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2017-12-05 14:19:20

James Harden, LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo are battling it out for the top spot, but standout players in Indiana, Detroit, Utah and Orlando also climbed the leaderboard in this week's player rankings.

Created by former ESPN.com stats guru and current Grizzlies VP of basketball operations John Hollinger, game score measures a player's productivity for a single outing based on the weighting of various box score statistics (for a more complete explanation, check out Week 1).

Now, on to the ranking for Top five

1. James Harden
This is the third straight week that Harden has topped our weekly player rankings. Were it not for four-time MVP LeBron James playing perhaps the best ball of his career, Harden would likely be a unanimous MVP at this point. His offensive real plus-minus (ORPM) is hovering around plus-9.0, which hasn’t been done since James did it in 2009-10 en route to winning the MVP award. If he keeps up this torrid pace, he’ll threaten finishing with 20 win shares, something that only Michael Jordan and James have accomplished since individual turnovers became official in 1977-78.

2. Giannis Antetokounmpo
Remember when the season was a week old and we all anointed the Greek Freak the MVP favorite? After coming back down from Mt. Olympus in the ensuing weeks and reminding us all that he is in fact a mere mortal, Antetokounmpo returned to that lofty peak this past week, posting a PER of 40.4 -- the second-best week of his career, trailing only his magical opening week in October. In his three games last week -- all Bucks wins -- Antetokounmpo wreaked havoc on the defensive end, where he averaged an NBA-high 3.7 steals, and played a measured game on the offensive end as he finished with a 3.8 assist-turnover ratio, easily his best of the season.

3. LeBron James
When James scored the Cavaliers' final 13 points in Saturday’s win over Memphis, it was the perfect microcosm of his otherworldly ability to close out games this season. In the first three quarters, he has posted a tremendous PER of 28.3. In the fourth, that PER jumps all the way to 44.1. That 15.8 increase is the largest in the NBA among the more than 200 players who have logged at least 100 fourth-quarter minutes. Simply put, nobody has been better and nobody has elevated his game more late in games than the man seeking his record 12th first-team All-NBA selection.

4. Victor Oladipo
“Oladipo’s intrigue as an NBA prospect starts with his abilities as a perimeter defender.” That’s from Mike Schmitz’s DraftExpress profile of Oladipo back in 2013. Though he’s consistently brought the goods for extended stretches this season with the Pacers, Oladipo just had his best week defensively as a pro as he averaged 3.3 steals and 3.0 blocks per game. The 6.3 combined blocks and steals per game were easily the most he’s ever produced in a single week in the NBA. He's been a top-100 defensive player according to RPM, and Indiana's defensive rating has jumped from 104.5 to 110.5 points allowed per 100 possessions when he sits.  Oladipo’s defense also turned into buckets on the other end, as he scored 8.3 PPG off turnovers last week -- leading the NBA.

5. Andre Drummond
Drummond’s free throw renaissance continued last week as he knocked down 19 of 24 from the charity stripe. As his free throw shooting continues to garner attention, it’s also worth bringing to light Drummond’s work in the passing lanes, as he averaged almost three swipes per game last week and is now over 1.5 steals per game on the season. Combined with his production on the glass, Drummond is threatening to become the first player to average at least 15 RPG and 1.5 SPG.

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