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Andrei Kirilenko would be higher on the list were he not out with an injury. AK47 has missed the past four games, but he makes it to No. 3 here based on what he did in the first 13.
With Kevin Love out early in the season, Kirilenko provided an invaluable contribution in nearly every phase of the game. He was Minnesota's best defensive player and best passer. He could guard nearly every position and play nearly every offensive position, depending on what the Timberwolves needed.
His unique game produces some of the league's strangest stat lines. Right now, Kirilenko is at roughly 13 points, eight boards, three assists, two blocks and a steal-and-a-half per game. Try all day, you can't find a similar line from another NBA player.
Odd-looking stats aside, Kirilenko has been much better than consensus had anticipated after returning to the league following a stint Russia. Imagine if the Celtics had taken what they spent on Jeff Green and cashed out Andrei Kirilenko instead?