Ranking 76ers’ P.J. Tucker and the top 30 NBA power forwards

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3. player. 81. . PF. Toronto Raptors. Pascal Siakam

Pascal Siakam has elevated himself to top-15 status for the Raptors, who unfortunately have failed to build a competent offensive team around him. Few players can match Siakam’s blend of size, speed, and control barreling down the lane offensively. He has also developed into a legitimately impressive passer who can run plays and set up teammates off of his constant rim pressure.

Zion Williamson. 2. player. 69. . PF. New Orleans Pelicans

Zion Williamson was in the MVP conversation before his injury. A lack of availability has plagued the former No. 1 pick to date, but when healthy Williamson is basically a free trip to the paint every possession. Defenses know where he’s going and they still can’t stop him. We’ve never seen an athlete quite like Zion. Oh, and he’s basically the Pelicans’ point guard.

89. . PF. Milwaukee Bucks. Giannis Antetokounmpo. 1. player

Giannis Antetokounmpo’s chokehold on the “Best Player in the World” title has loosened slightly with Nikola Jokic en route to three consecutive MVP awards, but he’s still the consensus No. 1 in most circles. And for good reason. On top of his world-wrecking offensive repertoire, Giannis is simultaneously one of the league’s most dominant defenders.