Saturday, January 28, 2017

2017 NBA All-Star Snubs

Examining the 2017 NBA All-Star selections using Win Shares and Player Efficiency Rating reveals who the biggest snubs in the league were.  WS weights a player's production with his team's success and is one of the best tools we have for determining season accolades.  Players not getting enough minutes (due to injury or role) are typically filtered out.

Players are ranked by Win Shares (minimum 3.0) and sorted by position.

2017 EAST GUARDS
8.0 Kyle Lowry (23.7 PER) - RESERVE
7.1 Isaiah Thomas (27.2 PER) - RESERVE
5.6 DeMar DeRozan (25.0 PER) - STARTER
5.2 John Wall (23.5 PER) - RESERVE
5.2 Kemba Walker (22.0 PER) - RESERVE
5.0 Kyrie Irving (22.0 PER) - STARTER
4.5 Jeff Teague (19.8 PER)
4.3 Bradley Beal (19.1 PER)
3.3 Tyler Johnson (16.3 PER)
3.2 Goran Dragic (18.4 PER)
3.2 Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (14.9 PER)
3.0 Nicolas Batum (15.5 PER)

Kyle Lowry has lead all East guards in WS at voting time in three of the last four seasons, yet he was not named a starter by the fans, coaches, and media, who instead favored the flashier Kyrie Irving.  .While Irving is certainly a viable candidate in the East, out West we're going to find a number of similar players who don't get to play with LeBron James and the glory that comes with that.

Still, there isn't anything to gripe about here from a talent perspective.  Six guards made the All-Star team in the east, and there were no candidates out of left field..

2017 EAST FRONTCOURT
8.4 Jimmy Butler (25.4 PER) - STARTER
7.4 Giannis Antetetokonmpo (27.4 PER) - STARTER
6.9 LeBron James (25.8 PER) - STARTER
5.9 Otto Porter (18.0 PER)
5.2 Dwight Howard (22.1 PER)
4.9 Kevin Love (22.0 PER) - RESERVE
4.7 Myles Turner (20.3 PER)
4.4 Marcin Gortat (15.3 PER)
4.3 Hassan Whiteside (21.0 PER)
4.2 Jabari Parker (19.5 PER)
4.0 Jonas Valanciunas (18.8 PER)
4.0 Paul Millsap (18.2 PER) - RESERVE
3.9 Tristan Thompson (14.5 PER)
3.8 Carmelo Anthony (19.2 PER)
3.8 Tobias Harris (16.5 PER)
3.7 Andre Drummond (20.7 PER)
3.7 Cody Zeller (17.4 PER)
3.7 Jae Crowder (15.9 PER)
3.5 Al Horford (19.0 PER)
3.4 Paul George (19.4 PER) - RESERVE
3.4 Serge Ibaka (17.7 PER)
3.3 Jon Leuer (16.5 PER)
3.2 Kristaps Porzingis (17.6 PER)
3.2 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (13.3 PER)

The fans, coaches, and media nailed the East front-court starters with relative ease (finally knocking Carmelo Anthony off the team).

On the other hand, among the reserves we have two names that really stand out as questionable selections: Paul Millsap and Paul George.

Millsap is having a down year across the board and Dwight Howard has clearly been the best player on the Hawks this season.  Howard leads all East centers in both WS and PER.

George has had a mediocre season (by his standards) on a Pacers team that has under-performed.  Myles Turner is the Pacers breakout star, but sees his teammate get the nod primarily due to name recognition than actual performance.  While I wouldn't advocate Otto Porter for the All-Star game, that is honestly who George's contributions have fallen more in line with than that of an actual star.



MY EAST ALL-STARS
GUARD: Kyle Lowry, Isaiah Thomas, DeMar Derozan, John Wall, Kemba Walker, Kyrie Irving
FRONT: Jimmy Butler, Giannis Antetokounmpo, LeBron James, Dwight Howard, Kevin Love, Myles Turner

2017 WEST GUARDS
9.5 James Harden (27.7 PER) - STARTER
6.9 Russell Westbrook (29.6 PER) - RESERVE
6.9 Stephen Curry (23.2 PER) - STARTER
6.7 Chris Paul (27.4 PER)
4.9 Damian Lillard (22.9 PER)
4.5 Eric Bledsoe (21.6 PER)
4.4 C.J. McCollum (20.8 PER)
4.2 Mike Conley (21.1 PER)
4.0 Lou Williams (23.0 PER)
3.4 Klay Thompson (15.6 PER) - RESERVE
3.2 George Hill (20.7 PER)
3.2 Zach LaVine (15.1 PER)
3.2 Patrick Beverley (14.1 PER)
3.1 Patty Mills (16.8 PER)

The fans, coaches, and media nailed Harden, Westbrook, and Curry as the top three guards in the conference.

Chris Paul was certainly worthy of being named to his 10th All-Star game but thumb surgery right before voting knocked him out of consideration.  In a perfect world, he would have been voted in and then an injury replacement would have to be named by Commissioner Adam Silver.

Klay Thompson's production and contribution to his team simply do not merit All-Star consideration.  He is the 4th best player on his team by a considerable margin and Blazers fans can (and will) look to Klay's egregious selection as the reason for Lillard's snub.  This is the second season in a row that Damian Lillard has been snubbed in favor of Klay.



Only four guards made the West All-Stars this season, the absolute minimum possible (the East had six selections), and Paul/Lillard make it if the teams were balanced.  The coaches opted to take the maximum number of front-court players, and we'll find an even bigger snub than Lillard there.

2017 WEST FRONTCOURT
9.4 Kevin Durant (27.9 PER) - STARTER
8.1 Kawhi Leonard (28.3 PER) - STARTER
8.1 Rudy Gobert (22.0 PER)
6.8 DeAndre Jordan (21.1 PER) - RESERVE
6.2 Anthony Davis (27.9 PER) - STARTER
6.2 Gordon Hayward (22.2 PER) - RESERVE
5.7 Karl-Anthony Towns (23.2 PER)
5.7 Draymond Green (17.6 PER) - RESERVE
5.4 Marc Gasol (21.5 PER) - RESERVE
5.3 Nikola Jokic (26.3 PER)
5.2 DeMarcus Cousins (26.7 PER) - RESERVE
4.9 LaMarcus Aldridge (20.1 PER)
4.4 Enes Kanter (24.6 PER)
4.2 Steven Adams (17.6 PER)
4.1 Trevor Ariza (13.4 PER)
3.9 Danilo Gallinari (15.9 PER)
3.8 Mason Plumlee (19.0 PER)
3.6 Ryan Anderson (14.0 PER)
3.6 Pau Gasol (19.0 PER)
3.5 Dwight Powell (19.0 PER)
3.5 Gorgui Dieng (14.8 PER)
3.5 JaMychal Green (12.7 PER)
3.4 Marreese Speights (20.5 PER)
3.4 Tyson Chandler (17.2 PER)
3.2 Kenneth Faried (20.2 PER)
3.2 Joe Ingles (13.4 PER)
3.1 David Lee (18.4 PER)
3.0 Harrison Barnes (17.8 PER)

In the frontcourt the fans, media, and coaches likewise nailed Durant, Leonard, and Anthony Davis as starters.  While Davis is only 5th in WS he is tied for 2nd in PER.

Rudy Gobert is easily the biggest snub we have seen in at least the last five years.  He anchors the NBA's 2nd best defense while leading the league in True Shooting percentage (.680), Blocks per game (2.6), and Defensive Win Shares (3.7).  His numbers are reminiscent of recent Hall of Fame inductee Dikembe Mutombo.

Rudy Gobert (2017): 12.8 PPG, 12.6 RPG, 2.6 BPG, 66.0 FG%
Mutombo (1995-2002): 11.7 PPG, 12.2 RPG, 3.3 BPG, 52.4 FG%

In fact, Gobert has been BETTER than Mutombo (who was named an All-Star every year over that stretch).  The coaches decided to give credit to Gordan Hayward (who has had an All-Star caliber year himself), but if you ask me there isn't any question who is more responsible for Utah's success this season.



DeAndre Jordan finally gets his first All-Star berth after being snubbed the last four years.  Jordan was Top 3 in frontcourt WS each of the last three years (slipping to 4th with the emergence of Gobert).  Jordan has never gotten the respect he's deserved, as Blake Griffin has often gotten a lot of credit for the Clippers success.  This season Griffin has been hurt, and the Clippers are no worse for wear - though it is disappointing that many will pin his selection on Chris Paul getting hurt.  Even if that weren't the case Jordan still has a better case than Marc Gasol.

Karl-Anthony Towns has many All-Star games in his future, but the competition is stiff.  One can't fault the coaches for taking Draymond Green or Marc Gasol over him, even though most would admit Towns is the better talent.

Nikola Jokic likely would have made the All-Star team had he not come off the bench for the first month of the season.  He is averaging 24-11-5 in the month of January, compared to 9-6-3 in November.  While not a house-hold name yet, DeMarcus Cousins should be on notice.  He's no longer the only stat-stuffing center on a bad team.

MY WEST ALL-STARS
GUARD: James Harden, Russell Westbrook, Stephen Curry, Chris Paul (Injured), Damian Lillard
FRONT: Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard, Rudy Gobert, DeAndre Jordan, Anthony Davis, Gordon Hayward, DeMarcus Cousins, Draymond Green (Injury Replacement)

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

NBA 2K17 Roster Analysis (11/30/16)

2K Sports released the largest roster update in the companies history, at least as far as Overall ratings are concerned.  No less than 227 players had their Overall rating updated in today's update (granted, the last update was about 2-3 weeks ago).  That is a little over half of the entire league!

Normally I would write a blurb about each team but there is simply too much for me to cover.  Hit me on Twitter if you want any of my specific thoughts on the direction being taken with various teams and players.

PHILADELPHIA 76ERS
83/C Joel Embiid (+3)
78/C Jahlil Okafor (-1)
75/PG Jerryd Bayless (+1)
75/PG Sergio Rodriguez (-1)
74/SG Nik Stauskas (+5)
73/SF Robert Covington (-2)
73/SF Hollis Thompson (+1)
72/PF Dario Saric (-2)
72/PF Richaun Holmes (+2)

Joel "The Process" Embiid continues his trek towards Rookie of the Year.  He now ranks 9th among centers in 2K Overall rating.

After three years, Nik Stauskas has finally arrived.  Sauce Castillo is shooting 45% from 3pt range and is averaging 10 points off the Sixers bench.  Not bad for a player who wasn't a lock to make the team.

MILWAUKEE BUCKS
87/SF Giannis Antetokounmpo (+2)
80/PF Jabari Parker (+1)
75/C John Henson (+1)
75/PF Mirza Teletovic (-1)
73/PG Matthew Dellavedova (-2)
73/SF Tony Snell (+1)
72/SG Malcolm Brogdon (+2)
70/C Miles Plumlee (-1)

CHICAGO BULLS
90/SG Jimmy Butler (+2)
77/PF Taj Gibson (+1)
77/PG Rajon Rondo (-2)
73/PF Bobby Portis (-1)
71/PG Jerian Grant (-1)
68/SF Denzel Valentine (-5)
64/SG R.J. Hunter (-1)

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS
85/PF Kevin Love (+1)
75/SG J.R. Smith (-2)
72/SF Mike Dunleavy (-1)
69/SG Jordan McRae (-1)
67/SG DeAndre Liggins (-1)

Kevin Love is tied with LeBron for the team lead in PER.  Who thought we'd ever see the day?  Love is finally putting up the gaudy numbers he had in Minnesota.

