Best NBA Centers of 2013-2014

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The Top Ten

1
Dwight Howard
Much potential, needs improvement in the paint offensively. Dwight can be as good as Dwight wants to be, once he gets out of his own way.
This guy is awesome

2Joakim Noah
You'd be hard pressed to find another Center, or any NBA player for that matter, who plays with as hard and with as much energy as Noah, he's not the strogest, fastest and obviously not an offensive presence, but boy can this guy play Defense and pass the ball for a big man, with Rose back, I see Noah having a career year.
Great all around center

3Tim Duncan
At 38 he still averages a double double and 2.7 blocks unbelievable
He has a lot of mileage, but with it comes experience. Tim picks his spots decisively and is a selfless teammate.
With good time management on the court, Tim is my 1st choice when picking a starting Center.
At 38 he is still the best center in the league wow

4Marc Gasol
One of the best passers at center

5Al Jefferson
Big Al will regularly get a double double with 20 points and 10 rebounds. The one problem he has is the injuries are starting to pile up. He should still continue to be a top center.

6Brook Lopez

7Al Horford

8Andrew Bynum
Andrew's injuries and mental stability hurt his true value as a legitamate Center in The NBA.

9Tyson Chandler
With Chandler, you will never have an east shot close to the rim because he tries to block everything within reach. He also is becoming a very formidable offensive threat; he can score when you need him.

10Andre Drummond
Andre may not be the best but the way he dunks with the rim its like butter and bread and smores wow he can duck when I first saw him dunk I almost got knocked out and I was outside the T.V. !

The Contenders

11Larry Sanders
A younger Tyson Chandler. A defense force. If the Bucks do better under new ownership and get better offensive players around this guy... Look out! If he could make a few free throws and develop a mid range game he could be just as respected as Noah or Ibaka. He already has energy (sometimes a little too much), defense skills, rebounding and is a top notch shot blocker.

12Chris Bosh

13DeMarcus Cousins
Seriously!? He averaged 23 points and 12 rebounds and 2 blocks, the man is a presence, not only is he in the top 5, he is in contention for number 1, he's also only 24 years old, incredibly underrated
How is he not in here and brook lopez is. Lopez hardly even played, this list is best centers of 2013-14...
The fact that he's not here is insulting. especially since Brook Lopez can't grab a rebound

14Greg Monroe

15Jonas Valanciunas

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