My Top 25 players in the NBA right now ( my bad)

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My Top 25 players in the NBA right now ( my bad)

Here are my top 25 NBA players right now

Tier 1

1. LeBron James 12. Dwight Howard 23. Al Jefferson
2. Kobe Bryant 13. Joe Johnson 24. Andre Iguodala
3. Chris Paul 14. Chris Bosh 25. Tony Parker
4. Dwayne Wade 15. Paul Pierce
5. Brandon Roy 16. Danny Granger
6. Tim Duncan 17. Chancey Billups
7. Carmelo Anthony 18. Rajon Rondo
8. Steve Nash 19. Josh Smith
9. Dirk Nowitzki 20. Monta Ellis
10. Kevin Durant 21. Amare Stoudemire
11. Deron Williams 22. Kevin Garnett


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you should change the title.

you should change the title. But as for your list not bad. I can't see any way josh smith is a top 20 player. I'll take Pau Gasol over him just off the top of my head.

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Durant at 10?I disagree ,

Durant at 10?

I disagree , sorry.


Honestly, i find it incredibly hard to pick a top 25, the top 10-15 are what I think for sure, but I find it very hard to pick the top 25 in such a great league.

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1. Lebron James 2. Kobe

1. Lebron James
2. Kobe Bryant
3. Dwayne Wade
4. Chris Paul
5. Carmelo Anthony
6. Dirk Nowitzki
7. Kevin Durant
8. Brandon Roy
9. Dwight Howard
10. Tim Duncan
11. Deron Williams
12. Steve Nash
13. Chris Bosh
14. Pau Gasol
15. Joe Johnson
16. Paul Pierce
17. Danny Granger
18. Amar'e Stoudemire
19. Andre Iguodala
20. Chauncey Billups
21. Carlos Boozer
22. Al Jefferson
23. Zach Randolph
24. Gerald Wallace
25. Tony Parker/ Derrick Rose/ Rajon Rondo

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1. Kobe Bryant 2. LeBron

1. Kobe Bryant
2. LeBron James
3. Dwayne Wade
4. Brandon Roy
5. Carmelo Anthony
6. Dirk Nowitzki
7. Kevin Durant
8. Chris Paul
9. Dwight Howard
10. Deron Williams
11. Steve nash
12. Tim Duncan
13. Chris Bosh
14. Joe Johnson
15. Pau Gasol
16. Danny Granger
17. Amar'e Stoudanire
18. Paul Pierce
19. Monta Ellis
20. Chauncey Billups
21. Al Jefferson
22. Tony Parker
23. Derrick Rose
24. Andre Iguodala
25. Chris Kaman

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when making a top 25 or

when making a top 25 or whatever list you have to remember to consider bigmen, it is really easy to only put perimeter guys because they do most of the highlights and have more skill.

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1. Kobe Bryant - The most

1. Kobe Bryant - The most complete player in the world... The best closer... Most competitive, focused and hardest worker. I see no reason to move him down a spot yet.

2. LeBron James - He's a freak of nature, so he's able to dominate even though he has a few holes in his game. He'll have to take the top spot from Kobe, because Kobe's not giving it up willingly.

3. Dwayne Wade
4. Chris Paul
5. Carmelo Anthony
6. Dirk Nowitzki
7. Brandon Roy
8. Kevin Durant - Moving up the list very quickly.
9. Tim Duncan - Still a top ten player.
10. Deron Williams
11. Steve Nash
12. Yao Ming - When healthy... I think he's the best center in the NBA. He rebounds, defends and you can run an offense through him. Offensively... He's the most complete center in the world.
13. Pau Gasol
14. Dwight Howard - Dominant rebounder and defensive player, but can he get his team a bucket when they need him to? Can they run the offense through him consistently? NO. He gets most of his points off of putbacks, etc. Have you seen his passing out of the double team? Atrocious.
15. Chris Bosh
16. Joe Johnson - Has all of the tools to be the 3rd best two guard, but he's not as clutch in the 4th as Kobe, D. Wade or B. Roy.
17. Paul Pierce - A complete player, who's still one of the best closers in basketball.
18. Chauncey Billups
19. Danny Granger - Is he better than Pierce? No... Not yet. He doesn't put the ball on the floor as well and can be over reliant on the 3-pointer. I think he's a number two option on a championship caliber team.
20. Kevin Garnett - Everybody knows he's sacrificing his numbers in Boston. When healthy... We know what he brings to the table.
21. Tony Parker
22. Rajon Rondo - 59% free-throw shooter from the point guard spot is unacceptable, but he's a top 25 player.
23. Zach Randolph - Surprised? Don't be. This season... He's moved into the top 25.
24. Carlos Boozer
25. Amare Stoudemire - Dynamic/athletic face up forward/center, but where's his back to the basket game? Can he get me ten rebounds? Where's the defense?

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tezo best list

tezo best list

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Most of Tezo's list I agree

Most of Tezo's list I agree with,
I think Lebron is number 1 now though and Durant maybe ahead of Roy by a lil.
Also drop Billups down a few spots.

Where is Deron Williams?

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1. Kobe Bryant 2. Lebron

1. Kobe Bryant
2. Lebron James
3. Dwyane Wade
4. Brandon Roy
5. Chris Paul
6. Dirk Nowitzki
7. Carmelo Anthony
8. Kevin Durant
9. Tim Duncan
10. Deron Williams
11. Steve Nash
12. Kevin Garnett
13. Yao Ming
14. Pau Gasol
15. Dwight Howard
16. Chris Bosh
17. Joe Johnson
18. Paul Pierce
19. Ama're Stoudemire
20. Tony Parker
21. Chauncey Billups
22. Derrick Rose
23. Danny Granger
24. Zach Randolph
25. Rajon Rondo

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everyone has different

everyone has different opinions on players, its impossible to come to a conclusion

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