J.R. Smith, Richard Jefferson, and Mike Dunleavy have all struggled to shoot the ball this year.  J.R. in particular is hitting an incredulously poor 19% of his 2PT field goals (he hasn't hit a single shot this year between 3 and 23 feet..\

BOSTON CELTICS
87/PG Isaiah Thomas (+1)
84/C Al Horford (-1)
75/PG Marcus Smart (-1)
75/C Kelly Olynyk (-1)
74/PF Amir Johnson (-2)
74/SF Jaylen Brown (-1)
72/SG Gerald Green (-1)
71/PF Jonas Jerebko (-1)
69/PG Terry Rozier (-1)
67/PG Demetrius Jackson (+1)

LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS
92/PG Chris Paul (+1)
75/PG Austin Rivers (+1)
74/PG Raymond Felton (-1)
72/SF Wesley Johnson (-1)

MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES
86/PG Mike Conley (+1)
77/SG Tony Allen (-1)
72/PF JaMychal Green (-1)
69/SF Troy Williams (+4)
69/SG Troy Daniels (-1)

ATLANTA HAWKS
87/C Dwight Howard (+1)
84/PF Paul Millsap (-2)
77/PG Dennis Schroder (-1)
77/SF Kent Bazemore (-1)
76/SF Thabo Sefolosha (+1)
74/PF Kris Humphries (+1)
71/C Mike Muscala (-1)
68/SF DeAndre Bembry (-1)

MIAMI HEAT
87/C Hassan Whiteside (+1)
77/SF Justise Winslow (+1)
75/SG Dion Waiters (+2)
73/SF James Johnson (+1)
69/SG Rodney McGruder (+2)
68/SF Luke Babbitt (-1)

CHARLOTTE HORNETS
87/PG Kemba Walker (+1)
78/SF Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (-1)
78/C Cody Zeller (+1)
76/PF Marvin Williams (-1)
75/C Roy Hibbert (+1)
75/C Spencer Hawes (+1)
74/C Frank Kaminsky (+1)
73/SG Marco Belinelli (+1)

UTAH JAZZ
85/SF Gordon Hayward (+1)
82/C Rudy Gobert (+1)
77/SF Joe Johnson (-1)
73/PG Dante Exum (-1)
73/PF Trey Lyles (+1)
73/C Jeff Withey (-1)

SACRAMENTO KINGS
92/C DeMarcus Cousins (+2)
82/SF Rudy Gay (+1)
78/PG Darren Collison (+1)
75/SG Garrett Temple (+1)
73/SG Arron Afflalo (-2)
73/C Kosta Koufos (-1)
72/SF Omri Casspi (-1)
72/SF Matt Barnes (-2)
71/SG Ben McLemore (-1)

NEW YORK KNICKS
87/SF Carmelo Anthony (-1)
84/PF Kristaps Porzingis (+2)
76/C Joakim Noah (-1)
76/PG Brandon Jennings (+1)
75/C Kyle O'Quinn (-1)
72/SG Justin Holiday (+2)
71/C Willy Hernangomez (+2)
68/SG Sasha Vujacic (-1)

How poorly does Carmelo Anthony need to play in order to see his rating drop?  The team belongs to Porzingis now.

LOS ANGELES LAKERS
80/SG Louis Williams (+3)
78/PG Jordan Clarkson (+1)
76/C Timofey Mozgov (+1)
76/SG Nick Young (+2)
75/C Tarik Black (+5)
74/SF Brandon Ingram (-2)

ORLANDO MAGIC
80/PF Serge Ibaka (+1)
74/PF Aaron Gordon (-3)
74/C Bismack Biyombo (-2)
71/PG C.J. Watson (-1)
70/SG Mario Hezonja (-4)

DALLAS MAVERICKS
82/PF Dirk Nowitzki (-2)
75/C Andrew Bogut (-1)
75/PF Dwight Powell (+1)
71/PG Jonathan Gibson (+3)
71/SF Dorian Finney-Smith (+6)

BROOKLYN NETS
82/C Brook Lopez (+1)
78/SG Sean Kilpatrick (+2)
75/PF Trevor Booker (+2)
72/C Justin Hamilton (+2)
72/SG Randy Foye (+1)
70/SF Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (-2)

DENVER NUGGETS
81/SF Wilson Chandler (+5)
79/SF Danilo Gallinari (-1)
77/SG Will Barton (-1)
76/SG Jamal Murray (+1)
76/C Nikola Jokic (-3)
75/PG Emmanuel Mudiay (-1)
73/PF Darrell Arthur (-2)

INDIANA PACERS
79/SF C.J. Miles (+3)
78/PG Jeff Teague (+1)
76/SG Monta Ellis (-1)
74/SF Glenn Robinson (+5)
70/PF Lavoy Allen (-2)

NEW ORLEANS PELICANS
94/PF Anthony Davis (+3)
80/PG Jrue Holiday (+1)
75/PG Tim Frazier (+1)
75/PF Terrence Jones (+1)
74/C Omer Asik (-1)
72/SF Dante Cunningham (+1)
71/C Alexis Ajinca (-2)
70/SG Buddy Hield (-5)

DETROIT PISTONS
78/SG Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (-1)
76/PF Jon Leuer (+1)
74/PG Beno Udrih (+2)
73/C Boban Marjanovic (-2)
72/C Aron Baynes (-3)
70/SG Michael Gbinije (+2) - Position change from PG

TORONTO RAPTORS
89/SG DeMar DeRozan (+1)
85/PG Kyle Lowry (-1)
81/C Jonas Valanciunas (-1)
77/SF Terrence Ross (+1)
75/PF Patrick Patterson (-1)
75/SG Norman Powell (+1)
74/PG Cory Joseph (-1)
72/PF Pascal Siakam (+3)
70/C Jakob Poeltl (-1)

HOUSTON ROCKETS
93/SG James Harden (+2)
79/C Clint Capela (+2)
75/PF Ryan Anderson (-2)
74/SF Sam Dekkler (+4)
72/SF Corey Brewer (-1)
71/PF Montrezl Harrell (+1)
67/SG K.J. McDaniels (-1)

SAN ANTONIO SPURS
94/SF Kawhi Leonard (-1)
86/PF LaMarcus Aldridge (-2)
83/C Pau Gasol (-1)
77/PG Tony Parker (-3)
77/SG Manu Ginobili (-2)
75/PF David Lee (+1)
72/SF Kyle Anderson (-2)
72/SG Jonathan Simmons (+2)
68/PG Nicolas Laprovittola (+1)

PHOENIX SUNS
80/SG Devin Booker (-1)
79/SF T.J. Warren (-1)
76/C Alex Len (+1)
75/SG Leandro Barbosa (+2)
74/PF Jared Dudley (-2)
73/C Tyson Chandler (-1)
73/SF P.J. Tucker (-2)
71/PF Alan Williams (+1)
70/C Dragan Bender (-2)

OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER
95/PG Russell Westbrook (+1)
80/C Steven Adams (-1)
78/C Enes Kanter (-1)
69/SF Kyle Singler (-2)
69/SG Alex Abrines (-1)
69/C Domantas Sabonis (-3)
66/PG Semaj Christon (+1)

Westbrook is averaging 31/9/10 and might be the first modern player to achieve Oscar Robertson's mythical season (to be fair, LeBron and Westbrook are vastly better rebounders than Roberson and would have averaged 12-15 rebounds in the 60s simply due to pace).

MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES
87/C Karl-Anthony Towns (-1)
80/SG Zach LaVine (+1)
75/PG Ricky Rubio (-2)
74/C Jordan Hill (-2)
73/C Cole Aldrich (-1)
73/PG Tyus Jones (+2)
71/PF Adreian Payne (+2)
67/PG John Lucas (-1)

PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS
90/PG Damian Lillard (+1)
84/SG C.J. McCollum (+1)
78/SF Al-Farouq Aminu (+1)
76/SF Maurice Harkless (+4)
73/SG Allan Crabbe (-2)
73/C Ed Davis (-4)

GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS
95/SF Kevin Durant (+1)
93/PG Stephen Curry (-1)
88/PF Draymond Green (-2)
79/SF Andre Iguodala (-1)
75/SG Ian Clark (+4)
75/C Zaza Pachulia (-1)
74/PG Shaun Livingston (-2)
74/PF David West (-1)
72/PF Kevon Looney (+2)
70/C JaVale McGee (-2)
67/PF James Michael McAdoo (-1)

Remember when the Warriors were 4-2 and looked out of sorts?  They've won 12 straight since then.

WASHINGTON WIZARDS

80/SG Bradley Beal (+1)
79/SF Otto Porter (+3)
78/C Marcin Gortat (-1)
75/PF Markieff Morris (-1)
72/PG Trey Burke (-1)
72/PG Tomas Satoransky (-1)
71/SG Marcus Thornton (-2)
71/PF Andrew Nicholson (-2)
71/C Jason Smith (-2)
67/SG Sheldon McClellan (+1)

NBA TOP TEN
96/SF LeBron James
95/SF Kevin Durant (+1)
95/PG Russell Westbrook (+1)
94/PF Anthony Davis (+3)
94/SF Kawhi Leonard (+1)
93/SG James Harden (+2)
93/PG Stephen Curry (-1)
92/PG Chris Paul (+1)
92/C DeMarcus Cousins (+2)
90/PG Damian Lillard (+1)

POINT GUARDS
95/PG Russell Westbrook (+1)
93/PG Stephen Curry (-1)
92/PG Chris Paul (+1)
90/PG Damian Lillard (+1)
89/PG Kyrie Irving

SHOOTING GUARDS
93/SG James Harden (+2)
90/SG Jimmy Butler (+2)
89/SG DeMar DeRozan (+1)
88/SG Klay Thompson
87/SG Dwyane Wade

SMALL FORWARDS
96/SF LeBron James
95/SF Kevin Durant (+1)
94/SF Kawhi Leonard (-1)
89/SF Paul George
87/SF Giannis Antetokounmpo (+2)

POWER FORWARDS
94/PF Anthony Davis (+3)
88/PF Draymond Green (-2)
87/PF Blake Griffin
86/PF LaMarcus Aldridge (-2)
85/PF Kevin Love (+1) - Technically Chris Bosh = 86 OVR

CENTERS
92/C DeMarcus Cousins (+2)
87/C Dwight Howard (+1)
87/C Hassan Whiteside (+1)
87/C Karl-Anthony Towns (-1)
86/C Andre Drummond

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Official NBA 2K17 Player Ratings (Full list w/ season updates)

RATINGS GUIDE
Listed Overall Rating (OVR) is from NBA 2K17's most recent roster, and the listed change is it's difference from the default (out of box) roster (I.E. how much the player has improved/regressed since the start of the season).
Player Stats (minimum 300 minutes) are meant to be a loose guideline for a Player's OVR rating and will be sporadically updated throughout season.
Bold denotes player's OVR has increased/decreased four points since the start of the season.
Red denotes the player is injured for an extended period of time (I.E. not a "day-to-day" injury).

