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ESPN’s Top 100 list is not the final ranking of the NBA players, but serves as a barometer to see who is good and who is not. This is the list that everyone consults and on which they base their opinion. In most cases the lists are fairly well rounded and most assessments are correct. However, some fans have taken a number of players and excluded others from the list.

As fans, people will always encourage their favorite players to be on the list. It’s only natural that we support the actors we’re watching. But sometimes they mean something: ESPN’s Top 100 list contained a number of interesting courses, some of which were strange to say the least. Here we bring the best players who didn’t survive.

10. Al Horford

11.9 PPG, 6.8 RPG, 4.0 APG

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Al Horford is a five-time star who received a major contract from Philadelphia 76 to retire from Boston at the end of the 2018-19 season. Of course Al Horford took the money and went to Philadelphia, but his place on the list next to the two low-level seals was not the best, and defensively he seemed to be a little slower. If you add the treaty to that, Al Horford’s public perception has become negative. Even if he’s overpaid, Al Horford is still a competent player.

If you hear some reporters talking about Al Horford this year, you might hate him. However, Al Horford scored 4.2 3PTs per game and made 35 percent during the 2019-20 season, meaning he was a setter for 76 players. He makes 1.2 more attempts, compared to 3.0 last season. The 76ers presented Al Horford as a way to their other great men: He’s good, but he’s not great. While Horford had a bad season in which he was unable to make the list, he finished 37th in the ESPN Top 100 last season. His fall does not justify leaving the top 100, but it would be justified to take a much lower position 37.

9. Sexton Colleen

20.8 PCS., 3.1 PCS., 3.0 PCS., 1.1 PCS.

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Colleen Sexton is a player with her weaknesses. He has tunnel vision. Sexton is a small point guard with a small number of assistants. He also played for the Cleveland Cavaliers, who were the worst team in the league. While a team file can tell you a lot about a player, the Top 100 list should be based on individual skills. Maybe it was the fact that Sexton was part of the losing team that undermined his position on ESPN. Whatever their validity, it seems strange to leave a talented leader in the top 100 of the ranking.

Colleen Sexton is the first joker who doesn’t care much for pasture. The game may come with time and if the game slows down for him at the level of the NBA, it may be a better pass. Sexton averages 20.8 PPG and 38.0% of the 3PT line, while sharing his word with other good players like Andre Drummond. Anyone who can effectively do this should not have been excluded from the ranking, but perhaps Sexton can show us why ESPN should have added his name to the list.

8. Julius Randle

: 19.5 PPG, 9.7 RPG, 3.1 APG

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Julius Randle is a good player, but he still has some clear improvements to make to his game. Randle tends to dominate the ball and be a black hole in the attack: His contribution to the team depends on his contribution to the game, not on the shooting and training teammates. Randle can produce some great statistics for the company, but the team is not necessarily a good one. His protection isn’t the best either, because he’s not big enough for a tall man.

Although Randle is not a perfect player, he is still a good player. Randle has an average of 19.5 PPGs and 9.7 RPGs, which shows its influence as a marker and on the graphs. Even though he wasn’t able to play and wasn’t as big as a big man, Randall had a great season. Randle can still be released into a system that can use his talent, and if he’s working on his game from the inside out, he can get even better. Randle had a good year and he should have made it to the top, but he would have been very close to the top.

7. Evan Fournier

18.5 POUNDS, 2.6 POUNDS, 3.2 POUNDS, 1.1 POUNDS.

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Evan Fournier is not a name known to NBA fans. Maybe it’s because he plays for a low-level team like Orlando Magic. Or maybe he’s not so pretentious. Evan Fournier is a solid long-range shooter who can do anything that is asked of him. Fournier is not the top scorer, but he’s still very good. He would be an elite figure in the league, but he wouldn’t dominate the rankings. The material should score against Orlando Magic, because his attack isn’t very remarkable.

Although Veneer shouldn’t even be in ESPN’s Top 50, he’s definitely in the Top 100 of the league. Fournier has been a sharpshooter this season (39.9% of the 3PT) with an average of 18.5 PPG and was also the second best offensive weapon of the weak team in the playoffs. Although there is nothing to write about the house, Fournier deserves all praise for his season, although he did play for the play-off team in the middle of the season.

