I say we have Smith right. They have Rivers better, to me he is 8 or 9, and we have Warrick better. To me Warrick is 11 at best. Half the players had the same rank in both reader's rankings, mostly at the top 3 and bottom 3. My guess is having so many new players makes this team hard to rank at this time.
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#HornetsRank Results from the Hornets247 and HornetsReport Surveys
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Apart from ranking Smith 6th instead of 4th, I think I like the HornetsReport rankings better than ours!
As a Hornets fan, I'm hopeful Rivers will do well and understand optimistically ranking him high, but as someone who watched Duke play last year, I highly doubt it'll happen.
Looks like there's consensus that we have 3 tiers of players -- an obvious top 3, a drop to the next 5, then a drop to the scrubs, for lack of a better term. Interesting to see.
Rivers is overatted for a guy who hasn't stepped on an NBA court and was pretty bad in summer league
Are the people on HornetsReport made up of all of Robin Lopez family members? Talk about overhyping a player