Active Players on NBA Rosters: 447
Last Rating Update: 2-5-2017
Last Stat Update: 2-5-2017

POINT GUARD (91)
96 (+3) Russell Westbrook (OKC): 30.6 PER, 55 TS%, 57 AST%, 42 USG%
95 (+1) Stephen Curry (GSW): 24.7 PER, 62 TS%, 31 AST%, 30 USG%
91 (NC) Chris Paul (LAC): 26.2 PER, 61 TS%, 47 AST%, 24 USG%
90 (+5) Isaiah Thomas (BOS): 26.5 PER, 63 TS%, 33 AST%, 34 USG%
90 (+1) Damian Lillard (POR): 24.1 PER, 59 TS%, 29 AST%, 32 USG%
90 (+2) John Wall (WAS): 23.2 PER, 54 TS%, 47 AST%, 31 USG%
90 (+1) Kyrie Irving (CLE): 23.0 PER, 58 TS%, 30 AST%, 31 USG%
88 (+2) Kyle Lowry (TOR): 22.9 PER, 62 TS%, 30 AST%, 25 USG%
87 (+2) Mike Conley (MEM): 23.2 PER, 60 TS%, 35 AST%, 26 USG%
86 (+1) Kemba Walker (CHA): 21.3 PER, 57 TS%, 29 AST%, 29 USG%
85 (NC) Eric Bledsoe (PHX): 20.6 PER, 56 TS%, 31 AST%, 28 USG%
85 (+7) Goran Dragic (MIA): 19.0 PER, 57 TS%, 32 AST%, 27 USG%
82 (+4) Jeff Teague (IND): 20.0 PER, 58 TS%, 38 AST%, 23 USG%
82 (+6) George Hill (UTA): 19.8 PER, 59 TS%, 23 AST%, 24 USG%
81 (+1) Derrick Rose (NYK): 17.0 PER, 53 TS%, 23 AST%, 26 USG%
81 (+3) Dennis Schroder (ATL): 16.2 PER, 54 TS%, 35 AST%, 27 USG%
80 (+1) D'Angelo Russell (LAL): 15.7 PER, 51 TS%, 29 AST%, 28 USG%
80 (+3) Ricky Rubio (MIN): 14.9 PER, 53 TS%, 35 AST%, 15 USG%
79 (+3) Jeremy Lin (BKN): 19.8 PER, 56 TS%, 40 AST%, 26 USG%
79 (NC) Jrue Holiday (NOP): 17.7 PER, 53 TS%, 39 AST%, 24 USG%
78 (+3) Elfrid Payton (ORL): 16.1 PER, 51 TS%, 33 AST%, 22 USG%
78 (NC) Darren Collison (SAC): 15.1 PER, 58 TS%, 23 AST%, 19 USG%
78 (+2) Patrick Beverley (HOU): 13.0 PER, 54 TS%, 20 AST%, 14 USG%
77 (+1) J.J. Barea (DAL): 17.4 PER, 53 TS%, 35 AST%, 25 USG%
77 (+2) Patty Mills (SAS): 16.4 PER, 60 TS%, 23 AST%, 20 USG%
77 (-5) Reggie Jackson (DET): 15.5 PER, 52 TS%, 31 AST%, 28 USG%
77 (-3) Tony Parker (SAS): 14.4 PER, 53 TS%, 29 AST%, 21 USG%
77 (+1) Deron Williams (CLE) 14.0 PER, 54 TS%, 36 AST%, 22 USG%
77 (NC) Jordan Clarkson (LAL): 13.9 PER, 53 TS%, 13 AST%, 23 USG%
76 (-3) Rajon Rondo (CHI): 13.6 PER, 46 TS%, 37 AST%, 18 USG%
76 (-2) Brandon Knight (PHX): 12.8 PER, 50 TS%, 18 AST%, 26 USG%
76 (NC) Marcus Smart (BOS): 12.0 PER, 49 TS%, 22 AST%, 19 USG%
76 (+2) Austin Rivers (LAC): 11.4 PER, 55 TS%, 15 AST%, 20 USG%
76 (+1) Cory Joseph (TOR): 13.3 PER, 51 TS%, 19 AST%, 19 USG%
76 (+1) Ish Smith (DET): 13.1 PER, 47 TS%, 31 AST%, 19 USG%
76 (+6) Tyler Ulis (PHX): 13.0 PER, 47 TS%, 31 AST%, 20 USG%
75 (+9) Yogi Ferrell (DAL): 13.1 PER, 53 TS%, 23 AST%, 20 USG%
75 (+2) T.J. McConnell (PHI): 13.7 PER, 50 TS%, 38 AST%, 14 USG%
75 (+2) Aaron Brooks (IND): 10.2 PER, 50 TS%, 23 AST%, 20 USG%
75 (+1) Jerryd Bayless (PHI)
74 (-2) Emmanuel Mudiay (DEN): 10.3 PER, 47 TS%, 22 AST%, 22 USG%
74 (+2) Beno Udrih (DET): 15.7 PER, 53 TS%, 33 AST%, 20 USG%
74 (+4) Tim Frazier (NOP): 14.1 PER, 53 TS%, 35 AST%, 18 USG%
74 (+1) Ty Lawson (SAC): 13.7 PER, 52 TS%, 28 AST%, 19 USG%
74 (+5) Jerian Grant (CHI) 13.1 PER, 56 TS%, 17 AST%, 16 USG%
74 (+1) D.J. Augustin (ORL): 12.7 PER, 54 TS%, 24  AST%, 20 USG%
74 (NC) Ramon Sessions (CHA): 12.2 PER, 50 TS%, 24 AST%, 20 USG%
74 (+2) Langston Galloway (NOP) 11.4 PER, 50 TS%, 9 AST%, 20 USG%
74 (-1) Shelvin Mack (UTA): 10.0 PER, 51 TS%, 21 AST%, 20 USG%
74 (+4) Dejounte Murray (SAS)
73 (+2) Tyus Jones (MIN): 15.1 PER, 58 TS%, 28 AST%, 15 USG%
73 (-1) Devin Harris (DAL): 12.3 PER, 54 TS%, 16 AST%, 18 USG%
73 (-1) Raymond Felton (LAC): 10.9 PER, 50 TS%, 16 AST%, 17 USG%
73 (NC) Trey Burke (WAS): 10.7 PER, 52 TS%, 20 AST%, 19 USG%
73 (+1) Jameer Nelson (DEN): 10.6 PER, 53 TS%, 26 AST%, 17 USG%
73 (-3) Shaun Livingston (GSW): 10.3 PER, 58 TS%, 13 AST%, 13 US%
73 (+6) Spencer Dinwiddie (BKN): 9.9 PER, 55 TS%, 18 AST%, 14 USG%
73 (+5) Malcolm Delaney (ATL): 8.4 PER, 47 TS%, 24 AST%, 19 USG%
73 (NC) Dante Exum (UTA): 8.0 PER, 50 TS%, 14 AST%, 17 USG%
73 (+4) Isaiah Whitehead (BKN): 7.3 PER, 47 TS%, 20 AST%, 18 USG%
73 (-4) Jose Calderon (LAL)
73 (+1) Marcelo Huertas (LAL)
73 (NC) Raul Neto (UTA)
72 (-3) Brandon Jennings (WAS): 12.1 PER, 48 TS%, 30 AST%, 18 USG%
72 (-2) Sergio Rodriguez (PHI): 11.0 PER, 48 TS%, 35 AST%, 19 USG%
72 (+1) Terry Rozier (BOS): 10.8 PER, 47 TS%, 15 AST%, 17 USG%
72 (-3) Matthew Dellavedova (MIL): 9.4 PER, 50 TS%, 26 AST%, 16 USG%
71 (+3) Andrew Harrison (MEM): 8.7 PER, 48 TS%, 20 AST%, 16 USG%
72 (NC) C.J. Watson (ORL): 8.2 PER, 48 TS%, 15 AST%, 13 USG%
72 (-5) Kris Dunn (MIN): 7.8 PER, 43 TS%, 21 AST%, 15 USG%
72 (NC) Brian Roberts (CHA)
71 (NC) Jason Terry (MIL): 9.0 PER, 60 TS%, 10 AST%, 10 USG%
71 (-2) Cameron Payne (CHI): 5.6 PER, 41 TS%, 18 AST%, 21 USG%
71 (NC) Joseph Young (IND)
71 (-1) Toney Douglas (FA): 10.6 PER, 45 TS%, 22 AST%, 17 USG%
71 (NC) Ray McCallum (CHA)
70 (-5) Michael Carter-Williams (CHI): 9.9 PER, 44 TS%, 20 AST%, 21 USG%
70 (-2) Tomas Satoransky (WAS): 9.4 PER, 51 TS%, 18 AST%, 13 USG%
70 (NC) Shabazz Napier (POR)
70 (NC) Briante Weber (GSW)
69 (NC) Kay Felder (CLE): 11.2 PER, 46 TS%, 23 AST%, 24 USG%
69 (NC) Ronnie Price (PHX)
69 (NC) Delon Wright (TOR)
69 (NC) Gary Payton II (MIL)
68 (-1) Wade Baldwin (MEM): 6.9 PER, 41 TS%, 24 AST%, 19 USG%
68 (-2) Tyler Ennis (HOU)
68 (NC) Bobby Brown (HOU)
67 (NC) Fred Van Fleet (TOR)
67 (+1) Demetrius Jackson (BOS)
66 (+1) Tim Quarterman (POR)
65 (NC) Semaj Christon (OKC): 6.3 PER, 38 TS%, 22 AST%, 14 USG%
67 (+2) Chasson Randle (NYK)

FREE AGENT
74 (NC) Jarrett Jack (FA)
74 (NC) Mario Chalmers (FA)
72 (NC) Pierre Jackson (FA)
71 (NC) Grevis Vasquez (FA)
71 (NC) Tony Wroten (FA)
70 (+2) Jonathan Gibson (FA)
69 (NC) Jordan Farmar (FA)
68 (NC) Keith Appling (FA)
67 (-1) John Lucas (FA)

D-LEAGUE
72 (NC) Nate Robinson ()
70 (NC) Phil Pressey (Santa Cruz)
68 (NC) Kendall Marshall (Reno)
67 (NC) Xavier Munford (Greensboro)

INTERNATIONAL
74 (NC) Norris Cole (China)
72 (NC) Donald Sloan (China)
71 (NC) Pablo Prigioni (Spain)
71 (NC) Shane Larkin (Spain)
69 (NC) Jared Cunningham (China)
69 (NC) Bryce Cotton (Turkey)
68 (+1) Nicolas Laprovittola (Spain)
68 (NC) Jimmer Fredette (China)
68 (NC) Russ Smith (Turkey)
68 (NC) Erick Green (Greece)
68 (NC) Steve Blake (Australia)
68 (NC) David Stockton (New Zealand)
67 (NC) Lorenzo Brown (Russia)
62 (NC) Jorge Gutierrez (Turkey)

RETIRED
74 (NC) Andre Miller (FA)
73 (NC) Mo Williams (FA)

