Paul George knows how to come back from a devastating injury (warning: link is graphic). The Indiana Pacers' forward -- one of the NBA's most versatile, talented players -- is on a tear this year. George was named NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Month for November as the Pacers surged to 12-6 after a rocky start. George averaged 27.2 points per game in November. He's averaging 26.5 on the season, shooting his highest percentage from three and two since the 2010-11 season.
George's ballistics received less national attention than they might due to the performance of Western Conference Player of the Month -- guess who? -- Steph Curry. Curry led his undefeated defending champion Warriors with 31.6 ppg during November, raining threes down from all over the place. He made 77 threes during the month.The BEST SALES on Amazon NOW ]