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  1. #101
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    cant be top10 if he plays no defense, let alone no defensive team selections....
    Magic, bird, and to an extent dirk.

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    That has nothing to do with what I said and at spouting results without context.
    Didn’t Durant have a 3-1 lead on the Warriors? Yeah we aren’t going to do the “help” thing. Durant played pretty awful the rest of that series.

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    Didn’t Durant have a 3-1 lead on the Warriors? Yeah we aren’t going to do the “help” thing. Durant played pretty awful the rest of that series.
    Particularly game 6 with a chance to close Golden State out at HOME. Curry shot bad that game, and Thompson didn’t shoot well either though he still ended up with 41. Durant shot 10 for 31 and they lost by 7.

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    Didn’t Durant have a 3-1 lead on the Warriors? Yeah we aren’t going to do the “help” thing. Durant played pretty awful the rest of that series.
    So now we're basing all time rankings on a 3 game sample size where guy on the heavy favorite and better team eked by other guy?

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    Larger All Time Media Created / Enhanced star

    Curry or Kirby?

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    Curry or Kirby?
    Kirby death by a mile

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    I don't see Curry as a top 10 tbh.. but he is higher than Kobe

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    I don't see Curry as a top 10 tbh.. but he is higher than Kobe
    & now you can rest your head, fart-face. Kobe is kinda like President Trump...His haters will stop hating not when Kobe died, but when they each die.

    It's human.

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    I don't see Curry as a top 10 tbh.. but he is higher than Kobe
    damn you have curry in your top 40?

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    Best PG of all time behind Magic. He could top Magic with some more hardware to his name though.

    Easily top 5 player when his career is all said and done. He helped shape the entire game in his generation.
    Top 15 at best. Won two due to deferring to Durant (a better player) and Oscar Robertson easily a greater player. Recency fraud to put one sided Curry any higher.

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    damn you have curry in your top 40?

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    Particularly game 6 with a chance to close Golden State out at HOME. Curry shot bad that game, and Thompson didn’t shoot well either though he still ended up with 41. Durant shot 10 for 31 and they lost by 7.
    Klay was 11 for 18 from 3 and 14 for 31 overall. "didn't shoot that well"

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    Top 15 at best. Won two due to deferring to Durant (a better player) and Oscar Robertson easily a greater player. Recency fraud to put one sided Curry any higher.
    I agree on Curry vs KD

    But not on Oscar. Curry is the superior player

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    Didn’t Durant have a 3-1 lead on the Warriors? Yeah we aren’t going to do the “help” thing. Durant played pretty awful the rest of that series.
    Particularly game 6 with a chance to close Golden State out at HOME. Curry shot bad that game, and Thompson didn’t shoot well either though he still ended up with 41. Durant shot 10 for 31 and they lost by 7.
    By design imo.
    Durbetta had allready signed up to become a Gay Area Warrior.

    More Currrrrry in pivotal Game 5 vs the Ime Wussy Celtics:
    The Celtics had 18 turnovers. They’re now 0-6 in the playoffs when they have 16 or more. And to make matters worse, Golden State capitalized by scoring 22 points off Boston’s mistakes.
    Stephen Curry scored 16 points, but none of them from 3. It was the first playoff game of his career without a three-pointer.

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    Just went through this series from Thinking Basketball, which is a pretty good basketball YouTube channel which I find insightful.

    I don't agree with the entire ranking, but it is directionally correct, and I can see the arguments.

    This is strictly about the top 10 peaks, not the top 10 careers. It is an entire series with 14 players analyzed. Bill Walton, Durant, Kobe and Robinson didn't make the top 10.



    Top 10 peaks:
    10 - Magic 87-89
    9 - Duncan 02-03
    8 - Garnett 03-04
    7 - Curry 16-17
    6 - Kareem 77-79
    5 - Bird 85-86
    4 - Hakeem 93-95
    3 - Shaq 00-01
    2 - Lebron 12-13
    1 - Jordan 89-91

    I would rank Magic and Duncan higher, Garnett, and Kareem lower, and Curry in between. I also have some qualms about the peak years, but that is another story.