SHOOTING GUARD (88)
96 (+6) James Harden (HOU): 27.3 PER, 61 TS%, 51 AST%, 34 USG%
90 (+2) Jimmy Butler (CHI): 25.1 PER, 59 TS%, 25 AST%, 27 USG%
89 (+2) DeMar DeRozan (TOR): 24.0 PER, 55 TS%, 21 AST%, 34 USG%
88 (-2) Klay Thompson (GSW): 17.4 PER, 59 TS%, 9 AST%, 26 USG%
87 (+8) Bradley Beal (WAS): 20.1 PER, 60 TS%, 16 AST%, 27 USG%
85 (+2) C.J. McCollum (POR): 19.9 PER, 59 TS%, 18 AST%, 28 USG%
83 (+5) Devin Booker (PHX): 14.6 PER, 53 TS%, 16 AST%, 29 USG%
82 (-5) Dwyane Wade (CHI): 18.5 PER, 51 TS%, 22 AST%, 30 USG%
81 (NC) Khris Middleton (MIL): 15.0 PER, 57 TS%, 18 AST%, 23 USG%
81 (-1) Avery Bradley (BOS): 14.4 PER, 55 TS%, 11 AST%, 22 USG%
80 (+4) Lou Williams (LAL): 21.4 PER, 59 TS%, 20 AST%, 29 USG%
79 (+1) J.J. Redick (LAC): 14.8 PER, 60 TS%, 8 AST%, 22 USG%
79 (+1) Zach LaVine (MIN): 14.6 PER, 58 TS%, 13 AST%, 22 USG%
79 (NC) Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (DET): 14.3 PER, 54 TS%, 13 AST%, 19 USG%
79 (NC) Victor Oladipo (OKC): 13.8 PER, 54 TS%, 12 AST%, 21 USG%
79 (+6) Dion Waiters (MIA): 13.1 PER, 49 TS%, 22 AST%, 26 USG%
79 (-1) Rodney Hood (UTA): 13.0 PER, 53 TS%, 11 AST%, 23 USG%
78 (+1) Eric Gordon (HOU): 13.2 PER, 56 TS%, 12 AST%, 22 USG%
78 (+2) Gary Harris (DEN): 15.6 PER, 57 TS%, 15 AST%, 19 USG%
78 (NC) Evan Fournier (ORL): 14.0 PER, 55 TS%, 17 AST%, 23 USG%
78 (+8) Malcolm Brogdon (MIL): 13.4 PER, 53 TS%, 24 AST%, 18 USG%
78 (NC) Tony Allen (MEM): 13.0 PER, 49 TS%, 7 AST%, 18 USG%
77 (-1) Wesley Matthews (DAL): 12.6 PER, 54 TS%, 10 AST%, 21 USG%
77 (+2) Tyler Johnson (MIA): 15.9 PER, 53 TS%, 16 AST%, 21 USG%
77 (-2) Manu Ginobili (SAS): 14.9 PER, 54 TS%, 19 AST%, 22 USG%
77 (-1) Will Barton (DEN): 14.8 PER, 55 TS%, 17 AST%, 20 USG%
76 (+5) Sean Kilpatrick Jr. (BKN): 12.6 PER, 54 TS%, 15 AST%, 24 USG%
76 (NC) Danny Green (SAS): 11.1 PER, 58 TS%, 10 AST%, 13 USG%
76 (-1) J.R. Smith (CLE): 7.8 PER, 48 TS%, 6 AST%, 15 USG%
76 (+4) Ian Clark (GSW): 13.5 PER, 58 TS%, 12 AST%, 19 USG%
76 (+3) Leandro Barbosa (PHX): 12.7 PER, 52 TS%, 15 AST%, 19 USG%
76 (-1) Jamal Crawford (LAC): 10.5 PER, 50 TS%, 17 AST%, 23 USG%
76 (+1) Josh Richardson (MIA): 9.6 PER, 48 TS%, 14 AST%, 19 USG%
76 (-1) Alec Burks (UTA)
75 (+3) Seth Curry (DAL): 15.0 PER, 58 TS%, 16 AST%, 19 USG%
75 (+4) Tim Hardaway Jr (ATL): 14.1 PER, 55 TS%, 14 AST%, 23 USG%
75 (+3) Marco Belinelli (CHA): 13.5 PER, 58 TS%, 13 AST%, 19 USG%
75 (+1) Norman Powell (TOR): 13.4 PER, 56 TS%, 9 AST%, 19 USG%
75 (+1) Jodie Meeks (ORL): 13.5 PER, 57 TS%, 11 AST%, 18 USG%
75 (NC) Allan Crabbe (POR): 11.3 PER, 60 TS%, 6 AST%, 15 USG%
74 (-2) Courtney Lee (NYK): 12.1 PER, 56 TS%, 11 AST%, 14 USG%
74 (NC) Garrett Temple (SAC): 11.3 PER, 56 TS%, 13 AST%, 13 USG%
74 (-3) Monta Ellis (IND): 8.8 PER, 50 TS%, 16 AST%, 16 USG%
74 (NC) Jeremy Lamb (CHA): 15.8 PER, 52 TS%, 11 AST%, 23 USG%
74 (NC) Lance Stephenson (FA)
74 (+4) Justin Holiday (NYK): 12.7 PER, 55 TS%, 9 AST%, 17 USG%
74 (+2) Wayne Ellington (MIA): 12.4 PER, 54 TS%, 9 AST%, 18 USG%
74 (+4) Troy Daniels (MEM): 11.9 PER, 55 TS%, 7 AST%, 22 USG%
74 (NC) Iman Shumpert (CLE): 11.2 PER, 58 TS%, 9 AST%, 14 USG%
74 (-2) Kyle Korver (CLE): 10.8 PER, 60 TS%, 10 AST%, 15 USG%
74 (-1) Buddy Hield (NOP): 9.3 PER, 49 TS%, 10 AST%, 21 USG%
74 (+5) Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot (PHI) 8.5 PER, 54 TS%, 10 AST%, 18 USG%
73 (+4) Nik Stauskas (PHI): 9.0 PER, 54 TS%, 13 AST%, 16 USG%
73 (-1) Gerald Henderson (PHI): 10.8 PER, 53 TS%, 11 AST%, 18 USG%
73 (-1) Andre Roberson (OKC): 8.6 PER, 48 TS%, 5 AST%, 10 USG%
73 (-1) E'Twaun Moore (NOP): 12.3 PER, 54 TS%, 14 AST%, 18 USG%
73 (+3) Jonathan Simmons (SAS): 11.5 PER, 53 TS%, 13 AST%, 18 USG%
73 (-3) Arron Afflalo (SAC): 8.7 PER, 55 TS%, 7 AST%, 14 USG%
73 (+6) Rodney McGruder (MIA): 8.4 PER, 49 TS%, 8 AST%, 12 USG%
72 (+1) Caris LeVert (BKN): 12.8 PER, 57 TS%, 15 AST%, 16 USG%
72 (-1) Gerald Green (BOS): 11.5 PER, 48 TS%, 12 AST%, 23 USG%
72 (-3) Jamal Murray (DEN): 11.1 PER, 51 TS%, 13 AST%, 21 USG%
72 (+2) Alex Abrines (OKC): 9.8 PER, 57 TS%, 5 AST%, 16 USG%
72 (+3) Patrick McCaw (GSW): 7.0 PER, 52 TS%, 9 AST%, 12 USG%
72 (+4) DeAndre Liggins (CLE): 6.3 PER, 47 TS%, 9 AST%, 11 USG%
70 (+1) Rashad Vaughn (MIL)
71 (-2) Marcus Thornton (WAS): 10.5 PER, 49 TS%, 10 AST%, 19 USG%
71 (+3) Joe Harris (BKN): 9.5 PER, 56 TS%, 8 AST%, 17 USG%
70 (-2) Ben McLemore (SAC): 6.9 PER, 48 TS%, 7 AST%, 19 USG%
70 (-2) Isaiah Canaan (CHI): 8.4 PER, 49 TS%, 9 AST%, 15 USG%
70 (+2) Darrun Hilliard (DET)
70 (+2) Michael Gbinije (DET)
69 (-2) Randy Foye (BKN): 6.9 PER, 49 TS%, 17 AST%, 16 USG%
69 (-5) Mario Hezonja (ORL): 6.0 PER, 44 TS%, 10 AST%, 22 USG%
69 (NC) Malik Beasley (DEN)
69 (NC) Malachi Richardson (SAC)
68 (-1) Alan Anderson (LAC)
69 (NC) Pat Connaughton (POR)
68 (-1) Sasha Vujacic (NYK): 8.6 PER, 42 TS%, 18 AST%, 17 USG%
68 (+2) Ron Baker (NYK): 7.5 PER, 46 TS%, 17 AST%, 15 USG%
68 (NC) K.J. McDaniels (HOU)
68 (NC) Paul Zipser (CHI)
68 (NC) Lamar Patterson (ATL)
68 (NC) C.J. Wilcox (ORL)
67 (NC) James Young (BOS)
67 (+1) Sheldon McClellan (WAS)
65 (NC) Bryn Forbes (SAS)

FREE AGENT
73 (-1) Rodney Stuckey (IND): 11.0 PER, 53 TS%, 15 AST%, 23 USG%
73 (NC) Gary Neal (FA)
68 (-2) Jordan McRae (CLE): 10.1 PER, 49 TS%, 7 AST%, 21 USG%
68 (NC) Jordan Adams (FA)
67 (NC) John Holland (FA)
66 (NC) Elliot Williams (FA)
65 (NC) Chris Johnson (FA)

D-LEAGUE
72 (NC) Archie Goodwin (Greensboro)
69 (NC) John Jenkins (Westchester)
67 (NC) Axel Toupane (Raptors 905)
66 (NC) Elijah Millsap (Northern Arizona)
65 (NC) Aaron Harrison (Greensboro)
64 (-1) R.J. Hunter (Long Island)

INTERNATIONAL
72 (NC) Andrew Goudelock (Israel)
70 (NC) Sonny Weems (Israel)
67 (NC) Orlando Johnson (Russia)
67 (NC) Markel Brown (Russia)
61 (NC) Devyn Marble (Greece)

RETIRED
73 (NC) Kevin Martin (FA)
71 (NC) Kirk Hinrich (FA)
70 (NC) O.J. Mayo (Suspended)

