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https://plus.google.com/105264461113280828824 Basketball Info Fan : Team 1: PG: Russell Westbrook. SG: Vince Carter. SF: LeBron James. PF: Karl Malone. C: Wilt Chamberlain...
Team 1:

PG: Russell Westbrook.
SG: Vince Carter.
SF: LeBron James.
PF: Karl Malone.
C: Wilt Chamberlain.

Team 2:

PG: Oscar Robertson.
SG: Jerry West.
SF: Larry Bird.
PF: Tim Duncan.
C: Bill Russell.
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https://plus.google.com/109528077597915911104 James Power : How would you agree with my top 15 Rebounders ever 15. Dwight Howard 14. Elvin Hayes 13. Dikembe Mutombo...
How would you agree with my top 15 Rebounders ever
15. Dwight Howard
14. Elvin Hayes
13. Dikembe Mutombo
12. Karl Malone
11. David Robinson
10. Ben Wallace
9. Kareem Abdul-Jabar
8. Tim Duncan
7. Shaquille O'Neal
6. Hakeem Olajuwon
5. Charles Barkley
4. Moses Malone
3. Bill Russell
2. Dennis Rodman
1. Wilt Chamberlain
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https://plus.google.com/104209627774270871351 Brian Bearden : Wilt Chamberlain, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Andre the Giant on set of Conan the Destroyer
Wilt Chamberlain, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Andre the Giant on set of Conan the Destroyer
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https://plus.google.com/110647269350879387609 FEAR KCP : Kevin Garnett > Tim Duncan ["Tim Duncan has better career averages"] That's because Kevin Garnett ...
Kevin Garnett > Tim Duncan

["Tim Duncan has better career averages"]

That's because Kevin Garnett
1. Was benched his rookie season (1996)
2. Had to defer to Tom Gugliotta (1997, 1998)
3. Had to defer to Paul Pierce and Ray Allen (2008-2013)
4. Injured for half of a season (2009)
5. Only played 18 minutes per game after his run with Boston (2014-2016)

A better way to compare them is when they're both put in the same circumstances, first option in prime:

From 2000 to 2007 (Age 23 to age 30):

Kevin Garnett
22.5 PPG, 12.7 RPG, 5.0 APG, 55.1% TS
Tim Duncan
21.6 PPG, 11.8 RPG, 3.2 APG, 55.2% TS

When put in similar circumstances Garnett comes out with the higher PPG-RPG-APG, I will be going more in depth below

Scoring/Efficiency:
As you can see above, Garnett scored more than Duncan when they were both first options.

It's no debate that Garnett is a better and more skilled offensive player than Duncan. Duncan couldn't face up, spot up, or stretch the floor as well as Garnett.

Garnett had better footwork which enabled him to be more versatile offensively and do things Duncan couldn't, he had the turnaround fade-away, step back jumper, and could use his reverse pivot to penetrate. After watching a lot of film, the only thing I seen Duncan do which was somewhat versatile was his reverse pivot in the mid-post which always led to a bank shot.

“Offensively, he has that wonderful turnaround jump shot and those follow-ups around the basket. He’s one of those guys who, because of his size and athletic ability, creates real difficult defensive matchups.”
—Jerry West

Duncan only has a very slight and insignificant advantage in TS%. One can argue that Garnett was still more efficient when you factor in shot difficulty:

Average shot distance:
KG: 11 ft
TD: 7 ft

Duncan shot 4 feet closer but was only 0.1% more efficient (TS%)

2000-2007, mid-range FG% (10-16 ft):
KG: .464
TD: .409
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Tim Duncan plays in a system that makes you efficient which inflates his FG%/TS% stats. Here are some examples:

LaMarcus Aldridge
Season prior to joining Spurs: .466 FG%
First season playing for Spurs: .513 FG%

Boris Diaw
Season prior to joining Spurs: .492 FG%
First season playing for Spurs: .539 FG%

Marco Belinelli
Season prior to joining Spurs: .395 FG%
First season playing for Spurs: .485 FG%

Here are some examples of players FG% dropping after leaving the Spurs:

Tiago Splitter
Season prior to leaving Spurs: .558 FG%
Season after leaving Spurs: .523 FG%

Aaron Baynes
Season prior to leaving Spurs: .566 FG%
Season after leaving Spurs: .505 FG%

So if it wasn't clear enough before, it should be by now; Garnett is much more efficient, the Spurs system just closes the gap significantly for Duncan.
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The offensive structure Kevin Garnett was placed in was Flip Saunders' Hawk Offense which promoted ball movement and mid-range shooting.

