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Shawn Marion, Dallas Mavericks
Shawn Marion's defense is vital to the Mavericks, and the former All-Star is still putting up a decent 8.3 rebounds per game and 10.0 points per game. He is a shadow of what he once was, but is still a good player.
Danny Granger, Indiana Pacers
Granger was the Pacers' leading scorer last season, but has been injured for all of this season. When he returns he will climb the rankings.
Chandler Parsons, Houston Rockets
Parsons is a young small forward with a lot of potential, but his inconsistency prevented him from making the cut.
Andrei Kirilenko, Minnesota Timberwolves
Kirilenko has been phenomenal this season, being the Timberwolves' defensive anchor and offensive anchor when Kevin Love, Chase Budinger, Brandon Roy, and Ricky Rubio were injured. He led them to a good record, but has struggled to mesh with Kevin Love.