Ten of the biggest snubs from ESPN’s NBARank

Jonathan Isaac missed all of last season recovering from a torn ACL (Image source: Flickr/Jacob Gralton)
Jonathan Isaac missed all of last season recovering from a torn ACL (Image source: Flickr/Jacob Gralton)

ESPN has put out their list predicting who will be the top 100 players in the NBA for 2021-22

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A list that is always sure to infuriate some NBA fans.

ESPN has put out their annual NBARank, where they perform the unenviable task of trying to predict who will be the best 100 players in the league for the upcoming season.

As always, there are a decent amount of players who can construct valid arguments as to why they should have been included on the list. Here are 10 of the biggest snubs from this year’s edition of NBARank. Players are listed in alphabetical order by last name.

1

Kyle Anderson (F), Memphis Grizzlies

Anderson easily posted the highest usage rate of his career in 2020-21 and made 94 three-pointers after making just 82 in his first six seasons combined. He also nearly posted a 3-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio last season.

2

RJ Barrett (G), New York Knicks

The third overall pick in 2019, Barrett made great strides in his second season. After a subpar shooting season as a rookie, his splits improved across the board in 2020-21 including an over 40% conversion rate on threes.