An analysis of the players who have increased in value the most in 2015


Since I had so much fun putting together the analysis of the players who have fallen in value the most I've decided to do the same thing for the players who have increased in value the most.

Yes, I'm a nerd.

Here's an analysis of the 30 players who have fallen in value the most in 2015 by comparing their Yahoo O-Rank to their current rank with graphs comparing where they were last season, their positions and teams.


Where were they last season?

# Player Team O-Rank Rank Increase
1 Will Barton Denver Nuggets 216 31 185
2 Nikola Jokic Denver Nuggets 291 109 182
3 Kent Bazemore Atlanta Hawks 220 49 171
4 Evan Fournier Orlando Magic 219 68 151
5 Jerryd Bayless Milwaukee Bucks 228 80 148
6 Marvin Williams Charlotte Hornets 200 56 144
7 Jon Leuer Phoenix Suns 242 102 140
8 Jeremy Lamb Charlotte Hornets 239 100 139
9 Matthew Dellavedova Cleveland Cavaliers 237 101 136
10 Thabo Sefolosha Atlanta Hawks 223 94 129
11 Omri Casspi Sacramento Kings 229 107 122
12 Jared Dudley Washington Wizards 221 104 117
13 Kristaps Porzingis New York Knicks 157 41 116
14 Jae Crowder Boston Celtics 132 38 94
15 C.J. Miles Indiana Pacers 161 71 90
16 Matt Barnes Memphis Grizzlies 174 93 81
17 Jared Sullinger Boston Celtics 172 92 80
18 Kelly Olynyk Boston Celtics 188 116 72
Tony Parker San Antonio Spurs 150 78 72
20 Zaza Pachulia Dallas Mavericks 154 84 70
21 Tyreke Evans New Orleans Pelicans 121 53 68
22 Avery Bradley Boston Celtics 113 48 65
Otto Porter Washington Wizards 128 65 63
24 Harrison Barnes Golden State Warriors 125 63 62
Jordan Hill Indiana Pacers 173 111 62
26 C.J. McCollum Portland Trail Blazers 91 35 56
27 Karl-Anthony Towns Minnesota Timberwolves 64 12 52
Isaiah Thomas Boston Celtics 76 24 52
29 Rajon Rondo Sacramento Kings 104 55 49
30 Dirk Nowitzki Dallas Mavericks 61 14 47
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