ESPN has done their NBA rankings for the eighth straight year. For the upcoming season, they have ranked the top 100 players. It goes for the 2018-19 season, so players like DeMarcus Cousins and Kristaps Porzingis are rated lower because they will miss the start of the season with injuries. NBC Sports has reported that the Knicks will not offer Porzingis a max extension in order to preserve cap space for the next offseason.

Below are the 100 players who made the list, sorted by the team they play for. The Boston Celtics have the most players on the list with seven, while Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks is the only rookie to make the list.

Eastern Conference

  • Boston Celtics, 7 (Terry Rozier 82, Marcus Smart 55, Gordon Hayward 40, Jaylen Brown 37, Al Horford 34, Jayson Tatum 24, and Kyrie Irving 20).
  • Indiana Pacers, 6 (Darren Collison 94, Domantas Sabonis 89, Tyreke Evans 87, Thaddeus Young 86, Myles Turner 48, and Victor Oladipo 15).
  • Philadelphia 76ers, 6 (Markelle Fultz 93, JJ Redick 65, Dario Saric 57, Robert Covington 49, Ben Simmons 18, and Joel Embiid 9).
  • Toronto Raptors, 5 (Danny Green 97, OG Anunoby 77, Fred VanVleet 74, Kyle Lowry 21, and Kawhi Leonard 8).
  • Miami Heat, 4 (Justise Winslow 96, Kelly Olynyk 89, Josh Richardson 67, and Goran Dragic 61).
  • Milwaukee Bucks, 4 (Malcolm Brogdon 90, Eric Bledsoe 56, Khris Middleton 35, and Giannis Antetokounmpo T4).
  • New York Knicks, 3 (Enes Kanter 95, Tim Hardaway Jr. 81, and Kristaps Porzingis 58).
  • Washington Wizards, 3 (Otto Porter Jr. 38, John Wall 32, and Bradley Beal 29).
  • Charlotte Hornets, 2 (Nicolas Batum 91, and Kemba Walker 27).
  • Detroit Pistons, 2 (Andre Drummond 46, and Blake Griffin 33).
  • Orlando Magic, 2 (Evan Fournier 99, and Aaron Gordon 41).
  • Brooklyn Nets, 1 (Spencer Dinwiddie 76).
  • Chicago Bulls, 1 (Lauri Markkanen 66).
  • Cleveland Cavaliers, 1 (Kevin Love 25).
  • Atlanta Hawks, 0

Fresh off four straight NBA Finals appearances, the Cleveland Cavaliers have just one player on the list in Kevin Love.

Forty-seven of the 100 players who made ESPN’s list reside in the Eastern Conference. The highest ranked player in the East is Giannis Antetokounmpo, who finished tied for fourth.

Western Conference

  • Golden State Warriors, 6 (Andre Iguodala 73, DeMarcus Cousins 69, Klay Thompson 19, Draymond Green 16, Kevin Durant T4, and Stephen Curry 2).
  • Denver Nuggets, 5 (Will Barton 68, Paul Millsap 59, Jamal Murray 45, Gary Harris 4, and Nikola Jokic 12).
  • Los Angeles Lakers, 5 (Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 92, Kyle Kuzma [VIDEO] 71, Lonzo Ball 62, Brandon Ingram 54, and LeBron James 1).
  • Utah Jazz, 5 (Derrick Favors 83, Joe Ingles 53, Ricky Rubio 52, Rudy Gobert 23, and Donovan Mitchell 22).
  • Houston Rockets, 4 (Eric Gordon 42, Clint Capela 36, Chris Paul 11, and James Harden 3).
  • Minnesota Timberwolves, 4 (Jeff Teague 98, Andrew Wiggins 70, Karl-Anthony Towns 17, and Jimmy Butler 14).
  • New Orleans Pelicans, 4 (Julius Randle 84, Nikola Mirotic 50, Jrue Holiday 26, and Anthony Davis 6).
  • Oklahoma City Thunder, 4 (Andre Roberson 78, Steven Adams 47, Paul George 13, and Russell Westbrook 7).
  • Portland Trail Blazers, 4 (Al-Farouq Aminu 100, Jusuf Nurkic 75, CJ McCollum 30, and Damian Lillard 10).
  • Dallas Mavericks, 3 (DeAndre Jordan 80, Harrison Barnes 79, and Luka Doncic 63).
  • Memphis Grizzlies, 3 (Kyle Anderson 85, Marc Gasol 51, and Mike Conley 44).
  • San Antonio Spurs, 3 (Dejounte Murray 64, DeMar DeRozan 39, and LaMarcus Aldridge 28).
  • Los Angeles Clippers, 2 (Lou Williams 72, and Tobias Harris 60).
  • Phoenix Suns, 1 (Devin Booker 31 [VIDEO]).
  • Sacramento Kings, 0

Maybe the biggest surprise in the West is that four teams have more players on the list than the Houston Rockets.

Houston came just one win away last season from upsetting the Golden State Warriors and reaching the NBA Finals.

The top three players on the list play in the Western Conference with LeBron James finishing first, Stephen Curry second, and James Harden third (Kevin Durant also finished tied for fourth).