RANKED: All 30 NBA Small Forwards From Worst To Best

30. Luc Mbah a Moute – Los Angeles Clippers

Whoever the Clippers start at small forward seems to have this last place ranking locked down. Mbah a Moute is likely to get the call this season, with his contributions primarily coming in the form of defense and hustle points. The only thing we can guarantee from the Clippers is that they will try a number of different options alongside their core of Chris Paul, J.J. Redick, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan.

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29. Solomon Hill – New Orleans Pelicans

After three forgettable years in Indiana, Solomon Hill seems to have won the opportunity to start at the three for the Pelicans this upcoming season. Hill started in all five of the Pelicans’ preseason games, and hopes that a solid 2016 postseason will carry over to this upcoming year. Hill looks more like a modern day stretch four, but the Pels will give him a shot alongside Davis to start the year. He’s a good athlete that can shoot the ball when given a chance, and New Orleans will take all the help they can get from the outside.

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