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Grading the NBA's Top 10 Superstars on Their 2012 Performance

The world isn't ending, but the 2012 portion of the NBA season is.

Thus, what better time to reflect on the performance of the league's top superstars than now?

Impressions surrounding the Association's best players have changed a great deal as this year's campaign continues to progress. Expectations were set prior to the crusade's onset, and an athlete's ability—or inability—to meet the standard significantly impacts his standing within the league's superstar hierarchy. 

Some, like Avery Johnson's good friend Deron Williams (kidding), have seen their stock plummet, while others, like the ageless Kobe Bryant, have seen theirs skyrocket. 

But which players are now ultimately riding the top-10 wave? And how have they fared en route to doing so?

Let's make it our end-of-year resolution to find out. 


*All stats in this article are accurate as of Dec. 27, 2012.

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