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I know everyone hates Bleacher Report, but this guy made a list to work with anyway. I don't happen to agree with the rankings much at all.

It's from early January, so it might be a little dated. I already see that Detroit is listed as Charlie Villanueva, but Greg Monroe is now starting there.

I actually believe that power forward is the deepest position in the NBA. Several people here have stated that Josh is the "worst starting power forward in the league."

30. Channing Frye (PHX) 27 years old

29. Jeff Green (OKC) 24 years old

28. Greg Monroe (DET) 20 years old

27. Kenyon Martin (DEN) 33 years old

26. Jason Thompson (SAC) 24 years old

25. Antawn Jamison (CLE) 34 years old

24. Andray Blatche (WAS) 24 years old

23. Ersan Ilyasova (MIL) 23 years old

22. Josh McRoberts (IND) 23 years old

21. Boris Diaw (CHA) 28 years old

20. Amir Johnson (TOR) 23 years old

19. Brandon Bass (ORL) 25 years old

18. Kris Humphries (NJN) 26 years old

17. David Lee (GSW) 27 years old

16. Luis Scola (HOU) 30 years old

15. Paul Millsap (UTH) 26 years old

14. Elton Brand (PHL) 31 years old

13. LaMarcus Aldridge (POR) 25 years old

12. David West (NOH) 30 years old

11. Chris Bosh (MIA) 26 years old

10. Amar'e Stoudamire (NYK) 28 years old

9. Zach Randolph (MEM) 29 years old

8. Dirk Nowitzki (DAL) 32 years old

7. Josh Smith (ATL) 25 years old

6. Tim Duncan (SAS) 34 years old

5. Kevin Garnett (BOS) 34 years old

4. Carlos Boozer (CHI) 29 years old

3. Kevin Love (MIN) 22 years old

2. Blake Griffin (LAC) 21 years old

1. Pau Gasol (LAL) 30 years old