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LeBron James

NBA Season Preview: Best Small Forwards

Posted on 27 Oct, 2013, by in NBA

In what should be called ‘LeBron James and the rest,’ we take a look at the top 5 small forwards in the NBA heading into the 2013-2014 season, which will consist of the four-time MVP, Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Carmelo Anthony of the New York Knicks and two new players to our usual listings: Kawhi Leonard of the San Antonio Spurs and Nicolas Batum of the Portland Trail Blazers. More

James Harden

NBA Season Preview: Best Shooting Guards

Posted on 26 Oct, 2013, by in Featured

Our 2013-2014 NBA season preview continues with the best shooting guards in the league we’ll see this season. Despite the injuries, Dwyane Wade and Kobe Bryant are still among the best in the NBA, just slightly less. Contending with them are James Harden, who just might be above the rest already, and two players playing out of position this season: Jimmy Butler and Paul George. More

Manuel Neuer

Best Goalkeepers in the World

Posted on 24 Dec, 2012, by in Featured

It’s hard to talk about new guard and old guard when it comes to goalkeepers, because of the relatively late age they both breakout in and continue on playing to. Still, the world’s best goalkeepers list is slowly changing: Gianluigi Buffon and Iker Casillas are still with us, entertaining the younger talents of Samir Handanovic, Joe Hart and the fantastic Hugo Lloris and probably above the rest, Manuel Neuer. More

Dwight Howard

NBA Season Preview: Best Centers

Posted on 28 Oct, 2012, by in Featured

It’s been quite a few years now that Dwight Howard is unanimously chosen as the best Center and defensive player in the NBA, even if the awards don’t always show it. There isn’t going to be anything new under the sun, despite a few other centers, like Andrew Bynum and Al Jefferson, being a bit more competent when it comes to low post play and versatility of scoring. More

Kevin Love

NBA Season Preview: Best Power Forwards

Posted on 26 Oct, 2012, by in NBA

When it comes to pure power forwards, or more accurately, players who can’t or hardly will play as centers, there’s not perfect player or complete package. Each flawed in his own way, Josh Smith, Blake Griffin, Pau Gasol, LaMarcus Aldridge and above all Kevin Love consist of the best in the position among NBA players. More

LeBron James

NBA Season Preview: Best Small Forwards

Posted on 25 Oct, 2012, by in NBA

The deepest position in the NBA? Possibly. It’s the most top heavy of them all, with the two best basketball players in the world, LeBron James and Kevin Durant, occupying the top two spots, while Carmelo Anthony follows in his “forever behind those two” routine, before a big drop in quality and ability occurs after the top 3. More

Kobe Bryant Lakers

5 Best Shooting Guards in the NBA Entering the 2012-2013 Season

Posted on 24 Oct, 2012, by in Featured

There’s no denying that the shooting guard position is probably the weakest in the NBA (along with Center) and is at an all-time low when it comes to depth, although … More

Chris Paul

5 Best Point Guards in the NBA Entering the 2012-2013 Season

Posted on 23 Oct, 2012, by in Featured

The best and deepest position in the NBA over the past few years has been the point guard position. Chris Paul, Derrick Rose (who won the MVP in 2011), Russell Westbrook, Rajon Rondo and Deron Williams represent the elite group, but that’s without mentioning players like Steve Nash, Kyrie Irving and Brandon Jennings. More

Top Five Centers in the NBA, Going into 2011-2012

Posted on 25 Dec, 2011, by in Featured

Dwight Howard might be the best Center in the NBA for a few years, but unlike certain uneducated opinions, he isn’t the only more than decent Center in the league. Al Horford, Joakim Noah, Andrew Bogut and Andrew Bynum join him to make the best five centers in the league heading into 2011-2012. More

Top Five Power Forwards in the NBA, Going Into 2011-2012

Posted on 24 Dec, 2011, by in Featured

Dirk Nowitzki won the NBA Finals MVP award last season, making him a deserving #1 among the elite power forwards of the NBA. He’s joined by LaMarcus Aldridge, Blake Griffin, Zach Randolph and Amar’e Stoudemire as our prediction to be the 5 best power forwards in the 2011-2012 season. More