SMALL FORWARD (91)
97 (+1) LeBron James (CLE): 27.0 PER, 62 TS%, 41 AST%, 30 USG%
96 (+3) Kawhi Leonard (SAS): 27.5 PER, 61 TS%, 19 AST%, 31 USG%
95 (+2) Kevin Durant (GSW): 27.6 PER, 65 TS%, 23 AST%, 28 USG%
91 (+1) Paul George (IND): 20.2 PER, 59 TS%, 16 AST%, 29 USG%
90 (+7) Giannis Antetokounmpo (MIL): 26.1 PER, 60 TS%, 27 AST%, 28 USG%
88 (+4) Gordon Hayward (UTA): 22.2 PER, 60 TS%, 18 AST%, 28 USG%
84 (-4) Carmelo Anthony (NYK): 17.9 PER, 54 TS%, 14 AST%, 29 USG%
84 (+2) Andrew Wiggins (MIN): 16.5 PER, 53 TS%, 11 AST%, 29 USG%
80 (NC) Rudy Gay (SAC): 17.9 PER, 56 TS%, 14 AST%, 26 USG%
80 (+1) Harrison Barnes (DAL): 16.3 PER, 54 TS%, 8 AST%, 25 USG%
80 (-1) Jae Crowder (BOS): 14.9 PER, 61 TS%, 10 AST%, 17 USG%
80 (+4) Otto Porter (WAS): 17.3 PER, 64 TS%, 7 AST%, 15 USG%
79 (NC) Nicolas Batum (CHA): 15.8 PER, 53 TS%, 28 AST%, 22 USG%
78 (NC) Tobias Harris (DET): 16.9 PER, 57 TS%, 9 AST%, 22 USG%
79 (-1) Danilo Gallinari (DEN): 16.0 PER, 60 TS%, 10 AST%, 19 USG%
79 (NC) Ben Simmons (PHI)
78 (-1) Tyreke Evans (NOP): 17.4 PER, 50 TS%, 34 AST%, 28 USG%
78 (+6) James Johnson (MIA): 16.1 PER, 57 TS%, 20 AST%, 21 USG%
78 (+3) Wilson Chandler (DEN): 15.1 PER, 53 TS%, 11 AST%, 23 USG%
78 (+2) Robert Covington (PHI): 13.2 PER, 53 TS%, 8 AST%, 19 USG%
78 (+5) Joe Ingles (UTA): 13.1 PER, 63 TS%, 17 AST%, 14 USG%
78 (-2) Andre Iguodala (GSW): 12.1 PER, 58 TS%, 16 AST%, 10 USG%
77 (NC) Trevor Ariza (HOU): 12.7 PER, 55 TS%, 9 AST%, 14 USG%
77 (+1) Bojan Bogdanovic (BKN): 13.4 PER, 58 TS%, 10 AST%, 22 USG%
77 (+1) Marcus Morris (DET): 12.7 PER, 52 TS%, 10 AST%, 20 USG%
77 (+1) DeMarre Carroll (TOR): 12.1 PER, 53 TS%, 5 AST%, 16 USG%
77 (+1) C.J. Miles (IND): 14.0 PER, 59 TS%, 4 AST%, 19 USG%
76 (+6) Nick Young (LAL): 15.0 PER, 61 TS%, 6 AST%, 19 USG%
76 (NC) T.J. Warren (PHX): 13.5 PER, 50 TS%, 6 AST%, 20 USG%
76 (-3) Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (CHA): 13.1 PER, 51 TS%, 7 AST%, 15 USG%
76 (-1) Justise Winslow (MIA): 8.2 PER, 40 TS%, 16 AST%, 20 USG%
76 (+1) Terrence Ross (TOR): 14.7 PER, 55 TS%, 5 AST%, 20 USG%
75 (+3) Maurice Harkless (POR): 12.8 PER, 56 TS%, 5 AST%, 16 USG%
75 (NC) Thabo Sefolosha (ATL): 12.6 PER, 53 TS%, 9 AST%, 14 USG%
75 (-4) Chandler Parsons (MEM): 9.2 PER, 45 TS%, 13 AST%, 19 USG%
75 (+2) Shabazz Muhammad (MIN): 13.6 PER, 57 TS%, 3 AST%, 20 USG%
75 (-2) Evan Turner (POR): 12.3 PER, 50 TS%, 19 AST%, 19 USG%
75 (-2) Joe Johnson (UTA): 11.8 PER, 53 TS%, 12 AST%, 18 USG%
75 (-1) Jeff Green (ORL): 10.3 PER, 51 TS%, 8 AST%, 20 USG%
74 (-4) Luol Deng (LAL): 11.0 PER, 48 TS%, 8 AST%, 15 USG%
74 (+4) Sam Dekker (HOU): 13.8 PER, 55 TS%, 8 AST%, 16 USG%
74 (+2) Justin Anderson (DAL): 15.5 PER, 53 TS%, 7 AST%, 24 USG%
74 (NC) Vince Carter (MEM): 12.1 PER, 53 TS%, 12 AST%, 15 USG%
74 (+2) Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (BKN): 12.0 PER, 50 TS%, 14 AST%, 19 USG%
74 (NC) Doug McDermott (CHI): 11.5 PER, 55 TS%, 7 AST%, 17 USG%
74 (-4) Kent Bazemore (ATL): 11.3 PER, 49 TS%, 15 AST%, 21 USG%
74 (+3) James Ennis (MEM): 11.1 PER, 59 TS%, 7 AST%, 14 USG%
74 (NC) Quincy Pondexter (NOP)
74 (+2) Tony Snell (MIL): 9.4 PER, 60 TS%, 6 AST%, 12 USG%
73 (-2) P.J. Tucker (PHX): 10.8 PER, 52 TS%, 6 AST%, 11 USG%
73 (NC) Derrick Williams (MIA): 10.6 PER, 47 TS%, 6 AST%, 21 USG%
73 (+4) Glenn Robinson III (IND): 9.9 PER, 54 TS%, 5 AST%, 13 USG%
73 (-4) Al-Farouq Aminu (POR): 9.7 PER, 46 TS%, 11 AST%, 15 USG%
73 (-1) Jaylen Brown (BOS): 9.6 PER, 50 TS%, 6 AST%, 18 USG%
73 (-1) Richard Jefferson (CLE): 7.1 PER, 54 TS%, 7 AST%, 12 USG%
73 (+8) Dorian Finney-Smith (DAL): 8.7 PER, 55 TS%, 6 AST%, 11 USG%
73 (NC) Jerami Grant (OKC): 9.9 PER, 57 TS%, 4 AST%, 12 USG%
72 (-1) Omri Casspi (SAC): 11.5 PER, 51 TS%, 10 AST%, 16 USG%
72 (+2) Kelly Oubre Jr. (WAS): 9.5 PER, 54 TS%, 4 AST%, 14 USG%
72 (-1) Anthony Morrow (OKC): 9.3 PER, 51 TS%, 5 AST%, 16 USG%
72 (-2) Matt Barnes (SAC): 9.2 PER, 48 TS%, 16 AST%, 17 USG%
72 (-1) Wesley Johnson (LAC) 9.1 PER, 45 TS%, 5 AST%, 12 USG%
72 (+1) Dante Cunningham (NOP): 8.7 PER, 53 TS%, 4 AST%, 11 USG%
72 (-1) Corey Brewer (HOU): 7.4 PER, 49 TS%, 9 AST%, 13 USG%
72 (-6) Brandon Ingram (LAL): 7.2 PER, 45 TS%, 10 AST%, 16 USG%
72 (-1) Paul Pierce (LAC)
71 (-3) Solomon Hill (NOP): 7.9 PER, 52 TS%, 9 AST%, 11 USG%
71 (-3) Kyle Anderson (SAS): 11.4 PER, 53 TS%, 11 AST%, 11 USG%
71 (-2) Mike Dunleavy (ATL): 9.9 PER, 57 TS%, 8 AST%, 14 USG%
71 (-1) Brandon Rush (MIN)
71 (NC) Taurean Prince (ATL)
70 (-5) Stanley Johnson (DET): 8.9 PER, 48 TS%, 11 AST%, 14 USG%
70 (-2) Lance Thomas (NYK): 8.4 PER, 52 TS%, 5 AST%, 13 USG%
70 (+1) Luke Babbitt (MIA): 7.8 PER, 52 TS%, 4 AST%, 13 USG%
70 (NC) Mike Miller (DEN)
70 (NC) Reggie Bullock (DET)
70 (+1) Metta World Peace (LAL)
69 (NC) Josh Huestis (OKC)
69 (+1) Jake Layman (POR)
69 (NC) Anthony Brown (ORL)
69 (NC) James Jones (CLE)
68 (-5) Denzel Valentine (CHI): 6.2 PER, 45 TS%, 8 AST%, 16 USG%
68 (-3) Kyle Singler (OKC)
68 (-1) DeAndre Bembry (ATL)
68 (NC) Georges Niang (IND)
67 (+1) Damjan Rudez (ORL)
67 (NC) Dahntay Jones (CLE)
66 (NC) Danuel House (WAS)
65 (-1) Treveon Graham (CHA)
66 (NC) Nicolas Brussino (DAL)
66 (NC) Bruno Caboclo (TOR)
64 (NC) Derrick Jones Jr. (PHX)

FREE AGENT
70 (+5) Troy Williams (FA): 7.8 PER, 48 TS%, 7 AST%, 17 USG%
70 (NC) Alonzo Gee (FA)
69 (NC) Dorell Wright (FA)
69 (NC) Chris Copeland (FA)

D-LEAGUE
72 (NC) Hollis Thompson (Austin): 9.1 PER, 51 TS%, 7 AST%, 14 USG%
71 (NC) Jakarr Sampson (Iowa)
69 (NC) Livio Jean-Charles (Austin)
68 (NC) Damian Inglis (Westchester)
68 (NC) Cleanthony Early (Westchester)
68 (NC) P.J. Hairston (Rio Grande)
66 (NC) J.J. O'Brien (Salt Lake City)
66 (NC) Jarell Eddie (Austin)
65 (NC) Reggie Williams (Oklahoma City)
65 (NC) Luis Montero (Sioux Falls)

INTERNATIONAL
71 (NC) Coty Clarke (Russia)
70 (NC) Chase Budinger (Spain)
70 (NC) Jordan Hamilton (Venezuela)
69 (NC) Sergey Karasev (Russia)
69 (NC) Kostas Papanikolaou (Greece)
68 (NC) James Anderson (Turkey)
67 (NC) Thanasis Antetokounmpo (Spain)

RETIRED
73 (NC) Rasual Butler (FA)
72 (NC) Caron Butler (FA)
70 (NC) Tayshaun Prince (FA)

POWER FORWARD (85)
94 (+4) Anthony Davis (NOP): 27.5 PER, 58 TS%, 11 AST%, 33 USG%
88 (+1) Blake Griffin (LAC): 22.6 PER, 57 TS%, 25 AST%, 30 USG%
87 (+5) Kevin Love (CLE): 21.1 PER, 57 TS%, 10 AST%, 26 USG%
87 (-1) LaMarcus Aldridge (SAS): 18.6 PER, 53 TS%, 10 AST%, 25 USG%
86 (-4) Draymond Green (GSW): 16.5 PER, 52 TS%, 28 AST%, 16 USG%
86 (NC) Chris Bosh (MIA)
84 (-2) Paul Millsap (ATL): 17.9 PER, 54 TS%, 18 AST%, 24 USG%
84 (+4) Kristaps Porzingis (NYK): 17.4 PER, 55 TS%, 7 AST%, 24 USG%
83 (+5) Jabari Parker (MIL): 19.1 PER, 56 TS%, 14 AST%, 27 USG%
80 (NC) Zach Randolph (MEM): 18.5 PER, 49 TS%, 14 AST%, 29 USG%
80 (-4) Dirk Nowitzki (DAL): 17.0 PER, 53 TS%, 11 AST%, 26 USG%
80 (+1) Serge Ibaka (ORL): 16.4 PER, 56 TS%, 5 AST%, 21 USG%
78 (-2) Kenneth Faried (DEN): 20.3 PER, 59 TS%, 6 AST%, 18 USG%
78 (+1) Julius Randle (LAL): 16.3 PER, 54 TS%, 19 AST%, 22 USG%
78 (-7) Derrick Favors (UTA): 15.8 PER, 51 TS%, 8 AST%, 21 USG%
78 (-1) Thaddeus Young (IND): 14.9 PER, 56 TS%, 8 AST%, 17 USG%
78 (+2) Markieff Morris (WAS): 13.7 PER, 54 TS%, 8 AST%, 21 USG%
78 (+4) Dario Saric (PHI): 12.8 PER, 51 TS%, 14 AST%, 25 USG%
77 (+2) Jon Leuer (DET): 16.2 PER, 59 TS%, 10 AST%, 17 USG%
77 (+1) Taj Gibson (CHI): 15.1 PER, 54 TS%, 6 AST%, 19 USG%
77 (+2) Ersan Ilyasova (ATL): 14.6 PER, 55 TS%, 11 AST%, 22 USG%
77 (-2) Ryan Anderson (HOU): 13.5 PER, 59 TS%, 5 AST%, 18 USG%
77 (+3) Dwight Powell (DAL): 19.2 PER, 59 TS%, 7 AST%, 16 USG%
77 (+2) Larry Nance Jr (LAL): 15.5 PER, 59 TS%, 9 AST%, 13 USG%
76 (+6) Richaun Holmes (PHI): 18.6 PER, 61 TS%, 8 AST%, 19 USG%
76 (+3) Trevor Booker (BKN): 16.0 PER, 56 TS%, 13 AST%, 17 USG%
76 (+3) Luc Mbah a Moute (LAC): 10.7 PER, 58 TS%, 3 AST%, 12 USG%
76 (+1) Michael Beasley (MIL): 16.3 PER, 57 TS%, 10 AST%, 24 USG%
76 (NC) Aaron Gordon (ORL): 12.8 PER, 51 TS%, 11 AST%, 20 USG%
76 (NC) Nikola Mirotic (CHI): 12.4 PER, 51 TS%, 6 AST%, 19 USG%
75 (-3) Marvin Williams (CHA): 13.0 PER, 53 TS%, 7 AST%, 18 USG%
75 (+2) JaMychal Green (MEM): 12.8 PER, 57 TS%, 7 AST%, 14 USG%
75 (+5) Montrezl Harrell (HOU): 19.6 PER, 66 TS%, 10 AST%, 18 USG%
75 (+1) David Lee (SAS): 18.4 PER, 61 TS%, 13 AST%, 17 USG%
75 (NC) David West (GSW): 16.5 PER, 58 TS%, 24 AST%, 17 USG%
74 (-2) Amir Johnson (BOS): 14.7 PER, 61 TS%, 13 AST%, 14 USG%
74 (+4) Willie Reed (MIA): 19.0 PER, 61 TS%, 4 AST%, 15 USG%
74 (NC) Brandon Bass (LAC): 18.0 PER, 67 TS%, 7 AST%, 19 USG%
74 (NC) Channing Frye (CLE): 15.7 PER, 60 TS%, 5 AST%, 20 USG%
74 (NC) Luis Scola (BKN): 14.9 PER, 57 TS%, 12 AST%, 19 USG%
74 (+1) Kris Humphries (ATL): 14.6 PER, 54 TS%, 6 AST%, 18 USG%
74 (-2) Patrick Patterson (TOR): 10.5 PER, 52 TS%, 7 AST%, 12 USG%
74 (NC) Donatas Motiejunas (NOP)
73 (NC) Mindaugas Kuzminskas (NYK): 12.4 PER, 53 TS%, 10 AST%, 19 USG%
73 (+2) Marquese Chriss (PHX): 11.1 PER, 51 TS%, 5 AST%, 20 USG%
73 (NC) Thomas Robinson (LAL): 16.4 PER, 52 TS%, 10 AST%, 17 USG%
73 (-2) Darrell Arthur (DEN): 13.8 PER, 64 TS%, 10 AST%, 18 USG%
73 (-1) Bobby Portis (CHI): 12.3 PER, 52 TS%, 7 AST%, 17 USG%
73 (+1) Trey Lyles (UTA): 12.0 PER, 50 TS%, 11 AST%, 22 USG%
73 (+3) Anthony Tolliver (SAC): 11.9 PER, 62 TS%, 6 AST%, 13 USG%
73 (-3) Jared Dudley (PHX): 11.0 PER, 61 TS%, 11 AST%, 14 USG%
73 (NC) Jonas Jerebko (BOS): 10.4 PER, 57 TS%, 8 AST%, 12 USG%
73 (-1) Boris Diaw (UTA): 8.1 PER, 51 TS%, 19 AST%, 16 USG%
72 (+5) Pascal Siakam (TOR): 11.5 PER, 53 TS%, 3 AST%, 13 USG%
72 (+2) Kevon Looney (GSW): 14.7 PER, 61 TS%, 9 AST%, 13 USG%
72 (-3) Nemanja Bjellica (MIN): 10.2 PER, 52 TS%, 10 AST%, 17 USG% 
72 (NC) Josh McRoberts (MIA): 9.8 PER, 44 TS%, 20 AST%, 17 USG%

