Any discussions about the dynamic progress in the NBA begin with Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kevin Durant. After that, things get interesting.
Where did Julius Randle fall after a tough game? Can Pascal Siakam or Kristaps Porzingis raise their game to the next level? Is there a season to relax on skill cards like Jaren Jackson Jr. or Rui Hachimura?
Placing a starting point for all 30 was not difficult but we did well. See.
Future position for NBA 2021-22
1. Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks
In a race that is strongly recommended for the project to take place at the end of the game season, it seems impossible to put anyone other than Antetokounmpo.
Antetokounmpo also released another season-long MVP but it should not be considered considering that his Milwaukee team has failed in the backseat.
He responded with a score of 30.2 points, 12.8 rebound, 5.1 assist, 1.2 block and 1.0 steals in 21 postseason games. He also threw 50 in the 6th home run at the NBA finals.
Yes, I think they should accept this.
2. Kevin Durant, Brooklyn Nets
Durant was a surprise comeback from the end of 18 months after resting Achilles in the 2019 NBA Finals.
Durant took it to the next level, pouring 34.3 in the game at .514 / .402 / .871 a split that split, almost pulling the Nets into the Finals of the Conference before dropping Epic Game 7 to the Bucks in extra time.
Instead of resting his body for a while, Durant flew to Tokyo to lead Team USA to the Gold Medal.
If 2021 is rocking the rust, I can’t wait to see what 2022 looks like.
3. Anthony Davis, Los Angeles Lakers
The biggest question for Davis is whether he can be healthy. Unfortunately for AD and Laker, it was a stabbing problem that prevented his first release at the end of the Phoenix Suns.
Davis is a famous star and his good deeds elevate him near the top two teams, we haven’t seen him in a long time. In the Lakers’ senior line-up, the 28-year-old Davis is set to lead if he returns to the NBA Finals.
4.Zion Williamson, A New Orleans Pelicans
The day of the NBA press release came as a surprise, with Williamson missing the start of a full-time season with a foot surgery.
Any injury at the very end of a Williamson-sized player is a cause for concern, and the exploding force sends an army that can’t be stopped as it flies so fast.
Entering his third season, Williamson is the injured man as he was declared guilty of 27.0 points per game on a 61.1% shot from the field in 2020-21.
Missing the All-NBA title, he took his first Star-Star title. Not bad in his second year in the NBA.
5. Jayson Tatum, Boston Celtics
The Celtics are found in amazing places. Reaching the Final Meeting in its first three seasons in the league, Boston seems to be back on the pack as the hard-working player enters the season with a clearance.
Tatum scored 26.4 points per game in the final game before the season exploded to 30.6 in the first leg of the playoffs.
The winner of all three games, it still looks like Tatum can carry his team to the NBA Finals.
6. Draymond Green, Golden State Warriors
The group is back together.
Green, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson are hoping to hit the ground running together for the first time since the end of the 2019 NBA Finals sometime this season.
Green thrives best when encouraged. With the Warriors smoking back in the postseason, I hope Green will get back to his best when he feeds the superstar duo.
7. Domantas Sabonis, Indiana Pacers
Sabonis is still down, isn’t it?
One of the strongest in the league and his ability to score goals in various ways and improve, it seems he will continue to go under the radar while the Pacers remain in the middle of the pack at the Eastern Conference.
Sabonis had a chance to score goals (20.3 points per game) and assist (6.7 points per game), as well as beating 32% of his 2.6 3 points per game. The number in itself is not impressive, but it was the first season he has tried to double it since his time at Oklahoma City.
8. Julius Randle, New York Knicks
The regular season of unfortunate rest was overshadowed by Randle’s disappointing game, with the Knicks first connected with Atlanta.
The All-Star first prize, Second Team All-NBA and Most Improved Player attracted the most attention in 2020-21, the next step and doing this at the end of the Knicks ’hungry players.
9. Pascal Siakam, Copyright in Toronto
The region has hit Siakam in the past two days and is expected to take the No. 1 outfit. 1 after Kawhi Leonard to LA.
Siakam is still a strong and defensive defender who achieved more than 20 goals in last season’s game. The return may also be on the cards after a difficult year of relocation to Tampa Bay.
With Kyle Lowry no longer in Toronto, the only chance left for Siakam to return to the All-Star game.
10. John Collins, Atlanta Hawks
It was an exciting time for John Collins, as the Hawks upheld their rights as the main competitor demanded money to extend the deal.
As his numbers and minutes reached a climax, Collins continued to appear for 63 seasons and eventually signed a five-year contract, $ 125 million.
The Hawks need a second-looking star near Trae Young to get to the next level. At just 24 years old and forced to make a deal, can Collins be a guy?
11. Tobias Harris, Philadelphia 76ers
12. Kristaps Porzingis, Dallas Mavericks
13. Aaron Gordon, Denver Nuggets
14. Zaka Jackson Jr., Memphis Grizzlies
15. Jerami Grant, Detroit Pistons
16. Bojan Bogdanovic, Utah Jazz
17. Miles Bridges, Charlotte Hornets
18. Keldon Johnson, San Antonio Spurs
19. PJ Tucker, Miami Heat
20. Evan Mobley, Cleveland Cavaliers
- This is a great season for Kristaps Porzingis. Should head coach Jason Kidd open up the Porzingis genre which many believe was a global genre, or did injury affect them?
- Aaron Gordon is approaching as a player who can see a good collision in the game in his first season in Denver. Obviously, when the Nuggets sold Gordon they expected the big plane to be the third behind Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray, and the young man looked good before Murray injured his knee. Maybe Michael Porter Jr. jumped in again and Gordon managed to get the job done for the Nuggets. Either way, opportunities will exist.
- Directing only 11 games in 2020-21 by the Grizzlies, Jaren Jackson Jr. will be a major addition to the youth team looking to avoid Play-In Tournament at the Western Conference.
- Evan Mobley highlights the preseason with his game as well as changing the game on defensive play. He gets on the list before there are a lot of fighters but to be honest, I had to restrain myself from putting him on top.
21. Robert Covington, Portland Trail Blazers
22. Marcus Morris Sr., LA Translators
23. Jae Crowder, Phoenix Sun.
24. Rui Hachimura, Washington Wizards
25. Patrick Williams, Chicago Bulls
26. Marvin Bagley III, Sacramento Kings
27. Jaden McDaniels, Minnesota Timberwolves
28. Daniel Theis, Houston Rocks
29. Darius Bazley, Oklahoma City Thunder
30. Chuma Okeke, Orlando Magic
- This section on the list is recommended by a group of Covington, Morris and Crowder participants. All three have the skills that the opposing teams aspire to, but do not interrupt the game at the level of the names above.
- Is this Hachimura’s retirement year? The Wizard has amassed an amazingly interesting skill at home but it seems like there is a lot of evil that Hacimura left in him. The 23-year-old played for the Japan National Team at the Tokyo Olympics, counting 22.3 and 6.7 rebounds while dropping 38% of his long-range trials.
- Seemingly unsatisfied in Sacramento, Bagley did not live up to expectations when the Kings took him and picked him number 2 in 2018. The 22-year-old has played 55 games in the past two days. Entering the final year of his contract without further signing, this would be a good time to take a break.