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    *My Career SF/SG: Reggie Miller
    My Career PG: Kevin Johnson
    My Career SG: Manu Ginobli

    Honorable Mentions: Lou Hudson, Jack Sikma and everyone on the 80s Bucks

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    I think that Tim Duncan could maybe go on that list too.

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    *Not in any particular order

    KG: One of the best bigman passers ever, one of the best defenders ever, one of the best leaders ever. It's not his fault the T-Wolves were the worst franchise in the league.

    Reggie Miller: Played like Steph Curry when spacing and shooting were under appreciated. Pacers weren't great regular season teams, but in the playoffs they were hard to beat. With hardly any star teammates Miller lead the Pacers to 5 conference finals, 1 finals, and when they lost it was intense 7 game series.

    Gilmore: Forgotten player of the 70s. Was an MVP for the ABA in his prime when the ABA was had Dr J. 7'2", Super good defender, super efficient.

    Eaton: You couldn't score on him. 7'4" and he'd block shots without jumping. Best blocker of all time and the Jazz were incredible defenses b/c of him.

    Hakeem: Another incredible defender, and his post game couldn't be stopped. 2 rings and made the finals in 86.

    Nash: Two time MVP and completely revolutionized offense. Victim to incredibly stacked Western Conference.

    CP3: Like Nash but an elite defender. Victim to Western Conference and injury. Could've easily won Championships if luck went his way.

    Arenas: Before injuries Gil was amazing. 25, 28, 29 ppg shooting 8 threes per game before it was cool. Maybe a top 10 player in his prime

    Dennis Johnson: Remembered as a role player of the Celtics, but he was a multiple time all-star and a finals MVP in his prime.

    Kevin Johnson: Incredible athlete. Even before Chuck arrived KJ led the Sun's to 55 wins in multiple seasons. In his prime he was a top 3 pg. Another career ruined by injuries.

    Chauncey: He was a winner. Finals MVP and best player for the Pistons. And in Denver he almost took down the Lakers in the WCF. His efficiency looks bad, but he was taking a lot of 3s and 3pts. In reality his efficiency was elite.

    Manu: Look at his per 36 minute stats. He had a lesser role, but when he got in he dominated. He was an all-nba player as a 6th-man. He had a late start to his career, but once he started, he was great for many years.

    Shaq: All time great, but still underrated. Behind Jordan, Shaq probably had the best peak of all time as an offensive player. The Lakers three peat was all Shaq.

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    d rob penny hardaway grant hill isiah thomas jack sikma just to name a few that u missed

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    Good additions. But you can look at my most overrated for my thoughts on Isiah

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    ok an i left out a few extremey underated players. chris webber and mike bibby.

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    Yeah very true. Honestly if Grant Hill would not have gotten that injury, he could be in the discussion of the all time greats.

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    Elvin Hayes snubbed

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    Sure Honorable Mentions. He was a great defender but lacked efficiency

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    Dumars deserves a spot here too

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    K33M i would just like to apologize for how bad you got screwed in your 1st round debate

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    Shaq???

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    See my comment to baseballboy

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    go look at my top 13 pg and sg of 2020 there way better then this shit

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    Is this a joke, KG and Shaq???

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    This is a list of underrated Allstars or All-NBA not decent to good players who weren't that important.

    The reason for Shaq: He was the greatest offensive center of all time. People talk about the first three peat as Kobe's championships, when Shaq was easily the best player on those teams. He was dunking on people, drawing double teams and passing it to open teammates and literally fouling out entire teams. I feel like a lot of people rank Shaq around 10th all time, when imo he's closer to top 5.

    Reason for KG: In this year's HOF class of Kobe, Tim Duncan, and KG, almost everybody would say Kobe 1st, Duncan 2nd, and KG 3rd when in reality KG was probably better than both. He wasn't the best scorer but he did everything else so well. He was the best bigman passer of a time, one of the best defenders of all time, and one of the best leaders ever. Also he was like 6'13" with a 10 ft wingspan. It isn't his fault that he played with like 1 all-star in his entire Timberwolves career unlike Duncan who played with like 20. People also forget that if Sam Cassell hadn't got injured in 04 KG could've easily won a ring. Imo KG is a top 10 player ever.

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    @ILOVELONZO lol how to you like my list

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    i like everything execpt billups kg reggie

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    Dang I thought you'd hate it. Thanks

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    There is a Dennis Johnson card in the game if you want to add him to your list.

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    half of these people are not underrated my guy.

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    You can look at my comments and see my reasoning. Feel free to add players, there a lot of underrated players that I missed

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    See my comment to baseballboy

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    shaq sint underrated.