Sorry Tim Duncan Fans, Karl Malone is the Greatest Power Forward Ever

December 4th, 2009 by Mike B. Leave a reply »
Most people would claim Tim Duncan is the greatest power forward in NBA history, and that's pretty understandable.

Just look at what he's accomplished over his spectacular career with the San Antonio Spurs: four championships, three Finals MVP awards, two regular season MVP awards,  11 All-Star appearances, voted to 12 All-NBA Teams and 12 All-Defensive Teams.

Simply amazing.

Winning one championship is extremely difficult to do, let alone winning four. Think about all of the NBA legends who retired ring-less, such as Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, Elgin Baylor, and Karl Malone. 

Speaking of Malone, why don't people ever say he's the greatest power forward of all time?

Oh never mind, John Stockton did during his Hall of Fame speech a few months ago. But he had to say that since he played with Malone for 18 seasons. That's what teammates are supposed to do.

I personally believe Malone was better than Duncan. And I'm sure that I'm probably one of about ten people in the world who feel that way.

Malone enjoyed a brilliant 19-year career with the Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Lakers, winning two regula ...

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