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Old 07-19-2008, 05:08 PM   #1
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Default TOP 10 POWER FORWARDS of the '90s

This one hasn't been done recently so ...


1. Karl Malone
2. Charles Barkley
3. Dennis Rodman
4. Shawn Kemp
5. Charles Oakley
6. Vin Baker
7. Chris Webber
8. Larry Johnson
9. Derrick Coleman
10. Kevin Willis


This one was pretty hard, the first four should be locks but the last 6 could go either way.

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Old 07-19-2008, 06:58 PM   #2
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Default Re: TOP 10 POWER FORWARDS of the '90s

1990-1996

1-Charles Barkley (1985-1996 Yes! )
2-Karl Malone
3-Derrick Coleman
4-Shawn Kemp
5-Kevin Willis
6-Dennis Rodman
7-Vin Baker
8-Larry Jhonson
9-Chris Webber
10-Otis Thrope (good mention to Charles Oakley)


1996-1999

1-Karl Malone
2-Tim Duncan
3-Charles Barkley
4-Chris Webber
5-Kevin Garnett
6-Dennis Rodman
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. etc


2000-2005

1-Tim Duncan
2-Kevin Garnett
3-Chris Webber
4-Kemp/Malone
5-Dennis Rodman
5-Kevin Garnett
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Old 07-19-2008, 07:19 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Sir Charles
1990-1996

1-Charles Barkley (1985-1996 Yes! )
2-Karl Malone
3-Derrick Coleman
4-Shawn Kemp
5-Kevin Willis
6-Dennis Rodman
7-Vin Baker
8-Larry Jhonson
9-Chris Webber
10-Otis Thrope (good mention to Charles Oakley)


1996-1999

1-Karl Malone
2-Tim Duncan
3-Charles Barkley
4-Chris Webber
5-Kevin Garnett
6-Dennis Rodman
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.
. etc


2000-2005

1-Tim Duncan
2-Kevin Garnett
3-Chris Webber
4-Kemp/Malone
5-Dennis Rodman
5-Kevin Garnett
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. etc

From 2000-2005 you think Shawn Kemp and Dennis Rodman were better than Kevin Garnet?
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Default Re: TOP 10 POWER FORWARDS of the '90s

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From 2000-2005 you think Shawn Kemp and Dennis Rodman were better than Kevin Garnet?

You are right. I messed up they are not

1996-1999

1-Karl Malone
2-Tim Duncan
3-Charles Barkley
4-Chris Webber
5-Kevin Garnett
6-Dennis Rodman
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. etc

2000-2005 is more like this :)

1-Tim Duncan
2-Kevin Garnett
3-Karl Malone/Webber
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Old 07-20-2008, 10:51 AM   #5
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Default Re: TOP 10 POWER FORWARDS of the '90s

1. Karl Malone - won his 2 MVPs later in the decade, which puts him ahead of Barkley for me, who aged quicker (everyone aged quicker than the Mailman)
2. Charles Barkley
3. Shawn Kemp
4. Dennis Rodman - not the all-around talent of the guys below him, but the best in the league at rebounding and defense (earlier in the decade)
5. Vin Baker - more healthy and durable during the decade than the following 3 guys
6. Derrick Coleman - should have been battling Malone for the #1 spot
7. Chris Webber
8. Larry Johnson - never the same after his first 2 seasons
9. Horace Grant - 3 rings puts him ahead of the next group
10-12. Kevin Willis, Charles Oakley, Otis Thorpe - solid guys
13. Anthony Mason - had a huge 16-12-6 season for Charlotte
14. Tom Gugliotta - a 20-9-4 guy for about 3 years
15. Cliff Robinson - not a rebounder, but a good scorer and defender. Sort of a sf/pf/c hybrid

Tim Duncan was great enough in 97/98, 98/99 and 99/00 (if that year counts) to place in the Top 5, but I wanted to give props to some other guys.
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Default Re: TOP 10 POWER FORWARDS of the '90s

christian laetner deserve to be somewhere there
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