I have one on Gerald Wallace. I watched the Bobcats/Hawks game the other day, where he put up 4 blocks and 4 steals, along with 30 or so points. If he's just doing this because he's 10 games away from being a free agent, then fine; I'll find a new man-crush next year. In the meantime, I want him signed and traded to the Bucks. I'll give you Michael Redd for him.
Luke Walton: He can do a little bit of everything. Although I think he probably holds the record for being blocked the most times in a season, he makes offense run so much smoother. His ability to find the open man is Nash-esque.
Wade used to top my list, but the Finals sort of soured that for me. I still like him, but to tell the truth, I don't think I've watched a single Heat game this year other than vs. the Bucks.
Charlie Bell was another one for me last year, but this year he's been a different player. Half of it because he's a free agent trying to grab a big deal, and half of it because he's a bench player who's been forced into the starting lineup, shouldering more of the load than he should.
Nash I still like an awful lot.
Kobe I don't neccesarily like or dislike, but I watch him because of the jaw-dropping nature of what he can do.
Dwight Howard isn't that fun to watch yet, but I've got him in my queue. Probably next year.
Bogut gets honorable mention, because he's the type of player that I would love if he played to his potential (passing big men like Walton, Webber, Sabonis make the game so much fun to watch).