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Kemba Walker's ridiculous week in Maui (90 points in five halves) now has him mentioned as not only a player of the year candidate, but, for the first time in his career, as a serious lottery prospect.
He's also currently ranked No. 2 on John Hollinger's NCAA Player Efficiency Rankings. Hollinger developed a college PER last season and it did a good job of highlighting some of the best draft prospects in the country (Kentucky's DeMarcus Cousins topped the list last season with a 35.45 PER).
We've covered a number of other players at or near the top of Hollinger's rankings including Marcus Morris, Kenneth Faried, Terrence Jones and Chris Singleton. But none of these guys can claim the top spot on Hollinger's chart. Who can?
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