2015 SG Rankings Review and Survey

jonathanlambert33

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2015 SI SG Rankings
1) James Harden
2) Jimmy Butler
3) Klay Thompson
4) Dwyane Wade
5) JJ Redick
6) Wes Matthews
7) Bradley Beal
8) Kobe Bryant
9) Danny Green
10) Tyreke Evans
1) Who on this list, if any, do you believe was voted too high?

2) Who on this list, if any, do you believe was voted too low?

3) Who not voted into the top 10 this offseason will be voted in next offseason?

4) Who among the current top 10 will witness the fall from grace outside the top 10?

5) Who among the current top 10 will witness the biggest climb in the rankings?
 

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1. I think it's pretty spot on. 
 
2. Again, I can't really argue
 
3. Wiggins
 
4. Kobe
 
5. Beal
 

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1. Fair for the most part
2. Kobe
3. Oladipo
4. Kobe
5. Beal
 

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How is Kobe to low but will fall from grace next year?
 

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Kobe
Anyone below Kobe
Wiggins
Matthews
Beal 
 

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1. Kobe, for obvious reasons.

2. Nothing drastic.

3. Think Oladipo and Wiggins will see the top 10.

4. See #1.

5. Tyreke and Beal will each climb a few spots.
 

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I could see Matthews moving a few spots in either direction based on how that achilles responds.
 

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1. JJ Redick and Danny Green, but I don't much care for guys who can shoot but are limited otherwise, and I guess I've found them to be overrated at this forum, in general.
 
2. I hate to go Nola on you all but I thought that Tyreke had a greater impact on his team than 3-4 of the guys directly above him. I did NOT like his tendency to turn the ball over late, but otherwise he was the kind of backcourt stability that the Pelicans had lacked. 
 
3. Andrew Wiggins if he continues to start at the 2.
 
4. The easy answers are Kobe and DWade due to age, but the achilles tendon injury has been lethal to a lot of basketball players, and Wes Matthews may now be a finished product who starts his decline. I hope not, but it certainly is possible.
 
5. Beal, I suppose, but as he can't really be ball-dominant in Washington, I don't know if that will happen.
 

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Wade
Matthews
Wiggins
Wade, Green, Evans
Wiggins even though he's not currently on the list. I can easily see him being top 5 next season.
 

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BwareDWare94 said:
1. JJ Redick and Danny Green, but I don't much care for guys who can shoot but are limited otherwise, and I guess I've found them to be overrated at this forum, in general.
 
I shouldn't even have to say this but both provide more than just shooting. Green is a great defender. Redick is a solid defender and a good secondary ball handler/creator
 

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nolafan33 said:
1. Kobe, for obvious reasons.

2. Nothing drastic.

3. Think Oladipo and Wiggins will see the top 10.

4. See #1.

5. Tyreke and Beal will each climb a few spots.
Are you going to list Davis as the PF who can climb the most too? 
 

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CameronCrazy06 said:
I shouldn't even have to say this but both provide more than just shooting. Green is a great defender. Redick is a solid defender and a good secondary ball handler/creator
Not to mention he was advocating for Wes Matthews to go higher than he did, who plays the type of role. 
 

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elcheato said:
Are you going to list Davis as the PF who can climb the most too? 
I think both Jrue and Tyreke are top 10 players at their positions and both are supremely talented players that will not only be playing in a system that will better utilize them but they'll also receive better coaching than they ever have. Anytime you stop trying to fit a round peg into a square hole and finally fit it into be round hole it's going to fit a whole lot better.
 

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1. I think it is fairly good. But gun to head I would say Kobe.
2. No one is too low.
3. Wiggins, and possibly Oladipo
4. Kobe
5. I don't see any DRASTIC moves, but I could see Beal move up. Maybe JJ and Wade switching spots too
 

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