4. Jalen Brunson, New York Knicks
Stats: 47% on 7.0 3PA
Jalen Brunson is a name I expected to be far from this list in October. He's never been known as a knockdown 3-point shooter, as much of his work occurred in the midrange game. Using his crafty left-hand handle, Brunson can wiggle to any spot on the court.
This skill set has translated beyond the arc this year. Brunson has been fantastic coming off screens and getting into his shots. He can accept or reject the screen and make savvy decisions to get into his shot. Brunson has all the confidence in the world right now.
He is letting the ball go with two defenders running at him when he has it going. And for good reason. 47% on seven attempts is next-level stuff. For reference, Kyle Korver only shot six threes a game when he shot 49% in 2015. But Koever wasn't taking the stepbacks Brunson is. The Villanova Wildcat product is primed to make his first All-Star game, as he's one of the best guards in the East.