Top Ten Post Players in Basketball of All-Time2storm
The Top Ten
The skyhook defined him as a post scorer.V 2 Comments
Respect the man who revolutionized basketballV 2 Comments
Only player in NBA history to have a 60/40 game, which is 60 points and 40 rebounds.
Also 55 rebounds in one game.
Also 100 points in one game.
Also averaged 50.4 points for an entire season.
He can shoot, dribble, and get rebounds
He is good that's why I brag about him he is better than spen curry he can slam dunk very good I love lebron james
This man can play as a team and is a great scorer and fantastic strip 3
Paul can shoot and pass in the post - 2stormV 2 Comments
Why the hell are lebron and magic in front of him? He should be first!
He should not be first cause he causes to much turnovers
This is a joke right? How isn't he number one?!
Best off. And definitely.V 2 Comments
He would destroy anyone in his torture chamber
He was pretty good with his fade - 2storm
No other player had an arsenal of moves even remotely comprable to McHale.V 1 Comment
Greatest PF in history! Sorry Tim Duncan fans. Malone never got his ring and he never gets his due when breaking down the greatest players of the game. And his post up game is so much better than LeBron and Gasol. I can't believe these guys are even listed in the top 10, absolutely ridiculous. Where is Kevin McHale?
Sad that he spent his prime years trapped playing for the USSR national team. When he finally made it to the NBA, he was an old man and nearly crippled, yet his immense size and excellent basketball IQ still made him a valuable member of his team, and in particular he gave Shaq fits.
Poor guy had the bad timing to always be the third-best center in the NBA; first behind Wilt and Russell, then when Russell retired in came Kareem. In several interviews, Kareem has reminded everyone just how great Thurmond was, certainly way better than any current center. Would be listed as 7-1 on a current roster due to change in how players are now measured with their basketball shoes on instead of barefoot.
Very underrated post player. He isn't just a perimeter player
Was a great perimeter and post player
Kevin Love should definitely not be in the top ten ever. that is terrible. and he is above Hakeem Olajuwan?!?!
It should have dirk in the top ten over Lebron James
Dirk has the greatest fadeaway in the history of the NBA and your going to leave him out? At least put him above Andre Igodala, who doesn't deserve getting mentioned
Don't count old George out when discussing modern players. He would probably not be an all-star, but his excellent basketball IQ, and excellent size even for today would still get him a solid 12-10-3 per game average, which would make him a starter as a 4 or 5 on just about every team.
I think he probably would be an all star - 2storm
He's like the same amount as LeBron James. He should be #3. Right fellas?V 1 Comment
Had the bad luck to play his career during the ABA/NBA rivalry and then merger so did not establish an identity in the NBA until late in his playing days, and was also overshadowed by old Wilt and young Kareem.
A legitimate 7 feet 2 inches, he was far better than any center playing in the NBA today.
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List StatsUpdated 24 Jan 2017
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2. Wilt Chamberlain
3. Michael Jordan