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  1. #1
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    Best Player since 2005 in the playoffs

    What would the top 10 look like since 2005?
    "Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships."
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    Thanks MJ-Bulls for the picture.

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    point guard: Chris Paul / Nash

    Shooting guard: Kobe / Wade

    Small forward: Lebron / Melo

    Power Forward: Duncan / Bosh

    Center: Dwight Howard / Yao Ming

    Honorary mention to Dirk and KG.

    I think that covers all the bases.

    Edit: ^ Read the thread as "since" the playoffs, so those would change a little. That's my overall best players since '05.
    Last edited by tredigs; 03-26-2010 at 12:10 AM. Reason: Reading comprehension fail

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    LOL Bosh! Dirk & KG (let alone other PF's) have had way more success (both personal & team) than Bosh in the Playoffs.

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    Bosh?????

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    Kobe Melo Dirk Duncan Lebron Wade Paul Nash Durant Howard no particular order

    Too Funny
    "I have my own identity ... The whole Michael thing does drive me nuts sometimes because people won't leave it alone. He's bald, I have hair. He's almost 40, I'm 22. Seriously though, I wish people would let it be and let me just be Kobe."--Kobe Bryant

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    And Tony Parker has arguably been the best PG in the Playoffs since 05.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xBLAMEITON24x View Post
    Kobe Melo Dirk Duncan Lebron Wade Paul Nash Durant Howard no particular order
    Durant hasn't even ever played a Playoff game in the NBA! Do you idiots even read the thread question???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bishnoff View Post
    LOL Bosh! Dirk & KG (let alone other PF's) have had way more success (both personal & team) than Bosh in the Playoffs.
    Totally missed the "in" the playoffs part. I read it as "since" the playoffs for some reason. I think Bosh has been the second best power forward overall over the past 5 years, obviously not in the playoffs. My bad.

    Same goes for all the other players I listed above, though most of them actually work for playoff success also.

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    1. Kobe
    2. Duncan
    3. Wade
    4. Lebron
    5. CP3
    6. Nash
    7. KG
    8. Dirk
    9. Dwight
    10. Yao
    Last edited by Raph12; 03-26-2010 at 02:45 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raph12 View Post
    1. Kobe
    2. Duncan
    3. Wade
    4. Lebron
    5. CP3
    6. Dirk
    7. Nash
    8. KG
    9. Dirk
    10. Dwight
    thought dirk was twice as good huh lol
    @paulpierce34 I told Wade I will **** his mom like how my man D. West did his mans. Thats why I got ejected
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    HaruSoul; Reason: Sanchez homer can't see that he is a POS qb
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    my list would be
    1. Wade
    2. Billups (Just Knows How To Win)
    3. Tony Parker/ Tim Duncan (Both Know How To Turn It On In The Playoffs)
    4. Kobe Bryant (Got Him This Low Because Until He Got Pau He Was Getting Knocked Out In The First Rounds)
    @paulpierce34 I told Wade I will **** his mom like how my man D. West did his mans. Thats why I got ejected
    Ignore List:
    AIMelo=KillaDUO; Reason: Makes up stories to protect the one he beats his meat to everynight(Melo)
    Chucky Woods; Reason: Packer Homer that just talks outta his Azz
    HaruSoul; Reason: Sanchez homer can't see that he is a POS qb
    Hustlenomics; Reason: Good luck debating with this Ronda homer
    nickdymez; Reason: Kobe/Laker homer but didn't even know how the Lakers got Kobe

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    http://www.82games.com/0809/playoffs/playoffs.htm

    ^Can use the left side to tab down over the last 5 years or so. As far as pure numbers go in the realm of self production vs. opponents production in the playoffs (and reg season) then LBJ is ahead by a wide margin.

    Being that James playoff numbers/clutch numbers/game winning shot numbers are consistently higher than anybody else in the NBA, along with the fact that he is arguably the best in the game period, and he has to be the #1 choice here.

    Beyond that, I'll scratch Bosh and keep the rest of my list the same I suppose.
    Last edited by tredigs; 03-26-2010 at 02:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JordansBulls View Post
    What would the top 10 look like since 2005?
    1. Kobe Bryant
    2. Tim Duncan
    3. Lebron James
    4. Dwayne Wade
    5. Dirk Nowitzki
    6. Kevin Garnett
    7. Steve Nash
    8. Paul Pierce
    9. Cp3
    10. Melo

    Honorable mentions: Dwight Howard, Deron Williams, Amare
    Last edited by Lakersfan2483; 03-26-2010 at 02:59 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JiffyMix88 View Post
    thought dirk was twice as good huh lol
    Fixed

    Super Bowl LIII: Los Angeles Rams vs Jacksonville Jaguars

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    even in a losing effort averaging 37 against the great tim duncan in the WCF's deserves some recognition right?

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