This means
- Less inside touches and easy shots for Garnett
- Less free throw attempts for Garnett

Has less opportunity in two big aspects of scoring yet still comes out as a better first option scorer than Duncan

Rebounding:
Kevin Garnett led the league in rebounds four years in a row during Tim Duncans prime (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007). Tim Duncan never led the league at anything in any year, let alone rebounds.

This is despite the fact that Garnett played in the Hawk offense which always required him to stay out in the perimeter, meaning less opporutinity to get offensive rebounds.

Passing:
This is what separates the two players, their ability to pass and make plays for their teammates.

Kevin Garnett holds the record for most 5+ APG seasons by a PF/C, just above Wilt Chamberlain (4), and Kareem (3). Tim Duncan has never had a season averaging more than 3 APG despite playing with Tony Parker who isn't much a of a playmaker.

AST:TO ratio is a basketball statistic used to put a player’s number of assists in context with the number of turnovers they have caused, the higher the number the better.

Kevin Garnett (2000-2007): 1.80
Tim Duncan (2000-2007): 1.14

“His know-how for the game, his feel for the game—that’s something you can’t teach. You either got it or you don’t. He’s got it.”
—Magic Johnson on Kevin Garnett's passing ability

“He’s one of the most unselfish go-to guys I’ve ever seen. He’s a classic.”
—Former teammate Joe Smith

The Hawk Offense also has a negative impact on APG for big men. Bill Lambeer and Dennis Rodman played in Chuck Daly's Hawk Offense and couldn't get more than 2 APG, their best seasons in APG came before and after they were coached by Chuck Daly.

Another example is Lamar Odom who played under Rudy Tomjanovich Hawk Offense for 33 games in 2005, in those 33 games he averaged 2.7 APG. After Rudy got fired, Odom averaged 4.9 APG.

Defense:
Before I go in depth on their defense, I would like to say that SPG and BPG do not determine who plays better defense. Steals and blocks are just small aspects of defense. Advanced statistics like DWS and DBPM also cannot measure individual defense, those stats are based solely on how much the opponent team scores while you're on the court, it does not specify on one-on-one match-ups.

On defense Kevin Garnett covered A LOT more ground, in his prime he could guard 1-5 effectively and not just for small spurts either. His lateral movement was much quicker compared to the slow footed Duncan, this enabled him to contain guards coming off screens with ease which disrupted the opponents offensive sets.

There hasn't been a better big man pick-and-roll defender than Garnett, ever. On high pick-and-rolls he could hedge, then jump out and slow down the point guard's progress, something Duncan and other big men couldn't do. Since Duncan couldn't do this, or do it as effectively, he usually sagged back into the paint sometimes dropping too low which, more often than not, gave guards room to penetrate or a wide open shot. However, when Garnett sagged back he was quick enough and smart enough to never drop too low, this forced the ball back to the rolling man and after that Garnett would slide a few steps across the lane to recover.

Coach Thibs, a defensive minded coach, has a defensive strategy called 'ICE' which is used to defend the pick-and-roll. He has gone on record saying that Garnett executes it perfectly.

This is why he's a better overall defender, his defense is not limited to just the post or interior like Duncan's, he could step out into the perimeter and play solid defense in isolated possessions.

One more thing I'd like to address is rim protection, people make it seem like Duncan is a far better rim protector than Garnett when in reality they're pretty close. When Garnett came to Boston in 2008, his coaches told him to focus more on rim protection and not be a be-all defender too much. The outcome? He won a DPOY at the end of the season.


