Kevin Durant and the NBA’s 10 Best Players Three Seasons From Now

April 26th, 2010 by Bob Evans Leave a reply »
The NBA's top player is one of the most debated topics in all of professional sports. This debate usually begins and ends with two names: LeBron James and Kobe Bryant. But what happens when you throw a twist into the scenario? Who will be the top ten players in the NBA in three seasons? This scenario makes the top players in the NBA a little tougher to identify. Which is why I have enlisted the help of a home-made formula to determine who the top ten players in the NBA will be in three seasons. Let me get started by explaining the formula. This formula ranked 16 of the games' best players based on the following criteria: Current Age, Points, Rebounds, and Assists per game in the 2009-2010 season, Wins in 2009-2010, Intangibles, and Future growth potential. The Intangibles and Future growth potential categories were ranked by my personal feelings about each of the sixteen players selected. Each player was then assigned a numerical value (16 for high-1 for low) based on their ranking in each category. The highest point value that a player could receive is perfect 16s in seven categories, or 112 points. For the sake of argument, I did not include any players that were o ...

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