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BIG3 Power Rankings, 6th 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 6:

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1. Stephen Jackson (Killer 3s)

Although the Killer 3s are a meager 2-4, Jackson has been playing very well. Averaging 21 points per game, he is second in the league in scoring. He is also second in the BIG3 when it comes to minutes per game as well. Now, this might seem like a silly stat to value, but, in a league that features old, retired players, the ability to get on the court is extremely valuable (just look at all of the injuries the BIG3 has had thus far).

2. Cuttino Mobley (Power)

Cuttino is third in the league in scoring, as well as high on the minutes played on a 4-2 team. But given Power’s loss this week to 3’s Company, Mobley drops down a spot from one to two.

3. Reggie Evans (Killer 3s)

Evans had an impressive 15 points and 18 rebounds, which lead his team to victory. He also had a few of his signature offensive rebounds. His double-double was his fourth — leading the league — and he continues to lead the league in rebounding.

4. Ricky Davis (Ghost Ballers)

Davis’ team, the Ghost Ballers, lost by 15, which hurts his ranking this week. He did have 13 points, however, as well as his a three pointer that brought GH back within three just before they fell apart, letting Trilogy take over.

5. Chauncey Billups (Killer 3s)

Billups had 10 points but shot 2/11 from the field. He remains at the number 2 spot for four-pointers made in the league, even though he hasn’t played every week.

6. Kenyon Martin (Trilogy)

Martin only had 4 points in the game, but his team did have an impressive 51-34 win.

7. Al Thornton (3’s Company)

Thornton did not score on 0/5 scoring, had 4 rebounds, and did not take a free throw. 3’s Company lost heavily to the 3 Headed Monsters.

8. Ruben Patterson (3’s Company)

Patterson had 2 rebounds, 0 points, but was +2 while he was on the floor in 3’s Company’s win over the Killer 3’s

9. Rasual Butler (Ball Hogs)

Did not play in Week 6

10. Brian Cook (Killer 3s)

Did not play in Week 6

11. Corey Maggette (Power)

Did not play in Week 6, out for the remainder of the season due to injury.