NBA Players Primed For Major Breakout 2022-23 Season

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With only a few weeks until training camps get started around the NBA, rosters are beginning to come into shape. While there could still be a few moves made, as some trade rumors are still popping up, a lot of the heavy lifting has been done.

People will keep an eye on the Utah Jazz in the coming weeks as they could still move some of the remaining veterans. With Royce O’Neale, Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell already traded, a rebuild is certainly underway.

That will certainly shake things up a little bit, as there are plenty of trade partners looming around the league. High-level players have been involved in trade rumors all summer and last-minute deals could get done ahead of and during training camp. 

Some veterans are still looking for contracts as free agents as there are legitimate rotation players still waiting to sign deals. A few more moves are expected ahead of training camp as teams finalize their rosters, but for the most part, we know what the teams will look like heading into camp. 

Just like every year, there will be players poised to take that next step whether it is from natural development or playing time being opened up from other moves in the offseason. Which players are primed for those improvements? Here are five NBA players primed for a major breakout during the 2022-23 season.

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