30. Andre Iguodala (35 points)
Iguodala rightfully makes his way into this list, but the opinion of just how good he is varied. He was ranked by six people, with some barely having him on the list and others putting him significantly higher up the food chain. And this was all to be expected, as Iguodala is a little bit of a polarizing player. He will not drop 25 points in every single game, but he is a terrific perimeter defender and playmaker, so he probably deserves to be on this list.
29. David Lee (39 points)
David Lee continued to be exactly who he is last season — a double-double machine that can provide some decent offense, but struggles mightily on the defensive end. Lee’s injury in the playoffs turned out to be a blessing in disguise for the Dubs, but he did make the All-Star game and he received top 30 votes from five of our writers.
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