Jayson Tatum fell into a pretty great situation upon entering the NBA. Tatum was one of the few top prospects in the 2017 draft to avoid joining a rebuilding team. The Boston Celtics selected the Duke product with the No. 3 overall pick this past summer, and it’s been all good for both sides since. The Celtics have sat atop the Eastern Conference standings for the bulk of the season, and Tatum has been one of the top rookies in the league throughout the campaign. While Tatum’s talent alone has produced great results on the court, his personal success also is a product of being in a great spot.