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  • Charles Barkley

    4 8.16%
  • Rick Barry

    0 0%
  • Elgin Baylor

    0 0%
  • Clyde Drexler

    0 0%
  • Julius Erving

    7 14.29%
  • Kevin Garnett

    1 2.04%
  • Karl Malone

    3 6.12%
  • Moses Malone

    17 34.69%
  • Dirk Nowitzki

    1 2.04%
  • Scottie Pippen

    0 0%
  • David Robinson

    2 4.08%
  • John Stockton

    0 0%
  • Isiah Thomas

    0 0%
  • Dwyane Wade

    2 4.08%
  • Jerry West

    12 24.49%
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    PSD's Official #13 Player of All Time

    Voting for #12 has concluded and PSD's Official #12 NBA Player of all time is....

    Oscar Robertson

    25.7 PPG / 7.5 RPG / 9.5 APG / .485 FG / 23.2 PER / 189.2 WS

    Achievements:

    12 time All-Star
    1971 NBA Champion
    1 Time MVP
    3 Time All-Star Game MVP
    Lead the League in Assists 7x
    Lead the League in Points 1x
    181 Career Triple Doubles


    Voting

    Oscar Robertson 20
    Moses Malone 11
    Julius Erving 5
    Jerry West 5
    Dwyane Wade 3
    Charles Barkley 2
    Karl Malone 2
    David Robinson 1
    John Stockton 1
    Rick Barry 0
    Elgin Baylor 0
    Clyde Drexler 0
    Kevin Garnett 0
    Dirk Nowitzki 0
    Scottie Pippen 0
    Isiah Thomas 0

    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

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    this has to be moses

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    Dr J...wow underrated

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    Julius Erving
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    david robinson

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    Moses.

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    Moses OR West and THEN Doctor J or someone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThuglifeJ View Post
    Dr J...wow underrated
    You cant be underrated when all the players ahead of you have a superior case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronz View Post
    Moses OR West and THEN Doctor J or someone.
    isiah thomas, dirk> dr j IMO

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    Moses Malone.

    3 league Mvps. Elite two-way player. Incredible longevity. Finals MVP of one of the most dominant playoff runs in nba history.

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    PSD's Official #13 Player of All Time

    IM I the only one who feels like Karl Malone should be number 13 or 14? That guy was monster, he just ran into Jordan
    Quote Originally Posted by bucketss View Post
    jordan is 2nd or 3rd when talking career but both magic and lebron are better all around players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ILLUSIONIST^248 View Post
    IM I the only one who feels like Karl Malone should be number 13 or 14? That guy was monster, he just ran into Jordan
    Karl Malone and David Robinson are two players who absolutely dominate statistically who are very difficult to properly gauge. based on the way people talk about Hakeem, you'd think he has Robinsons numbers. Based on the way people talk about Robinson, you'd think he has the numbers that Hakeem actually put up.

    fans who prioritize peak advanced statistics above all else have no choice but to put Robinson and Malone above other players still available. Robinson is one of the all time league leaders in WS/48 and Karl is 4th in WS all time if I'm not mistaken.

    they are two players who make us ask ourselves that interesting question. how much am I going to value advanced line? if you use advanced line as the basis of most arguments, you have to value Malone and Robinson. as posters on PSD we seems to collectively pretend like K Malones and Robinsons dominant advanced isn't as dominant as it actually is.

    they are the two best examples of why peak advanced needs to be taken with a grain of salt, and why it shouldn't be used as the end all. if its the end all, they should probably be sitting in our top ten.

    ...team success matters. no matter how smart we try to get with it, no matter how much we try to deny it. success and story arch are just as important.

    the NBA superstar is more important to his teams success then any other individual player in professional sports. more than the pitcher, more than the QB. because the NBA superstar is a two way player. they dominate both sides of the ball. i scoff when posters say championships are a team accomplishment and that players should get zero personal credit for their teams success. no singular athlete in team sports is more responsible for his teams success than the NBA GOAT level player, and to pretend like they shouldn't get a major tip of that hat for championships... well its just as ridiculous as saying that Karl Malone is top ten because of his advanced peak statistics.
    Last edited by Bruno; 07-25-2014 at 02:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruno View Post
    Karl Malone and David Robinson are two players who absolutely dominate statistically
    Until the playoffs roll around

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronz View Post
    Until the playoffs roll around
    touche. I champion the real season as much as anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruno View Post
    Karl Malone and David Robinson are two players who absolutely dominate statistically who are very difficult to properly gauge. based on the way people talk about Hakeem, you'd think he has Robinsons numbers. Based on the way people talk about Robinson, you'd think he has the numbers that Hakeem actually put up.

    fans who prioritize peak advanced statistics above all else have no choice but to put Robinson and Malone above other players still available. Robinson is one of the all time league leaders in WS/48 and Karl is 4th in WS all time if I'm not mistaken.

    they are two players who make us ask ourselves that interesting question. how much am I going to value advanced line? if you use advanced line as the basis of most arguments, you have to value Malone and Robinson. as posters on PSD we seems to collectively pretend like K Malones and Robinsons dominant advanced isn't as dominant as it actually is.

    they are the two best examples of why peak advanced needs to be taken with a grain of salt, and why it shouldn't be used as the end all. if its the end all, they should probably be sitting in our top ten.

    ...team success matters. no matter how smart we try to get with it, no matter how much we try to deny it. success and story arch are just as important.

    the NBA superstar is more important to his teams success then any other individual player in professional sports. more than the pitcher, more than the QB. because the NBA superstar is a two way player. they dominate both sides of the ball. i scoff when posters say championships are a team accomplishment and that players should get zero personal credit for their teams success. no singular athlete in team sports is more responsible for his teams success than the NBA GOAT level player, and to pretend like they shouldn't get a major tip of that hat for championships... well its just as ridiculous as saying that Karl Malone is top ten because of his advanced peak statistics.
    agreed 100% two stat sheet stuffing guys in the regular season who always came up short in the playoffs

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