Sports Illustrated reveals Danilo Gallinari, DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin’s spots

SALT LAKE CITY, UT - APRIL 21: DeAndre Jordan
SALT LAKE CITY, UT - APRIL 21: DeAndre Jordan /
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Blake Griffin: #22

Durability was clearly a factor in Griffin’s ranking this year. He fell 12 spots to 22. 12. Twelve. Blake is likely to be an offensive beast this season, lighting up the box score and rewarding fantasy owners. He too has the chance to step out of Chris Paul’s shadow and redefine himself.

"“Griffin remains a nightmare individual cover: he can bully smaller defenders, blow past slower defenders, step out to hit mid-range jumpers, initiate transition scenarios from his own defensive rebounds, run an effective two-man game with dribble hand-offs near the arc, and create offense with high-low passes to DeAndre Jordan.”"

For the first time in a long time, the Clippers enter a season without a top 10 ranked talent. This is uncharted territory for many Clippers fans, but to have 5 players ranked in the top 100 is encouraging.

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