Sheridan Hoops Sixth Man Rankings: Week 13

1JAMAL CRAWFORD, G, LA CLIPPERS: JCrossover didn’t have his best week of the season, shooting 41% from the field and 30% from the arc. However, the Clippers got back to their winning ways, and Crawford was a big part of it, putting up 16.6 ppg.1
2ThunderKEVIN MARTIN, G, OKLAHOMA CITY: Martin had a solid week and a more-than-solid Thursday evening. His 16 points and three long balls against the Grizzlies made an immediate impact in their 17-point victory. This week, he averaged over 16 ppg in four games, and his 3-pointer is as efficient as ever.3
3HornetsRYAN ANDERSON, F, NEW ORLEANS: As well as he’s done, it’s tough to keep anyone this high on a list when his team doesn’t win. New Orleans has no real scoring options, so Anderson shoulders much of the load. His shooting has been a little off as of late, so, he moves down a spot, for now.2
4KnicksJ.R. SMITH, G, NEW YORK: For the most part, Smith seems to have extracted himself from his self-inflicted funk. After an 0-of-8 game against Atlanta, he has shot 47 percent from the field in his last two contests, putting up 14.5 points in a pair of wins.4
5 MagicJ.J. REDICK, G, ORLANDO: It’s tough to take Carl Landry off this list, as well as he’s played lately. But Redick is on an absolute tear. Trade rumors are swirling, and 29 points against the Knicks and 31 points vs. the Pistons will certainly get you noticed.

DROPOUTS: Carl Landry, F, Golden State

FIVE TO WATCH: Ray Allen, G, Miami; Manu Ginobili, G, San Antonio; Gordon Hayward, G-F, Utah; Jarrett Jack, G, Golden State; Marcus Thornton, G, Sacramento.

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  1. Tim says

    What? No Chicago Bulls? The Bulls have arguable the best bench in the NBA. Jimmy Butler, Taj Gibson, Nate Robinson and Marco Bellenelli have lead the team in scoring several times. I guess there is not one player who stands out all of the time, but I would that Butler will become a copnsistent threat.

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