Which are the worst-selling NBA players of 2018?
What’s the worst thing about NBA players these days?
The best answer?
The lack of competition.
There are two types of players: those who have the ability to shoot the ball and others who don’t.
So which is worse?
I can’t find a definitive answer, but I do have some data on how these players have performed in the NBA this year.
In order to do this, I’ve analyzed each player’s numbers and compared them to those of the other players on their team.
The data I used for this exercise was from ESPN’s NBA Basketball Operations Research, and the rankings were calculated using NBA.com.
This data is an apples-to-apples comparison, so if the player has a positive number on a stat, they are ranked higher on the list.
If they have a negative number, they’re ranked lower.
If there are multiple players who are at the same position on the same team, they can be ranked according to the best player in the league.
This is a fairly comprehensive data set, so I’ll be sure to update this article as the data continues to evolve.
The players in the graph below are listed in descending order of their scoring efficiency.
The top of the list is the best shooter, with the Golden State Warriors, LeBron James, and Kevin Durant at the top of that list.
James, who has been one of the most efficient players in basketball this season, is ranked number two on the team by the number of shots he’s taken.
This means he’s made about half as many shots per game as the next best player, Kevin Durant.
Durant is also ranked number one on the Warriors, but is actually second in the rest of the league in efficiency when it comes to shooting the ball.
James and Durant aren’t the only players who rank higher than the top-ranked players in efficiency.
The top five shooters on the roster are all ranked in the top ten in efficiency, and all of them are either at the bottom of the ranking or above the bottom.
It’s also worth noting that there are a lot of players at the middle of the rankings.
Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Blake Griffin, and Kyrie Irving all have lower numbers than the rest.
These players are also in the bottom half of the NBA in points per possession, or PPP, a measure of a player’s efficiency.
This puts them in the middle when it is compared to other teams.
The last player on the bottom rung of the chart is the one that’s the most likely to score.
The Warriors are a good example of this, as they are tied for second in PPP.
That means they are scoring the least amount of points per game.
All of the players above them in PPG are also the top scoring players in this league, so the best players on the floor are not the best shooters.
That’s because there are only three players on each team who are more efficient than the other team’s best player.
The two players who have been the best for the Warriors are Draymond Green and Draydum.
The second best player on their roster is also the most effective scorer on the court, averaging almost 10 points per 100 possessions this season.
He’s the only player on this list who has made a ton of free throws, and his free throw percentage is almost exactly one-third the league average.
The other two players are in the very bottom half.
The Cavaliers are tied with the Warriors for the best PPP of any team in the League.
Their defense is good enough to keep opponents off the boards, but their offense is very poor, averaging only 1.2 points per 90 possessions this year and allowing the fewest points per 60 possessions.
All of this data can be viewed here.
The next chart is a look at the overall efficiency of a team’s roster.
This chart shows a player on a team with four players on a roster, which means they’re on a 1-for-4 basis.
The green dots are the players that are the best on the squad, the yellow dots are those that are worst, and black dots are that team’s worst player.
This should give you an idea of what each player does, and why he or she has a negative efficiency rating.
In order to determine which players on your team are the most inefficient, you need to go to a player that’s also on your roster.
I’ve included some of the top players in their own section below, but you can use the following criteria if you’re looking for the full list of top players on an NBA roster: The player’s team total should equal the number that would have made the top five on the previous list, and he or her should have an efficiency rating of at least 80% (in other words, his or her PPG should be at least 20 points per 120 possessions).
If a player has an efficiency of