28. Trey Burke — New York Knicks
In yet another lost season for the Knicks, Burke shined in his return to the NBA. Coming in from the G-League as a mid-season acquisition, the former Michigan Wolverine has shown improvements in all facets of his game. The diminutive guard has always had a clean handle — though his finishing around the rim and consistency from the outside often came into question. Burke has been a far more efficient scorer and willing defender since his return to the league.
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27. George Hill — Cleveland Cavaliers
It’s only a matter of time until rookie Collin Sexton takes over. Until then, the veteran Hill will anchor a depleted Cleveland Cavaliers roster. The combo guard has lost a bit of his first step, though Hill has the length and savvy to compete on the defensive end. He’s also a lights-out corner three-point shooter. With the departure of LeBron James, we could see a more attack-minded Hill in 2019.
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