Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Nonconference: 14.5 PTS, 8.7 REB, 6.7 AST, 3.1 TO, 1.8 STL
Kyle Anderson can and does do it all on the offensive end.
As evidenced by his stats, the 6'9" point guard is one of the most versatile players in the country. Anderson not only averages the closest to a triple-double amongst all players in the nation, but he also notched himself a genuine triple-double during nonconference play (13 PTS, 12 REB, 11 AST vs. Morehead State).
Although Anderson is one of the nation's premier players, he's often overambitious on the defensive end, which yields mistakes alongside stat-padding blocks and steals.
Consistency on both ends will be the key for Anderson in conference play, but his talent will most certainly continue to shine bright as it has so far this season.
Among his many accomplishments, Anderson has improved tremendously from beyond the arc and has already made more three-pointers this season (12-of-22) than last (8-of-38).
With dedication and added confidence, he shot an impressive 54.5 percent from beyond the arc through UCLA's nonconference games, a 33.3-percent increase from last season.