Ranking the 10 Most Underappreciated Players of the 2012-13 NBA Season So Far

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Ranking the 10 Most Underappreciated Players of the 2012-13 NBA Season So Far
Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Each NBA team has its stars, but also boasts under-the-radar performers who don't get nearly enough credit. The players that fit these labels make irreplaceable contributions on their respective squads.

Take Gerald Wallace (pictured), for example. He is not a lethal scorer and doesn't have much size at 6'7", 220 pounds, yet has developed into one of the best defenders in the league. 

Similarly, Greivis Vasquez is one of the league's premier young point guards but has yet to become a household name due to him playing in a small market, not to mention on a bad team.

Talents like Wallace and Vasquez are vastly underappreciated, though their value to their team is unquestionable. They rarely get their due respect, but it is time for that to change.

Starting with this top 10 countdown. 

 

Note: All statistics are accurate as of December 25, 2012.

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