Chet Holmgren will continue his run at the top of the NBA ladder. This is the second time he stands in the first position, surpassing Victor Wembanyama with a higher milestone. The last week has, especially, put him in a stronger position. His average came to 22.3 points per game, along with 3.3 assists and 9.0 rebounds.
This does not overshadow Chet’s comprehensive stats. The season has seen the Thunder player go for 17.9 points per game, 2.2 blocks every game, and 8.0 rebounds on a similar line. He was picked in the second draft, while the one to follow him on the ladder was the first pick.
Victor’s last ladder standing was at number 2. The consistency is most likely due to the fact that he has set a goal for himself and refuses to give up despite a less-than-ideal week.
Victor is currently credited with not maintaining his class in shooting, with many further stating that this forms his downside. The last week of the season saw him bring up 22 points, 3.0 assists, and 11.7 boards on average. The overall figure comes to 19.2 points per game plus 9.5 and 2.6 rebounds per game and blocks per game, respectively.
Jordan Hawkins from the Pelicans is in the third spot with an overall figure of 13.4 points per game, 2.0 apg, and 4.1 rpg. Ausar Thompson and Brandon Miller are on the fourth and fifth spots of the ladder, respectively. Ausar has come down from the third ladder, while Brandon has gone a step ahead.
An NBA event is underway, with the Sacramento Kings and the LA Clippers battling out in the final quarter of the game at the time of drafting this article. The Clippers are clearly leading with 125–111. Fans at online NBA betting sites are ecstatic and have set their hopes high on Clippers.
A major game before this was between the Memphis Grizzlies and the Utah Jazz, with the former winning the game 105-91. It was a close call in half of the game, but the Grizzlies managed to inch above their opponents in the second quarter, pushing to the defending zone in the following phases.
Circling back to the NBA ladder, Jaime Jaquez from the Miami Heat is at the 6th step of the ladder. His milestones cover 11.3 points per game, 2.6 apg, and 3.8 rpg. His draft pick was 18. Yet, his performance has been in the top 6 of the NBA ladder. Utah Jazz currently houses Keynote George from Draft Number 16 as a pick. His last ladder step was 9, and he has surely seen an upward movement.
Dereck Lively II and Bilal Coulibaly are in the 8th and 9th spots, down from 5 and 7, respectively. The list concludes with Scoot Henderson from the Blazers in the 10th spot. He was not ranked previously due to an ankle injury and missing out on nine games.