8) Al Jefferson—Minnesota Timberwolves Jefferson’s undersized, and is a center only on the Timberwolves, but the man is powerful near the basket and is a threat for 20-plus points against any defender. His defense improved last year, but is still a problem, as is passing, and stretching his offensive game out beyond ten feet. Still, A.J. has developed into a reliable rebounder and post scorer on a team with absolutely no other offense. He’s the last guy on the list capable of someday being a good team’s centerpiece.Not sure how I missed it, but Erick Blasco at the Bleacher Report names Al among the Top 30 NBA Centers. I don't have a huge problem with many of the 7 guys ahead of Al, but I don't really see how Andrew Bynum beats out Al. What's your list look like?