1. Jerry Lucas
2. Bob Lanier
3. Fat Lever
4. Bill Laimbeer
5. Maurice Lucas
6. Clyde Lovellette
7. Bob Love
8. Rashard Lewis
9. Kevin Love
10. David Lee
Weakest letter award?
Kawhi Leonard and Damian Lilliard.
Where you at?
Just waiting for letter Q!
for Bob Love. Lucas is one of those older players that I know was great, but never have seen him play (even on the "classic" games on NBA TV). Wish I knew more about him as a player.
Funny, I was just watching 1987 Lakers vs Sonics West Finals on NBA TV, happened to see Maurice Lucas come off the bench for Seattle.
I was watching 86 Lakers vs Boston at 5 in the morning today (Had work at 8 and I'm a morning person). I just always seem to miss him... I wish their were more early 2000 "classics"... sry to get off topic
The only ones I could think of that might get a look in are Reggie Lewis & Christian Laettner
Fat lever was nuts! Well from what ive seen!
Fat Lever, one of the more under rated players of all time. Was a massive stat sheet stuffer for a guy his stature. Grabbed boards like nobodies business.
is there a different Rashard Lewis from the past that im just not really aware of? or is that the former 2nd round pick who became a stud and all-star with the super sonics that is ranked ahead of Kevin Love?
If we're considdering talent and how good they were, Reggie Lewis has to be on that list - career stats have to be overlooked in his case.