Evaluating Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s ESPN top 100 ranking

Evaluating Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s ESPN top 100 ranking

Big Friendly Sports with Jon Hamm: Is Shai Gilgeous-Alexander really in the same tier as Kevin Durant and LeBron James? Could he go up another level this time next year?

Jon Hamm

By Jon Hamm

| Oct 18, 2023, 10:16am CDT

Jon Hamm

By Jon Hamm

Oct 18, 2023, 10:16am CDT

ESPN released their annual top 100 NBA player rankings. The list placed Shai Gilgeous-Alexander among elite company. Sellout Crowd’s Michael Martin joins the show to discuss his ranking and what needs to happen for him to jump even higher in the list. They also talk about other Thunder players that showed up in the list and what their future prospects look like.

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