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4. Bogdan Bogdanovic

Last week's rank: 5

Atlanta guard Bogdan Bogdanovic rises from No. 5 in the rankings despite ice-cold shooting performances in recent appearances. He hasn't shot above 50 percent from the field since December 20, but that doesn't mean he'll shy away from letting it rip.

In December, Bogdanovic didn't go a game without attempting 13 or more shots. He also hasn't shot less than seven 3-pointers in a game since November.

The Hawks forward is just about as gunslinger as they come, yet his shooting splits aren't all that bad. On the season, he's shooting 44.0 percent from the floor and 37.9 percent from deep. These percentages are on par with his career shooting numbers.

With his increased usage, he's averaging more points than he has before while also averaging fewer turnovers in turn. Bogdanovic has done so with fantastic work off the catch.

Bogdanovic has never seen more of his looks, from two and three, come from assists. The Hawks sharpshooter is also knocking down 51.1 percent of his looks from the corner, where he attempts 17 percent of his 3-pointers.

Although he's fallen into a bit of a cold stretch as of late, he's still a dynamic scorer, who statistically speaking, is the most impactful player on the Hawks. Atlanta is an astounding 12 points per 100 possession better with Bogdanovic on the court.