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The ideal quintet of Latino players in the NBA for the 2022-23 season

Unlike other seasons, the number of Latin American players is very small for the 2022-23 season in the NBA, several of them even without the guaran


Unlike other seasons, the number of Latin American players is very small for the 2022-23 season in the NBA, several of them even without the guarantee that they will receive quality opportunities in their respective organizations.

In this way, we present the five most important and could appear throughout the regular season.

1. Chris Duarte

Duarte is the most promising Latin American player in the NBA, since at only 24 years old, the Dominican is seen as a very important piece in the Pacers. His rookie season even landed him a run for the rookie award, averaging 13.1 points and 4.1 rebounds.

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two. Luca Vildoza

Vildoza’s first experience in the NBA was far from ideal, since with the Knicks he did not play an official minute and incidentally suffered an injury. Now in the Bucks, the Argentine will seek to earn a spot for the main squad and why not, get into the team’s rotation.

3. Leandro Bolmaro

For Bolmaro, his first season in the NBA was learning and he will be part of the Jazz for 2022-23, surely with more opportunities after the disbandment of players within the organization. The Argentine played around 7 minutes per game last season.

Four. Juan Toscano-Anderson

Toscano comes from being crowned champion with the Warriors and beyond the fact that his role in the postseason was almost nil, Steve Kerr highlighted the energy he brought from the bench and his role as a rotation defender. The player of Mexican origin signed with the Lakers and probably has more chances as he is potentially the best relief forward.

5. Al Horford

Horford showed in last postseason that his best years weren’t that far away, and he had notable performances for the Celtics en route to the Finals. Thanks to that, his contract was guaranteed for 2022-23 and the Dominican projects to be the main power forward in the organization.