The NBA’s Top 10: Why Kobe Is Still the Best, and Who Could Join LeBron in 2010

December 9th, 2009 by John Frascella Leave a reply »
As a fan of the Nets and Knicks, I'm used to watching average-to-poor players contribute to losses on a near-nightly basis (though the Knicks have picked it up of late). That being said, it's fun to play the "what if?" game, dreaming of rooting for better teams with better players.

Well, there's a chance—though I'll always be skeptical—that my dreams could come true this offseason, when both of my teams will have the cap space necessary to land at least one of superstars on the open market. All of this discussion and analysis of the 2010 free agent class has led me to ask the following question: Where do these players rank in the grand scheme of the NBA?

The answers are in the following list...


Honorable Mentions (In No Particular Order)

Chris Bosh, PF/C, Toronto Raptors (Free Agent)

Danny Granger, SF, Indiana Pacers

Joe Johnson, SG, Atlanta Hawks (Free Agent)

Brandon Roy, SG, Portland Trail Blazers

Steve Nash, PG, Phoenix Suns


The Top 10

10. Kevin Durant, SG/SF, Oklahoma City Thunder

It was a tough ...

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