|1||JAMAL CRAWFORD, G, LA CLIPPERS: Crawford suffered a shoulder injury that kept him out of Wednesday’s win at Orlando. Perhaps he got hurt carrying the offense with Chris Paul out. He still managed to put up 21.7 ppg in three games he was able to participate in.||1|
|2||KEVIN MARTIN, G, OKLAHOMA CITY: Martin averaged 17.7 points while shooting 51 percent (21-of-41) from the field and 45 percent (9-of-20) from the arc. He did all this despite a hip injury. And hey, Russell Westbrook didn’t yell at him.||2|
|3||J.R. SMITH, G, NEW YORK: Averaged 17.8 points in four games while shooting 44 percent overall. However, 44 of his 59 shots were from the arc and he got to the free throw line just four times. The Knicks already have Steve Novak.||4|
|4||RYAN ANDERSON, F, NEW ORLEANS: Had a rough week, shooting just 13-of-33 while averaging 14.3 points in three games. The runaway leader in attempts and makes from the arc was one of six players chosen for the Three-Point Contest at All-Star Weekend. ||3|
|5||J.J. REDICK, G, ORLANDO: It’s especially tough to fill this slot this week. Redick has injury problems, as do Manu Ginobili and Gordon Hayward. Ray Allen, Carl Landry and Marcus Thornton all had rough weeks. Redick stays by default but can’t miss any more time.||5|
FIVE TO WATCH: Ray Allen, G, Miami; Manu Ginobili, G, San Antonio; Gordon Hayward, G-F, Utah; Jarrett Jack, G, Golden State; Carl Landry, F, Golden State.
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