10 snubs from 2020-21 ESPN NBARank including Lou Williams

Lou Williams has been named Sixth Man of the Year three times. [© Flickr | Clutch NBA]
Lou Williams has been named Sixth Man of the Year three times. [© Flickr | Clutch NBA]

For the tenth straight year, ESPN predicts who will be the 100 best players for the upcoming season.

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For the tenth straight year, ESPN has posted their NBARank in which they predict who will be the 100 best players for the upcoming season. ESPN asked its panel of voters to vote on pairs of NBA players in order to help decide the rankings.

Here are 10 of the biggest snubs from the rankings. Others who can be considered snubs who aren’t listed below include Kyle Kuzma (Lakers), Andrew Wiggins (Warriors), Dillon Brooks (Grizzlies), Jae Crowder (Suns), Markelle Fultz (Magic), Jonas Valanciunas (Grizzlies), and Collin Sexton (Cavaliers).

1

Clint Capela - Atlanta Hawks

Over the last three seasons, Capela has averaged 14.9 points (on 64.5 percent field goal shooting), 12.2 rebounds, and 1.7 blocks. A heel injury caused him to not yet see action while with Atlanta after he was traded there by the Rockets in February.

2

Andre Drummond - Cleveland Cavaliers

While Drummond has no offensive game outside the restricted area, he has been the league’s rebounding leader in four of the last five seasons. He averaged a career-best 17.7 points in 2019-20.