Which Golden State Warriors Players Did ESPN's #NBArank Twitter Tag Miss On?

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Which Golden State Warriors Players Did ESPN's #NBArank Twitter Tag Miss On?
Cary Emondson-US PRESSWIRE

ESPN.com and TrueHoop Network recently dropped their annual player rankings which naturally stir controversy among fans and NBA observes—especially on the Twitter hashtag, #NBArank.

The up-and-coming Golden State Warriors have a wide spectrum of ranks, starting with Stephen Curry at No. 40 to bench player, Kent Bazemore sitting at second to last at No. 499. 

The Warriors starting five are looked upon as average with Curry earning the highest score of 6.97 and Barnes earning a 4.57 for the low out of a 0-to-10 scale.

The system was established in 2011 and ranks every single player against each other, no matter what position they play.  The rankings are based on the interpretations of 104 experts who rate the current quality of each player. 

Since the Dubs are not yet making headlines nationally, there is some discrepancy in their individual rankings.

Let’s take a closer look at the Warriors’ most overvalued and undervalued players in this year’s version of the rankings.

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