Lou Williams – Hit
Lou Will is tied for the second-largest margin of improvement on the Clippers roster, behind only Austin Rivers, and he deserves that leap. Coming off a career-year in which he averaged 17.5 points per game and shot 37% from deep, Williams will pick up right where Jamal Crawford left off. He’ll likely be LA’s sixth-man all year, and that’s probably the way he’d like it to be. He does his best work as a reserve, averaging nearly 12.5 points per contest in 22 minutes of play throughout his career. He’ll again enter the season as an early favorite for the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year award, and reasonably so. Once Sweet Lou gets started, you just can’t stop him.