2017-2018 Top 100 NBA Players

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Not a fantasy list, my projection of the top 100 players in the NBA for 2017-18.

1. L.James SF Cle
2. S.Curry PG GSW
3. K.Leonard SF SA
4. R.Westbrook PG OKC
5. J.Harden SG Hou
6. C.Paul PG Hou
7. D.Green PF GSW
8. N.Jokic C Den
9. K.Durant SF GSW
10. A.Davis PF NO

11. J.Butler SG Min
12. R.Gobert C Utah
13. D.Cousins C NO
14. K.Anthony-Towns C Min
15. G.Antetokounmpo SF Mil
16. K.Lowry PG Tor
17. P.George SF OKC
18. D.Jordan C LAC
19. D.Lillard PG Port
20. J.Wall PG Wash

21. M.Conley PG Mem
22. P.Millsap PF Den
23. K.Love C Cle
24. K.Porzingis PF NY
25. B.Griffin PF LAC
26. A.Drummond C Det
27. O.Porter SF Wash
28. K.Walker PG Charl
29. K.Irving PG Bos
30. R.Rubio PG Utah

31. M.Turner C Ind
32. H.Whiteside C Mia
33. A.Horford C Bos
34. K.Thompson SG GSW
35. CJ McCollum SG Port
36. B.Beal SG Wash
37. E.Bledsoe PG  Pho
39. K.Middleton SG Mil
40. R.Covington SF Phi

41. D.Gallinari SF LAC
42. M.Gasol C Mem
43. G.Hill PG Sac
44. J.Holiday SG NO
45. J.Nurkic C Port
46. S.Adams C OKC
47. A.Gordon PF Orl
48. B.Lopez C LAL
49. J.Teague PG Min
50. D.Green SG SA

51. K.Caldwell-Pope SG LAL
52. V.Oladipo SG Ind 
53. P.Beverley PG LAC
54. C.Zeller C Charl
55. J.Embiid C Phi
56. C.Capela C Hou
57. G.Monroe C Mil
58. L.Aldridge PF SA
59. A.Farouq Aminu PF
60. M.Kidd-Gilchrist SF Charl

61. M.Brogdon PG Mil
62. M.Smart SG Bos
63. E.Payton PG Orl
64. S.Ibaka PF Tor
65. G.Dragic PG Mia
66. D.Howard C Char
67. T.Ariza SF Hou
68. G.Dieng C Minn
69. N.Vucevic C Orl
70. P.Gasol C SA

71. J.Valanciunas C Tor
72. D.Favors PF Utah
73. J.Johnson PF Bos
74. L.Williams SG LAC
75. A.Roberson SG OKC
76. N.Noel C Dall
77. W.Hernangomez NY C
78. N.Mirotic PF Chi
79. N.Batum SG Charl
80. D.DeRozan SG Tor

81. I.Thomas PG Cle
82. T.Thompson C Cle 
83. K.Olynyk PF Mia
84. P.Patterson PF OKC
85. P.Mills PG SA
86. A.Iguodala SF GSW
87. T.Harris PF Det
88. R.Anderson PF Hou
89. M.Harkless SF Port
90. J.Crowder PF Cle

91. E.Ilyasova PF Atl
92. C.Anthony PF OKC
93. Z.Pachulia C GSW
94. G.Harris PG Den
95. R.Hollis-Jefferson SF NJ
96. E.Gordon SG Hou
97. M.Ginobli SG SA
98. M.Plumlee C Den
99. E.Kanter C NY
100. T.Chandler C Pho

October 17 - Top 5 Moments in San Francisco Giants History

What is this all about?


Here are all the October 17 games that mattered in San Francisco Giants history. Nothing good to say today.

1989 World Series Game 3 is 10-27 (the earthquake was today)

2002 World Series starts 10-19

2010 NLCS Game 2, up 1-0, we won the opener last night, Game 2 is also in Philadelphia, it was tight through 6, down 2-1 (Cody Ross homered again for our run). Roy Oswalt put us down in the top of the 7th, we only had one hit to that point; Jonathan Sanchez had nearly matched him and was pulled when he gave up a leadoff single to Oswalt in the 7th.  Ramon Ramirez couldn't keep that run from scoring and we were down 3-1, and Santiago Casilla later gave up a bases loaded double to Jimmy Rollins that made it a 6-1 game and that's the final score.

2012 NLCS Game 3, we split the first two at home and now play the next 3 in St Louis. We pushed across the first run in the 3rd, they followed with a 2 run Matt Carpenter homer off of Matt Cain in their half.  And then we sat there.  We put men on the corners in the 4th, but Kyle Lohse got Angel Pagan to fly out. We had two on and two out in the 6th, the Cards went to the pen and Trevor Rosenthal got Pagan to ground out. We threatened in the 7th, 2 on and 1 out, Mitchell Boggs came on and struck out both Pence and Belt to end the inning. Cain couldn't get away unscathed from a bases loaded, 1 out situation in the bottom half, the Cards added an insurance run to go up 3-1 and that's the final score.

2014 World Series starts 10-21

See you tomorrow, only 2012 on the docket.  Go Giants!

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