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Old 07-13-2010, 03:25 AM   #1
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Default Top Five Players each Position 2010-2011 NBA Season

Here is my list for top five players for each positon next year.

Point Guard Ranking
1. Chris Paul 21ppg 11apg 4rpg 2spg 48fg%
2. Deron Williams 20ppg 10apg 3rpg 47fg%
3. Derrick Rose 22ppg 9apg 3rpg 50fg%
4. Steve Nash 16ppg 11apg 2rpg 51fg%
5. Russell Westbrook 18ppg 9apg 5rpg 45fg%

Shooting Guard Ranking
1. Dwayne Wade 21ppg 5apg 4rpg 2spg 1bpg 49%
2. Kobe Bryant 25ppg 4apg 4rpg 1spg 44fg%
3. Tyreke Evans 23ppg 6apg 6rpg 2spg 48fg%
4. Brandon Roy 22ppg 5rpg 4apg 1spg 44fg%
5. Monta Ellis 22ppg 4apg 3rpg 1spg 45%

Small Foward
1. Lebron James 20ppg 9rpg 8apg 1spg 1bpg 51fg%
2. Carmelo Anthony 29ppg 7rpg 3apg 1spg 46fg%
3. Kevin Durant 28ppg 8rpg 3apg 1spg 1bpg 48fg%
4. Danny Granger 23ppg 6rpg 2apg 1bpg 45fg%
5. Rudy Gay 22ppg 6rpg 2apg 1spg 1bpg 47fg%

Power Foward
1. Chris Bosh 18ppg 10rpg 2apg 2bpg 53fg%
2. Pau Gasol 17ppg 10rpg 2apg 1pg 52fg%
3. Dirk Nowitzki 23ppg 8rpg 1aog 49fg%
4. Al Jefferson 20ppg 10rpg 1bpg 51fg%
5. Josh Smith 16ppg 8rpg 4apg 2spg 2bpg 45fg%
5b. Amare Stoudmire 22ppg 9rpg 1bpg 49fg%

Center
1. Dwight Howard 23ppg 12rpg 1apg 2bpg 59fg%
2. Andrew Bogut 16ppg 11rpg 2bpg 54fg%
3. Brook Lopez 20ppg 10rpg 1bpg 50fg%
4. Tim Duncan 16ppg 10rpg 1bpg 52fg%
5. Marc Gasol 16ppg 11rpg 1bpg 56fg%

What do u guys think. Make your own list
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Old 07-13-2010, 03:29 AM   #2
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PGs look ok, but get Nash out of there and put in John Wall.
Kobe>Wade at SG.
Swap Durant and Melo at SF.
Bosh is not that high at PF. He is only gonna get 9 shots a game (Lebron said this).
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PGs look ok, but get Nash out of there and put in John Wall.
Kobe>Wade at SG.
Swap Durant and Melo at SF.
Bosh is not that high at PF. He is only gonna get 9 shots a game (Lebron said this).

John Wall is gonna be a stud but he didnt even play a NBA game yet

Wade is better imo

Why Melo is better

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Old 07-13-2010, 03:35 AM   #4
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joe johnson is better than monta ellis, and boozer is better than josh smith. and deron williams is better than CP3 in my opinion
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Old 07-13-2010, 03:41 AM   #5
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Derrick Rose is not a better basketball player than Steve Nash. Unless this is like a predictive thing where you're predicting Nash to have some huge drop-off in production.
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Old 07-13-2010, 03:43 AM   #6
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John Wall is gonna be a stud but he didnt even play a NBA game yet

Wade is better imo

Why Melo is better

LOL

It's your prediction, no? If you think Wall is gonna be a stud, why not predict that he will be better than a 36 year old Nash that just lost his top scorer? Nash is a great player, but I think the decline starts now.

I hate Kobe, but he is still better than Wade. With Wade/Lebron out of MVP contention(they cancel each other out), don't be surprised to see Kobe get another MVP if he is healthy. He is only 32 years old.

I love Carmelo Anthony, but if Karl is not healthy he is gonna have a down year and leave the team. Durant is only getting better. Expect him to be in serious MVP talk too.
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Old 07-13-2010, 04:08 AM   #7
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I don't really care for stat predictions but here is my list:

Point Guard:
Chris Paul
Deron Williams
Derrick Rose
Rajon Rondo
Steve Nash

Shooting Guard:
Kobe Bryant
Dwayne Wade
Brandon Roy
Tyreke Evans
Joe Johnson

Small Forward:
LeBron James
Kevin Durant
Carmelo Anthony
Danny Granger
Gerald Wallace

Power Forward:
Dirk Nowitzki
Chris Bosh
Pau Gasol
Amare Stoudemire
Carlos Boozer

Center:
Dwight Howard
Tim Duncan
Brook Lopez
Andrew Bogut
Andrea Bargnani
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joe johnson is better than monta ellis, and boozer is better than josh smith. and deron williams is better than CP3 in my opinion

When i watched JJ against Orlando i seen how shit he was so Monta>>>>>>>>>>>JJ. Josh Smith is better all around player. LOL
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Derrick Rose is not a better basketball player than Steve Nash. Unless this is like a predictive thing where you're predicting Nash to have some huge drop-off in production.

How explain. Derrick Rose is the shit watching his passing game is gonna be show again look out!!
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It's your prediction, no? If you think Wall is gonna be a stud, why not predict that he will be better than a 36 year old Nash that just lost his top scorer? Nash is a great player, but I think the decline starts now.

I hate Kobe, but he is still better than Wade. With Wade/Lebron out of MVP contention(they cancel each other out), don't be surprised to see Kobe get another MVP if he is healthy. He is only 32 years old.

I love Carmelo Anthony, but if Karl is not healthy he is gonna have a down year and leave the team. Durant is only getting better. Expect him to be in serious MVP talk too.

True.

No.

How. Dide u see the playoffs against Utah. He was a beast but his team was wack.
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Old 07-13-2010, 04:31 AM   #11
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When i watched JJ against Orlando i seen how shit he was so Monta>>>>>>>>>>>JJ. Josh Smith is better all around player. LOL
Joe had a bad playoff series yes, but judging him on 4 games is foolish, especially considering Ellis's team didn't even sniff the playoffs. Plus, Monta is averaging 8ppg for his career in the playoffs, soooo....
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Old 07-13-2010, 04:31 AM   #12
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All my top 5's summed up in 1 right here

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Old 07-13-2010, 04:34 AM   #13
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Since when did you guys start to think Tyreke Evans was a SG he might play like one but no hes a PG.
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Joe had a bad playoff series yes, but judging him on 4 games is foolish, especially considering Ellis's team didn't even sniff the playoffs. Plus, Monta is averaging 8ppg for his career in the playoffs, soooo....

Playing wit a bunch of d-leaguers vs playing nba talent who wins?

He didnt have a big role
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Since when did you guys start to think Tyreke Evans was a SG he might play like one but no hes a PG.

shooting guard in my eyes
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