NBA Rookie Rankings 2/4/14: See-Saw Battle in Rookie of the Year Race Continues

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Jan 31, 2014; Orlando, FL, USA; Milwaukee Bucks point guard Nate Wolters (6) reacts from the court against the Orlando Magic during the second half at Amway Center. Orlando Magic won 113-102. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Throughout the course of the 2013-14 season, HoopsHabit will be presenting an NBA rookie power ranking, letting you see who has the best shot at winning the Rookie of the Year Award at season’s end.

The look on Nate Wolters‘ face pretty much sums up the rookie class this season. Just when we think we have everything figured out in the NBA we begin to learn, again, that we know absolutely nothing. In last week’s edition of the NBA Rookie Rankings, Trey Burke jumped passed Victor Oladipo for the No. 2 spot, the same spot that Oladipo has held onto for quite some time. This week, well, things got interesting once again.

It’s hard to pinpoint where exactly things took a turn for the strange, once again, but we’ll try to figure it out. Or perhaps the universe is just once again balancing itself out, trying to keep order in the Rookie Rankings. That’s really up for everyone else to decide. For now, we’ll just focus on ranking the rookies.

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Topics: Anthony Bennett, Ben McLemore, Cleveland Cavaliers, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Los Angeles Lakers, Michael Carter-williams, Milwaukee Bucks, Nate Wolters, NBA, NBA Rookie Rankings, New York Knicks, Orlando Magic, Philadelphia 76ers, Ryan Kelly, Sacramento Kings, Tim Hardaway Jr, Trey Burke, Utah Jazz, Victor Oladipo

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