My Top 50 NBA Players of All Time Part 2 (45-41)

Bronson
Hi guys. Here is my continuation on my Top 50 NBA Players of All Time.

#45. Dwight Howard C Orlando Magic, Los Angeles Lakers, Houston Rockets
This man is amazing. He is the true Superman. (If you don't know what I mean by Superman, look up "Dwight Howard Superman Dunk" on Google or Youtube.) Anyways, Howard is arguably the most dominant center of the late 2000's and early 2010's. He is big, strong, and an awesome blocker. Starting from his rookie year, he has been the best center in the league. No one can stop him underneath the basket. He has led the Magic to a few great years, and will go down as one of the greatest centers of all time.

#44. Dennis Rodman PF Detroit Pistons, San Antonio Spurs, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, Dallas Mavericks
Dennis Rodman is one of, if not, the wildest and most fearsome basketball player in history. He intimidated everyone that faced against him because of his rough play. That's not why he is on my list, though. He is on here because he is an amazing defender. Sure, he did not score a lot of points in a game, but no one could score against him, either. He is an easy top ten defender of all time.

#43. Reggie Miller SG Indiana Pacers
Reggie Miller is one of the greatest 3-point shooters of all time. He is a clutch player as well, as he has made some very important buzzer beaters in his career. He was even able to score on and stop Michael Jordan at times. Miller is a terrific all around shooter and if I had to choose my top ten shooters of all time, Reggie Miller would be on the list. He is an awesome player that deserves to be on this list.

#42. Pete Maravich PG/SG Atlanta Hawks, New Orleans/ Utah Jazz, Boston Celtics
Nicknamed "Pistol" Pete Maravich, this man is an amazing player. Averaging about 25 PPG, the Pistol was able to shoot from anywhere on the court. I don't know if you knew this about him but he scored 68 points in a NBA game once. He also scored 50 points in his first NCAA game as a freshman. "Pistol" Pete Maravich is a well-oiled machine that was one of the most coveted NBA players at his time. He is easily one of the greatest players ever to step foot on a court.

#41. Steve Nash PG Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Lakers
Steve Nash is one of the greatest point guards and assisters of all time. Nash was able to open up shots for other players to take, and had a great jump shot of his own. He is an awesome point guard as he was able to drive to the basket with ease. He was able to average nearly 20 points a game, which is actually somewhat difficult to do if you are a passing-type point guard.

What do you guys think of my list so far? Here's a hint for someone on the next part of my list. "Don't take it seriously I was just 'kidd'ing around." :)

Comments

Kidd is next and why is Reggie and Nash this low - 2storm

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