The 2010-11 season is still young, but many players have already established themselves as candidates for the NBA All-Breakout Team.
Through a handful of standout performances, these individuals have become surprise stars for their teams, producing at a level which they had never before experienced.
However, the NBA season is a long, grueling campaign, and long-term, consistent production is a very hard feat to accomplish.
Therefore, some of these breakout candidates will inevitably experience a drop-off in production and level of play.
Consequently, we are faced with the following two questions:
Who's for real?
Who's a mirage?