP
Corey Robinson breaks down Kristaps Porzingis' tremendously productive season for the Wizards as KP well outperforms his preseason ADP.
COREY ROBINSON: Entering the season with a Yahoo ADP of 46, Wizards power forward center Kristaps Porzingis has outperformed that number by a significant amount. He entered the All-Star break ranked 16th in [INAUDIBLE] per game value, averaging 22.8 points, 8.6 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 0.9 steals, 1.5 blocks, and 2.03 3-pointers in 32.5 minutes, appearing in 50 of Washington's 58 games.
The availability was the biggest concern at draft time, as Porzingis hasn't played 60 games in a season since the 2016-2017 campaign, his second. Knock on wood, that streak will likely come to an end this season. And he's been the biggest reason why the Wizards remain in the thick of the hunt for a play-in tournament spot as they entered the break ninth in the East and tied with eighth place Atlanta in the loss column. Porzingis wasn't named an All-Star, but he's on track to having the best season of his NBA career to date.