The Five Best Former NBA Players Turned Analysts

June 21st, 2010 by James Wong Leave a reply »
With the 2010 NBA Playoffs finally coming to a close, basketball fans enter into a period of vast speculation, transaction and discussion. For any keen hoops fan this week is NBA Draft Week, and what will follow come July 1 will be arguably the greatest free-agent signing period in NBA History. While there will be no live games to watch, fans of the NBA will be tuning in to listen to their favorite NBA analysts and commentators give their take on the moves that are going down as well as all the latest rumors. This presentation highlights the very best former NBA players who continued their passion for basketball by becoming analysts following retirement. Please note that this is the best players who are now analysts, they are not being judged on their skills as analysts but rather during their playing days. Disclaimer—I apologize in advance if I have omitted any players who you feel fit the bill of being in this article. There are a lot of players who have been analysts or served as substitute analysts (e.g. Scottie Pippen) and it was a difficult process to narrow the list down. Begin Slideshow


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