1. Karl-Anthony Towns – Minnesota Timberwolves
Karl-Anthony Towns had one of the most productive, efficient rookie seasons ever in 2015-2016. Playing and starting in all 82 games, KAT managed to average 18.3 points and 10.5 rebounds on his way to unanimously winning the Rookie of the Year trophy. Not only is Towns the game’s best young player, he’s making it known that he wants to be remembered as a great teammate as well. Learning under the tutelage of NBA champion Kevin Garnett, look for KAT to begin collecting personal accolades this season, starting with an All-NBA selection.
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