100. Dirk Nowitzki
The 40-year-old is at the very end of his illustrious career. While he struggles to move up and down the court, Nowitzki can still rain threes with the best of them. There may be others better than Nowitzki at this point. However, the longevity and success of his time in the NBA garners him a spot within the top-100.
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99. Luka Dončić
We’re projecting Dončić to be pretty good as a first-year NBA player. He certainly isn’t going to be overwhelmed by the level of play. Dončić has been a professional in Europe for multiple seasons. His skill level — coupled with his mental acuity on the court — should allow for him to make an impact from the jump for Dallas.
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98. Andre Iguodala
Iguodala remains as one of the league’s best glue guys. He’s also immensely integral to the success of Golden State. Iguodala will often defend the opposition’s best player during crunch time. ‘Iggy’ can be a playmaker with the ball in his hands, and can also spot up from behind the arc. In essence, he’s the ultimate winning basketball player.
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97. Darren Collison
After beginning his career as a backup point guard, Collison has developed into a serviceable NBA starter. The former UCLA star utilizes quickness and agility to get past defenders en route to the basket. He also is a very capable perimeter shooter. As he proved with the Pacers, Collison can surely offer productivity when called upon.
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96. Tyreke Evans
In need of a bucket? Call on Evans. The Pennsylvania native can score in a myriad of ways — whether that means driving the lane or pulling up with a silky jumper. Evans’ powerful frame makes him a bear to defend against. He’s the quintessential asset for any team in need of a score-first sixth man.
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