• Josh Hart
    G, Los Angeles Lakers

    Josh Hart looked great against the Kings on Thursday, scoring 17 points on 4-of-9 shooting with two triples, five boards and a block.

    Hart always filled up the stat sheet when spot starting for Lonzo Ball last season and he's improved upon his already polished game from last season. With Lance Stephenson and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope taking up backcourt minutes, it's hard to see Hart being fully unleashed, but he's definitely the best option out of those three players. Hart plays aggressive but smart and has all the tools to be a big time contributor for this Lakers team.