NBA Goes Green: Basketball’s Top 10 Hybrids

July 14th, 2010 by Dani Caplan Leave a reply »
The economy is rough. Pollution is rampant. There is one solution that assists the end of both issues: hybrids. 

The NBA got the memo, and have plenty of hybrids of their own. The Combo Guard (PG/SG), the Combo Forward (SF/PF), and the Point Forward.  These hybrid players give teams a chance to get the most bang for their buck, which is crucial in such a recession. 

Here is a look at the top ten hybrid players in the NBA.

Honorable Mention: Jason Terry, Rodney Stuckey, Channing Frye, Brando Roy, and Russel Westbrook.


10.  Jeff Green

Green has tools to play both forward positions.  He is tall, tough, and a good rebounder, which all help his ability to play the Power Forward position.  In terms of his Small Forward skills, he can shoot from long distance and he has some handles.  Another sign of his efficiency is his comparatively low price, at $3.5 million per year.


9.  Jamal Crawford

Crawford is predominantly a Shooting Guard due to his scoring ability, but he has played some point in crunch-time.  His ...

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