    I would even rank Moses and Robinson higher than Kareem, as his 77-79 season wasn't really all that great. If you were talking about the Bucks Kareem, I would rank him in the top 5 for sure.

    So my ranking, based on these players
    1) Jordan 90-92
    2) Lebron 12-14
    3) Shaq 00-02
    4) Bird 84-87
    5) Duncan 01-03
    6) Hakeem 93-95
    7) Magic 87-89
    8) Curry 16-17
    9) Robinson 92-95
    10) Moses 81-83
    11) Garnett 03-04
    12) Kobe 05-07
    13) Garnett 03-04
    14 Walton- 76-78

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    yeah but players like Jordan had comically ty opposition tbh

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    yeah but players like Jordan had comically ty opposition tbh
    Plumbers > Podcasters

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    Just went through this series from Thinking Basketball, which is a pretty good basketball YouTube channel which I find insightful.

    I don't agree with the entire ranking, but it is directionally correct, and I can see the arguments.

    This is strictly about the top 10 peaks, not the top 10 careers. It is an entire series with 14 players analyzed. Bill Walton, Durant, Kobe and Robinson didn't make the top 10.



    Top 10 peaks:
    10 - Magic 87-89
    9 - Duncan 02-03
    8 - Garnett 03-04
    7 - Curry 16-17
    6 - Kareem 77-79
    5 - Bird 85-86
    4 - Hakeem 93-95
    3 - Shaq 00-01
    2 - Lebron 12-13
    1 - Jordan 89-91

    I would rank Magic and Duncan higher, Garnett, and Kareem lower, and Curry in between. I also have some qualms about the peak years, but that is another story.

    I would even rank Moses and Robinson higher than Kareem, as his 77-79 season wasn't really all that great. If you were talking about the Bucks Kareem, I would rank him in the top 5 for sure.

    So my ranking, based on these players
    1) Jordan 90-92
    2) Lebron 12-14
    3) Shaq 00-02
    4) Bird 84-87
    5) Duncan 01-03
    6) Hakeem 93-95
    7) Magic 87-89
    8) Curry 16-17
    9) Robinson 92-95
    10) Moses 81-83
    11) Garnett 03-04
    12) Kobe 05-07
    13) Garnett 03-04
    14 Walton- 76-78
    of course you would find a way to make d-rob a top 10er

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    Shaq's peak is the most dominant player I've ever seen tbh.

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    yeah but players like Jordan had comically ty opposition tbh
    What good, healthy team has Curry beaten in the Finals?
    Or along the way for that matter.

    Zero.

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    Shaq's peak is the most dominant player I've ever seen tbh.
    MJ, Shaq & Duncan

    and the rest

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    of course you would find a way to make d-rob a top 10er
    That sneaky little slope just can’t help himself

    David Robinson is the Tony Romo of the NBA, but unlike Davey, Tony didn’t have an all-time great to drag his ass to the finish line

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    Name one good / healthy team Curry beat.

    The Durbetta collusion was a joke. + that took the refs absolutely robbing Lebron of the game sealing taking a charge in Game 1.
    Even some Cleveland folks say the Golden s would have won 4-1 or 4-2 anyways. Im not so sure.

    Lebron broke his hand after the game he was so pissed. Dumb? Well ya but i appreciate his passion. I was livid after that rigged .

    That's the one where the ABC Disney Stern NBA refs called timeout and for the 1st time in something like a year overturned a charging call.

    p.s. and the Ime Boston soft gots collapse was not a "good" team.

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    of course you would find a way to make d-rob a top 10er
    That sneaky little slope just can’t help himself

    David Robinson is the Tony Romo of the NBA, but unlike Davey, Tony didn’t have an all-time great to drag his ass to the finish line
    . The stats more or less is on my side. Robinson put up some top 5 all time stats those few years. Hi r just didn’t have the team to go with it. Sort of like Lebron 07-10 period.

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