6. Devonte’ Graham

: 18.2 PPG, 3.4 RPG, 7.5 APG, 1.0 SPG

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Devonte’ Graham is not yet an understanding. But it could be in the future. Graham has made a big breakthrough this season. This season Graham has improved his performance in almost every category and has become a top dribbler who is also a major source of attack for the Hornet. Graham is working at a fast pace, which is a big advantage for the Hornet. Judging from last season, Graham deserved to be in the standings as he was the top player for the Hornets last year and showed a strong play for his teammates in the three-way bombardment of the downtown core. His defense may require hard work, but his attack is built on a modern game.

Graham is a great NBA offensive player. Hornet’s attack was so blocked that Graham shot 9.3 3PT per match. It amounted to 37.3% and averaged 18.2 PPG. Although people generally complain about its effectiveness, it is logical that it is less effective, as most of the registrations are 3PT trials. Graham was heavily undervalued and negotiated as the best player of the 2019-20 season and finished fifth in the survey. If you’re taking part in this conversation, you must have caught the League’s attention. Of course, applying for the position of senior player guarantees inclusion in the Top 100 list.

5. Andrew Wiggins

: 21.8 POUNDS, 5.1 POUNDS, 3.7 POUNDS, 1.0 POUNDS

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Andrew Wiggins has been in the league a long time. It was expected that Wiggins would be one of the most promising academics because of his athletics: These expectations may be exaggerated. Andrew Wiggins may not be a superstar, but he’s still a good attacker. The Wiggins can be a sports wing that cuts through a basket with a crossover jumper. Wiggins scored 20.0 PPGs or more in a system that didn’t quite match his talents. Timberwolves asked Andrew Wiggins to play the role of playmaker for his teammates while he was there, but that’s not a strong point. Wiggins’ strength is only to score points and not to care about anything else.

People describe Wiggins as a top scorer, but he was never number one on the team. The number of shots he takes is approximately equal to the second goal he scores with the other teams. Wiggins can easily become a productive and victorious player on Warriors, and the time he’s spent on victory cultivation should help him make a list next year.

4. Lou Williams

: 18.2 POUNDS, 3.1 POUNDS, 5.6 POUNDS

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Lou Williams is one of the players whose omission from the standings is blasphemous for many NBA fans. Most people who watch the NBA will agree that Williams is one of the top 6 most productive men in the league and one who can contribute to goals and play. Williams was named the sixth man of the year in 2019. In 2020 his performance decreased slightly, but this is due to a slightly smaller role at the end of the classification by Kavi Leonard and Paul George. Even with these two people around him, Williams managed to reach an average of 18.2 PPG, even with two stars in the city: That shows his scoring ability.

Although Williams isn’t the best defender, it’s not his role in the team. Williams goes against the guards and around the fence, but in seclusion he will never be a defender. His attack compensates for the lack of defense and his role in the attack by sitting on the bench further weakens his defense. As one of the top bench players in the league, it’s crazy that Williams didn’t qualify to be the top 100 player.

3. Kelly Obre Jr.

: 18.7 POUNDS, 6.4 POUNDS, 1.5 POUNDS, 1.3 POUNDS

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In NBA circles, Kelly Oobre, Jr. is known for his good looks, but he should also be known as a decent basketball player. Last season with the Phoenix Suns, he broke through as a two-wing player. Eyeball Junior is a good cutter at the cutting edge, which also offers elite protection. Wars acquire her this season, and she is one of the people who must help carry the burden of points to the Warriors. While Aubrey Jr. is a shooter, if Oubre Jr. spends enough time on the field for the Warriors, you can expect a great season.

Aubrey Jr. may be a little lady, but he’s also a very skilled basketball player. There’s a reason why the warriors bought it after the devastating injury of Clay Thompson Aubrey Jr. can become a star in this league that deserves to be in the Top 100 list. I hope he can prove ESPN didn’t write it off as a bad decision for next season.

2. Andre Drummond

: 17.7 POUNDS, 15.2 POUNDS, 2.7 POUNDS, 1.9 POUNDS, 1.6 POUNDS

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Andre Drummond is the best rebounder in the league. This is an indisputable fact. In the course of his career, Drummond has won four World Baseball Championships and got two All-Star knots and an All-NBA selection. He is a former All-Star in full glory and scores great rebounds with an average of 4.4 offensive rebounds in play. Offensive shots create more opportunities for teammates to score points. Drummond is generally also a pretty good defender with an average of 1.9 LNG and 1.6 GPG per season. It’s surprising that Andre Drummond has actually stolen the ball better this season than he has been blocking, and not what is normally expected of midfield.

