In light of the annual laughing stock that is Sports Illustrated's top 100 NBA players list, which featured Kawhi out of the top 10, a past-his-prime CP3 at 8, and the slightly above-average center Al Horford, and, as usual, a platoon of underrated Toronto Raptors. Honestly-and this may just be because I'm entirely biased- I think this award goes out to the whole team.
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