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https://plus.google.com/112854428205017285020 dan t : Kevin Garnett > Tim Duncan ["Tim Duncan has better career averages"] That's because Kevin Garnett ...
Kevin Garnett > Tim Duncan

["Tim Duncan has better career averages"]

That's because Kevin Garnett
1. Was benched his rookie season (1996)
2. Had to defer to Tom Gugliotta (1997, 1998)
3. Had to defer to Paul Pierce and Ray Allen (2008-2013)
4. Injured for half of a season (2009)
5. Only played 18 minutes per game after his run with Boston (2014-2016)

A better way to compare them is when they're both put in the same circumstances, first option in prime:

From 2000 to 2007 (Age 23 to age 30):

Kevin Garnett
22.5 PPG, 12.7 RPG, 5.0 APG, 55.1% TS
Tim Duncan
21.6 PPG, 11.8 RPG, 3.2 APG, 55.2% TS

When put in similar circumstances Garnett comes out with the higher PPG-RPG-APG, I will be going more in depth below

Scoring/Efficiency:
It's no debate that Garnett is a better and more skilled offensive player than Duncan. Duncan couldn't face up, spot up, or stretch the floor as well as Garnett.

Garnett had better footwork which enabled him to be more versatile offensively and do things Duncan couldn't, he had the turnaround fade-away, step back jumper, and could use his reverse pivot to penetrate. After watching a lot of film, the only thing I seen Duncan do which was somewhat versatile was his reverse pivot in the mid-post which always led to a bank shot.

“Offensively, he has that wonderful turnaround jump shot and those follow-ups around the basket. He’s one of those guys who, because of his size and athletic ability, creates real difficult defensive matchups.”
—Jerry West

Duncan only has a very slight and insignificant advantage in TS%. One can argue that Garnett was still more efficient when you factor in shot difficulty:

Average shot distance:
KG: 11 ft
TD: 7 ft

Duncan shot 4 feet closer but was only 0.1% more efficient (TS%)

2000-2007, mid-range FG% (10-16 ft):
KG: .464
TD: .409
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tim Duncan plays in a system that makes you efficient which inflates his FG%/TS% stats. Here are some examples:

LaMarcus Aldridge
Season prior to joining Spurs: .466 FG%
First season playing for Spurs: .513 FG%

Boris Diaw
Season prior to joining Spurs: .492 FG%
First season playing for Spurs: .539 FG%

Marco Belinelli
Season prior to joining Spurs: .395 FG%
First season playing for Spurs: .485 FG%

Here are some examples of players FG% dropping after leaving the Spurs:

Tiago Splitter
Season prior to leaving Spurs: .558 FG%
Season after leaving Spurs: .523 FG%

Aaron Baynes
Season prior to leaving Spurs: .566 FG%
Season after leaving Spurs: .505 FG%

So if it wasn't clear enough before, it should be by now; Garnett is much more efficient, the Spurs system just closes the gap significantly for Duncan.

Rebounding:
Kevin Garnett led the league in rebounds four years in a row during Tim Duncans prime (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007). Tim Duncan never led the league at anything in any year, let alone rebounds. 2004 can be excused since Duncan had to play along side David Robinson, however, in 2005-2007 he had no one to share the rebounding load with yet still couldn't out-rebound KG.

Passing:
This is what separates the two players, their ability to pass and make plays for their teammates.

Kevin Garnett holds the record for most 5+ APG seasons by a PF/C, just above Wilt Chamberlain (4), and Kareem (3). Tim Duncan has never had a season averaging more than 3 APG despite playing with Tony Parker who isn't much a of a playmaker.

AST:TO ratio is a basketball statistic used to put a player’s number of assists in context with the number of turnovers they have caused, the higher the number the better.

Kevin Garnett (2000-2007): 1.80
Tim Duncan (2000-2007): 1.14

“His know-how for the game, his feel for the game—that’s something you can’t teach. You either got it or you don’t. He’s got it.”
—Magic Johnson on Kevin Garnett's passing ability

“He’s one of the most unselfish go-to guys I’ve ever seen. He’s a classic.”
—Former teammate Joe Smith
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https://plus.google.com/107280183953702301340 Jo Taz Dvl. : On this day: At 12th September of 1984, Michael Jordan signed a seven-year contract to play basketball...
On this day:
At 12th September of 1984, Michael Jordan signed a seven-year contract to play basketball with the Chicago Bulls. ‘Air’ Jordan became an NBA star for the Bulls and helped make the team a dominant force in the NBA.

