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Top 10 NBA basketball players in the Playoffs this season (Part 3)

Here is the rest of the list of top 10 NBA basketball players in the Playoffs this season.

7. Kevin Durant

With Curry having to leave the game due to injury, Durant is very good at playing the main role of Warriors. He just scored 38 points in game 4 with the Pelicans to bring an important victory for Warriors.

Curry’s return brings more diversity to Warriors’ attacking tactics, but Durant will still be an abundant source of scores for the team in any tactic with the best 1-1 fighting ability currently available. now in the NBA.

8. Clint Capela

Houston Rockets’ star defender duo will not be able to play effectively If there are no cleaners laps in Clint Capela. He played more and more progressive and made very important contributions at Rockets Playoffs this year.

He is a reliable defensive prop with his excellent rebound and block ability. In the first round, it was Capela who completely froze the Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns in the next round.

9. Terry Rozier

Many people think this year’s Celtics season is over when Kyrie Irving is injured. However, Terry Rozier rekindled his hopes of playing an impressive stuntman. He is leading the Celtics in terms of points scored and assists and 3-point throwing efficiency over 40%.

He took a very good role of leading the ball to coordinate the game instead of Irving when he only lost the ball 14 times and had 67 assists in the Playoffs this year. 

10. Rudy Gobert

Utah Jazz made the best offensive team at the Regular Season Houston Rockets only hit an attack score of 108.9 after 4 games against them. This is 5.9 points lower than the Regular Season of the Rockets and 8.0 points lower than the first round when the Rockets confront the Timberwolves.

In round 1, Utah Jazz also made OKC attack index lower than 6.6 points compared to themselves in the Regular Season. Good defensive record of Jazz against strong opponents with the great contribution of Rudy Gobert. The ability to defend from the area under the basket to the round of 3 points, catching the ball and turning the table well are the strongest points of this French striker.

Top 10 NBA basketball players in the Playoffs this season (Part 2)

In this part, let’s continue the list of top 10 NBA basketball players in the Playoffs this season!

4. Giannis Antetokounmpo

Antetokounmpo is the only player who is not with his team in the second round, worthy of being on this list. He excelled in the first round when Bucks faced the Celtics and made the Celtics only able to win tickets to the semi-finals in Game 7.

Antetokounmpo is a comprehensive player when he is both a main point player and a player with very good defensive skills. He leads Bucks on all four stats: points, assists, rebounds and steals.

5. Draymond Green

While Stephen Curry was out of action in the first matches of the Playoffs because of injury, Kevin Durant was the main scorer for Warriors and Green showed his overall integrity when he took the lead in all the remaining games. again.

He leads Warriors in terms of rebound (11.2 rebound per match), assists (9 assists per match), steal (1.7 steal per game) and block (1.2 blocks per game). Green is the most important defender of the Warriors, and is also a voice on the pitch to connect the team members. He is the Warriors MVP at the Playoffs round up to this point.

6. Al Horford

Kyrie Irving had to leave the season due to injury, Al Horford successfully led the responsibility to lead the young Celtics players in the Playoffs this time.

In round 1, the ability to play comprehensively in both the defense and the defense of Horford is the foundation for the Celtics to win hard against Bucks. In round 2, Horford continued to be very effective in defending the number 1 star of Sixers Joel Embiid.

There are not too many beautiful balls and beautiful play like the other stars, but the quiet and effective contribution of Horford is the most important factor for Celtic to approach the Eastern finals this year.

Top 10 NBA basketball players in the Playoffs this season (Part 1)

NBA Playoffs this season is gradually coming to an end. Cleveland Cavaliers and Houston Rockets were the first two teams to win tickets to play in the regional finals. Let’s see which stars are showing themselves at this year’s Playoffs.

1. LeBron James

There is no question that James is at the top of this list. Without the numbers, this year’s Playoffs can see that ‘the King’ is the most outstanding player. The leading number of points scored with an average of 34.3 points per game at this year’s Playoffs shows how well James is carrying the Cavaliers.

In the most important moments of the match, James is always the name that knows how to speak. The two buzzer beaters that brought 2 decisive victories are the clearest evidence. This shows that the bravery and experience of James is really extremely respectable.

Defeating Raptors, the No. 1 Eastern seed team easily made James’s achievement table even more brilliant. It was James’s high form that made the Cavaliers the first team to advance to the regional finals.

2. James Harden

James Harden continued to maintain a good performance from the Regular Season to become a major factor in helping Rockets succeed in the Playoffs. He is leading the Rockets in both points scored and assists in this round. He is also in the top 4 players scoring the most average per match, only behind LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook with 28.5 points per match.

Although facing the team with the highest rated player in the NBA this year, Utah Jazz in the semi-finals, but the Rockets with the guidance of Harden still have no difficulty beating this opponent with a score of 4- first. Now the remaining frontier gate in their final will most likely be the No. 1 opponent they aim to defeat this season – defending champion Golden State Warriors in the Western finals.

3. Anthony Davis

After a brilliant performance with the Pelicans to beat the Blazers 4-0, Davis continued to play well in the semi-finals although his team faced the No. 1 candidate for the Golden State championship. Warriors and Davis were followed closely by the candidate for the best player of the Draymond Green season.

He is second only to LeBron James in terms of scoring ability with an average of 29.6 points per game. He also ranked 2nd in terms of rebound ability with 12.8 rebounds per match and 3rd in block ability with 2.3 blocks per match.

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