SOUND OFF: 2013-14 Los Angeles Lakers’ ESPN Player Rankings

Kobe, Gasol, NashFor the last couple of years, the ESPN Forecast panel has predicted the overall level of play for each player for the upcoming season on a scale of 1-10.

With ESPN recently ranking Kobe Bryant 25th among 500 NBA players, here are the complete rankings for the entire 2013-14 Los Angeles Lakers:

25. Kobe Bryant – 7.78 – 2012 Rank: 6

29. Pau Gasol – 7.53 – 2012 Rank: 15

88. Steve Nash – 5.93 – 2012 Rank: 19

176. Chris Kaman – 4.59 – 2012 Rank: 113

228. Nick Young – 4.09 – 2012 Rank: 165

237. Jordan Hill – 4.00 – 2012 Rank: 219

253. Steve Blake – 3.86 – 2012 Rank: 239

276. Jodie Meeks – 3.57 – 2012 Rank: 248

305. Jordan Farmar – 3.22 – 2012 Rank: NR

336. Wesley Johnson – 2.97 – 2012 Rank: 322

432. Robert Sacre – 2.29 – 2012 Rank: 491

451. Xavier Henry – 2.19 – 2012 Rank: 328

460. Elias Harris – 2.08 – 2012 Rank: NR

477. Ryan Kelly – 1.95 – 2012 Rank: NR

* Players not ranked in Top 500: Marcus Landry, Shawne Williams

Most of you have already voiced your opinion on Kobe’s ranking among NBA players, but what about the rest of the players? Which players are ranked too high or too low according to ESPN?

Leave a comment below with your opinions on ESPN’s rankings and where the Lakers players should truly rank.

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