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

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147. . PF. Brooklyn Nets. Ben Simmons. 27. player

So, what exactly is going on with Ben Simmons? His confidence is in the gutter and the Nets have fully relegated him to a bench role post-Durant trade. The athleticism still pops. He makes some dazzling passes and plays staunch defense on the wing. But, will he ever rediscover his former magic?

PF. Oklahoma City Thunder. Kenrich Williams. 26. player. 149.

Kenrich Williams continues to grit and grind his way to productive minutes in OKC. He’s the kind of peripheral contributor every contender dreams of — a versatile wing defender and reliable spot-up shooter who makes every hustle play.

Keegan Murray. 25. player. 84. . PF. Sacramento Kings

Keegan Murray is already one of the best 3-point shooters in the NBA as a 6-foot-9 rookie. It’s hard not to be impressed, even more so when one considers how competitive his team is. There are still bouts of inefficiency, just like any rookie, but Murray clearly has a bright future.