Apparently NBA Power Rankings are all the craze.
After reading an article that "power-ranked" all 30 NBA backcourts, I felt inclined to put together an article that followed that train of thought and ranked each team's frontcourt.
It seems that the NBA is a guards game today, as players like Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, Derrick Rose, Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo, Steve Nash and Deron Williams are household names.
In that regard it seems fans forget how crucial the roles of the forwards and center are to a team's success.
Whether through interior scoring, mid-range shooting, blocking shots, rebounding, setting picks or just doing the dirty work, the contributions from the frontcourt of an NBA team are invaluable.
This article ranks all 30 frontcourts in the league for the 2010-11 season, and provides analysis and projected rotations for each.
It takes into account the quality of the starters in the frontcourt, the reserves, and the rotation as a whole.
Think your team was ranked too low? Believe that some teams should be shifted around?
Please leave your comments and opinions. Remember that this article is based on only one opinion, and when 30 teams are involved, there are bound to be rankings that you don't agree with!