72 (NC) Quincy Acy (BKN)
72 (NC) Nick Collison (OKC)
71 (+1) Davis Bertans (SAS): 14.1 PER, 63 TS%, 9 AST%, 15 USG%
71 (-5) Mirza Teletovic (MIL): 8.9 PER, 53 TS%, 6 AST%, 19 USG%
71 (-1) Meyers Leonard (POR): 8.3 PER, 49 TS%, 7 AST%, 17 USG%
71 (+1) Alan Williams (PHX)
71 (+2) Adrien Payne (MIN)
71 (NC) Jordan Mickey (BOS)
71 (+2) Deyonta Davis (MEM)
70 (NC) Noah Vonleh (POR): 9.2 PER, 46 TS%, 3 AST%, 15 USG%
70 (-2) Lavoy Allen (IND): 8.9 PER, 45 TS%, 10 AST%, 10 USG%
70 (NC) Jarell Martin (MEM): 7.9 PER, 47 TS%, 2 AST%, 16 USG%
70 (NC) Udonis Haslem (MIA)
70 (+1) Chris McCullough (BKN)
69 (+1) Juancho Hernangomez (DEN): 13.4 PER, 59 TS%, 5 AST%, 13 USG%
69 (NEW) Shawn Long (PHI)
69 (-4) Andrew Nicholson (WAS)
69 (NC) Brice Johnson (LAC)
69 (NC) Christian Wood (CHA)
67 (-2) Maurice N'dour (NYK): 11.3 PER, 50 TS%, 4 AST%, 14 USG%
67 (-1) James Michael McAdoo (GSW)
67 (NC) Johnny O'Bryant (DEN)
67 (NC) Joel Bolomboy (UTA)
67 (NC) Chinanu Onuaku (HOU)
66 (NC) Rakeem Christmas (IND)
65 (NC) Kyle Wiltjer (HOU)
65 (NC) Daniel Ochefu (WAS)

FREE AGENT
76 (+2) Terrence Jones (FA): 16.1 PER, 52 TS%, 7 AST%, 21 USG%
74 (NC) Carl Landry (FA):
72 (-1) Mike Scott (FA)
71 (-1) Steve Novak (FA)
71 (NC) Jarnell Stokes (FA)
68 (NC) Lou Amundson (FA)

D-LEAGUE
69 (NC) Ryan Kelly (Maine)
69 (NC) Branden Dawson (Erie)
69 (NC) Cory Jefferson (Austin)
66 (NC) Cliff Alexander (Erie)
65 (NC) Eric Moreland (Canton)
64 (NC) Justin Harper (Los Angeles)

INTERNATIONAL
75 (NC) Yi Jianlian (China)
72 (NC) Josh Smith (China)
72 (NC) Andrea Bargnani (Spain)
71 (NC) Jason Thompson (China)
70 (NC) Anthony Bennett (Turkey)
70 (NC) Jeremy Evans (Russia)
69 (NC) Jeff Adrien (Israel)
69 (NC) DeJuan Blair (China)
64 (NC) Duje Dukan (Croatia)

RETIRED
73 (NC) Charlie Villanueva (FA)
71 (NC) Drew Gooden III (FA)
71 (NC) Tyler Hansbrough (FA)
70 (NC) Matt Bonner (FA)

CENTER (92)
91 (+1) DeMarcus Cousins (SAC): 25.7 PER, 56 TS%, 26 AST%, 37 USG%
89 (+1) Karl-Anthony Towns (MIN): 26.0 PER, 62 TS%, 13 AST%, 28 USG%
89 (+4) Marc Gasol (MEM): 20.3 PER, 55 TS%, 25 AST%, 26 USG%
88 (+9) Nikola Jokic (DEN): 26.2 PER, 64 TS%, 29 AST%, 24 USG%
88 (+7) Rudy Gobert (UTA): 23.3 PER, 68 TS%, 6 AST%, 17 USG%
87 (+1) Hassan Whiteside (MIA): 22.6 PER, 58 TS%, 4 AST%, 23 USG%
86 (+9) Joel Embiid (PHI): 24.1 PER, 58 TS%, 16 AST%, 36 USG%
86 (+1) DeAndre Jordan (LAC): 21.8 PER, 67 TS%, 6 AST%, 15 USG%
85 (-2) Andre Drummond (DET): 20.9 PER, 52 TS%, 6 AST%, 22 USG%
83 (+2) Brook Lopez (BKN): 20.4 PER, 58 TS%, 15 AST%, 29 USG%
83 (-3) Al Horford (BOS): 17.7 PER, 55 TS%, 24 AST%, 20 USG%
82 (-4) Dwight Howard (ATL): 20.8 PER, 63 TS%, 8 AST%, 19 USG%
82 (-2) Pau Gasol (SAS): 20.2 PER, 58 TS%, 15 AST%, 21 USG%
82 (+4) Myles Turner (IND): 18.4 PER, 59 TS%, 7 AST%, 20 USG%
81 (-1) Jonas Valanciunas (TOR): 20.1 PER, 60 TS%, 4 AST%, 20 USG%
80 (+1) Greg Monroe (MIL): 21.4 PER, 56 TS%, 16 AST%, 24 USG%
80 (-1) Steven Adams (OKC): 16.4 PER, 59 TS%, 5 AST%, 16 USG%
80 (NC) Nikola Vucevic (ORL): 18.7 PER, 50 TS%, 18 AST%, 25 USG%
80 (+1) Enes Kanter (OKC): 24.5 PER, 62 TS%, 9 AST%, 26 USG%
79 (+2) Clint Capela (HOU): 20.8 PER, 63 TS%, 6 AST%, 20 USG%
79 (+1) Mason Plumlee (POR): 18.8 PER, 55 TS%, 22 AST%, 18 USG%
79 (-2) Tristan Thompson (CLE): 15.0 PER, 57 TS%, 4 AST%, 11 USG%
78 (+1) Nerlens Noel (DAL): 20.4 PER, 62 TS%, 8 AST%, 18 USG%
78 (-1) Marcin Gortat (WAS): 16.1 PER, 62 TS%, 7 AST%, 14 USG%
77 (+8) Willy Hernangomez (NYK): 18.9 PER, 56 TS%, 12 AST%, 20 USG%
77 (+1) Cody Zeller (CHA): 17.4 PER, 62 TS%, 9 AST%, 16 USG%
77 (+3) Tyson Chandler (PHX): 16.6 PER, 71 TS%, 3 AST%, 11 USG%
77 (NC) Gorgui Dieng (MIN): 14.2 PER, 56 TS%, 9 AST%, 15 USG%
77 (+2) Marreese Speights (LAC): 20.0 PER, 60 TS%, 9 AST%, 24 USG%
77 (-2) Al Jefferson (IND): 19.4 PER, 54 TS%, 10 AST%, 26 USG%
77 (NC) Jared Sullinger (TOR)
76 (NC) Kyle O'Quinn (NYK): 20.5 PER, 55 TS%, 15 AST%, 19 USG%
76 (NC) Zaza Pachulia (GSW) 15.9 PER, 59 TS%, 14 AST%, 14 USG%
76 (-1) Robin Lopez (CHI): 14.8 PER, 51 TS%, 5 AST%, 16 USG%
76 (-1) Nene (HOU): 17.1 PER, 63 TS%, 8 AST%, 19 USG%
76 (+1) Jusuf Nurkic (DEN): 15.1 PER, 52 TS%, 11 AST%, 23 USG%
76 (NC) Ian Mahinmi (WAS)
76 (NC) Festus Ezeli (POR)
76 (NC) Brandan Wright (MEM)
75 (-2) Joakim Noah (NYK): 15.2 PER, 49 TS%, 14 AST%, 13 USG%
75 (-1) John Henson (MIL): 14.4 PER, 54 TS%, 9 AST%, 16 USG%
75 (NC) Alex Len (PHX): 14.8 PER, 56 TS%, 4 AST%, 17 USG%
75 (+3) Spencer Hawes (MIL): 14.7 PER, 55 TS%, 16 AST%, 19 USG%
75 (+1) Jeff Withey (UTA)
75 (NC) Tiago Splitter (PHI)
74 (-5) Jahlil Okafor (PHI): 14.8 PER, 55 TS%, 9 AST%, 24 USG%
74 (-1) Timofey Mozgov (LAL): 12.4 PER, 55 TS%, 6 AST%, 17 USG%
74 (-3) Andrew Bogut (DAL): 9.3 PER, 46 TS%, 12 AST%, 10 USG%
74 (+4) Tarik Black (LAL): 16.1 PER, 58 TS%, 6 AST%, 16 USG%
74 (+2) Mike Muscala (ATL): 15.0 PER, 60 TS%, 11 AST%, 15 USG%
74 (-2) Kelly Olynyk (BOS): 14.5 PER, 60 TS%, 14 AST%, 18 USG%
74 (NC) Salah Mejri (DAL): 13.9 PER, 66 TS%, 3 AST%, 9 USG%
74 (+2) Frank Kaminsky (CHA): 12.6 PER, 49 TS%, 13 AST%, 21 USG%
74 (NC) Nikola Pekovic (MIN)
73 (-1) Kosta Koufos (SAC): 14.4 PER, 60 TS%, 5 AST%, 14 USG%
73 (+1) JaVale McGee (GSW): 24.0 PER, 66 TS%, 4 AST%, 25 USG%
73 (-1) Dewayne Dedmon (SAS): 17.2 PER, 64 TS%, 5 AST%, 13 USG%
73 (-1) Tyler Zeller (BOS): 13.9 PER, 49 TS%, 11 AST%, 17 USG%
73 (NC) Roy Hibbert (MIL): 13.4 PER, 61 TS%, 5 AST%, 14 USG%
73 (-2) Joffrey Lauvergne (OKC): 12.3 PER, 52 TS%, 10 AST%, 18 USG%
73 (-4) Bismack Biyombo (ORL): 11.7 PER, 53 TS%, 6 AST%, 13 USG%
73 (-1) Cole Aldrich (MIN): 13.5 PER, 55 TS%, 8 AST%, 9 USG%
73 (NC) Chris Andersen (CLE)
72 (+3) Lucas Nogueira (TOR): 16.8 PER, 70 TS%, 5 AST%, 10 USG%
72 (+2) Cristiano Felicio (CHI): 16.3 PER, 60 TS%, 6 AST%, 13 USG%
72 (-1) Jason Smith (WAS): 11.8 PER, 56 TS%, 4 AST%, 17 USG%
72 (-5) Ed Davis (POR): 10.9 PER, 57 TS%, 5 AST%, 11 USG%
72 (-3) Aron Baynes (DET): 10.9 PER, 56 TS%, 3 AST%, 14 USG%
72 (-3) Boban Marjanovic (DET)
71 (-1) Domantas Sabonis (OKC): 6.8 PER, 49 TS%, 7 AST%, 15 USG%
71 (-1) Willie Cauley-Stein (SAC): 15.2 PER, 57 TS%, 5 AST%, 19 USG%
71 (-4) Omer Asik (NOP): 10.1 PER, 52 TS%, 4 AST%, 9 USG%
71 (-5) Jordan Hill (MIN)
71 (NC) Thon Maker (MIL)
71 (-1) Kevin Seraphin (IND)
71 (-2) Alexis Ajinca (NOP)
70 (+1) Justin Hamilton (BKN): 12.8 PER, 55 TS%, 6 AST%, 15 USG%
70 (+3) Ivica Zubac (LAL)
70 (-2) Dragan Bender (PHX): 5.9 PER, 47 TS%, 5 AST%, 14 USG%
71 (NC) Jakob Poeltl (TOR)
70 (NC) Georgios Papagiannis (SAC)
70 (NC) Skal Labissiere (SAC)
70 (NC) Henry Ellenson (DET)
69 (-4) Miles Plumlee (CHA): 8.0 PER, 49 TS%, 8 AST%, 15 USG%
68 (+3) Marshall Plumlee (NYK)
68 (-1) A.J. Hammons (DAL)
68 (NC) Damian Jones (GSW)
67 (NC) Stephen Zimmerman (ORL)
67 (NC) Cheick Diallo (NOP)
66 (NC) Diamond Stone (LAC)
65 (NC) Joel Anthony (SAS)
X (X) Mike Tobey (CHA)

