The Best Of The Decade in The NBA

December 30th, 2009 by Shady Botros Leave a reply »
As New Year’s Eve is approaching us, the decade is coming to a close. The NBA has seen a decade that has witnessed many up and downs including various events and various players, from the malice at the palace to the complete 360 society has made towards Kobe Bryant going from infidel to the current number one selling jersey. The NBA has seen its own share of controversy and greatness. However, some questions need to be answered. Here’s my take on the best of the decade in the NBA.


Who was the player of the decade?

The player of the decade was personally the toughest award to decide. It came down to three players: Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, and Shaquille O’Neal. Prior to this year I would give the award to Tim Duncan hands down. He has two MVPs to Kobe’s one and three finals MVPs to Kobe’s one. However, Kobe has shortened the gap by winning the title as the top dog, leading the Los Angeles Lakers to their first title in seven years. However. Tim Duncan is the player of the decade.

As for Shaq, he has now left four teams all on bad terms and while Shaq has been the most dominant post presence of the de ...

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