Ranking every NBA player: 201-250

Updated: October 2, 2013, 10:58 PM ET
ESPN.com

ESPN.com and the TrueHoop Network are ranking every NBA player -- and counting them down on Twitter (@NBAonESPN), from No. 500 to No. 1. As the rankings are announced, you can also find them here on the pages of ESPN.com.

We have already announced 401-500, 351-400, 301-350, and 251-300, and will count down the rest one at a time, 10 per day, on Twitter, for several weeks.

What is #NBArank?

#NBArank is the Twitter hashtag to use if you want to get involved in the discussion or just follow along.

You can also follow along here: @NBAonESPN

How did we rank the players?

We asked 91 experts to rate each player on a 0-to-10 scale, in terms of "the current quality of each player."

Here is the full list of voters from ESPN.com, the TrueHoop Network, TrueHoop TV, Daily Dime Live, ESPN TV, ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes, espnW, ESPN The Magazine, ESPN Insider, ESPN Fantasy, ESPN Games, ESPN Dallas, ESPN Los Angeles, ESPN Chicago, ESPN New York, ESPN Stats & Information, ESPN Topics and ESPN Analytics.

To decide which players to rank, we started with every player who played in the league last season, and then eliminated players who had signed overseas contracts that made them ineligible for the 2011-12 NBA season. Then we added the 60 members of the 2011 draft class, eliminating those not likely to play in the NBA by 2012. That left 500 players, according to our best information as of August 15.

Schedule

• Wednesday, September 7: Players 241 to 250 announced
• Thursday, September 8: Players 231 to 240 announced
• Friday, September 9: Players 221 to 230 announced
• Monday, September 12: Players 211 to 220 announced
• Tuesday, September 13: Players 201 to 210 announced


Rankings

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11-15 | 16-20 | 21-25 | 26-30 | 31-35 | 36-40 | 41-45
46-50 | 51-60 | 61-70 | 71-80 | 81-90 | 91-100 | 101-120 | 121-140 | 141-160 | 161-180
181-200 | 201-250 | 251-300 | 301-350 | 351-400 | 401-500 | Team-by-team

* Score: Tiebreakers are first based on percentage points; scores have been rounded off. The second tiebreaker is based on John Hollinger's Estimated Wins Added for the 2010-11 NBA season (rookies were given an EWA of zero).