FREE AGENT
73 (NC) Anderson Varejao (FA)
73 (NC) Ryan Hollins (FA)
71 (NC) Mitch McGary (FA)
68 (NC) Robert Sacre (FA)
66 (NC) Alex Stepheson (FA)
65 (NC) Arinze Onuaku (FA)

D-LEAGUE
70 (NC) Henry Sims (Salt Lake)
67 (NC) Walter Tavares (Raptors 905)

INTERNATIONAL
74 (NC) J.J. Hickson (China)
68 (NC) Tibor Pleiss (Turkey)
68 (NC) Jeff Ayres (Russia)
67 (NC) Cameron Bairstow (Australia)
67 (NC) Shayne Whittington (Spain)
66 (NC) Greg Smith (Turkey)

RETIRED
71 (NC) Chris Kaman (FA)
71 (NC) Kendrick Perkins (FA)
68 (NC) Sasha Kaun (FA)
67 (NC) Nazr Mohammed (FA)
66 (NC) Chuck Hayes (Assistant Coach - Denver Nuggets)

EASTERN CONFERENCE
95 Cleveland Cavaliers (96/93)
92 Washington Wizards (95/89)
90 Boston Celtics (92/89)
88 Indiana Pacers (89/88)
88 Toronto Raptors (86/91)
87 Atlanta Hawks (86/88)
87 Milwaukee Bucks (88/86)
85 Charlotte Hornets (88/82)
84 Philadelphia 76ers (80/88)
83 Chicago Bulls (80/87)
83 Detroit Pistons (80/86)
82 Miami Heat (80/85)
81 New York Knicks (81/80)
79 Orlando Magic (76/83)
74 Brooklyn Nets (76/71)

WESTERN CONFERENCE
99 Golden State Warriors (99/99)
96 San Antonio Spurs (95/96)
93 Los Angeles Clippers (94/92)
92 Houston Rockets (98/86)
92 Utah Jazz (92/91)
90 Oklahoma City Thunder (88/93)
87 Memphis Grizzlies (84/90)
85 New Orleans Pelicans (84/87)
84 Portland Trail Blazers (87/82)
83 Denver Nuggets (89/77)
81 Minnesota Timberwolves (83/79)
78 Phoenix Suns (79/77)
78 Dallas Mavericks (80/76)
75 Los Angeles Lakers (75/75)
72 Sacramento Kings (71/73)

Monday, November 14, 2016

NBA 2K17 Roster Analysis (11/14/16)

2K Sports has finally begun releasing roster updates after a bug prevented them from doing so at the beginning of the regular season.  Reviewing the changes they have made... (if anyone has data on the specific attributes, I did not have time to comb through, but would gladly post and share it).

PHILADELPHIA 76ERS
80/C Joel Embiid (+3)
76/PG Sergio Rodriguez (+2)
75/SF Robert Covington (-1)
74/PF Dario Saric (-1)

The Sixers finally have a franchise player in Embiid (23.5 PER), and he looks to be quickly locking up the Rookie of the Year award just two weeks into the season.  He has displayed a surprising shooting touch (7-12 3PT and 79 FT%) and his block rate would lead the league if he played enough minutes to qualify.  That will come with time.  The rest of the team is still as ineffective offensively as ever, and will remain so until Ben Simmons returns from injury.

MILWAUKEE BUCKS
85/SF Giannis Antetokounmpo (+2)
79/PF Jabari Parker (+1)
74/C John Henson (-2)
72/SG Rashad Vaughn (+3)
71/C Miles Plumlee (-2)

The Greek Freak is leapfrogging a number of his peers this season and will realistically finish the season in Paul George territory (89-90 OVR).  That will hold especially true if the Bucks remain a playoff team heading into the All-Star break.

Rashad Vaughn had the worst rookie season of any first round pick but is quickly rectifying that in his sophomore.  He's providing the scoring and shooting the Bucks expected out of O.J. Mayo for three years.

CHICAGO BULLS
79/PG Rajon Rondo (-2)
72/PG Jerian Grant (+3)

Much to the surprise of everyone, the Bulls have been a good offensive team, almost entirely ue to Dwyane Wade being a much better outside shooter than anticipated.  Rajon Rondo on the other hand has not been able to defy expectations, his broken jumper making him an exceptionally poor fit next to two ball-dominant wings.

Jerian Grant's rating boost has nothing to do with his play on the court (36 TS% in 45 minutes).  It's Isaiah Canaan who has been offering the Bulls relief from Rondo's awful shooting.

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS
84/PF Kevin Love (+2)

The champs have looked great thanks to the contributions of their big three.  LeBron is averaging close to a triple double (23/9/9) and is probably worth more than that - his value transcends conventional statistics, and he has cemented himself as the best player in the world until further notice.  Love (21/10/1) is outperforming Kyrie Irving (23/4/4) right now, the latter of whom is still somehow 89 OVR (on par with Damian Lillard).

BOSTON CELTICS
86/PG Isaiah Thomas (+1)
83/SG Avery Bradley (+1)
75/SF Jaylen Brown (+1)
72/PF Jonas Jerebko (-1)
71/PF Jordan Mickey (+1)
70/PG Terry Rozier (-1)

Thomas and Bradley are having career years, although the absence of Jae Crowder and Al Horford due to injury has helped inflate their numbers a bit to start the year.

LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS
75/PG Raymond Felton (+1)

The Clippers have been the best team in the NBA to start the year, and it hasn't been remotely close (a staggering 15.6 SRS).  They have done this on the back of the stingiest defense in the league (94.7 Points Allowed per 100 possessions - that's a 9 points better than last season when the Clippers finished 8th).

Chris Paul (32.0 PER) has reclaimed the title of best point guard in the NBA, while DeAndre Jordan is staking his claim for Defensive Player of the Year.  Yet with all of this said, it's completely predictable that 2K Sports wouldn't notice any of this, which is why Raymond Felton is the team's lone mover.

MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES
74/SF James Ennis (+3)
71/PF Deyonta Davis (+2)

Ennis played as well as could be expected in the absence of Chandler Parsons, but the team has been awful (27th) offensively.  That should be expected when the bench is lead by a 35-year old (Zach Randolph) and a 40-year old (Vince Carter).

ATLANTA HAWKS
86/C Dwight Howard (+2)
75/SG Kyle Korver (-1)
73/SG Tim Hardaway Jr (+2)
72/PG Malcolm Delaney (+4)

The Hawks are the 2nd best defensive team in the league and Dwight Howard is back and in a big way.  Howard has relentlessly attacked the offensive glass (rather than call for the ball in post ups) and the result is the best offensive rebound rate we've seen out of a star big man since Moses Malone.

Tim Hardaway Jr had a promising rookie season before stumbling for two years.  He's finally come into his own and should be the long-term SG in Atlanta with Korver turning 36 in March.

MIAMI HEAT
86/C Hassan Whiteside (+1)
81/PG Goran Dragic (+3)
76/SF Justise Winslow (-1)
76/SG Tyler Johnson (+1)
70/PF Udonis Haslem (+1)

The Heat are still playing hard defense under Erik Spoelstra (7th in the NBA) but the offensive talent just isn't there in the wake of Dwyane Wade's departure (28th in offensive efficiency).  Justise Winslow has really struggled and Dion Waiters has been a disaster.  Both players have a True Shooting Percentage of 39.6%.  While Whiteside and Dragic have played well the Heat just haven't been able to find a 3rd player capable of putting the ball in the basket.

CHARLOTTE HORNETS
86/PG Kemba Walker (+1)
79/SF Nicolas Batum (-1)
74/PG Ramon Sessions (-1)
74/C Roy Hibbert (+1)
74/C Spencer Hawes (+2)
74/SG Jeremy Lamb (-2)
73/C Frank Kaminsky (+1)
72/PG Brian Roberts (+1)
69/PF Christian Wood (+1)

If it weren't for what Russell Westbrook is doing in OKC, we would be talking about Kemba Walker and the Hornets, and how they are giving their best impression of Allen Iverson and the 2001 Sixers right now.  Kemba isn't as good as Westbrook, but the Hornets are probably a better overall team than the Thunder.  It would not be surprising to see them earn home-court advantage in the first round come April.

UTAH JAZZ
83/PF Derrick Favors (-2)
80/PG George Hill (+4)
78/SF Joe Johnson (+1)

George Hill is back to doing what he did with the Pacers when Paul George was sidelined the entire season with injury and he nearly lead them to the playoffs.  Utah's time is here and they're a near lock to make the playoffs this season.

SACRAMENTO KINGS
75/SG Arron Afflalo (-1)

The Kings continue to tread the line of mediocrity and awfulness that the franchise has been known for.  DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay (career best 23.1 PER) have put up numbers in a two-man attack, but both players are auditioning for other teams at this point.

NEW YORK KNICKS
82/PF Kristaps Porzingis (+1)
76/SG Courtney Lee (-1)

The Knicks have been the worst defensive team in the NBA... what is it going to take for 2K to ever drop the ratings of Carmelo Anthony (88 OVR, 20.5 PER) and Derrick Rose (80 OVR, 14.5 PER)?

