It's time for some new blood in the rankings of the top five NBA players at each position.
Now that we have more than just a handful of games to work with, there are a few new players working their way into featured spots, especially because last week's edition contained so many established players who were getting by on reputation.
That said, reputation does still matter here. No one in the NBA has played even 10 games at the time of publication, so performance in 2012-13 is still aiding the analysis.
It's important not to get too carried away with hot and cold starts, although the week-to-week nature of these rankings naturally promotes more of a reactive feel. Players like Markieff Morris are able to work their way into the honorable mentions, for example, but they still need to maintain their elite-level success for longer to get into the top five at their respective positions.
So, how many players from your favorite team earned featured spots? Did the guys you root for move up? Did they fall down?
You'll have to read on to find out.
Note: All stats, unless otherwise specified, come from ESPN.com and are accurate as of Tuesday, Nov. 12.