Considered a remarkable force at both ends of the floor, “M.J.” ended a career of 15 seasons with a regular-season scoring average of 30.12 points per game, the highest in NBA history (ahead of Wilt Chamberlain’s 30.06). He won six NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls (during which he won all six NBA Finals MVP awards), won 10 scoring titles, and was league MVP five times. He was named to the All-NBA First Team 10 times, All-Defensive First Team nine times, and led the league in steals three times.

Since 1983, he has appeared on the front cover of Sports Illustrated a record 49 times, and was named the magazine’s “Sportsman of the Year” in 1991. In 1999, he was named “the greatest athlete of the 20th century” by ESPN, and placed second on the Associated Press list of top athletes of the century. His leaping ability, vividly illustrated by dunking from the foul line and other feats, earned him the nicknames “Air Jordan” and “His Airness.”

Although Brooklyn born, Jordan was bred in the more tranquil North Carolina. The son of Delores and James Jordan, he shared a special bond with his father, which included baseball being both of their first love. However, following his older brother, Larry, whom he idolized and was a spectacular athlete in his own right, Jordan began to play basketball.

He attended Laney High school in Wilmington, North Carolina, but as a 5-foot-11 skinny sophomore, he was cut from the varsity basketball team. The summer before his junior year, he grew to 6-foot-3 and began his path to superstardom. A Tar Heel at heart, the high school All-American attended the University of North Carolina. As a freshman, he played somewhat in the shadows of upperclassmen James Worthy and Sam Perkins.

However, he shone in the spotlight of the NCAA championship game against Georgetown and another great freshman, Patrick Ewing, whom Jordan would foil future NBA championships for as well. Jordan scored 16 points, grabbed nine rebounds and made the winning basket on a 16-foot jumper with 18 seconds in the game for the 63-62 victory.

As a sophomore, he was named College Player of the Year by The Sporting News. As a junior, he received that award again as well as the Naismith and Wooden Awards. After his junior year he was chosen with the third overall pick in the 1984 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls.

Jordan, coming off a gold medal performance at the 1984 Olympics, prospered in the pro game with a fabulous first season, earning the NBA Rookie of the Year Award. He averaged 28.2 ppg, (third behind Bernard King and Bird) 6.5 rpg and 5.9 apg. He also was selected to the All-NBA Second Team.

Perhaps more important, the Bulls improved to win 11 more games than in the season prior to his arrival and made it to the playoffs. Jordan averaged 29.3 ppg in the first round series, but the Bulls lost in four games to the Milwaukee Bucks.

In 1991, he won his first NBA championship with the Bulls, and followed that achievement with titles in 1992 and 1993, securing a "three-peat". Although Jordan abruptly retired from basketball before the beginning of the 1993–94 NBA season to pursue a career in baseball, he returned to the Bulls in March 1995 and led them to three additional championships in 1996, 1997, and 1998, as well as a then-record 72 regular-season wins in the 1995–96 NBA season. Jordan retired for a second time in January 1999, but returned for two more NBA seasons from 2001 to 2003 as a member of the Wizards.

Jordan played on two Olympic gold medal-winning American basketball teams: as a college player in the 1984 Summer Olympics, and in the 1992 Summer Olympics as a member of the original “Dream Team,” with other legends such as Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, Charles Barkley, Scottie Pippen, Karl Malone, John Stockton, David Robinson, and Patrick Ewing.

Jordan is also known for his product endorsements. He fueled the success of Nike's Air Jordan sneakers, which were introduced in 1985 and remain popular today. Jordan has also been connected with the Looney Tunes cartoon characters. A Nike commercial in the 1993 Super Bowl where he and Bugs Bunny played basketball against some Martians inspired the 1996 live action/animated movie "Space Jam", which starred Michael and Bugs in a fictional story set during his first retirement.

Jordan is a two-time inductee into the Basketball Hall of Fame, having been enshrined in 2009 for his individual career, and again in 2010 as part of the group induction of the 1992 United States men's Olympic basketball team ("The Dream Team"). He became a member of the FIBA Hall of Fame in 2015.

