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Top 10 NBA Players Ranking of ESPN is really one of the hottest topic recently as fans are really satisfied with the list. However, beyond top 10 ranking it stirred controversial discussions and debates. LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Anthony Davis, Kawhi Leonard and Luka Doncic are names in the top 10 but how are they positioned in the list? Check below

  1. Lebron James
  2. Anthony Davis
  3. Giannis Antetokounmpo
  4. Luka Doncic
  5. Kawhi Leonard
  6. Kevin Durant
  7. Damian Lillard
  8. Stephen Curry
  9. James Harden
  10. Nikola Jokic

There are still fans who disagree with the top 10 list with Liliard higher than Stephen Curry. But, what about Luka Doncic over players like Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, James Harden in just his third season in the NBA , without a doubt this boy is special.

Now let’s check the rest of the ranking 

 

100. Joe Harris

99. Marcus Morris Sr

98. Otto Porter Jrr

97. Derrick White

96. Marc Gasol

95. LaMarcus Aldridge

94. Jarrett Allen

93. Ricky Rubio

92. Mitchell Robinson

91. Seth Curry

90. Patrick Beverley

89. Joe INgles

88. Jerami Grant

87. Buddy Hield

86. Brook Lopez

85. Danilo Gallinari

84. John Collins

83. Dejounte Murray

82. DeMar DeRozan

81. John Wall

80. Josh Richardson

79. Dennis Schroder

78. Aaron Gordon

77. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

76. Montrezl Harrell

75. Duncan Robinson

74. Myles Turner

73. Bojan Bogdanovic

72. PJ Tucker

71. Mike Conley

70. Steven Adams

69. D’Angelo Russell

68. OG Anunoby

67. Eric Bledsoe

66. Serge Ibaka

65. Blake Griffin

64. Kevin Love

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63. TJ Warren

62. Bogdan Bogdanovic

61. Davis Bertans

60. Robert Covington

59. Tyler Herro

58. Goran Dragic

57. Tobias Harris

56. Zach LaVine

55. Christian Wood

54. Lonzo Ball

53. Jusuf Nurkic

52. Deandre Ayton

51. Michael Porter Jr

50. Domantas Sabonis

49. Spender Dinwiddie

48. Kemba Walker

47. Vitor Oladipo

46. Caris LeVert

45. Gordon Hayward

44. Draymond Green

43. Jaren Jackson Jr

42. Nikola Vucevic

41. Kristaps Porzingis

40. Fred VanVleet

39. Malcolm Brogdon

38. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander

37. Marcus Smart

36. Russell Westbrook

35. Khris Middleton

34. De-Aaron Fox

33. Jrue Holiday

32. Jaylen Brown

31. Ja Morant

30. Kyle Lowry

29. Trae Young

28. Brandon Ingram

27. CJ McCollum

26. Rudy Gobert

25. Kyrie Irving

24. Pascal Siakam

23. Karl Anthony-Towns

22. Bradley Beal

21. Jamal Murray

20. Paul George

19. Zion Williamson

18. Donovan Mitchell

17. Devin Booker

16. Ben Simmons

15. Chris Paul

14. Joel Embiid

13. Bam Adebayo

12. Jimmy Butler

11. Jayson Tatum

LeBron James is at No. 1 we can’t argue with that too as recently he is even recognized by Giannis the previous season MVP as still the best in the league. But some statements and we can’t disagree more.

“This was atrocious,” Chiney Ogwumike said on ESPN’s The Jump. “This was blasphemy … DeMar DeRozan deserves some respect put on his name.”

“This is just content creation. Nobody believes in this stuff, nobody cares. The only people who seem to care are players. I don’t know why,” ESPN’s Amin Elhassan.

ESPN’s Jay Williams commented: “I know he hasn’t played in 2 years but if someone thinks John Wall is the 81st best player in the league … I need [to] wreak havoc. You guys must have forgotten.”

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“Zion is ranked too high,” Fox Sports’ Shannon Sharpe said on Undisputed, listing Jamal Murray (21), Westbrook (36), and Paul George (20) as players who should have been higher than the New Orleans Pelicans star.

“This was the worst ranking list I’ve ever seen,” the New York Mets’ Josh Wolf commented on Instagram.

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