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Trae Young Is The Next Steph Curry, Markelle Fultz Could Win Most Improved! NBA Recap Week 1



In his first three games of the season Trae Young has proven that he is not a fluke. The Atlanta point guard is averaging a whopping 34 points per game along with 7.3 assists and 4 rebounds a game. He is doing all this while leading his team to a 3-0 record to begin the year. The Hawks scored 83 points in the first half against the Bulls on opening night. He is playing like a young Curry launching the ball from anywhere on the court and shooting 42% from behind the arch. Young is already a lock for an Eastern Conference All-Star this year and will be fun to watch all season.



Markelle Fultz is already making his case for most improved player award early in the season. The magic point guard might have a chip on his shoulder being drafted number 1 overall in 2017 and many people already labeling his as a bust. So far this season he already raised his point per game numbers from 12 a game last year to 20.7 this season. The magic drafted Cole Anthony in the off season and Fultz felt some type of way about that and so far he is proving why the Orlando Magic traded for him. This is the last year of his contract and he needs to prove to the Magic or other teams that he is still worth the money, and so far is showing people just that.