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Dallas Mavericks: Darren Collison (24) and OJ Mayo (24)
Cleveland Cavaliers: Kyrie Irving (20) and Dion Waiters (20)
Milwaukee Bucks: Brandon Jennings (22) and Ersan Ilyasova (25)
Memphis Grizzlies: Mike Conley (24) and Rudy Gay (25)
Washington Wizards: John Wall (21) and Bradley Beal (19)
Sacramento Kings: Tyreke Evans (22) and DeMarcus Cousins (21)
Utah Jazz: Enes Kanter (20) and Derrick Favors (21)
These seven pairs just missed the cut, partially because they are better candidates and partially because none have proven anything on the NBA level. Sure, Cousins and Evans have proved they can score, but call me when they make the playoffs.
Dallas, Cleveland and Washington will all have to wait and see if their duo makes the cut at the end of the season, but for now these guys are on the outside looking in.
Memphis and Utah have had early success with their duos, but with less notoriety and success than some of the other names on the list. There is so much talent to choose from that this section is certainly up for debate, with many of these names only a step or two behind the top 10.