Complete 2015 Projections

The default order for player projections is based on ESPN.com's recommended draft rankings, which take into account projected total points as well as upside and risk.

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PROJECTED 2015 SEASON STATS
1. John Wall, Wsh PGYEARGPMINFG%FT%3PMREBASTA/TOSTLBLKTOPTS
2014 Statistics8236.3.433.8051.34.18.82.441.80.53.619.3
2015 Projections7335.9.440.8021.34.09.12.521.70.63.620.0
2015 Outlook: As is the case for most young ballers -- even the extremely talented ones -- it took Wall a few seasons for his body to adjust to the rigors of an 82-game campaign and pull his entire statistical arsenal together. The payoff last season was a full 82-game slate of high-end production, accented by career highs of 19.3 PPG, 16.3 FGA, 8.8 APG and 1.8 SPG. Furthermore, he added a 3-point shot to his game, averaging 1.3 per game and a respectable 35.1 percent. So long as he stays healthy, Wall will match or exceed those numbers this season. He has had nagging issues with his left knee, but he's heading into his physical prime at 25, so the upside is worth the risk of an early draft pick. --TC
2. Bradley Beal*, Wsh SGYEARGPMINFG%FT%3PMREBASTA/TOSTLBLKTOPTS
2014 Statistics7334.7.419.7881.93.73.31.901.00.21.817.1
2015 Projections7538.0.426.7832.54.33.41.781.10.41.920.1
2015 Outlook: Those of us who hyped Beal as one of the top breakout candidates last season were validated when he came out of the gate averaging 20.9 PPG, 2.8 3s, 4.2 RPG, 3.6 APG and 1.0 SPG. Unfortunately, he got hurt before Thanksgiving arrived -- and then Trevor Ariza happened. Despite Ariza's unexpectedly strong play, which capped Beal's upside, Beal's production slowly increased throughout the season. His playoff numbers weren't all that different than how he began the season. The Wiz replaced Ariza with Paul Pierce, who is no slouch. However, his skill set at his age isn't likely to eat into Beal's dynamic play at the 2. Expect Beal to start off just like last season and then keep rising like the young star he is. --TC
3. Andre Miller, Wsh PGYEARGPMINFG%FT%3PMREBASTA/TOSTLBLKTOPTS
2014 Statistics5816.9.459.7790.22.23.43.230.60.21.14.9
2015 Projections7118.5.465.8070.22.33.92.800.60.11.46.1
2015 Outlook: As a 38-year-old, it's a minor miracle Miller can still handle himself well as an NBA point guard. Nonetheless, heart, fundamentals and savvy can get him only so far at that age. He'll back up John Wall at the point and sport minimal fantasy value unless Wall gets hurt, in which case he will be a hot waiver-wire pickup. --TC
4. Rasual Butler, Wsh SGYEARGPMINFG%FT%3PMREBASTA/TOSTLBLKTOPTS
2014 Statistics507.6.464.5710.50.80.31.550.10.20.22.7
2015 Projections619.3.394.6110.61.20.41.330.20.20.32.9
2015 Outlook: Butler is one of about a half dozen players the Pacers have in their backcourt who should have seen only spot minutes as backups this season. Instead, the offseason losses of Paul George and Lance Stephenson have opened up a ton of minutes. Butler isn't skilled enough to make anything of the opportunity statistically, so he'll be worth a look only in very deep leagues. --TC
5. Garrett Temple, Wsh SGYEARGPMINFG%FT%3PMREBASTA/TOSTLBLKTOPTS
2014 Statistics758.5.362.6980.10.91.01.710.50.10.61.8
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6. Xavier Silas, Wsh SGYEARGPMINFG%FT%3PMREBASTA/TOSTLBLKTOPTS
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7. Vander Blue, Wsh SGYEARGPMINFG%FT%3PMREBASTA/TOSTLBLKTOPTS
2014 Statistics35.0.500.2000.01.00.30.500.00.00.71.7
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