The free throw taunts continue for Giannis Antetokounmpo.
LaMelo Ball is fresh off of winning the Rookie Of The Year award following a spectacular season with the Charlotte Hornets. While the Hornets were unable to make it to the playoffs, Ball was very solid as the team's point guard and he had moments of brilliance that had fans believing he will be a superstar in short order. His highlights are already some of the nicest in the league, and there is no doubt he will be a fixture in the NBA for years to come.
The Kentucky product would find his way back onto the court on May 1 and eventually closed out his fourth NBA season with career highs in scoring (11.7 points), assists (2.1), steals (0.5), field-goal percentage (43.4%) and three-point percentage (40.1%) in 42 games off the bench. Monk’s long-distance clip smashed his previous single-season best of 34.2% set as a rookie, and actually stood at 42.4% prior to his ankle injury. It was a plus year for me,” said Monk.