7. Kevin Love
If you go by PER (Player Efficiency Rating), Love is the best power forward in the NBA. Hands down. And while he did have a ridiculous season last year averaging 20.2 points and 15.2 rebounds per game, you have to look at his value more than just by the numbers. The NBA’s Most Improved Player finally got his shot to perform and did just that. (Trust me, a double-double in 53 consecutive games is not that easy.) And to make this list after just three short years in the NBA is impressive. But the one thing Love hasn’t been able to do just yet is turn his numbers into wins for the team. Once he does that, it’s safe to say he’ll be moving up this list.