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All NBA team (1990's edition)

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All NBA team (1990's edition)

The 1990's is filled with so many great players. So many great players and good teams played in this decade. Players drafted before the '94 draft are eligible for this list. Making this list was hard but here it is:

PG John Stockton
SG Michael Jordan
SF Scottie Pippen
PF Karl Malone
C Hakeem Olajuwon

C David Robinson
PF Charles Barkley
C Patrick Ewing
PG Gary Payton
C Shaquille O'neal
SG Reggie Miller
C Alonzo Mourning

This decade had a lot of quality Centers. Some of the players just missing the cut are Mitch Richmond, Joe Dumars, Dikembe Mutombo, Shawn Kemp, Chris Mullin, and Tim Hardaway.


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great list

great list

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I've long felt Richmond was

I've long felt Richmond was a better player on worse teams than Miller. But other than that, spot on list.

I'd add Dennis Rodman, Grant Hill and Dominique Wilkins to the honorable mention list, but good work coming up with an unbiased and worthwhile list, something you don't see too often around here.

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this just proves how

this just proves how overrated michael jordan is when hes getting all the credit in the world for 6 rings by himself when he has another guy on his team on the all 1990 decade 1st team with him.

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i am from chicago but still

i am from chicago but still jordan made pippen better... also SF was not one of the stronger positions compared to the others in the 90s

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pippen best perimeter

pippen best perimeter defender in nba history

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Man I wish Penny was healthy

Man I wish Penny was healthy longer he would have for sure made this list. Definately my favorite player growing up

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Hakeem Olajuwon is my

Hakeem Olajuwon is my favorite player of all time but i would
Still start Shaq over him.................

I didnt really fallow Shaq in the 1990's but great list

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Grant Hill?

Grant Hill?

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Grant Hill

Yeah Grant Hill had some all-star years in the nineties and should have also been considered but i put in the rule that players drafted in the '93 draft or before would be eligible for this list. He was drafted in '94 along with Jason Kidd. I think he would have barely missed the top 12 spots but would definitely be in the honorable mention section.

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Chris Mullin and the Glide

It's a tough list because there were so many great players in the 90's, Chris Mullin should get some consideration with 18,000 points and 815 career 3's with a gold medal in 92' ( one in 84' too, but i know different decade )is a pretty good resume. Clyde Drexler, has 22,000 points 2,200 steals made an NBA finals in 92' and won a title in 1995 with the Rockets and one of the top 50 all time players voted upon in the 1995-1996 season, Mullin may be a bit of a stretch, but i think Clyde should be on the list

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