Rick Barry, Hall of Famer
Elgin Baylor, Hall of Famer
Butch Beard, Former Nets coach
Walt Bellamy, Hall of Famer
Otis Birdsong, 4-time All-Star G
Bob Boozer, ’68 All-Star F
Allan Bristow, Former Hornets coach
Dee Brown, ’91 dunk contest champ
Herb Brown, Bobcats assistant coach
Don Chaney, 2-time NBA champion
Archie Clark, 2-time All-Star G
Doug Collins, 76ers coach
Bob Cousy, Hall of Famer
Dave Cowens, Hall of Famer
Mike D’Antoni, Knicks coach
Joe Dumars, Hall of Famer
Mike Dunleavy, Coached 4 NBA teams
Craig Ehlo, 14-year G/F
Mario Elie, 3-time NBA champion
Bill Fitch, 2-time coach of the year
Gar Forman, Bulls G.M.
Mike Fratello, ’85-86 coach of the year
Armen Gilliam, 13-year F
Manu Ginobili, Spurs G
Gail Goodrich, Hall of Famer
Richie Guerin, 6-time All-Star G
John Hammond, Bucks G.M.
Tim Hardaway, 5-time All-Star G
Al Harrington, Nuggets F
Hersey Hawkins, ’91 All-Star G
Tom Heinsohn, Hall of Famer
Bob Hill, Coached 4 NBA teams
Lionel Hollins, Grizzlies coach
Marc Iavaroni, Clippers assistant coach
Antawn Jamison, Cavaliers F
Avery Johnson, Nets coach
David Kahn, Timberwolves president of basketball operations
Greg Kelser, Pistons analyst
Steve Kerr, All-time 3-point pct. leader
Billy King, Nets G.M.
Frank Layden, Former Jazz coach
Fat Lever, 2-time All-Star G
Earl Lloyd, Hall of Famer
Dan Majerle, 3-time All-Star G/F
Derrick McKey, 15-year F
Earl Monroe, Hall of Famer
Daryl Morey, Rockets G.M.
Jeff Mullins, 3-time All-Star G/F
Mike Newlin, 11-year G/F
Jim O’Brien, Pacers coach
Robert Parish, Hall of Famer
Bob Pettit, Hall of Famer
Frank Ramsey, Hall of Famer
Jerry Reynolds, Kings director of player personnel
Arnie Risen, Hall of Famer
Doc Rivers, Celtics coach
David Robinson, Hall of Famer
Dave Robisch, 13-year ABA-NBA F/C
Gene Shue, 5-time All-Star G
Paul Silas, 2-time All-Star F/C
Rory Sparrow, 4,192 career assists
Damon Stoudamire, ’95-96 rookie of the year
Rod Strickland, ’97-98 assists leader
Jason Terry, Mavericks G
Mychal Thompson, 2-time NBA champion
Kelly Tripucka, 2-time All-Star G/F
Jack Twyman, Hall of Famer
Dick Van Arsdale, 3-time All-Star G/F
Tom Van Arsdale, 3-time All-Star G/F
Stan Van Gundy, Magic coach
Slick Watts, ’75-76 assists, steals leader
Jerry West, Hall of Famer
Jo Jo White, 7-time All-Star G
Lenny Wilkens, Hall of Famer
Pat Williams, Magic senior VP
It seems that people who watch the game and live in the NBA circle still think Lebron isn't quite the clear cut best player in the league?
At least 22 of them do. What makes those 22 wrong and the others right?
They also said Kidd is better than Westbrook, Blake isnt top 50 but Hedo is, and would anyone right now take Joe Johnson over Rose, or Antawn Jamison and his 11ppg on 40% shooting over Gerald Wallace and John Wall? Chris Paul is the 13th best player in the league and not a top 2 point?
We gonna call all those correct because we agree with some?
"Experts" like everyone else...have opinions that are all their own.
If Oscar robertson implies that Lebron and Jordan are equals or Lebron is better(He said that Lebron is on a level all his own after scoffing at the notion that Lebron isnt as good as Jordan) does his legend status mean im wrong if I say Jordan was better?
Do legend opinions only matter when you agree with them?
People are quick to point out that "____ thinks what I think" until it turns out that "____" also thinks Bob Petitt is top 6 all time. Then hes an old idiot.
In the end people only care what they think. Other peoples opinions are only worthwhile when they share them.