I'm not sure if your list is some sort of joke, but Howard should be a consensus top 5. Gasol and Anthony have no business being in the top 10 and Nash being anywhere near a top 15 is laughable. I'm not too high on Roy, either. He's a hype machine.
Howard should be a consensus top 5
Nash should be nowhere near the top 10 or even 15 for that matter
Gasol and Anthony have no business being in the top 10 and Roy shouldn't really crack the top 10, either
are you on drugs?
here are mine based on this year only:
1. Kobe Bryant
2. Lebron James
3. Carmelo Anthony
4. Dirk Nowitzki
5. Dwight Howard
6. Dwyane Wade
7. Chris Paul
8. Kevin Durant
9. Chris Bosh
10. Steve Nash
Dwight is a glorified, lottery winner's Kendrick Perkins. Good defender, elite rebounder, plays with a lot of energy... but I can't help but feel he is greatly overrated. yeah, his rebound numbers are off the charts... but its not like he is fighting Vince Carter and Rashard Lewis for the boards... I'm just sayin
Gasol is the most well-rounded big man in the game, and probably the most efficient. he is a good, underrated defender, a good rebounder, an efficient scorer with a wide array of post moves, great hands, and excellent passing skills and court vision. Best big man in the game.
Brandon Roy, while struggling this year, is the type of player I'd want to build a team around. smart, good ballhandler, solid shooter, good passer, and a leader. sure, he doesnt score at the clip of potential 'top 10 replacements' like, say... Joe Johnson or Danny Granger, but it is clear to me that he brings more to the table.
I like it. I havent seen Bosh play much, but his numbers are really good. What is his game like?
Offensively, like a better younger version of KG, but not as good passing. Defensively, he is horrible. He literally back pedals as players approach him and limbos out of the way of dunk and lay up attempts. It is kind of weird. I guess he's afraid of foul trouble or afraid of getting hurt or something. I'm not sure.