Apr 25, 2013; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks guard Monta Ellis is guarded by Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem during game three of the first round of the 2013 NBA playoffs at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

NBA Top 100 Players 2013-14: 80-71

Here is 80-71 if you missed the others here they are: 90-81 and 100-91.

80- Derrick Favors (Utah Jazz)

Derrick is in a lot better shape but his offensive game still will need a lot of work.  Expect Favors to average 14,10 and 3 blocks in his first season as a starter.

79- Jrue Holliday (New Orleans Pelicans)

Yeah he’s played in an all-star game but even the Sixers thought trading him was best for their team.  17 points and 8 assists sounds about right again.

78- David West (Indiana Pacers)

Signed a big deal again this off season and is expected to be consistent on a very deep team.  17 points and 8 rebounds is a very solid contribution for this team.

77- Andre Drummond (Detroit Pistons)

SB Nation has him as the third best player in 2017.  I don’t see him being that good but this year top 100 is a for sure thing.

76- Rudy Gay (Toronto Raptors)

I’ve never been high on Rudy Gay and neither were the Grizzlies but you can’t deny his scoring ability.

75- Monta Ellis (Dallas Mavericks)

Scoring machine on a horrible team.  I do like Ellis but I don’t think he’ll ever be on a championship quality team unless he’s the 6th man.

74- Kemba Walker (Charlotte Bobcats)

Kemba is going into his third year where a lot of players will make a huge jump in the league, Kemba I think will be one of those.

73- Larry Sanders (Milwaukee Bucks)

New contract extension and enough blocks to fill an arena has Milwaukee excited about the future.

72- Ricky Rubio (Minnesota Timberwolves)

Such an exciting player to watch but really needs work on his shooting.  Rubio reminds me a lot of the Pistol.

71- Klay Thompson (Golden State Warriors)

The best shooting backcourt in the league isn’t slowing down any as they will try for the 3-point record for a duo.







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