LA Clippers Power Rankings: Rating Every Player After First Six Weeks

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LA Clippers Power Rankings: Rating Every Player After First Six Weeks
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Who is the most valuable Clipper after six weeks?

Nearly a quarter of the way through the 2013-14 regular season, it is time to rank the contributions of each player on the Los Angeles Clippers.

Even with championship aspirations the Clips have looked a bit pedestrian.

Despite wins over the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Houston Rockets and the Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles has dropped games to some mediocre teams.

Lob City dropped its opening night matchup to the Los Angeles Lakers and a road game to the upstart Orlando Magic. In two potential Finals previews, the Clippers lost on the road to the Miami Heat and at home to the Indiana Pacers.

A wrist injury that will sideline J.J. Redick for 6-8 weeks only complicates things for LA’s other team. Until this squad is fully healthy, with Matt Barnes in the fold, it will be challenging to gauge the ceiling of this team.

Nevertheless, who has performed well early this season? How will the LA Clippers player power rankings play out?

We will rank the team in descending order from least valuable to most valuable based on on-court production and offseason expectations. Prior to the top ten, we will dedicate a slide to the guys that did not crack the top 10.

All statistics accurate as of December 1, 2013. All statistics used from NBA.com/Stats, Basketball-Reference.com and ESPN.com.

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