Ranking the 10 best players in EuroBasket 2022’s knockout stage, from Giannis Antetokounmpo to Franz Wagner

Ranking the 10 best players in EuroBasket 2022's knockout stage, from Giannis Antetokounmpo to Franz Wagner
Ranking the 10 best players in EuroBasket 2022's knockout stage, from Giannis Antetokounmpo to Franz Wagner


Ranking the 10 best players in EuroBasket 2022’s knockout stage, from Giannis Antetokounmpo to Franz Wagner

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Ranking the 10 best players in EuroBasket 2022's knockout stage, from Giannis Antetokounmpo to Franz Wagner

Every team played five games in the first week. Now that the top four clubs from each group have advanced to the knockout round, they are just four victories away from being proclaimed European champions.

Will Slovenia win another gold with Luka Doncic at the helm? Having led their nations to undefeated records in group play, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Nikola Jokic, can anyone slow them down? Will France, which in this tournament has the most NBA players, go on a run?
There is no doubt that EuroBasket 2022 will include many of superstars. There are many NBA players who are deserving of attention, including Doncic, Antetokounmpo, and Jokic, who are among the finest players in the world.
In light of this, here is a ranking of the top 10 players still competing in EuroBasket 2022.

Top 10 best players in EuroBasket 2022’s knockout stage

10. Evan Fournier-France

French professional basketball player
10. Evan Fournier (France)

When Fournier plays for his nation, his playing style changes. He was a capable supporting actor in the NBA, and at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, he led France in scoring with 18.7 points per game, helping Les Bleus win the silver medal.

With a field goal percentage of 38.2 percent so far throughout EuroBasket 2022, he has had some difficulty. France will need Fournier to regain his rhythm if it wants to have a chance because it faces a difficult path to the final—it may have to pass both Serbia and Slovenia.

9. Bojan Bogdanovic -Croatia

Bojan Bogdanovic(Croatia)

Bogdanovic, a silky-smooth shooter who is capable of creating shots for himself off the dribble, finds scoring to be simple. Over the last four NBA seasons, he has scored 18.3 points on average per game. Despite a difficult game against Estonia, which saw him end with four points, he is averaging about the same (18.4) in EuroBasket 2022.

Bogdanovic’s status in Utah is uncertain, but whichever team he joins will receive a skilled scorer.

8. Lauri Markkanen-Finland

Lauri Markkanen(Finland)

In EuroBasket 2022 group play, only two players totaled more points than Markkanen, and one of those players was a guy by the name of Luka Doncic. The 7-footer produced two 30-point performances and scored 22 points in only 18 minutes against the Netherlands. For the Jazz, who acquired Markkanen in the historic trade that saw Donovan Mitchell join the Cavaliers, Markkanen’s outstanding play is encouraging.

7. Franz Wagner-Germany

7. Franz Wagner (Germany)

In his debut campaign with the Magic, Wagner—the No. 8 choice in the 2021 NBA Draft—proved to be a terrific player. He played outstanding defence and had the fourth-highest average among first-year players in points (15.2), rebounds (4.5), and assists (2.9).

Wagner has since put up a strong effort at EuroBasket 2022, highlighted by a monster performance in which he scored 32 points as Germany defeated Lithuania in double OT.

Just a few weeks ago, Wagner would have been 21. His potential is good news for Orlando and Germany’s future.

6. Jonas Valanciunas -Lithuania

Jonas Valanciunas -Lithuania

One of the NBA’s top centres, Valanciunas has quietly improved. Despite his flaws, he is a tremendous scorer in the paint, a tough rebounder, a passable passer, and a developing shooter. He just finished a season in which he made 2.1 3-point shots per game on average, a career high, and did it at a 36.1 percent clip.

5. Domantas Sabonis-Lithuania

Domantas Sabonis (Lithuania)

Few players have undergone as much transformation since joining the NBA as Sabonis, who transformed from a stretch four who was ineffective to a walking double-double. Over the past three seasons, he averaged 19.2 points, 12.2 rebounds, and 5.6 assists per game, leading to two All-Star selections.

Lithuania’s front line of Sabonis and Valanciunas is formidable, and this season, he and De’Aaron Fox will try to one-two punch their way out of the NBA’s longest postseason drought.

4. Rudy Gobert -France

Rudy Gobert(France)

Despite the fact that he has won three Defensive Player of the Year titles, Gobert is one of the most outstanding defenders in NBA history. He is impossible to beat around the hoop, and he uses his long arms to snag rebounds from both ends of the court.

Gobert’s screening, rolling, and cutting are extremely crucial, even though he may not be able to space the floor or produce in the post.

3. Luka Doncic -Slovenia

Luka Doncic(Slovenia)

Considering his superhuman abilities, Doncic got EuroBasket 2022 off to a very poor start, but boy did he come back strong. He led Slovenia to a thrilling victory over France with 47 points after tallying 36 points against Germany.

It certainly seems like a lot. It is the second-most points ever scored in a EuroBasket game, behind only Eddy Terrace of Belgium’s 63 points in 1957.

When Doncic’s step back begins rolling, there isn’t much one can do.

Doncic has already been named to three All-Star teams and three All-NBA First Teams in his first four seasons, and he recently guided the Mavericks to the Western Conference Finals.

How terrific Doncic already is and how amazing he still has the potential to be is frightening.

2. Nikola Jokic -Serbia

Nikola Jokic (Serbia)

the two-time MVP of the NBA.

Jokic is entering his age-27 season and already has the makings of one of the best centres in history. He has become one of the finest scorers in the league thanks to his unrivalled vision. He can stretch the floor like a guard and harass defenders in the post as well.

Jokic’s dominance in EuroBasket has come as no surprise. In group play, he averaged 24.3 minutes per game, 19.6 points, 9.4 rebounds, 4.4 assists, and 1.8 steals. Oh, and 74.5 percent of his 2-point field goals were accurate, which is ridiculous.

It sometimes seems as though Jokic is a cheat code because of how quickly he disassembles defences.

1. Giannis Antetokounmpo -Greece

Giannis Antetokounmpo (Greece)

No other player in the world today affects both ends of the court to the extent that Antetokounmpo does.

With his ability to dunk on anyone and perform the European step, Antetokounmpo is unstoppable offensively. He can cover every position defensively and use his long arms to make moves that every other player in the world could only imagine.