Who are your favorite basketball players of all-time? top 10?

Here are mine
1. Allen Iverson: I love the fearless little man. Nobody plays the game like he does. Ignore his shooting percentage, look at how many time he was double teamed. Look at how many time he gets to the free throw line. It’s sad that the media has been relentless in destroying his career since 2008…

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1. Vince Carter – The Reason i started watching the Raptors and started loving basketball. This dude is just crazy. He’s clutch, amazing shooter and his dunking is by far the best ever. Sad he doesn’t have a ring. If he doesn’t make HOF, its a shame.

2. Kobe – Loved his ball skills the minute i first saw him, what can i say the mans a winner.

3. Ben Wallace – One of the best defender of all time, sure he’s not the best of offencive players, but what he did defensively makes Big Ben my fave Center of all time.

4. Kareem – Sadly i wasn’t born when Kareem played, but the tapes and videos I’ve seen of Kareem were absolutely mind blowing. SKY HOOK BABY!

5. Steve Nash – Yes Captain Canada, I have to rep Canada’s finest athlete (next to Gretzky of course), future HOF’er no doubt.

6. Jordan – G.O.A.T, Nuff Said’

7. Keyon Martin – Aggressive, athletic, shot blocker, everything you want in a PF. Could have been one of the best, but the injury but stung him hard, pretty sad. K-Mart still is my fave PF of all time.

8. Chris Bosh – Yes he did leave but i still love the guy for giving us 7 amazing years. Hope him the best in the future.

9. Kevin Durant – Rising Star, gonna be a force to be reckoned with.

10. Allen Iverson – At 6 feet he truly describes free-less, one of the most skilled player every to step on the court. Be another great player with no ring.

HM: DeMar Derozan (Currently my Fave player, Rising Star), Monta Ellis, Iggy, Gary Payton, Shaq, Magic Johnson, And Mr. Clutch Reggie Miller.

1. Michael Jordan.
2. Kobe Bryant.
3. Magic Johnson.
4. Wilt Chamberlain.
5. Jerry West
6. Bill Russell.
7. Larry Bird
8. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
9. Hakeem Olajuwon.
10. Shaquille O’Neal.

1. Hakeem Olajuwon – All this guy needed around him was shooters who could spread the floor and play decent defense and you got a deep playoff run. Hakeem would score 30 in the post (on jumpers, hooks, dunks, and fakes of all kind) grab 10-15 boards, shut down the paint and chase guards on the perimeter and get steals. I don’t know if there is a better player on both ends.

2. Tim Duncan – Dominant, no nonsense big man who plays the way bigs are supposed to. Scores in the post, rebounds, defends the paint.

3. Kevin Garnett – He’s the Scottie Pippen of big men. Scores, passes, defends everyone and is a very underrated rebounder (led the league 4 times).

4. Scottie Pippen – Probably the best perimeter defender ever. Played PG, grabbed 7/8 boards a game, and dropped 20+ppg in his prime.

5. Shane Battier – Dude maximizes his role. Spreads the floor with his shooting and plays great defense.

6. Steve Nash – Probably the greatest shooter of all-time. 50/40/90 has become the norm for him.

7. Shawn Kemp – Best in game dunker of all time (next to Vince).

8. Eddie Jones – Eddie Jones had no holes. He could play any style effectively (fastbreak or half court) and he wasn’t a liability at either end. Could spread the floor with his shooting, finish on the break and lock down teams best wing players.

9. Reggie Miller – The NBA needs more Reggie Millers, Ray Allens and Rip Hamiltons; Fearless, lights out clutch shooters who don’t need to score off the dribble.

10. David Robinson – I think his career took somewhat of a downward turn after the 1995 WCF, but besides Shaq and Wilt he is physically one of the greatest bigs ever.

Tim Duncan
Michael Jordan
Kobe Bryant
Dwight Howard
LeBron James
Kevin Durant
Allen Iverson
Chris Paul
Carmelo Anthony
Deron Williams

1. Michael Jordan
2. Magic Johnson
3. Larry Bird
4. Kobe Bryant
5. Shaq
6. Lebron James
7. Scottie Pippen
8. Charles Barkley
9. Isiah Thomas
10. Dennis Rodman

My Favorite, top 10

1. Pip
2. Yao
3. Jesus Shuttlesworth
4. Jordan
5. Reggie Miller
6. Drexler
7. Olajuwon
8. The Glove
9. The Mailman
10. Tim Hardaway

1. Michael Jordan
2. Earvin “Magic” Johnson
3. Hakeem Olajuwon
4. LeBron James
5. Eddie Jones
6. Jason Kidd
7. Chris Webber
8. Dirk Nowitzki
9. Steve Nash
10. Scottie Pippen

1. Michael Jordan
2. Derrick Rose
3. Deron Williams
4. Eric Gordon
5. Dennis Rodman
6. Karl Malone
7. Shaq
8. Allen Iverson
9. Scottie Pippen
10.Blake Griffin

1) Allen Iverson
2) Rip Hamilton
3) LeBron James
4) Dwight Howard
5) Dwyane Wade
6) Hakeem Olajuwon
7) Kevin Garnett
8) T-Mac
9) Kevin Durant
10) Shaq

1. Kobe Bryant
2. Kevin Durant
3. Derek Fisher
4. Robert Horry
5. Hakeem Oljauwon
6. Shaquille O’Neal (when he was on the Lakers)
7. Rajon Rondo
8. Scottie Pippen
9. Lebron James (when he was on the Cavs)
10. Shawn Kemp

Sorry man, but Paul Pierce is not in Kobe’s league. How dare you mention T-Mac and Vince Carter in the same sentence as Kobe. You need to get your head checked.

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