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Best Player in His Prime: Big Men

Who was the best player in his prime?
If not prime, the best years, he has played(I wouldnt wanna say Lebron or Wade have already been in their pime since they are still young)
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Here are Some Decide who is the Best:
Power Forwards And Centers
Tim Duncan
02-03
PPG:23.3 RPG:12.9 BPG:2.9 MPG:39.3 FG:51.3 FT:71.0
Kevin Garnett
03-04
PPG:24.2 RPG:13.9 BPG:2.2 MPG:39.9 FG:49.9 FT:79.1
Dirk Nowitzki
05-06
PPG:26.6 RPG:9.0 BPG:1.0 MPG:38.1 FG:48.0 3pt:40.6 FT:90.1
Amare Stoudamire
07-08
PPG:25.2 RPG:91 BPG:2.1 MPG:33.9 FG:59.0 FT:80.5
Dwight Howard
07-08
PPG:20.7 RPG:14.2 BPG:2.2 MPG:39.7 FG:59.9 FT:59:59.0
Yao Ming
06-07
PPG:25.0 RPG:9.4 BPG:2.0 MPG:33.8 FG:51.6 FT:86.2
Shaquille O'Neal
99-00
PPG:29.7 RPG:13.6 BPG:3.0 MPG:40.0 FG:57.4 FT:52.4
Jermaine O'neal
01-02
PPG:19.0 RPG:10.5 BPG:2.3 MPG:37.6 FG:47.9 FT:68.8
Elton Brand
05-06
PPG:24.7 RPG:10.0 BPG:2.5 MPG:39.2 FG:52.7 FT:77.5
Al Jefferson
07-08
PPG:21.0 RPG:11.1 BPG:1.7 MPG:35.6 FG:50.0 FT:72.1
Ben Wallace
01-02
PPG:7.6 RPG:13.0 BPG:3.5 MPG:36.5 FG:53.1 FT:42.3
Kenyon Martin
03-04
PPG:16.7 RPG:9.5 BPG:1.3 MPG:34.6 FG:48.8 FT:68.4
If i missed somebody or would want to add somebody just post


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To me it's gotta be either

To me it's gotta be either Shaq or Duncan.

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Shaq

With his 17 years of dominating the league. Shaq is by far the best big man...
Since his rookie year he has been an unstoppable force in the paint, and has caused some of the hardest match ups for any coach to deal with.

Behind him I would put Tim Duncan, and then Kevin Garnett.

But you also are missing many dominant players in league history, such as Kareem, Wilt, Russell, Ewing and Hakeem!

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It has to be Shaq. Just look

It has to be Shaq. Just look at those numbers.

Also in 02-03 i think Jermaine had better stats of 20.8ppg 10.3rpg and 2.5bpg while shooting 0.731 at the line. along with 48.3 FG%.

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i don't even need to look at

i don't even need to look at the stats to tell you the answer is Shaq.

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i only put the players that

i only put the players that are still playing!
If i hadnt i would have put
wilt and russell, olajuwon and robinson and moses malone and all those other guys!

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actually

i would say kevin Garnett because if you put the assists in there kevin garnett actually averaged 6 assists which is really good for his position

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lol.. its shaq .

lol.. its shaq .

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Shaq was killing in hi

Shaq was killing in his prime its got to be him they made a defense about him

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i know hes not the best but

i know hes not the best but u gotta put EB on that list... brand is one of 5 active nba players to hold career averages of 20 and 10 a gm...

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@The Microwave Lol forgot

@The Microwave
Lol forgot about him..

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Added al jefferson and elton

Added al jefferson and elton brand K-Mart and Ben Wallace ^^

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