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Below is this morning’s PER top 10 leaderboard. Check out who’s fourth in the NBA in the all-encompassing statistic, meant to give a baseline of how productive a player’s been this season.

(While you’re at it, check out who’s 9th.)

Reminder: Lopez finished 14th in frontcourt All-Star voting in the Eastern Conference, behind Amar’e Stoudemire (eight games, 166 minutes played), and Andrew Bynum (here’s an analysis of Bynum’s on-court effectiveness this season).