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BIG3 Power Rankings, 7th Edition

The Clippers have 11 former players in Ice Cube’s BIG3, and Clips Nation is going to rank them week to week. Check out our Power Rankings for Week 7:

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1. Stephen Jackson (Killer 3s)

Jackson remains at the #1 spot, even though his team lost this week. He was named, by BIG3, the player of the week because of his “Week 7-high 25 points that capped a gritty, intense performance in a close loss to 3’s Company.” Hard to argue with that.

2. Cuttino Mobley (Power)

“Cat” had 21 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists. Overall, he is averaging 19.6 points, 5.7 rebounds, and 2.9 rebounds per game. He sits at third in the league in scoring per game. He has also been an extremely reliable, playing in all seven games thus far and averaging 28.3 minutes per game (5th in the league).

3. Ricky Davis (Ghost Ballers)

Although Davis and the Ghost Ballers lost fairly convincingly, Ricky had a solid game with 15 points and 4 rebounds. He also played a 30 minutes in the game, which was 6 more than his nearest teammate. It was clear that Ricky needed more help out there.

4. Reggie Evans (Killer 3s)

Reggie was on the losing end of his match up with 3’s Company, but he still did his thing on the boards. With 9 defensive and 4 offensive rebounds, Evans maintains his league-leading 12.4 rebounds per game.

5. Chauncey Billups (Killer 3s)

Billups was along for Stephen Jackson ride, adding 10 to Jackson’s 25 points. The two could have used some more help, however, as they weren’t able to get the win. Billups’ shooting might have had something to do with them coming up short, given that he only shot 2 for 11 from the field (both made shots being three pointers).

6. Al Thornton (3’s Company)

Thornton had a solid game in 3’s Company’s win, contributing 15 points on an efficient 5 of 8 from the floor.

7. Kenyon Martin (Trilogy)

Martin put up another lackluster performance with only 4 points on 4 attempts. His team did, however, come back from a 25-14 half time deficit to win 45-50.

8. Ruben Patterson (3’s Company)

Did not play in Week 7

9. Rasual Butler (Ball Hogs)

Did not play in Week 7

10. Brian Cook (Killer 3s)

Did not play in Week 7

11. Corey Maggette (Power)

Did not play in Week 7, out for the remainder of the season due to injury.