Since retirement, Jordan has kept himself busy by staying in shape, playing golf in celebrity charity tournaments, spending time with his family in Chicago, promoting his Jordan Brand clothing line, and riding motorcycles (a passion which he could not indulge in as a player, due to NBA contract restrictions).

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https://plus.google.com/110717103505944085980 Justin Brooks : Did you know Wilt Chamberlain, who was 7'1" had a dad who was 5'8" and a mom who was 5'9"?
Did you know Wilt Chamberlain, who was 7'1" had a dad who was 5'8" and a mom who was 5'9"?
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https://plus.google.com/109528077597915911104 James Power : How would you agree with my top 15 scorers in NBA history 15. Oscar Robertson 14. Magic Johnson 13. ...
How would you agree with my top 15 scorers in NBA history
15. Oscar Robertson
14. Magic Johnson
13. Hakeem Olajuwon
12. Karl Malone
11. Stephen Curry
10. LeBron James
9. Dirk Nowitzki
8. Kevin Durant
7. Allen Iverson
6. Shaquille O'Neal
5. Larry Bird
4. Kareem Abdul-Jabar
3. Wilt Chamberlain
2. Kobe Bryant
1. Michael Jordan
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https://plus.google.com/110451143040322449026 TyroneNBAFan : 20 GREATEST NBA PLAYERS EVER I use the word "greatest" loosely. It's really the top 20 players you'd...
20 GREATEST NBA PLAYERS EVER

I use the word "greatest" loosely. It's really the top 20 players you'd have the most confidence building around.

The least amount of weaknesses and biggest impact players in NBA history. They'd all compete/dominate in any era.

I guess this list could also be called the 20 most valuable players in NBA history.


1. Michael Jordan
2. LeBron James
3. Hakeem Olajuwon
4. Shaquille O'Neal
5. Magic Johnson

6. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
7. Larry Bird
8. Kobe Bryant
9. Tim Duncan
10. Wilt Chamberlain

11. David Robinson
12. Kevin Garnett
13. Karl Malone
14. Charles Barkley
15. Moses Malone

16. Dwyane Wade
17. Patrick Ewing
18. Kevin Durant
19. Chris Paul
20. Dirk Nowitzki


HONORABLE MENTION
Clyde Drexler
Russell Westbrook
Stephen Curry
Isiah Thomas
John Stockton
Gary Payton
Allen Iverson
Jason Kidd

This list is as close to 100% correct as you'll get on any top 20 list. 👍😌
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https://plus.google.com/107874152437462652229 KP Reggie : Best NBA player to attend The University of Kansas? Just to be clear this is the player who had the ...
Best NBA player to attend The University of Kansas?
Just to be clear this is the player who had the Best NBA career that went to Kansas.
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https://plus.google.com/105264461113280828824 Basketball Info Fan : Greatest single game Triple-Doubles in NBA history: 1) Russell Westbrook 2015 regular season: 49 points...
Greatest single game Triple-Doubles in NBA history:

1) Russell Westbrook 2015 regular season: 49 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists.

2) LeBron James 2016 finals: 27 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists.

3) Magic Johnson 1987 regular season: 34 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists.

4) Wilt Chamberlain 1968 regular season: 22 points, 25 rebounds and 21 assists.

5) Shaquille O'Neal 1993 regular season: 24 points, 28 rebounds and 15 blocks.

6) Vince Carter 2007 regular season: 46 points, 16 rebounds and 12 assists.

7) Tracy McGrady 2003 regular season: 46 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists.

8) Hakeem Olajuwon 1990 regular season: 29 points, 18 rebounds, 11 blocks and 9 assists.

9) Tim Duncan 2003 finals: 21 points, 20 rebounds, 10 assists and 8 blocks.

10) Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 1975 regular season: 50 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists.
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https://plus.google.com/105264461113280828824 Basketball Info Fan : Greatest single game Triple-Doubles in NBA history: 1) Russell Westbrook 2015 regular season: 49 points...
Greatest single game Triple-Doubles in NBA history:

1) Russell Westbrook 2015 regular season: 49 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists.

2) LeBron James 2016 finals: 27 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists.

3) Magic Johnson 1987 regular season: 34 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists.

