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Best player at each position all time?

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Russell?Wilt (depending on what you want)

Duncan

Lebron

Jordan

Magic

 

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Vlade Divac

Tony Kukoc

Tracy McGrady

Pete Maravich

Magic Jordan

 

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Russell

Duncan

Bird (maybe Lebron I will to get back to u on that in a couple of years)

Jordan *

Magic Johnson

* denotes best player all-time.

Second Team

Wilt

Karl Malone

Lebron James/Bird

Oscar Robertson

Bob Cousy

Honorable mentions

Hakeem

Shaq

Kareem

Kobe

West

Isaiah Thomas

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Kwame Brown

Brian Scalabrine

Smush Parker

Cleveland's Waterboy

David Stern

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You must squeeze Kurt Rambis in there somewhere.

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Team A

 

Wilt

Duncan

Bird

Jordan

Oscar Robertson

 

 

 

Team B

 

Russel

Malone

Erving Dr. J

Kobe

Magic Johnson

 

 

Team C

 

Kareem 

Kevin Garnett

Lebron James

Jerry West 

John Stockton 

 

Oscar played everything from PG to SF in his time, but I always consider him more a PG because of his passing skills. While with West most consider him a PG but he played off guard his first 7-8 years in the league and was more of a scorer for the Lakers. 

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Magic

Michael

Bird

Duncan

Chamberlain

 

I fully agree with that. Although for me Russell is right there with Chamberlain.

 

My second team would probably be:

 

PG: Oscar Robertson

SG: Kobe Bryant

SF: LeBron

PF: Karl Malone

CR: Russell / Chamberlain

 

It's also hard not to put Kareem up there with Russell and Chamberlain.

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