9) Cade Cunningham
It will be tough to put a ceiling on Cade’s capabilities until he is surrounded with more talent. While the counting stats are strong, 22.5 ppg, and 7.5 apg, it remains to be seen how much of an impact on winning Cade has. Since Cade was selected first overall, the Pistons have gone just 46-167, and things are not exactly looking up as they sit in the basement of the Eastern Conference.
Cade has bounced back strong from what was essentially a lost season last year due to injury. He has played in 39 of the team's 49 games to this point, an encouraging sign after appearing in only 12 contests last season.
Cade's talent is undeniable, and on some nights he can look like the best player on the floor, even when matched up with some of the game's best. If the Pistons have a strong offseason and start moving up the standings, it won’t be long until Cade is considered one of the better point guards in the game.