The expectations may have to be tempered for Anthony Bennett, who has had as little of an impact as any No. 1 overall pick in recent memory. The beefy forward out of UNLV has played only 22 of Cleveland's 28 games thus far, and averaged a mere 10.0 minutes in those games. Furthermore, his shooting percentages (28.8 FG, 16.7 3PT, 40.0 FT) indicate that he could be a ways away from being a rotational player in this league.
How shocking is Bennett's slow start to his career? And how does it compare to other top picks? Lets take a closer look.