Collins our [BEST] or highest ranked point is sitting at 40th best point in the league.
Livingston is ranked 66th
DJ brings up the rear ranked 77th . The league must really think he sucks. Thats all but saying hes not even back up material.
I knew DJs value sucked , but had no idea it sucked this bad.
08-30-2010 12:14 PM
I'll take my chances with the former lottery picks over the fat undrafted rookies. I like Collins, but those rankings are a joke.
08-30-2010 12:24 PM
[QUOTE=dav7z;176738] The league must really think he sucks.[QUOTE]
Don't confuse "the league" with Hollinger driven ESPN opinions. All of their articles (and I know he isn't the only person commenting on the rankings) are written to support whatever diarrhea his computer spits out.
I looked, and instantly saw when it said ESPN that it would be full of bull crap. It was far worse :facepalm:
08-30-2010 02:05 PM
08-30-2010 04:40 PM
Ricky Rubio is rated higher than Livingston and DJ. He's not even in the league. :facepalm:
08-30-2010 07:17 PM
They have Eric Bledsoe ranked higher. The rookie that backed up John Wall at Kentucky. The one that hasn't even started a game since high school. The one that averaged more turnovers than assists in college.
They also have Will Conroy, the player that continually has played in the NBDL and can't get a chance to be on a roster.
On top of that, they have Ty Lawson at 61 and Rodrigue Beabois 63rd. Oh and lastly, they have Ramon Sessions 87th. Yea. Totally accurate. Steve Blake and Lukle Ridnour in the 100's.
Lastly, they have Mo Williams ahead of Derrick Rose, Darren Collison and Tony Parker. WTF!
08-30-2010 08:12 PM
WHat are these rankings based on?
08-30-2010 08:20 PM
After a bottle of watermelon vodka and hours of Streisand records, Hollinger gets a little loopy.