1. Stephen Curry, Warriors Six weeks into the season, Curry looked like he'd be a solid pro going forward. He was shooting close to 40 percent from 3, had one 22-point game and was showing excellent passing skills. By the end of 2009, he had added a 27-point outburst and maintained the overall impression that he was worthy of the No. 7 pick. Since then, he's been lights out. In 2010, he's scored 20 points or more 19 times, hit the 30-point mark seven times and averaged more than 19 points per game for three consecutive months. His assists are down a spell because of his scoring, but nobody is complaining since he's been taking great shots. He's shot 46.7 percent or better from the field in every month in 2010 and better than 48 percent from 3 in January and March. There is still some debate over what his best position is, but everyone agrees he needs to be on the court a lot. Unlike other members of this class who are playing well, Curry looks like he'll get even better over the next few years.