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  • Charles Barkley

    5 11.63%
  • Rick Barry

    0 0%
  • Clyde Drexler

    0 0%
  • Elgin Baylor

    2 4.65%
  • Clyde Frazier

    0 0%
  • George Gervin

    0 0%
  • Kevin Garnett

    1 2.33%
  • John Havlicek

    0 0%
  • Karl Malone

    6 13.95%
  • Kevin McHale

    0 0%
  • George Mikan

    0 0%
  • Dirk Nowitzki

    4 9.30%
  • Chris Paul

    0 0%
  • Bob Pettit

    1 2.33%
  • Scottie Pippen

    1 2.33%
  • David Robinson

    20 46.51%
  • John Stockton

    0 0%
  • Isiah Thomas

    0 0%
  • Dwyane Wade

    3 6.98%
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    PSD's Official #16 Player of All Time

    Voting for #15 has concluded and PSD's Official #15 NBA Player of all time is....

    Julius Erving

    24.2 PPG / 8.5 RPG / 4.0 APG / .506 FG / 23.6 PER / 181.1 WS

    Achievements:

    16 time All-Star (5x ABA)
    1983 NBA Champion
    2x ABA Champion
    1x MVP, 3x ABA MVP
    4-Time 1st-Team All-ABA/ 5-Time 1st-Team All-NBA


    Voting

    Julius Erving 14
    Dwyane Wade 6
    David Robinson 6
    Dirk Nowitzki 3
    Elgin Baylor 2
    Charles Barkley 2
    Karl Malone 2
    Kevin Garnett 1
    Bob Pettit 1
    Scottie Pippen 0
    John Stockton 0
    Rick Barry 0
    Clyde Drexler 0
    Clyde Frazier 0
    George Mikan 0
    Isiah Thomas 0
    Kevin McHale 0
    John Havlicek 0
    Chris Paul 0
    George Gervin 0

    The List:

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

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    Sorry, I was in a rush this morning and didn't sift through the last thread for nominations. I will add them next time. Poll's open for three days again to get us to Monday.
    I no longer care about anything here except for the Entertainment Forum, which sucks; the Music forum, which sucks; and the Magic forum, which does NOT suck.

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    D-Rob basically had no flaws as a basketball player besides his mentality. Even so, dude had an amazing career. MVP, DPOY, multi-time All-Star, 2 time champion, scoring title, killer stats. He's got my vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRam View Post
    Sorry, I was in a rush this morning and didn't sift through the last thread for nominations. I will add them next time. Poll's open for three days again to get us to Monday.
    I forgive you.

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    Time to vote for one of the bigs I think.

    Chuck (technically small but he played huge) , Pettit, D-Rob, Dirk or KG.


    Wade and Elgin (half his career at least) should both be in the conversation, injuries muddled their careers.

    "It’s absolutely ludicrous” (to judge players based on whether they’ve won a title.)

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    For me, this is probably between Barkley, Robinson and Garnett. Dirk and Wade have a decent case here, but I wouldn't rank them ahead of the other three guys just yet. I want to see some legitimate debate before voting as this is probably the most difficult vote I've had to make thus far.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mightybosstone View Post
    For me, this is probably between Barkley, Robinson and Garnett. Dirk and Wade have a decent case here, but I wouldn't rank them ahead of the other three guys just yet. I want to see some legitimate debate before voting as this is probably the most difficult vote I've had to make thus far.
    Robinson was the best mix of offense and defense, had the best stats, and had the best team success. Now if I had to win one playoff game or series, I'm rolling with prime Barkley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamShaker View Post
    Robinson was the best mix of offense and defense, had the best stats, and had the best team success. Now if I had to win one playoff game or series, I'm rolling with prime Barkley.
    Remember this
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyFVKd2Nw-s


    Does he have the best mix come playoff time? Does longevity hold him back abit or did he play at a dominant level long enough to overlook that?

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    Vote: David Robinson
    Nominate: Patrick Ewing and/or Bill Walton

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    Honestly speaking, if we focus solely on the regular season, D-Rob is basically LeBron James on the Cavs. The kind of overwhelming talent that could carry absolutely abysmal casts to insane turnarounds. I would argue hes probably more influential considering his elite defense. He played at this level for about 7 years before succumbing to injury. Those are his most legacy shaping seasons, the wins came in the Duncan era, and we should focus on that as well, but there are 2 clear chapters of his career, pre and post back problems.


    The biggest problem with D-Rob isn't just that he declined, its that he got outplayed by the opposing teams post player in 5 successive post seasons, including by 2 of the very PF's still on this list. These weren't just any years either, these were his BEST years.

    "It’s absolutely ludicrous” (to judge players based on whether they’ve won a title.)

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    D-Rob has to go here

    If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.

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    Dirk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye15 View Post
    D-Rob has to go here
    Breakdown the best years by all those involved, how many of D-Rob's seasons stand tall?

    "It’s absolutely ludicrous” (to judge players based on whether they’ve won a title.)

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    It has to be David Robinson. He scored 71pts in the modern era of basketball in an era of great centers.

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    After looking at this i don't think D Rob is clear cut. Robinson played better defense but that is it.

    http://www.landofbasketball.com/play...d_robinson.htm

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