4) Wilt Chamberlain 1968 regular season: 22 points, 25 rebounds and 21 assists.

5) Shaquille O'Neal 1993 regular season: 24 points, 28 rebounds and 15 blocks.

6) Vince Carter 2007 regular season: 46 points, 16 rebounds and 12 assists.

7) Tracy McGrady 2003 regular season: 46 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists.

8) Hakeem Olajuwon 1990 regular season: 29 points, 18 rebounds, 11 blocks and 9 assists.

9) Tim Duncan 2003 finals: 21 points, 20 rebounds, 10 assists and 8 blocks.

10) Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 1975 regular season: 50 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists.
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https://plus.google.com/105264461113280828824 Basketball Info Fan : Greatest single game Triple-Doubles in NBA history: 1) Russell Westbrook 2015 regular season: 49 points...
Greatest single game Triple-Doubles in NBA history:

1) Russell Westbrook 2015 regular season: 49 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists.

2) LeBron James 2016 finals: 27 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists.

3) Magic Johnson 1987 regular season: 34 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists.

4) Wilt Chamberlain 1968 regular season: 22 points, 25 rebounds and 21 assists.

5) Shaquille O'Neal 1993 regular season: 24 points, 28 rebounds and 15 blocks.

6) Vince Carter 2007 regular season: 46 points, 16 rebounds and 12 assists.

7) Tracy McGrady 2003 regular season: 46 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists.

8) Hakeem Olajuwon 1990 regular season: 29 points, 18 rebounds, 11 blocks and 9 assists.

9) Tim Duncan 2003 finals: 21 points, 20 rebounds, 10 assists and 8 blocks.

10) Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 1975 regular season: 50 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists.
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https://plus.google.com/101136449099063029473 VO Sofresh : Greatest single game Triple-Doubles in NBA history: 1) Russell Westbrook 2015 regular season: 49 points...
Greatest single game Triple-Doubles in NBA history:

1) Russell Westbrook 2015 regular season: 49 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists.

2) LeBron James 2016 finals: 27 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists.

3) Magic Johnson 1987 regular season: 34 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists.

4) Wilt Chamberlain 1968 regular season: 22 points, 25 rebounds and 21 assists.

5) Shaquille O'Neal 1993 regular season: 24 points, 28 rebounds and 15 blocks.

6) Vince Carter 2007 regular season: 46 points, 16 rebounds and 12 assists.

7) Tracy McGrady 2003 regular season: 46 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists.

8) Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 1975 regular season: 50 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists.

9) Magic Johnson 1985 finals: 20 points, 11 rebounds and 12 assists.

10) Magic Johnson 1982 finals: 13 points, 13 rebounds and 13 assists.
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https://plus.google.com/116279201355707690174 Wilt chamberlain Greatest ever not even close : Easily the most forgotten guy in history. No player revolutionixlzed the game like this man. Another...
Easily the most forgotten guy in history. No player revolutionixlzed the game like this man. Another exellent piece is wilt and elgin when the world was there playground just please read up on him and realize these guys were and should be in goat conversations wiylthout hesitation.
ESPN.com: Before Michael, there was Elgin
Before Michael, there was Elgin By Larry Schwartz Special to ESPN.com. It is possible that no forward ever performed with the offensive proficiency and flair that Elgin Baylor showed for the Lakers in the late 1950s and throughout the '60s. It just wasn't the number of points he scored; ...
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https://plus.google.com/113803029839179947286 Pelly Armstrong (Papi Chulo) : In a best of 7 series...which team has the best chance of winning ? Team CP3: Chris Paul Ray Allen ...
In a best of 7 series...which team has the best chance of winning ?

Team CP3:
Chris Paul
Ray Allen
Paul Pierce
Kevin Garnett
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Team Stockton:
John Stockton
Reggie Miller
Scottie Pippen
Dennis Rodman
Wilt Chamberlain

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https://plus.google.com/100583759298105459288 Kelvin Brandon : Flashback Friday is all about the legends of the game. These are two of the biggest legends, Wilt Chamberlain...
Flashback Friday is all about the legends of the game. These are two of the biggest legends, Wilt Chamberlain and Kareem Abdul Jabbar. 
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