Craziness has never been a big thing in sports.
But with the recent departure of John Harbaugh to the Detroit Lions, and the emergence of Connor Cook and Ezekiel Elliott, we’re seeing more and more fans expressing their love for the game of basketball.
As a result, there are now two ESPN Sports Crazier Person award winners: Connor Cook, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft and Ezekiel Elliot, the reigning Rookie of the Year.
Here’s a look at the top 10 of the ESPN Sports Crazy Person Awards:1.
Connor Cook: The No. 5 overall pick by the Philadelphia 76ers in 2017, Cook has been a breakout star for the 76ers this season.
The 6-foot-10 rookie guard is averaging 19.2 points and 8.4 rebounds per game for the Sixers.
Ezekiel Elliott: The 2017 NBA Rookie of a Year, Elliott is averaging 18.3 points and 5.5 rebounds per contest for the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Jayson Tatum: The 19-year-old point guard is the top overall pick for the Orlando Magic, and he’s made the most of his rookie season.
Tatum is averaging 21.5 points and 7.9 rebounds per outing for Orlando.
Darius Johnson: The 25-year old shooting guard is having one of the best seasons in NBA history, averaging 18 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists per game.
Jordy Nelson: The 24-year of guard, Nelson is averaging 23.3 and 8 rebounds per contests for the Los Angeles Lakers.
D’Angelo Russell: The reigning Rookie and Rookie of Year, Russell has been sensational for the Lakers.
The 20-year veteran is averaging 25.6 points and 10.7 rebounds per night for the team.
Shabazz Muhammad: The former NBA MVP is the leading scorer for the Cleveland Cavaliers, averaging 19 points, 8.7 boards and 3.5 assists per contest.
Kris Dunn: The 18-year player has been the best player for the Chicago Bulls this season, averaging 21 points and 12.6 boards per game on the season.
Taj Gibson: The 21-year senior guard is leading the Detroit Pistons in scoring with 22.5 ppg, while also being one of two players to average at least 23.0 points per game this season for the Detroit team.10.
Marcus Smart: The 23-year NBA veteran is leading all rookies in scoring, rebounds and assists per night.