NBA rookie list: Parker beats Wiggins Rockets two newcomers into the top ten

NBA rookie list: Parker beats Wiggins Rockets two newcomers into the top ten
On November 27th, Beijing time, the NBA official announced the new rookie ranking list today. In the new rookie list, Jabari Parker continued to pressure the No. 1 player Andrew Wiggins ranked first, Bo Yang-BoGedanovic continued to sit in the third place, Nerons Noel moved up one place to fourth, and Dante Exxam ranked fifth.Two Rockets rookies, Tallerke Black and Costas Papanicolau, both reached the top 10.Parker continues to lead the rookie list 1, Jabari Parker Bucks (ranked last week: 1) through Noel’s displacement, and Parker’s performance in the past two weeks, no one has been able to shake him in this list.The top position in the list.Parker’s offensive and rebounding contributions allow him to consolidate his first position, but he still needs to be more stable.However, for a rookie, having such a performance at this stage of the season is already a good foundation.2. Andrew Wiggins Timberwolves (ranked last week: 2) Yes, after the Timberwolves’ top player Kevin Martin suffered a wrist injury, Wiggins immediately took the predecessor’s gun and played two games within 24 hours.The game performed well: scored 14 points against the Spurs in 33 minutes and 29 points against the Kings in 41 minutes.However, in the past four games, Wiggins has only had a single field goal percentage of over 40%, which is the game against the Kings, but only 9 of 22 shots (40.9%).Now he’s averaging to 12.5 points, has surpassed Parker, ranked first among all rookies.3. Bojan Bogdanovic Nets (ranked last week: 3) Bogdanovic feels like a cold winter. In the past two games, there have been no sports goals, but onlyThe Thunder scored 3 points for free throws and scored 2 for the Spurs.Despite his hot hand against the Heat, he has 8 of 11 shots, but in the past 5 games, he has only made 15 of 44 shots and 34.1% hit rate.If there are other people with wonderful performances, then he will immediately fall out of the top three.4. The 76ers of Nellen Noel (ranked last week: 5) scored 17 points and 12 rebounds against the Knicks, scored 12 points on 6-of-7 shooting against the Trail Blazers, added 3 steals and 2 blocks, and scored against the Celtics.To 8 rebounds, Noel began to rebound.The most surprising thing about him is his shooting percentage after injuries and ups and downs, reaching 62 in four games.1%, and not all plays come from within three seconds.However, he still needs to be more active in the fight for rebounds.5. Sir Dante Exxam (ranked last week: 6) Jazz is very satisfied with Exxon’s performance on the defensive end. He has made considerable progress since entering the NBA, especially in protecting the ball.In addition, his most recent statistic is that in the 67 minutes played in the last 4 games, he only made 2 turnovers and the assist-to-turnover ratio reached 2.79-1, this has been able to rank in the top 20 of the league, although this can not hide him only 39.4% shooting percentage, but also amazing enough.6, K.J.-Mike Daniels 76ers (ranked last week: 4) The 32nd pick can bring a lot of defensive end contributions. In all rookies with more than 7 appearances, Mike Daniels can be 6 feet 6 inches tall.Ranked second in the top, ranked fourth, ranked sixth in shooting and three-point shooting, ranked eighth in playing time, and ranked ninth in assists.Although his statistics are not particularly impressive, he is indeed very comprehensive.7. Tallerke Black Rockets (ranked last week: 10) In the game against the Lakers, Dwight Howard missed due to injury. Black got 9 rebounds in 35 minutes of playing time. After two games, there was no WarcraftOn the court, he scored 7 rebounds in 14 minutes against the Mavericks and 5 rebounds in 17 minutes against the Knicks.Despite averaging only 16 minutes of playing time per game, Black still has the third most rebounds among rookies, and he can score 10 every 36 minutes.9 rebounds.8. Shabazz Anthony Heat (ranked last week: not on the list) In a conversation with Magic Payton, Pear and his team all won and pushed their opponents out of the top ten of the list.With a good fighting ability, the Colonizer gained too much playing time, and his shooting percentage reached 53 in the past 6 games.5%, so far the season has hit 46.At 6%, the three-point percentage is 41%.To maintain this position on the list, he needs to maintain this shooting percentage, or improve his assist-to-turnover ratio.9. Costas Papanicolaou Rockets (ranked last week: not on the list) Maybe Papanicolaou 31.The 9% shooting rate is not ideal, but he has performed very well in other areas.The Rockets used Thomas Robinson to get his signing power from the Trail Blazers and it was really worth it.He has a good game feel, can pass the ball on the court, and ranks fourth in rookie rebounds.10. Nikola Mirotic Bulls (ranked last week: not on the list) Due to the crowded frontcourt of the Bulls, Mirotic and teammate McDermott’s playing time may fluctuate greatly, almost every weekThere will be no small changes, only played 27 minutes in the first 5 games, but played 99 minutes in the next 4 games.He has a good enough contribution to beat Payton and McDermott, thus replacing the last one on the list.  Rookies who fell out of the list: Doug McDermott (Bulls), Elfried Payton (Magic), Aron Gordon (Magic).(Big speakers)