First of all, I start from 400 because players in the realm of 500-400 really don’t affect the league too much and in my mind aren’t relevant enough to list. I also haven’t seen enough of them play to list them accurately. Mostly because, well they don’t… uh play enough. Yeah, so this list will start from 400 and eventually make it’s way to number 1. Oh and by the way, thanks ESPN for including me in your table of 104 experts. Really appreciate it 😀 Anyway, let’s get started.
He has a PER of 3.15. Also take note that points, steals, blocks, assists and rebounds all decreased from the 2010-2011 season to the 2011-2012 season.
For an off the bench big man you would expect that he would do the little things and at least have a decent PER rating. However, he only grabs 1.6 rebounds in 10 minutes a game. He also has a PER of 3.76.
Apologies for the lack of titles on the stats but they’re in the same columns as above. Tony Battie is way past his prime, and at 36 offers very little to his team.
A solid PER for a big man off the bench with 10.32. He played 16 minutes off the bench a game and only grabbed 3.8 rebounds. Lopez doesn’t even rebound the ball. Come on Petro.
The sophomore point guard had an underwhelming season last year, i’m not predicting anything better for next season.
A young and versatile forward from Baylor, who averaged 10.6 points a game but only 4.9 rebounds a game last season. I also wonder about his knee, it’s hard to bounce back from a torn ACL. Especially at the next level.
Not only a below par shooter but not the most athletic forward anyones ever seen either.
He’s athletic, and has a PER of 10.46. Can he shoot? Nope.
Doesn’t look like he’ll be getting much playing time behind Garnett, Bass, and Green this year. Wonder where he’ll end up next year.
Not much to say about this guy. A hard-worker no doubt, but limited offensively.
He played three less minutes this season then he did in the two before, however he averaged 4 points less then his rookie season, and shot only .339% as supposed to .410% his first year.
If he uses Boston’s winning culture to his advantage and applies himself to working hard he could be an intimidating defensive presence down low in the future.
No maybe not everything shows in the stat sheet, but he has a PER of 17.74 and does the little things needed to win. Characteristic of a Thunder role player.
Flynn was drafted 6th in 2009 out of Syracuse. Guess nothings guaranteed in this league. Just like the transition of his offensive game from college to the pros.
This may seem like a reach up the rankings, but he is projected to be the next Ray Allen. Any potential like that must be rewarded.
He was the best 6th man in the nation in college basketball last year. He is also a deadly three point shooter. To top it off he comes from a winning culture and knows how to win in a designated role.
A gritty defender, and a hard-worker. It’s a shame he isn’t playing like he did in high school. #2 in the nation of his class.
Apologies for the lack of category names but it’s the same columns as above. Shelden Williams is a great rebounder, and hard worker. Sure he was a humongous bust since Duke but he’s efficient and helps out.
Apologies for the lack of categorie names but it’s the same as above just shifted over two to the right. Moultrie can do everything on the basketball court, he’s a very versatile offensive player and a great athlete. I wonder if he’ll get time behind all the identical players on the 76’ers.
Let’s hope his higher rank won’t bother his brother Jeremy who will be looking to breakout this season.