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A new crop of young talented NBA players are taking over the NBA. They and they are led by future NBA MVP Derrick Rose.
In his third year, Derrick Rose is coming into his own, averaging 25 PPG, 8 APG and 4.2 RPG.
He has the led the Bulls to a 55-20 record and a No. 1 seed in the East.
Rose is not the only young NBA superstar taking over the league. The Oklahoma City Thunder have two superstars on their team in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.
Durant is leading the league in scoring at 27.8 PPG, and Westbrook, like Rose, has become a new type of athletic scoring point guard.
Young gun Rajon Rondo has struggled with his offense as of late, but has been the Celtics MVP. He has emerged as one of the best distributors since John Stockton or Magic Johnson. When the aging Celtics rebuild, Rondo will be the cornerstone of the franchise.
Young stars like Kevin Love, Blake Griffin, John Wall and Stephen Curry have played outstanding basketball, but need more talent around them to win.
Still, there is plenty of young talent on teams that can win now. These young stars are becoming the new faces of the NBA, and will lead the NBA into a new golden age in the years to come.