#NBArank 10: Blake Griffin

ESPN.com and the TrueHoop Network are ranking every NBA player -- and counting them down on Twitter (@NBAonESPN), from No. 500 to No. 1. As the rankings are announced, you can also find them here on the pages of ESPN.com.

Arnovitz: In defense of Griffin's ranking »

Blake Griffin is no doubt a beast, but I think it is premature to rank him at number 10. He still needs to expand his game. #NBArankMon Oct 17 15:07:19 via web

After one season? Wow. Mon Oct 17 15:16:31 via Echofon

@NBAonESPN Blake Griffin in the top 10 is pushing it too far. Win a playoff series, and we'll talk. #NBArankMon Oct 17 15:22:03 via web

@NBAonESPN Blake Griffin in the top 10? Too high! He's never even made the playoffs. Is #NBArank based solely on dunks?Mon Oct 17 15:35:30 via Twitter for iPhone

So Blake Griffin was ranked higher than Melo and STAT because of defense. Funny, I never saw him playin much defense either. #NBArank #KnicksMon Oct 17 15:28:45 via web

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