If Andre Drummond had been part of a good team in recent years, he would have had many more All-NBA and All-Star selections and received well-deserved recognition. Despite the fact that the Pistons never really participated, Drummond played in the playoffs and is an undervalued defender, who has played on bad teams for most of his career. Drummond can have an elite recoil season, which reminds people why he’s the center of the All-Star caliber.

1. Derrick rose

18.1 POUNDS, 2.4 POUNDS, 5.6 POUNDS.

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Derrick Rose is a former MVP who has undergone a kind of rebirth at this late stage of his career. Rosa has become one of the top six players in the league and acts as a spark plug sensor of the bank in crisis situations during a match with the starting team. It’s an ideal role for Rose, because he used his ability to take pictures when he needed them the most, while preserving his body to avoid injury. His average isn’t going down, it’s more about his influence.

Rose, with 36 tracks in the season, was 25.1 PPG, 3.4 RPG and 7.7 APG, and if he could play more minutes, he could have the same stats as his MVP for the season. Although the 36 figures do not exactly describe how Rose will behave as an instigator, they do show the effect he had in the few minutes he played. The influence of Rose as sixth striker was a glimmer of hope in the midfield of the Pistons, so it seems that Rose should at least be in the top 100. ESPN seems to underestimate 6 men like Rose, but his influence on the pistons should have been firmly anchored in their list.

ESPN 2020-2021 NBA Top 100 :

100. Joe Harris

99. Markus Morris sen.

98. Otto Porter, Jr.

97. Derrick White

96. Marc Gastol

95. LaMarcus Aldridge

94. Allen Garter

93. Ricky Rubio

92. Mitchell Robinson

91. Seth Curry

90. Patrick Beverly

89. Joe Inglés

88. Grant Jerami

87. Buddy Hild

86. Brooke-Lopez

85. Danilo Gallinari

84. John Collins

83. Commitment Murray

82. Dear DeRosan

81. John Wall

80. Josh Richardson

79. Dennis Schroeder

78. Aaron Gordon

77. Centavid Caldwell’s shit.

76. Montreslet-Harrell

75. Duncan Robinson

74. Miles Turner

73. Bojan Bogdanovic

72. P.J. Tucker

71. Mike Conley

70. Stephen Adams

69. By Angelo Russell

68. Anunobi OG

67. Eric Bledso

66. Sergei Ibaka

65. Blake Griffin

64. Kevin Love

63. T.J. Warren.

62. Bogdan Bogdanovich

61. Davis Bertans

60. Robert Covington

59. Tyler Herro

58. Goran Draghik

57. Tobias Harris

56. Zack Avalanche

55. Christian tree

54. Lonzobol

53. Yusuf Nurkic

52. Deandre Eighton

51. Michael Porter, Jr.

50. Domantas Sabonis

49. Dinwiddie Donor

48. Kemba Hiker

47. Victor Oladipo

46. Caris LeVert

45. Gordon Hayward

44. Draymond green

43. Years Jackson, Jr.

42. Nikola Vuchevich

41. Porzettes with chips

40. Fred Van Vliet

39. Malcolm Brogdon

38. Shay Gilgius-Alexander

37. Markus Smart

36. Russell Westbrook

35. Chris Middleton

34. By ‘Aaron Fox

33. Youth party

32. Prisoner Brown

31. Jug Morant

30. Kyle Lowry

29. Trey Young

28. Brandon Ingram

27. CJ McCollum.

26. Rudi Robert

25. Kiri Irving

24. Pascal Siacam

23. the cities of Karl-Antoni

22. Bradley Beale

21. Jamal Murray

20. Paul George

19. Zion Williamson

18. Donovan Mitchell

17. Devin Booker

16. Ben Simmons

15. Chris Paul

14. Joel Ambiad

13. Bam-Adebayo

12. Jimmy Butler

11. Jason Tatum

10. Nikola Jokic

9. James Harden

8. Stephen Curry

7. Damian Lillard

6. Kevin Durant

5. Leonard’s Cavi

4. Luka Dončić

3. Giannis Antetocunmpo

2. Anthony Davis

1. Lebron James

 

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