The top 10 players in ESPN's annual #NBArank were unveiled Friday morning, with perhaps little drama at the top. For the seventh straight season, LeBron James remains at the top of the list, edging out reigning NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant for the honor.
Some new blood joins the NBA's elite. Both Draymond Green and Giannis Antetokounmpo jump into the top 10, putting themselves in the conversation with the likes of Chris Paul, James Harden, Anthony Davis, Russell Westbrook, Stephen Curry and Kawhi Leonard. And with Green's entry, three Golden State Warriors stars are in the top 10 -- and four are in the top 20 -- more than any other team in both regards.
Now, we turn the table to you, the reader. Do you agree with ESPN's rankings? Which players do you think should be moved up the list?
Note: Current ranking reflects overall vote totals.
The 2017-18 NBA season kicks off Oct. 17, when the new-look Boston Celtics visit the Cleveland Cavaliers in what will be Kyrie Irving's first game against his former team since he arrived in Boston in last month's trade.
-- Brendan C. Hall