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SC6’s Michael Smith and Jemele Hill share their current top 10 NBA players.

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  • g9kyra
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    I know rankings are debatable and that's the fun of it. But explain to me please who in his sane mind honestly believes
    – that Draymond Green is ahead of franchise players like AD, KAT, Giannis or John Wall?
    – that a guy with flaws in his game is better than dominant two-way players? I'm a big fan of Westbrook, the majority of criticism towards him is flat out hating and bullshit, he's got the best PER in the league but not even I could look into the mirror and convince myself that Westbrook is an overall better player than LeBron, KD or Kawhi. There's no debate that's the top3 and the only way to change it is being an elite two-way player yourself. AD, KAT, Giannis as well as Butler, John Wall and Paul George in their wildest dreams have the potential to change that. Neither Westbrook nor Steph, Harden, Kyrie etc can possibly be better than any of those 3 without eradicating their flaws.

    Any explanations for these two points?

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