Top 10 Players of the Decade

March 1st, 2010 by Tristan Sather Leave a reply »
1. Kobe Bryant

I couldn't see anyone else going number one but Kobe Bryant. He has dominated the last decade, scoring 81 points, 1 MVP, 4 championships, and 1 Finals MVP. Kobe has that killer instinct. He has had the most points in the last decade and is the most complete player in the NBA. He has had multiple NBA All-Defensive team awards.

Some people that say Shaq did it all. Well, they are wrong. During the 2001 NBA playoffs Kobe averaged 29 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists. Kobe is an excellent clutch shooter, he has already hit 5 game winners this year. He is the closest thing to Jordan and there is no one else in the league that has the fade away or the killer instinct that Kobe has.


2. Shaquille O'Neal

Shaq is easily the best center in the last decade with 3 NBA finals MVP's and 1 regular season MVP. Shaq was an unstoppable force down low during the three peat. He averaged 30 points and 15 rebounds in the first championship. It was a joke when guys like Jarred Collins and Tom MacCulloch tried to guard Shaq.

All they could do was foul out. He would just have fun and dunk on people. That's what Cent ...

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