Javale McGee (11th) swatting Paul Pierce's layup attempt
These guys haven't produced enough this season to be considered among the 10 best centers in the league, but they came pretty close.
15. DeMarcus Cousins 13.9 ppg (8) 8 rpg (9) 43.8 FG% (15) 0.8 spg (7) 0.8 bpg (14)
Center Efficiency: 65.15
The promising rookie center for the Sacramento Kings has been doing all he can to help his team, but it hasn't been enough to produce wins or a higher ranking.
14. Roy Hibbert 12.8 ppg (10) 7.8 rpg (10) 44.7 FG% (14) 0.3 spg (15) 1.8 bpg (6)
Center Efficiency: 67.05
Hibbert has continued to show his improvement in his third NBA season and has had sparks of brilliance, but overall, he has been a bit of a disappointment. The beginning of the season had many fans, including myself, thinking this would be his breakout year, but Hibbert has seemed to follow up every great game with a poor one.
13. Anderson Varejao 9.1 ppg (T-14) 9.7 rpg (6) 52.8 FG% (7) 0.9 spg (T-4) 1.2 bpg (10)
Center Efficiency: 68.15
Before going down with his ankle injury, Varejao was having himself a very good quiet season for the struggling Cavaliers.
12. Marc Gasol 11.8 ppg (11) 7.1 rpg (13) 51.6 FG% (8) 0.9 spg (T-4) 1.7 bpg (7)
Center Efficiency: 68.9
This season has been a weak one for the younger Gasol brother, as Marc is posting numbers below his career average this season and well below the production of Pau.
11. Javale McGee 9.1 ppg (T-14) 7.7 rpg (11) 54.7 FG% (6) 0.5 spg (13) 2.5 bpg (2)
Center Efficiency: 70.4
McGee has been a massive shot-blocking presence inside for the Wizards, providing them with enough interior defense to make up for the loss of Brendan Haywood last season.