Best Basketball Players of All Time


The Contenders: Page 9

161 Joel Anthony
162 Mick Pennisi
163 Ali Peek
164 Junmar Fajardo

The next big thing

165 Raymond Lewis

He was an LA playground legend he shot 60% from 3 point range and he had handles like Iverson he could jump like Jordan, he averaged 54 points a game in a pro summer league in 1981 him or Wilt Chamberlain are the GOAT he also passed as good as Magic

On offense, he made the other team look like a set of 5 stationary traffic cones.

166 Nate Archibald

Nate Archibald was the epitome what guards strive to be. And at 6'1"(though on the court he looked closer to 5'9") he lead the NBA in scoring and assists the same season. A feat no one's close to before or since.

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167 Jeff Chan

Great three pointer in pba and he's pure filipino bu't he is gilas pilipinas

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168 Mark Price V 1 Comment
169 Gabe Norwood
170 Andrew Gaze

Turn it up! Gaze was better than half the frauds on this list

Australian player who played in the 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games, played over 600 games in the NBL and also played for the Spurs in the NBA, won titles with the Melbourne Tigers and was a wonderful shooter at any range

171 Ray Andro Vinuya

Even though this athlete is unknown. He definitely one of the best Basketball Player I've watch.. You can actually saw him on his town playing with famous basketball player in the Philippines but he actually prefer to work as an employer in some company rather than pushing his basketball career from some reasons. Because he has an different thinking ability that was hard to understand. Two Thumbs up Ray An!

The best shooting guard who plays in his elementary days even in high school he carry his team to the Championship..

172 Shane Battier V 2 Comments
173 Patrick Menasche
174 Doc Rivers
175 Omri Casspi V 2 Comments
176 Corliss Williamson
177 Deandre Jordan Deandre Jordan Hyland DeAndre Jordan, Jr. is an American professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Clippers of the National Basketball Association.

One of the one of the best defense and amazing dunker

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178 Nerlens Noel
179 William Robson
180 George Mikan

Number 68? They changed the rules of basketball, time of possession because of him. He should be much higher on the list. He was named the greatest player of the first half of the 20th century.

... And he had great glasses

Greatest center of the pre shot clock era controled the entire game on both ends of the floor still doing drills named after him

First player ever to win an MVP

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