NBA Midseason Report Card: Power Ranking the NBA’s Top 50 Players

January 26th, 2011 by Gabe Zaldivar Leave a reply »
NBA Midseason Report Card: We are now just a tad over the half way mark of the 2010-2011 NBA season. There has been some startling play by new up and comers. There has also been some stars that have not played to their potential. 

But rest easy NBA fan, the Clippers are still a horrible team despite the efforts of Blake Griffin. So why do a power rankings of the top NBA players thus far in the season? It could be that I am a sucker for hate mail. Perhaps I enjoy people screaming at me that Chris Bosh should be above Lamar Odom. Perhaps it is that I am a glutton for punishment. Could be. 

No, the reason is clear. We must. We must delve head first into the player's rankings to find the truth. Who is really the best player at this stage in the NBA? As we head into the All-Star game, the NBA will have you believe that they picked the best players for the court that night. Well, unless Yao Ming got the leading votes for being the largest couch potato that just is not true. 

So here they are folks. The best and brightest to run the hardwood in the first half of the season. Please not that numbers are not everything. Weight was also given to ...

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