The Top 10 Greatest NBA Players of All Time (currently playing)

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    Manu, Gasol and Porzingis
     
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    Rick Barry, Kevin Mchale, Christian Laetner, Peja, Vlade, Tom Heinsohn, Mark PRice, Chris Mullin, Toni Kukoc, Jerry West, Sabonis, Rik Smits were too.
     
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    Didnt even realize they were all white. I was just stating a fact. Not sure why you make it about race. If it makes you feel better, Yao Ming was overrated too
     
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    Half of them. Easy. Fuck Paul George. Fuck CP3.

    What in Batman's knapsack has CP3 done to be regarded as greater than Tony Parker at their position? His Clipper teams had all the firepower in the world; especially the fast break high-flying kind any point guard setup specialist would crave. So CP3 is greater because of his All-NBA & All-Defense selections? What happened to the Ricky Bobby Lakers ethos of "second place is first loser-- the only thing that matters is winning" mentality? We gonna talk stats?

    Okay, how about this stat.
    • Tony has 136 Playoff Wins
    • CP3 has 76 Playoff Appearances

    Kawhi has one ring and two Finals appearances. How is he the greater Spur? While he may finish higher in MVP voting it's easy to forget that Tony has finished in the Top 10 in MVP votes four times, and as high as 5th place (in 2011-12). Don't forget Tony has a Finals MVP, too.

    Look at their career stats. While Kawhi will almost certainly be greater once he retires...that isn't today.
     

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