2010 NBA Playoffs: Tim Duncan Leads Current All-Time Power Forwards

May 5th, 2010 by Isaiah Montoya Leave a reply »
2010 was a strong year for power forwards, with three of my top 15 power forwards of all time still alive in the second round on the NBA Playoffs: Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett, and Pau Gasol.

Which led me to wonder, how do they rank all time? Where do Rasheed Wallace, Amare Stoudemire, and Antawn Jamison land on the list?

This list was made by me, using a formula I created where I took each of these players' best season ever; added rebounds + assists(times 2) + steals (guessed on before 1972 player defense stats*) + blocks (*) -(minus) turnovers - (minus) personal fouls +total points/(divided by)minutes played. This gave me the top 180 stat producing per-minute performers ever.

Then, I made a list of title wins and Finals appearances, and listed the 180 by that. Then I added the numbers on each chart and divided by two and these were the results. This gives props to players’ best individual seasons plus their career success.


Yes, it took a while, but if th ...

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