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    Greatest players of the 90s.

    Most people say that MJ is the GOAT of the 90s (and all time) but like how now LeBron is the clear #1 player of this generation and Durant is #2. In your guys opinion who was the number 2 player behind Jordan in the 90s? I vote Dream, but I'd love to hear your guys opinions on this subject.

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    I vote for Shawn Bradley.

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    lmfao I forgot about the unstoppable force that was Shawn Bradley.

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    I like Olajuwon, Shaq, and then Barkley. I'm a big Reggie miller fan as well since he went to my high school.
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    Top ten in semi-order:

    MJ
    Hakeem
    Karl Malone
    Barkley
    David Robinson
    Shaq
    Pippen
    Ewing
    Reggie
    Grant Hill

    Others:
    Penny
    Chris Mullin
    Rodman
    Gary Payton
    Shawn Kemp
    Clyde Dexler (early part)
    Jason Kidd
    Mutombo
    Brad Daugherty
    Dan Majerle
    Mitch Richmond
    Tim Hardaway
    Mark Price
    Zo
    Glen Rice
    Nique (first part)

    There are so many.
    Last edited by DreamShaker; 12-20-2013 at 03:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iDefend10 View Post
    lmfao I forgot about the unstoppable force that was Shawn Bradley.
    His only true rival was the immortal Greg Ostertag.

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    Shaq is the most dominating player ever, hands down, no doubt about it IMO. He came into his prime kind of after Hakeem, and MJ, so its hard to rank him with them.

    But once he hit his stride, realistically, he could of won MVP every year he played before he started declining.


    Canelo with the nice 7 punch combination

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    Quote Originally Posted by AddiX View Post
    Shaq is the most dominating player ever, hands down, no doubt about it IMO. He came into his prime kind of after Hakeem, and MJ, so its hard to rank him with them.

    But once he hit his stride, realistically, he could of won MVP every year he played before he started declining.
    Yeah. I think of Shaq as more of an early 2000's guy, but he is top 7 in the 90s at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerellh528 View Post
    I like Olajuwon, Shaq, and then Barkley. I'm a big Reggie miller fan as well since he went to my high school.
    You went to Poly?

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    Hakeem sounds about right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickdymez View Post
    You went to Poly?
    Yes sir.
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    90-1999
    Mike
    Shaq
    Dream
    Drob
    Malone
    Barkley

    2000-2009
    Lebron
    Shaq
    Duncan
    KG
    Kobe
    Wade
    Mcgrady
    Iverson


    2010-2013
    Lebron
    Durant
    Paul
    Dwight
    Wade
    Kobe

    Present
    Lebron
    Durant
    Paul
    Love
    Aldrige
    Last edited by IKnowHoops; 12-20-2013 at 04:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerellh528 View Post
    Yes sir.
    Oh ok thats wassup. I used to hang out over there all the time because I was dating a chick who lived right there off Victoria. Small world.

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    Shaq's career spanned over 2 decades, his absolute peak came in the early 2000's, so he is just behind:

    MJ
    Dream
    Robinson
    Barkley
    Malone

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    Sir Charles is a little underrated.

    It's actually even a little hard to give Jordan #1 for the 90s because he missed 3 seasons, whereas the other guys played all 10. That's pretty important, especially considering. Michael's best years were 87-89, he started a peak decline in 91, missed the last two years of his peak, and then was in significant decline by the time he came back. So...

    Top10

    Michael/Barkley
    Stockton
    Dream
    Robinson
    Malone
    Shaq
    Rodman
    Pippen
    Mourning (homer pick)

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