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View Poll Results: Where Does Lebron Rank All Time?

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    PSD's Top 50 List of the Greatest NBA Players of All Time

    Much like last time, we will use this thread to track the rankings and for a singular place to discuss the overall rankings. I will update it as we go along. Feel free to discuss anything you want to here. This is probably the best place to rehash arguments about things that have already happened.

    The List:

    1. Michael Jordan
    2. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
    3. Wilt Chamberlain
    4. Magic Johnson
    5. Shaquille O'neal
    6. Tim Duncan
    7. Hakeem Olajuwan
    8. LeBron James
    9. Larry Bird
    10. Kobe Bryant
    11. Bill Russell
    12. Oscar Robertson
    13. Moses Malone
    14. Jerry West
    15. Julius Erving
    16. David Robinson
    17. Charles Barkley
    18. Kevin Garnett
    19. Karl Malone
    20. Dirk Nowitzki
    21. Bob Pettit
    22. Dwyane Wade
    23. John Havlicek
    24. Patrick Ewing
    25. Scottie Pippen
    26. Elgin Baylor
    27. John Stockton
    28. Clyde Frazier
    29. Rick Barry
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    Last edited by ManRam; 09-10-2014 at 05:53 PM.

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    It's going to be the same the argument with people claiming Bird>James and Kobe>James, etc,. I don't think this is necessary. We can all agree with the top 4 but from then on, I think things will get ugly.

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    nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlashBolt View Post
    It's going to be the same the argument with people claiming Bird>James and Kobe>James, etc,. I don't think this is necessary. We can all agree with the top 4 but from then on, I think things will get ugly.
    That's fine. We'll see.

    The last time around this very thread had 1,281 posts in it

    http://forums.prosportsdaily.com/sho...rs-of-All-Time

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    Overall I think the list is pretty good and it is close to mine (has the tiers exactly).

    I personally would probably move magic down actually, but he has been at 4 on my list before (never know where to place him, could be any where within 4-7 tier Shaq, Duncan, Hakeem, Magic).

    Then I would move Kobe up to 8 and Lebron/Bird down one each probably.

    I also can understand why some would dislike that Russell is at 11 but that is where I have him as well. He is the first person chosen to not have a great offensive game. I can't argue with anyone who has him higher as I have seen the least of his career compared to any others on the list, just my opinion.

    Those are the only differences I have with the list compared to my own.

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    Where Does LBJ Truly Rank

    This is the most lopsided argument. You have people who have in in the bottom half of the top 10(Which is where he is ranked) you got some that`ll rank him top 5 even though he`s not really there at this point in his career. Then you have non-objective people who are influenced by Skip Bayless that won`t even have him at top 10 and will have him low as 15 to 20. So I want no stans, Kobetards or dikkridders in this page. Honestly where does Lebron rank all time.

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    Wow it's been about a week since there was a Kobe v Lebron thread. This is really innovative Bro. Good job on your unprecedented offensive language and labeling as well.

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    6-8 hes not top 5 yet

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    Higher than Latrell Sprewell, lower than Michael Jordan.


    His ranking is controversial because some people rightfully hold against him his 'spoiled' route in the NBA versus adversity (always leaves) and competition (weakest east ever, stacked team up) that nearly every other great had to face.. It's not special to see someone always needing an advantage.

    For me the way I picture how Dirk won his ring is as great as if the Heat won 4 their way.

    But we still have some seasons before this is even worth discussing. Anything can happen then good or bad.

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    I had him at 10 with Russel
    Yo Kobe, get at me bro, we'd have a good time, man

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    Why do people bother....Just judge him by his career when it is over. Until then it is incomplete.

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    5 ish for me. Barring complete collapse top 3 is pretty much guaranteed.
    Quote Originally Posted by nycericanguy View Post
    well unfortunately it looks like you were right about Bargs...

    but hopefully we can use his expiring, if not at least we unloaded Novak's deal...

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    The bright minds at PSD have him ranked 8th as a concensus.

    http://forums.prosportsdaily.com/sho...7#post28837457

    It's probably about fair. I probably have him at 8 or 9. I think he's ahead of Bird, but I'm not sure I can put him above Russell or even Kobe yet just because of longevity purposes. He clearly bests Kobe in terms of peak play, but if we're judging careers I do think Kobe has the edge because of the length of it.

    Bring a ring to Cleveland and he'll jump. Bring two and he'll leap frog a lot of players. His career is still going, but I think top-10 player is pretty much consensus. He's had as good of a 5-6 year run as just about anyone not named Jordan

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    I put him right around #10 and if he wins in Cleveland he moves into everyone's top 5. Seriously it will be no debate on that

    #KNICKS TAPED PLAYOFFS 2013

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    Where Does LBJ Truly Rank

    His ranking is incomplete

  18. 07-30-2014, 10:54 AM
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