The NBA playoffs are in full swing, and the major awards of the regular season are also announced. According to earlier reports, The Nuggets' inside player Jokic pushed everyone to be elected the 21-22 regular season MVP, which is the second consecutive time he has been elected the league's Most Valuable Player. He also became the fifth center player in league history to win MVP multiple times, and the third international player to win MVP in a row.
Despite the first round of the playoffs, it is undeniable that Jokic has performed well, averaging 27.2 points, 13.8 rebounds, 7.8 assists, 1.45 steals and 0.89 blocks in 33.4 minutes in the regular season, shooting 58.6% from the field, 33.9% from three-point range and 81.2% from the free throw line. Statistics show that Jokic ranks first among Nuggets in terms of average points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks and shooting percentage per game. When Jokic was on the floor, the Nuggets had a combined plus-minus of +444; when Jokic went off, the Nuggets had a team-wide plus-minus of -255, which was enough to reflect Jokic's role in the Nuggets. Salary expert Bobby Marks posted on social media analyzing Jokic's next contract extension, bobby Marks said that Jokic is eligible to sign the largest contract in NBA history for the largest contract in NBA history for $260 million super top salary renewal contract this offseason. Selected with the 11th overall pick in the second round in 2014 years, Jokic has become the league's deserved top player. So what is the current status of the top 3 players in the same period?
Third overall was Joel Embiid
The Philadelphia 76ers are currently in a Second Round battle with the Heat under the leadership of NB. As the 76ers star, Embiid averaged 24.9 points, 11.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game in the playoffs, shooting 51.2 percent from the field. Under his leadership, the 76ers won two consecutive games behind 0-2 to tie the score to 2-2. As far as the two teams are concerned at this stage. The 76ers have a good chance of becoming the ultimate winner in the two-team series.
Since stepping into the league, Embiid has quickly cashed in on his talent and shown his outstanding strength. This season's regular season is an all-round statistic that averaged 30.6 points, 11.7 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 1.1 steals and 1.5 blocks per game, and as early as 2017, Philadelphia sent Eun Mead a five-year, $148 million early contract extension. In the summer of 21, the team once again offered Embiid an early contract extension, this time for 4 years and 196 million US dollars. The new contract will take effect in seasons 23-24 and expire in 27 years, with player options available in seasons 26-27. As the league's top interior player, I look forward to Embiid's wonderful performance in the back.
Second overall, Jabari Parker
Some people say that Jabari Parker might have been able to play if it weren't for injuries, but is that really the case? The answer is no. Even in the Bucks, he played his career-best season in seasons 15-16, averaging a record of 20.1 points, 6.2 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per game, shooting 49 percent from the field and 36.5 percent from three-point range. Such data seems completely fine, but Parker is not very efficient in attack, with a true shooting rate of only 56.3%, and it occupies the ball very much, and the use of the ball is as high as 26.5%.
Parker, who suffered an injury, experienced a significant decline in form and moved between multiple teams. He was 26 years old in the 21st-22nd season. He only made 12 appearances, averaged only 9.3 minutes per game, and had 4.4 points and 2.3 rebounds. The eyes of the past. Has been reduced to a water dispenser player.
1st overall andrew Wiggins
Wiggins has shown us a different look at him this season, and although his data on the offensive end is not high, he can help the team at both the offensive and defensive ends at many times in the key moments of the game. In the playoffs, Wiggins averaged 15 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1 steal per game, shooting 50.5% from the field and 40.7% from three-point range. The offensive efficiency is 122, the sixth in the league.
When the team's other scoring points are in poor shape or poor hand, Wiggins can help the team through his own scores, and when the rest of the team finds the feel, Wiggins is willing to give up the ball in his hand and focus on the team's defense. Become the gate of the team's defense. Who doesn't like such a mouth brother?