Which players should we be excited about?

The first half of the year is about the NBA, the second half is about football, and the third half is all about basketball.

The first week of October will see a lot of NBA action, with the likes of Kawhi Leonard and Damian Lillard joining the league’s best players at various points of the season.

We’ll look at a few players that might have a bright future in the NBA right now, along with a few that might not be that good, in the second part of our preview series.1.

Andrew Wiggins, Minnesota Timberwolves (19.9 points per game, 10.6 rebounds per game)The Wolves might have lost a lot this year, but Wiggins still made a big impact.

After a rough year for Wiggins, the Timberwolves had an off-season that saw them trade for Kevin Love, sign Kevin Durant, and add another player.

The Wolves are still a young team, and Wiggins has yet to be able to establish himself as a franchise player, but he has been an above-average player so far this season.

Wiggins has been one of the best shooters in the league, and his jumper is good enough to help him score and make plays.

Wiggins is averaging 10.3 points per contest, and he’s shooting better than 50 percent from three-point range, according to Synergy Sports.

He’s also shooting a respectable 43.6 percent from beyond the arc.

Wiggins was the No. 1 overall pick in this year’s draft, but the Wolves opted not to trade him.

This offseason will likely see Wiggins work his way back to the top of the draft order, but if he can improve his efficiency and put it all together, he could be a top-five pick in a couple of years.2.

Jamal Murray, Brooklyn Nets (16.9 PPG, 8.3 RPG, 4.6 APG)Murray might be a bit of a longshot to make the NBA this year after missing most of his first two seasons with a knee injury, but his career has been trending in the right direction.

Murray has developed into one of NBA’s most reliable offensive scorers, and is averaging a career-high in rebounds per contest.

Murray also ranks among the league leaders in points per possession, scoring average, assists per game and steals per game.

Murray is one of a handful of NBA players who can score in the double-digits on offense and finish at the rim on defense, and it would be an exciting development if Murray made it to the NBA with the Nets.

Murray’s defensive rebounding is also outstanding, averaging a team-high 5.6 blocks per game this season, per Synergy.

He can be a lockdown defender, and has shown an ability to find open teammates when he’s in the paint.

Murray was a second-round pick in 2016, but hasn’t played in a game since, so it’s likely he’ll be back in the minors this year.3.

Brandon Ingram, Golden State Warriors (19 PPG and 9.1 RPG, 8 assists per contest)Brandon Ingram has the most complete game of any rookie in the last decade.

He has scored at least 19 points in six of the past seven games and had 17 assists in all of them.

Ingram also shot 43.9 percent from the field in his first full season as a pro, and that number has been up and down this season as he continues to improve as a shooter.

Ingram is averaging 13.4 points per outing and has taken advantage of his increased shooting efficiency to finish with 20 or more points in three straight games.

He also has more than 10 rebounds in three of the last four games.

Ingram has made more than one three-pointer in six straight games, and will be expected to do so in his final two games of the regular season.

Ingram might not reach 20 points in every game this year as he’s averaging just 13.1 points per night, but as the season progresses he will be looking to improve on his scoring efficiency, which is something he hasn’t done since his rookie season.4.

Malik Monk, Charlotte Hornets (16 PPG in his past 10 games, 11.1 PPG this season)Monk is still a work in progress, but it’s clear he’s improving as a scorer.

He finished with nine points in the Hornets’ win over the Detroit Pistons, but has shot just 7-of-28 from the floor this season for the second straight game.

Monk has also missed 10 of his past 11 games with a hamstring injury, and there’s still a chance he might miss more games this season with that injury.

Monk has been good for five points or more in every contest this season and has scored in double figures in seven straight games this year and is shooting an NBA-best 38.2 percent from deep.

If he can continue to improve his scoring and defensive play, Monk could be one of these top draft prospects.5.

Emmanuel Mudiay, Cleveland Cavaliers (19 RPG,