NBA Power Rankings continue to spill out as the 2022 offseason rolls onward. Today John Schuhmann of NBA.com released his version of the Western Conference rankings, sorting each Western team from the first-ranked Golden State Warriors to the bottom-dwelling San Antonio Spurs. The Phoenix Suns followed the Warriors in Schuhmann’s list, with the Los Angeles Clippers taking 3rd.
Mann finished his rookie campaign averaging 10.4 points, nearly three rebounds and 1.5 assists per game last season. Mann posted a respectable 36% line from 3-point range, but from an overall standpoint he posted an improvable 39.3% mark from the field. and , 2018, were both drafted into similar positions as Mann, not immediately a starter or key piece to their team, but have both climbed into major roles with their respective teams after breakout 2022 campaigns.
Blazers General Manager Joe Cronin is building something he believes in and may not want to part with a generation’s worth of draft picks and promising young talent. But, what if? I mean the man is an MVP, two-time champion and Finals MVP, 12-time All Star, Rookie of the Year, six-time All NBA First team, four-time All NBA Second team, four-time scoring champion and one of the top 75 players of all time.