6. Derrick Rose
If this was for the 2013-14 season, D-Rose would probably be No 1. Then he'd be 25 and entering his sixth NBA season. But it's for next season, his fourth in the NBA. Right now, he's the MVP, and only getting better. Few, if any, can match his athleticism. The only thing keeping Rose from the Top 5 is his inconsistent jump shot. -- Jordan Raanan (AP Photo/Jim Prisching)
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