I don't base my game on an NBA player. I base it on the person I learned the game from, my cousin's. He learned from Chuck Hayes but physically we don't match up so the main thing from Chuck was the mentality.
I am compared to Tayshaun all the time although I'm playing point guard more and more so...
Although i don't necessarily base my game on anyone i like how chris pauls, steve nashs brandon jennings ricky rubios and john walls style of play and try to take a couple things from them(I'm a point guard)
I base my game on Andre Miller, solid mid-range game, not a great leaper but I can get to the cup and finish strong if I put my mind to it and I don't need much room to go up. I'm also fond of posting up smallers defenders when I get the chance.
My role on my team is different though, people sometimes call me the LeBron of the team. Now I don't have any illusions about the level of my game or my leaping abillity. What's similar is that on fast-breaks I'm usually the guy bringing the ball up and I also become a point-forward when our point-guard goes out. This allows me to take advantage of mismatches seeing as I can post smaller guards at 6'3" or blow by my usual defenders outside on the perimeter and pull in help and kick to our bigs/shooters.
Also similar between me and LeBron is that my outside shot is still a bit suspect ;)