Which Philadelphia 76ers Players Did ESPN's #NBArank Over and Undervalue?

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Which Philadelphia 76ers Players Did ESPN's #NBArank Over and Undervalue?
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Each year a panel of NBA writers for ESPN ranks all 500 players in the NBA on a scale from 1-10. Then, ESPN averages each player's rating and creates a list in order of the highest-rated NBA player (LeBron James) to the lowest-rated NBA player (Eddy Curry).

Every year there are people who disagree with portions of the rankings, but for the most part they are pretty accurate. So, lets take a look at the 2012 #NBArank rankings for the Philadelphia 76ers

The team's highest-rated player is the Sixers' marquee acquisition of the offseason in Andrew Bynum, who is ranked 13th. The team's lowest-rated player is first-round pick Arnett Moultrie, who is ranked 400th. 

Here are four Sixers who are either too high or too low on ESPN's 2012 #NBArank.

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