Stud - Tyrese Haliburton
At this point, Tyrese Haliburton shouldn’t even be allowed on this list anymore because it seems as though in every single game he plays for the Indiana Pacers, he’s going to be a stud.
After making his first All-Star team last year, Haliburton has managed to kick things up a notch, and this season, he’s playing like an All-NBA-level guard for the Pacers.
Things were no different against the Philadelphia 76ers, as while the Pacers failed to walk away with a win, Haliburton was still far and away the best player on the court for Indiana. He looked amazing.
Haliburton ended the night with a team-high 25 points to go along with one rebound, a ridiculous 17 assists, two steals, and one block. He shot 9-of-14 from the field and 3-of-6 from behind the three-point arc.
It seems as though every time Haliburton touches the ball, it turns to gold for the Pacers, who currently lay claim to the best offense in basketball (and he’s the primary reason why).
Haliburton played 36:10 against the Pacers, which was the most on the team, and he (+4), along with Aaron Nesmith and TJ McConnell, was one of three players who had a positive +/- against the 76ers.