The No. 1 overall Prospect in our rankings doesn't have anywhere else to go, really, as far as that ladder's concerned. Except for off of it, that is.
In the first five games of his NBA D-League career -- six, if you count a 49-point preseason performance -- CDR's sliced up his competition like he worked at a deli counter. And he's not just scoring, though he's doing a lot of that, too (27.8 ppg). He's also averaging 5.4 boards, 3.6 assists and 2.0 steals a night, and hung up a 27-point, 7-rebound, 8-assist night on the Rio Grande Valley Vipers on Saturday.
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