With the league becoming more guard-oriented the power forward position has taken a bit of a backseat in recent years, but there is still a few premiere power forwards in the league.
Anthony Davis, who moved back over to power forward when the New Orleans Pelicans traded for DeMarcus Cousins last season, tops the list with a 94 rating.
He was followed by Draymond Green (88), Blake Griffin, Kevin Love and Paul Millsap who all were given 87 ratings.
The top 10 was completed by a couple young stars and a few aging stars, as Kristaps Porzingis ranked sixth at 86, and then LaMarcus Aldrige (85), Jabari Parker (81), Dirk Nowitzki (80) and Zach Randolph (80) finished out the list.
Lakers starting power forward Julius Randle, like many of his teammates, likely just missed the list. Randle is coming off his most efficient season, averaging career-highs in points (13.2), assists (3.6) and field goal percentage (48.8 percent). He also should benefit from the presence of Ball and could have another career year this upcoming season.
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