LOS ANGELES LAKERS
78/PF Julius Randle (+1)
77/SF Luol Deng (-1)
77/PF Larry Nance Jr (+2)
76/SF Brandon Ingram (-2)
74/SG Nick Young (+4)
74/PG Jose Calderon (-3)

The Lakers are playing much better now that Kobe's retirement tour is over, and a lot of credit goes to Luke Walton for getting this team clicking on all cylinders..  Russell and especially Randle have played with more offensive freedom.  Lou Williams is back to doing Sweet Lou things.  Even Nick Young, who was nearly cut by the Lakers in September, is suddenly having a career year and looks like an actual legitimate starting SG.

ORLANDO MAGIC
77/PF Aaron Gordon (+1)
76/C Bismack Biyombo (-1)
68/SG C.J. Wilcox (+1)

Orlando just hasn't been able to get it going offensively (29th), with only three players posting a TS% greater than 50%.

DALLAS MAVERICKS
80/SF Harrison Barnes (+1)
78/PG J.J. Barea (+2)
76/SG Wesley Matthews (-2)
76/C Andrew Bogut (-1)

Dallas doesn't look much like a playoff team this season, as Dirk Nowitzki has been sidelined and only Barnes and Barea have been playing well.

BROOKLYN NETS
76/SG Sean Kilpatrick (+5)
72/C Justin Hamilton (+2)
66/PG Yogi Ferrell (NEW)

Kenny Atkinson quietly has the Nets in 9th place despite an injury to Jeremy Lin and no discernible backup.  Kilpatrick is the big mover in this roster update and it's nice to see him finally get recognition for what he's done on the court dating back to last season.

Hamilton is 2nd in the league in TS% sandwiched between Steph Curry and Kevin Durant (send a memo to Warriors GM Bob Myers).

DENVER NUGGETS
79/PF Kenneth Faried (-1)
76/C Jusef Nurkic (+1)

Nurkic is playing some of his best basketball after an injury-riddled sophomore season.  Faried recently returned to the starting lineup and his rating decrease will likely be short-lived.

INDIANA PACERS
80/C Myles Turner (+2)
77/PG Jeff Teague (-2)
76/C Al Jefferson (-3)

The Pacers are finding out just how valuable Frank Vogel was, as they are 26th defensively under Nate McMillian.  Myles Turner is breaking out, but Teague and Monta Ellis have been a very inefficient backcourt, and the Pacers are finding out just how much they undervalued George Hill.

NEW ORLEANS PELICANS
91/PF Anthony Davis (+1)
74/PG Tim Frazier (+4)

These are basically the only two players with a pulse in New Orleans.  It's worth noting Frazier ranks 5th in the league in Assist rate.  He's a capable backup and the Hornets could run him and Jrue Holiday together in spurts once Holiday returns to the team.

DETROIT PISTONS
86/C Andre Drummond (-1)
79/SF Tobias Harris (+1)
78/SF Marcus Morris (+2)
73/SF Stanley Johnson (-3)

The Pistons are playing tough defense (5th) for Stan Van Gundy, but are strapped offensively until Reggie Jackson comes back.  Andre Drummond's rating dropped but he has actually improved the biggest weakness in his game - FT shooting - by 18 percentage points (53% from 35%)

TORONTO RAPTORS
88/SG DeMar DeRozan (+1)
85/PG Kyle Lowry (-1)
76/SF Terrence Ross (+1)
69/PF Pascal Siakam (+2)

DeRozan is leading the league in scoring, but that isn't likely to hold up if he doesn't start hitting some threes.  His production has come largely at the expense of Kyle Lowry's numbers.  With DeMarre Carroll and Patrick Patterson also struggling SOMEONE needs to start hitting threes in Toronto.  They rank 29th in 3pt% after ranking 5th last season.  They are 7-2 now with the 4th best offense but it's only a matter of time before DeRozan's unsustainable hot hand falls off.

HOUSTON ROCKETS
91/SG James Harden (+1)
77/PF Ryan Anderson (-2)

Harden is currently posting the best Assist rate of all-time (62%), while also inexplicably averaging 30 PPG.  If only Kobe Bryant bought into what Mike D'Antoni was doing!

SAN ANTONIO SPURS
95/SF Kawhi Leonard (+2)

Leonard has carried the torch from Tim Duncan and should be an MVP candidate for the foreseeable future.  It's still tough to believe he was drafted outside the lottery back in 2009.

PHOENIX SUNS
83/PG Eric Bledsoe (-2)
81/SG Devin Booker (+3)
80/SF T.J. Warren (+3)
76/PG Brandon Knight (-2)

Bledsoe hasn't quite been the same since returning from last season's injury.  It's clear this team is transitioning to the younger Warren and Booker.  Brandon Knight has been a train wreck since joining Phoenix and hasn't filled the shoes of Goran Dragic in the slightest.

OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER
94/PG Russell Westbrook (+1)
78/SG Victor Oladipo (-1)
72/C Domantas Sabonis (+1)

Westbrook is averaging 31/9/10 and might be the first modern player to achieve Oscar Robertson's mythical season (to be fair, LeBron and Westbrook are vastly better rebounders than Roberson and would have averaged 12-15 rebounds in the 60s simply due to pace).

MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES
79/SG Zach LaVine (+1)
76/PG Kris Dunn (-1)

Don't look now but the Wolves are the league's 3rd best offensive team.  A lot of that has to do with Andrew Wiggins breaking out, but Zach LaVine has also been very efficient (60 TS% thanks to 46 3PT% and 86 FT%).  Kris Dunn hasn't looked very good but he's been holding down the fort with Rubio sidelined.

PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS
76/SF Evan Turner (-1)
70/SF Jake Layman (+2)

Turner is struggling to fit in Portland, partially because Maurice Harkless has been so much better than expected (naturally, 2K still has him down at 72 OVR).

GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS
94/SF Kevin Durant (+1)
88/SG Klay Thompson (-2)
80/SF Andre Iguodala (-1)

It goes without saying that Golden State is the league's best offensive team, but they will need to improve their defense (17th) to do any damage in the playoffs.  The team didn't value Andrew Bogut's contributions nearly enough and will need to find a rim protecting replacement.

Klay Thompson didn't deserve to be 90 OVR last season, and he certainly doesn't deserve it now.  Klay had a cold spell to start the regular season, but the presence of Durant has exposed Klay's limitations a bit.

WASHINGTON WIZARDS

73/PG Tomas Satoransky (+1)

Well that was lazy (just like the Wizards, so appropriate).

NBA TOP TEN
96/SF LeBron James
95/SF Kawhi Leonard (+2)
94/SF Kevin Durant (+1)
94/PG Russell Westbrook (+1)
94/PG Stephen Curry
91/PF Anthony Davis (+1)
91/PG Chris Paul
91/SG James Harden (+1)
90/C DeMarcus Cousins
89/PG Damian Lillard

POINT GUARDS
94/PG Russell Westbrook (+1)
94/PG Stephen Curry
91/PG Chris Paul
89/PG Damian Lillard
89/PG Kyrie Irving

SHOOTING GUARDS
91/SG James Harden (+1)
88/SG DeMar DeRozan (+1)
88/SG Jimmy Butler
88/SG Klay Thompson (-2)
87/SG Dwyane Wade

SMALL FORWARDS
96/SF LeBron James
95/SF Kawhi Leonard (+1)
94/SF Kevin Durant (+1)
89/SF Paul George
88/SF Carmelo Anthony

POWER FORWARDS
91/PF Anthony Davis (+1)
90/PF Draymond Green
88/PF LaMarcus Aldridge
87/PF Blake Griffin
86/PF Paul Millsap

CENTERS
90/C DeMarcus Cousins
88/C Karl-Anthony Towns
86/C Dwight Howard (+2)
86/C Hassan Whiteside (+1)
86/C Andre Drummond (-1)

Monday, November 7, 2016

NBA 2K17 Team Ratings are currently a mess

Bold denotes team rating is 10+ away from real life ranking.


TEAM OVERALL RATING (SRS Rank)
1-10
97 Cavaliers (4th)
97 Warriors (12th)
93 Spurs (3rd)
92 Clippers (1st)
86 Raptors (5th)
86 Pacers (21st)
86 Knicks (26th)
85 Blazers (18th)
84 Hawks (2nd)
84 Jazz (9th)

11-20
84 Celtics (16th)
84 Kings (22nd)
84 Grizzlies (28th)
83 Bulls (14th)
83 Wizards (23rd)
82 Pistons (6th)
82 Thunder (8th)
82 Magic (24th)
82 Mavericks (25th)
81 Hornets (7th)

21-30
81 Bucks (15th)
81 Rockets (17th)
81 Wolves (19th)
80 Suns (27th)
80 Pelicans (29th)
79 Nuggets (13th)
78 Lakers (10th)
75 Heat (11th)
71 Nets (20th)
68 Sixers (30th)

It's still early and this will certainly fluctuate over the next month, much less the next year.  There are teams like the Warriors who aren't as good as expected, yet there are also teams like the Knicks who everyone (sans Derrick Rose) knew going into the year they weren't going to be a top 10 team.

What we can see is that young teams like the Nuggets, Lakers, and Heat are surprising opponents right now, and performing much better than originally anticipated.

TEAM OFFENSE RATING (ORTG Rank)
1-10
99 Warriors (5th)
96 Cavaliers (1st)
94 Clippers (18th)
91 Spurs (6th)
88 Knicks (12th)
88 Rockets (4th)
86 Pacers (7th)
86 Blazers (14th)
84 Raptors (8th)
84 Jazz (13th)

11-20
84 Wizards (25th)
83 Bulls (3rd)
82 Grizzlies (27th)
82 Hornets (19th)
81 Celtics (2nd)
81 Hawks (10th)
81 Wolves (11th)
81 Magic (22nd)
81 Kings (26th)
81 Mavericks (28th)

21-30
80 Nuggets (20th)
79 Bucks (15th)
79 Thunder (24th)
78 Pistons (17th)
78 Suns (26th)
77 Lakers (9th)
76 Pelicans (29th)
74 Nets (24th)
71 Heat (23rd)
67 Sixers (30th)

2K's offensive ratings are largely fine, with only 5 teams being way off base.  This is to be expected given the numerous stats we have to measure offensive ability.

TEAM DEFENSE RATING (DRTG Rank)
1-10
98 Cavaliers (18th)
95 Spurs (12th)
95 Warriors (24th)
89 Clippers (1st)
89 Raptors (7th)
87 Hawks (2nd)
86 Pistons (3rd)
86 Grizzlies (13th)
86 Kings (26th)
86 Pacers (27th)

11-20
86 Celtics (29th)
85 Thunder (4th)
85 Pelicans (10th)
85 Blazers (22nd)
85 Knicks (30th)
84 Bulls (25th)
84 Jazz (15th)
83 Mavericks (9th)
83 Bucks (11th)
83 Wizards (23rd)

21-30
82 Suns (21st)
82 Magic (23rd)
81 Wolves (16th)
80 Hornets (5th)
80 Lakers (17th)
79 Heat (6th)
78 Nuggets (8th)
74 Rockets (28th)
68 Nets (20th)
68 Sixers (14th)

It all falls apart here.  2K's defensive ratings are nothing short of a train-wreck year-in and year-out.  While playoff hardened teams like the Cavs, Spurs, and Warriors may get it together as the year goes along, many of these are a carry-over from last year.  It's frankly embarrassing how many poor defensive teams have ratings well above average.  There are two teams in the bottom five in the top 10.  The Knicks and Sixers are 17 points apart (and should likely swap ratings).

While it is still early in the year, this exercise serves as a reminder of how quickly the NBA landscape can change within the first two months of a given season, and how diligent a ratings editor needs to be in order to keep up with the league.