LCS Spring Split 2020: Week 4 Player Power Rankings

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1. Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen (Cloud9)
2. Bae “Bang” Jun-sik (Evil Geniuses)
3. Johnny “Altec” Ru (Immortals)
4. Ian Victor “FBI” Huang (Golden Guardians)

We don’t talk too much about FBI, but he has been surprisingly solid during the Spring Split, despite being saddled by the worst support in the LCS. What’s particularly impressive is the fact that FBI has been able to amass CS and experience advantages in the early game while his laning partner has fallen behind in those aspects. His ability to shine despite having a bad laning partner shows that Golden Guardians made a wise decision in holding onto FBI for one of their import slots.

5. Johnson “Johnsun” Nguyen (Dignitas)
6. Kasper “Kobbe” Kobberup (TSM)

Another very surprising player who has underperformed for TSM given expectations is Kobbe. His stats aren’t quite as terrible as Bjergsen’s (he has only one unforced death this season and his laning stats are solid) but his production doesn’t match the amount of resources TSM has invested in him so far this split.

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Kobbe is second among ADCs in jungle proximity in the early game (9.9% trailing Bang‘s 10.3%) and his income numbers are second only to Zven (432.8 aGPM vs. Zven’s 470.3). Despite this investment, Kobbe’s damage output (453.2 aDPM) is below average (478.7 aDPM) and he has the second-lowest adjusted kill percentage (89.7%) of all AD Carries. This is largely due to his 24.2% kill share, which is the worst among ADCs.

7. Cody “Cody Sun” Sun (100 Thieves)
8. Trevor “Stixxay” Hayes (CLG)
9. Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng (Team Liquid)
10. Jason “WildTurtle” Tran (FlyQuest)

WildTurtle has been one of the least-impressive bot laners for a while now, particularly when it comes to damage contribution (359.8 aDPM is worst for his position) and dying needlessly (6 unforced deaths is the most for ADCs). With the most deaths per game for AD Carries (2.1), Turtle just isn’t putting up the production to support his misplays.