10-Hakeem Olajuwon: Hakeem "The Dream". Olajuwon is one of the best power forwards in NBA history. He could do absolutely anything he wanted on the offensive end, and blocked shots at a high rate to boot. Their mobility for a man his size was amazing. He won two NBA titles, 2 MVPs in the NBA Finals MVP and regular season.
9-Tim Duncan: The best power forward in NBA history. Duncan has an efficiency and a consistency on the court is otherworldly. His style of play is simple and down to earth. nothing flashy. Duncan stays quiet on the court but his is accomplishments speak for themselve: 4 titles, 3 MVPs in the final and 2 MVPs of the regular season.
8-Bill Russell: Winningest player in NBA history. Russell is considered the best defensive player in the history of the NBA .He played during a time when it was difficult to be an African-American in the city of Boston. He is among the Oldest NBA Players Still in Action. It was a modern player in an ancient era. Bill won 11 titles and 5 MVPs of the regular season.
7-Shaquille O'Neal: Shaquille O'Neal was the pivot that dominated his rivals. His size mixed with ease to score what turned into a real nightmare. Shaq would often use his extraordinary bulk to bully his way to the basket. Once there, he would finish with an emphatic dunk, Shaq won four NBA titles, 3 MVPs of the NBA Finals MVP and regular season.
6-Wilt Chamberlain: The Lakers have always taken many of the best players of all time. Wilt Chamberlain is one of them. A season had an average of 50.4 points and 27.7 rebounds. Chamberlain was also the only person to grab more rebounds per game than Bill Russell (22.9), all while averaging more minutes played per game than any player in league history (45.8). Wilt is the only player in NBA history to score 100 points in a game. He won two titles, an MVP in the finals and 4 regular-season MVPs.
5-Kareem-Abdul-Jabbar: Kareem is synonymous with consistency. For 20 seasons was one of the best players in the NBA. He is the player who scored the most points (38,387 points). In the 1970s, he was the best player in the league. He unleashed the most devastating shot the NBA has ever seen, using the sky hook to score many of his league points. He won six titles, 2 MVPs and 6 in the final regular-season MVPs.
4-Larry Bird: Larry Bird is a historic winningest NBA franchise, the Celtics. "Larry Legend" was one of the most entertaining and confident players to suit up in the 80s. He was one of the greatest shooters and most clutch player in history. He could beat you without scoring. Bird won 3 titles, 2 MVPs in the final and won 3 MVPs in the regular season.
3-Kobe Bryant: Kobe is the second best shooting guard in NBA history. He is another of the brotherhood of the Lakers. Bryant has a facility to record extraordinary. He once scored 81 points in a game. Kobe became the youngest player to reach 30,000 career points in the league at 34 years age. He became the NBA scoring champions twice in his spectacular career and also became the NBA Slam Dunk Contest champion in 1997. Kobe won five titles, 2 MVPs of the finals and MVP of the regular season.
2-Earving "Magic" Johnson: The best point guard in the history of the NBA. "Magic" had it all. It was fast, tremendous technique, a good passer and was bigger than the rest of the players at his position (and long). Johnson’s passing ability was simply surreal, He made the art of passing fashionable in the NBA. Johnson was the one who moved the "Showtime Lakers". He won five titles, 3 MVPs and 3 in the final regular-season MVPs.
1-MIchael "Air" Jordan: Michael Jordan is the best player in history. He scores when he wanted, his defense was impassable and winning spirit was unbeatable. Jordan simply adjusted his game and got better. He was the ultimate leader, the ultimate scorer, and the ultimate defender. "Air" Jordan never lost an NBA Finals. He is best player in NBA history. Jordan won six titles, 6 MVPs and five in the final regular-season MVPs. He had a average 33.4 points per game in the playoffs.