0 of 30 Andrew D. Bernstein/Getty Images Every NBA player is under some form of pressure. It comes with the territory of professional sports. The best of the best in their field are burdened by expectations. Some players are facing more scrutiny than others. And I know what you’re thinking: ”It’s the biggest stars, duh.” In many cases, this is correct. But not always. Our search will target those up against unique stresses and strains. Regular superstar attention and demands won’t cut it. Can certain marquee names reclaim All-Star form after major injuries? Will up-and-comers substantiate forecasts of grandeur? Can select rookies keep pace with longstanding or swelling fanfare? Will underachievers and fallen stars right their course? To anyone gearing up for the highest-stakes season of their career, this one’s for you. 1 of 30 Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images Trae Young’s future is now forever tied to Luka Doncic, the NBA rookie many have billed as a transcendental talent. Technically, the Atlanta Hawks did not draft Young ahead of him. But they traded out of the pick (No. 3) that became him. That amounts to the same thing. It might even be a stronger stance than the Sacramento Kings taking Marvin Bagley III instead… Read full this story
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