If anybody needed another argument as to what makes LeBron James the very best player in the NBA today, re-watch the 2017 NBA Finals.
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No, Stephen Curry didn’t magically get worse last season. He simply adjusted his game because Kevin Durant was there. Have we forgotten 2016 already?
Is there a better jump-shooter to have in the NBA than Kevin Durant? It’s hard to argue otherwise. But, how does he compare to Stephen Curry?
Kawhi Leonard is in very rare company when it comes to one particular statistic. And, he’s only getting better offensively.
The Rockets decided to put Chris Paul next to James Harden and figure the rest out later. CP-3 is still Point God, but for how much longer?
Whenever you can be compared statistically to LeBron James favorably, you’re doing alright. So, what’s next for James Harden?
We will never again see the statistical feat that Russell Westbrook accomplished last season, but will he learn to adjust his game going forward?
In every single season since Giannis made his debut, he’s improved. But there are two more crucial areas that demand his focus.
Anthony Davis had five games last season in which the stat lines were unique to him. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg with how special he is.
Nobody in the NBA is better at creating open three-point shots for his teammates than John Wall. And, he just keeps getting better.
We thought 2016 Kyrie Irving was just taking a bunch of bad shots; that he was fortunate to make them. We were wrong, and his ability is what Boston needs.
Over the last 40 games of his 2016-17 NBA season, Karl-Anthony Towns posted scoring numbers the likes of which nobody has ever seen.
Jimmy Butler has added something to his game every single season he’s been here. Last year it was becoming an above average 3-point shooter. What’s next?
Guess what, NBA fans? Paul George has been underrated over the past year or two. That’s righta��underrated. Now, how did we let that happen?
Do you need more than one hand to count the amount of players that are as good at making their teammates better than Damian Lillard is?
Draymond Green is inarguably the most versatile non-LeBron player in the NBA, but there’s one thing that’s keeping him out of the Top 15 of this list.
Rudy Gobert’s arms, stretched out to the maximum, are two-and-half inches longer than Yao Ming. And, he knows exactly what to do with all of it.
On top of everything else DeMarcus Cousins is able to do, it took him just one offseason to learn how to shoot three-pointers well. One.