In the off-season of NBA, the TOP150 large-scale voting activities were held, and the second stage featured 150 players who appeared in service to vote for the ranking. In the first part, every three players are divided into 50 groups, and five groups of votes are held every day. The first place in each group is 1-50, the second place is 51-100, and the third place is 101-150. On the 4th day, in the five groups of voting, Jamal Murray, Fox, Morant, Harden and Sabonis Junior all entered the 1-50 places without any suspense. Except Fox, the other four stars all exceeded 90% of the votes, and Harden led the way with more than 95% of the votes. Aidan missed the top 50 in active service because of his poor performance in the playoffs, and Horford and Lori, two veteran all-star players, lost their performance due to their age, and also missed the top 50 in active service, so all three entered 51-100.
The voting results of each group are ranked as follows:
The first group of votes: 1 Jamal Murray, 2 Ayton, 3 Potis.
The second group of votes: 1 Fox, 2 Horford, 3 Grimes.
The third group of votes: 1 Morant, 2 Bogdahn-Bogdanovic and 3 White.
The fourth group of votes: 1 Harden, 2 Lori and 3 Giddy.
The fifth group of votes: 1 Sabonis Jr., 2 Lowe, 3 Trey Murphy.
Enter 1-50 places: Jamal Murray, Fox, Morant, Harden, Little Sabonis.
Jamal Murray, Morant, Harden and Sabonis Jr. all won more than 90% of the votes in their respective groups, and Harden won an overwhelming majority of more than 95% of the votes, leading the way, thus successfully ranking first in the group and entering the 1-50 active duty range. Jamal Murray was the No.2 winner of the Nuggets’ championship last season. He staged a perfect "redemption" script after returning from a serious injury and won the ESPY Best Comeback Award. Morant’s personal performance is one of the representative stars of the new generation, although the off-court "gun door" incident has been criticized. Sabonis Jr. performed well last season, helping Kings return to the playoffs after 17 years, and won a contract renewal with the highest salary this summer.
Harden won more than 95% of the votes and became the player with the highest number of votes, which shows that he still has a huge fan base in China. Harden averaged 21 points, 6.1 rebounds, 10.7 assists and 1.2 steals in the regular court last season, and was crowned the league’s assistant king successfully. Even though the playoffs failed to stop the 76ers from stopping in the second round, he once scored 40+ in two games. As for Fox, although he only got over 80% of the votes, he still ranked first in the group, and also successfully advanced to the 1-50 active duty range.
Enter 51-100: Ayton, Horford, Bogdahn Bogdanovic, Lori and Lowe.
As the core of the Sun’s insider, Aidan missed the top 50 in active service. He averaged 18 points and 10 rebounds in the regular field last season, but the playoff data shrank to 13.4 points and 9.7 rebounds, which was naturally criticized by Jokic. Horford and Lori, two veteran All-Star players, have greatly reduced their competitive ability due to factors such as age and injuries. However, they helped the Green Army to advance to the East Finals and the Heat to advance to the finals respectively, and they also entered the active service range of 51-100.
Bogdahn Bogdanovic and Lowe also entered the 51-100 active duty range. Bogdahn Bogdanovic averaged 14 points, 3 rebounds and 2.8 assists in the regular field last season, making him a top scorer in the league. As for Luo Wei, who contributed 8 points, 8.3 rebounds and 1.4 blocks in the regular field last season, he is an important substitute for the Celtics’ inside, and with Horford continuing to get old, Luo Wei’s data and team status are expected to continue to improve next season.
Enter 101-150: Potis, Grimes, White, Giddy, Trey Murphy.
The five players who enter the range of 101-150 are basically important role players of their respective teams. Potis averaged 14.1 points, 9.6 rebounds and 1.5 assists on the regular court last season, and was an efficient bench substitute for Bucks. Grimes averaged 11.3 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.1 assists on the regular court last season, and was the bench gangster of the Knicks. Giddy averaged 16.8 points, 7.9 rebounds and 6.2 assists in the regular field last season, becoming one of the main cores of Thunder. Trey Murphy averaged 14.6 points, 3.6 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.1 steals in the regular court last season, becoming an important player in the pelican.
White averaged 12.4 points, 3.6 rebounds and 3.9 assists in the regular field last season, and further improved his performance in the playoffs. With the Celtics sending Smart to the Grizzlies in the offseason, White is expected to be righted and become the new starting point guard of the Green Army in the new season.
Notice of voting for the star on August 5
In the second stage of the TOP150 large-scale voting activity in NBA offseason, 150 players were selected for voting ranking. The list of players participating today is 21-25 groups of players, as follows:
21. Adebayor, Smart, Monk
22. Jay Brown, Norman Powell, Fultz
23. Trey Young, Chrt, Vanderbilt
24. Edwards, Hero, Herbert Jones
25. George, macdaniels and Tommy Tam