November has been a wild and exciting month for the NBA.
There have been so many storylines and teams to follow and keep tabs on, from the troubled Los Angeles Lakers, the surging Boston Celtics, the surprising Sacramento Kings, and the up-and-down Utah Jazz.
Since it’s hard to keep track of every major player in the league, it’s important to check in and see who is leading what.
November NBA leaders:
PTS — Jayson Tatum (479)
REB — Clint Capela and Ivica Zubac (181)
AST — Tyrese Haliburton (160)
STL — OG Anunoby (30)
BLK — Brook Lopez (37)
3PM — Stephen Curry (69)
FGM — Kevin Durant (170)
FG% — Daniel Gafford (81%)
3P% — Frank Kaminsky (60%) pic.twitter.com/ilgd9tTk6O
— NBA Muse (@NBAMuse24) December 1, 2022
NBA Muse has you covered and compiled a list of all the best players in the association right now.
Leading the way in points is Jayson Tatum of the Boston Celtics with 479.
One thing is certain: choosing winners for the awards at the end of this season will be complicated and tough.
Powerful Players All Over
There are multiple guys on this list who are angling to win big awards at the end of the season.
Right now, Tatum is one of the most likely candidates to claim his first MVP trophy at the end of the year.
Anunoby is trying to land Defensive Player of the Year and has said as much repeatedly to the press.
Some of the other players have different goals: Kevin Durant (with the most field goals made) is attempting to get his team together and back on the right path while both Lopez and Curry are trying to reach the Finals again.
It’s been a long time since the league has had so many great athletes.