By CurryAllDay »

1. stephen curry

2. klay thompson

3. Kd

4. Raymond Green

5. Zaza Patchoolia

6. Mikahl Jordan

7. Bill Rusel

8. Kyree Irveng

9. Javale McGee

10. Pendrick Kirkins

By ogirving11 »
CurryAllDay said in Tuesday, March 7th, 2017 20:30 pm

1. stephen curry

2. klay thompson

3. Kd

4. Raymond Green

5. Zaza Patchoolia

6. Mikahl Jordan

7. Bill Rusel

8. Kyree Irveng

9. Javale McGee

10. Pendrick Kirkins

kill yourself

By twaffle »
By PACERSFORLIFE »

Where Pajama Sam at?

By SwagPete »

1. Michael Jordan

2. Kareem-Abdul Jabbar

3. Wilt Chamberlain

4. Magic Johnson

5. Kobe Bryant (My favorite player of all time but i kno there r better players)

6. Larry Bird

7. Tim Duncan

8. Lebron James

9. Bill Russell

10. Shaq Oʻneal

 

By SwagPete »

look at this dude...

By 2kmtcentral18 »

Cury

Havlicak

LKay

KD
Bila Rusesl

rondo

buter

mark cban

josh jackson

marlakal fu;tz or whatever his jame is

 

By BostonBro23 »

1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar -- all time scorer, 6 MVPs, 6 rings, was consistently good for 20 years

2. Michael Jordan -- most competitive guy ever, amazing on both sides of the ball, most clutch guy ever, inspired pretty much every kid, but only had 12 years of greatness

3. LeBron James -- best all around player ever, all he needs is some more championships

4. Magic Johnson -- consistently got the best of #5, made everyone around him better, biggest triple-double threat in history not named Robertson or Westbrook, had the clutch gene

5. Larry Bird -- wasn't very athletic, but was a 3-time MVP winner, one of the best shooters ever, got a lot of rebounds for a SF, very good passer

6. Bill Russell -- probably the best defender ever, 11 rings, made everyone around him better

7. Tim Duncan -- 5 rings, could play any role for a team, made role players like Manu and Tony relevant, game aged really well

8. Hakeem Olajuwon -- best post footwork ever, had one of the best postseason runs ever, all time block leader

9. Wilt Chamberlain -- AMAZING regular season numbers, but was a stat chaser, a choker, and played against a bunch of short white guys

10. Shaquille O'Neal -- carried Kobe to his first 3 rings and was one of the most dominant players ever in his prime, but only had about a decade of greatness and had no offensive game outside of the restricted area

 

By Daybe »
BostonBro23 said in Monday, March 13th, 2017 3:39 am

1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar -- all time scorer, 6 MVPs, 6 rings, was consistently good for 20 years

2. Michael Jordan -- most competitive guy ever, amazing on both sides of the ball, most clutch guy ever, inspired pretty much every kid, but only had 12 years of greatness

3. LeBron James -- best all around player ever, all he needs is some more championships

4. Magic Johnson -- consistently got the best of #5, made everyone around him better, biggest triple-double threat in history not named Robertson or Westbrook, had the clutch gene

5. Larry Bird -- wasn't very athletic, but was a 3-time MVP winner, one of the best shooters ever, got a lot of rebounds for a SF, very good passer

6. Bill Russell -- probably the best defender ever, 11 rings, made everyone around him better

7. Tim Duncan -- 5 rings, could play any role for a team, made role players like Manu and Tony relevant, game aged really well

8. Hakeem Olajuwon -- best post footwork ever, had one of the best postseason runs ever, all time block leader

9. Wilt Chamberlain -- AMAZING regular season numbers, but was a stat chaser, a choker, and played against a bunch of short white guys

10. Shaquille O'Neal -- carried Kobe to his first 3 rings and was one of the most dominant players ever in his prime, but only had about a decade of greatness and had no offensive game outside of the restricted area

 

why tf do people overrate bill russell so much even dennis rodman was a better defender

By lilyg »

1 MJ

2 Kareem

3 Magic

4 Lebron

5 Shaq

6 bird

7 wilt

8 Kobe

9 Duncan

10 Hakeem