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

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Los Angeles Lakers. Jarred Vanderbilt. 18. player. 20. . PF

Jarred Vanderbilt continues to gradually expand his shooting range, the cherry on top of his already-impressive breadth of attributes. Few players are more disruptive on the defensive end. Vando can wreck passing lanes, supply rim protection from the weak side, and absolutely hammer the boards.

Grant Williams. 17. player. 18. . PF. Boston Celtics

Grant Williams has delivered on the hype coming out of Tennessee. For one of the deepest team in the NBA, his production is singular and consistent. He’s one of the smartest role players in the NBA, always in the right place defensively and capable of rocketing impressive passes from anywhere on the floor. Plus, he’s just an absolute bomber from 3 nowadays.

16. player. 125. . PF. Atlanta Hawks. John Collins

Statistically, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that John Collins is in the middle of the worst season of his career. His scoring (and efficiency) is down and the defense isn’t where it needs to be. Clearly, the fit in Atlanta just isn’t working in his favor. That said, we know what Collins is capable of in a proper role and it’s hard to deny the sheer athletic talent.