Updated Grades for the Top 25 NBA Superstars in the 2012-13 Season

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Updated Grades for the Top 25 NBA Superstars in the 2012-13 Season
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Grades are out for the NBA's top 25 superstars.

New grades are out, and NBA superstars are running to the mailbox to intercept their report cards before mom and dad get home.

Some of the bigger stars could be grounded from TV and video games for a week, while others will likely be rewarded for receiving high marks. 

There's no grading on potential or past performance. Top grades are earned by production on the court and results in the win column.

For example, Kobe Bryant's valuable stat lines don't contribute much in the grade book, but Carmelo Anthony's desire to take on additional assignments counts for extra credit. 

Keep in mind, the list of superstars is built off a general consensus entering the season. It should not be seen as a ranking system, but an organizational method to deliver grades.

 

*Note: All statistics and records accurate as of December 16, 2012. 

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