3 Under The Radar Players Deserving More Attention

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With just over two weeks left in the 2021-22 NBA regular season, many are beginning to shift their focus towards the playoffs and what the path to the NBA Finals could look like for many of the league’s top championship contenders. 

All season long, the Miami Heat have stood at the top of the Eastern Conference standings, but with just nine games remaining on their schedule, they are just 0.5 games up on the Bucks for the 1-seed in the Eastern Conference. 

Near the bottom of the East, the Cavaliers and Raptors continue to fight to avoid the play-in tournament and the Brooklyn Nets, led by Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant, are right behind the Raptors as well! 

Out in the Western Conference, the Phoenix Suns are about to clinch the 1-seed, but the Grizzlies and Warriors have looked like two potential championship-caliber teams all year long and drama continues to mount in the play-in tournament region of the standings, as the Lakers and Pelicans continue to battle for the ninth seed.

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Crazy things are happening across the NBA as we enter the last several games on every team’s schedule and while attention is turned on the playoffs and the award races, there are several players around the league that are getting overlooked. 

Whether it is their current contract situation, the numbers they are putting up, or their team’s position entering the offseason/postseason, these three players are flying under the radar and need to have more attention put on them not only to finish the season but entering the offseason. 

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