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Ranking Frontcourts in the NBA From Worst to First

How does the Trail Blazers frontcourt stack up against the rest of the league? Friday afternoon, Ben Leibowitz of Mercury News Sports released a ranking of the worst-to-first frontcourts in the entire NBA. In yet another black eye on the Los Angeles Lakers season, Leibowitz ranks the purple and gold's frontcourt as the worst in the league. While Portland Trail Blazers fans typically delight in the failings of their southern rivals, the Portland frontcourt didn't fare much better. Frontcourt Trio: Al-Farouq Aminu, Noah Vonleh, Mason PlumleeCombined 2015-16 Win Shares: 11.3Combined 2015-16...

What's the next step for Al-Farouq Aminu? You be the Trail Blazers GM

Aminu averaged a career-best 10.2 points in his first season with the Blazers, while making more three pointers this season (126) than he did in his first five NBA seasons combined (109).

Watch: Portland's Al-Farouq Aminu 2015-16 season by the numbers

Take a look back at Al-Farouq Aminu's 2015-16 season as he enters the second year of his contract with the Trail Blazers.

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