As we approach the midway point in the 2012-13 NBA campaign, it's time to reassess how each of the top rookies has performed.
It's only January, but they've already played more games than in the average NCAA season, including conference and national tournaments. Who's cooling off, and who's heating up?
Some of the rookies have changed roles to adjust to team needs. For instance, Alexey Shved and Bradley Beal have seen their roles change with the return of injured starters, while Dion Waiters is now coming off the bench after being a starter.
What does the hierarchy of rookie post players look like? Which guards are overachieving?
Find out as we grade each of the top NBA newcomers.