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☆☆$ WHO is a better pf in the NBA$☆☆?

PUT THESE IN ORDER FROM BEST TO LAST.Amare Studamire,Kevin Garrnett,Chris Bosh,al horford,anderson verajoa

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    1. Garnett- Kevin Garnett’s long and successful NBA career puts him leaps and bounds above anybody else in your list. Garnett has intensity and devotion to defense that is seldom seen in a league devoted to a player’s stats rather than team success. Garnett has the ability to create those around him better through his unmatchable work ethic and willingness to put in the effort every night to win. Garnett’s recent career culminization in his Celtics championship further solidifies his mark as one of the most passionate stars of recent decades. Few can claim their devotion to team principles and hard work exceed those of Kevin Garnett. Garnett has had a long career with great stats and above all the rest, a championship. Over his 13 year NBA career KG is averaging 20 Points, 11 rebounds, 5 assists and 1.6 blocks per game. That length and tremendous stat line in itself sets him aside from the rest in the list.

    2. Chris Bosh- Bosh is next on the list based upon the fact that his game is more complete than other in the list. Bosh has the length and athleticism to guard very well in the post, his 1.4 Blocks per game career average speaks to that. Aside from his defensive ability, bosh is a tremendous offensive guy who is committed to both ends of the floor. Bosh has an off the charts basketball IQ that allows him to get to where he need to go on the court and make good team basketball decisions with the rock in his hands. Bosh has been the player for Toronto over the last five seasons and the fact that he has carried to the playoffs twice without the help of another go offensive weapon of his calibre is commendable. Bosh also has one thing on the lower players on this list, a refined midrange game that sets him apart from other PF's, like KG, Bosh has the ability to face up his defender and simply rise up at hit a 15-20 footer with a man in his face, give bosh a wide open mid range shot and chance are he will knock it down a majority of the time. Bosh is committed to winning and has offensive and defensive abilities that help his club win night in and night out. Bosh is a 6 year vet with averages of 19.6 points, 9.2 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.4 blocks per game.

    3. Amare Stoudamire- Amare is a gifted athlete and a great player, but what sets him below the two for mentioned players is what he hasn't had to do. Amare has not been asked to keep a failing franchise afloat without the slightest of indication that things will improve soon, IE: Garnett in Minnesota, or be the franchise player for a team that expects him to single handily make that franchise a contender, IE: Bosh in Toronto. Amare has for the majority of his career been on teams filled with highly skilled, highly refined and in many cases All Stars, sure Amare has great career averages and is a great PF, but what type of attitude and play would he exhibit in a system where he is the MAN and he is expected to lead teams to victories single handily, especially if that team isn't winning. Take Amare off Nash's team where the liability is not on him when things don’t go the Sun's way and I think views on Amare throughout the league change drastically. Aside from that many of Amare's former coach have discussed his lack of interest and motivation when it comes to defensive commitment and hard work. If Amare moves team or when the Sun's re haul completely and he is the MAN in Phoenix the greatness of Amare is very much in question. Until Amare proves that he can succeed in a system where he doesn't just catch passes from Steve Nash and block shots that are funnelled in by Phoenix’s defensive scheme this is the spot on the list where Stoudamire will remain. Amare is a highly skilled guy and no one doubts his ability to score, but until he makes the type of difference that Bosh has had in Toronto or Garnett in Minnesota and Boston, he will be rated below these guys. Amare is a 7 year vet with career averages of 21.1 points, 8.9 rebounds, 1.4 blocks and 1.4 assists per game.

    4. Al Horford- I put Horford here because of his tremendous upside and already refined game due to his great years at Florida under Billy Donovan. Horford has only been in the league two years and has yet to become a great scorer like others in this list. But Horford has tremendous athletic ability and size for a PF/C and has tremendous potential to be an all-star within the next 10 year. His progression into a star will not be fast like others, but his commitment to improving his game, understanding basketball concepts and winning will be the factor that turns Al into a great player. Al has great character and is a dream to coach. This is rooted in his years playing at Florida where he won two national championships and more importantly learned how to win as a team member. Horford has yet to become a great impact player in this league but I put him here due to his tremendous upside and commitment to improving that is necessary for him to be effective for years to come at the NBA le

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    1. Chris Bosh (Right now he is the best)

    2. Kevin Garnett (When healthy he is the best on that list)

    3. Amare Stoudemire (When healthy is above Bosh as well)

    4. Horford (Solid)

    5. Anderson (Great defender)

    6. Varajao (Overpaid, decent hustle player but not much else)

    Cavs Chances: 2 I say a 20% chance they win it.

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  • 1 decade ago

    1. Kevin Garnett

    2. Amare Stoudamire

    3. Chris Bosh

    4. Al Horford

    5. Anderson Vareojo

    Caves- 6

    Lakers- 3

    Celtics- 1

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  • Rob K
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Garnett, Bosh, Stoudemire, Horford, Varejao

    Q2: 8.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Bosh Garnett Amer'e Horford Varejoa

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  • 1 decade ago

    KG, Amare, Bosh, Al Horford, Verajoa

    I give them a 5

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  • 1 decade ago

    KG, Chris Bosh, Stoudamire, Horford and Varejao

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  • 1 decade ago

    1.Kevin Garnett-best defensive pf,great rebounder,complete offensively

    2.Chris Bosh-very fundemenatlly sound,great jumper,quickest pf,good defender,good rebounder

    3.Amare Stoudemite-explosive,strong and a decent jumper

    4.Al Horford-well the guys is alright

    5.Varejao-worst on the list,no offensive game other than cuts.

    Q2:9

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  • 1 decade ago

    KG, Bosh, Amare, Horford, Anderson

    I give em 6

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  • 1 decade ago

    Garnett, Stoudamire, Bosh, Horford, Verajao*

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  • 1 decade ago

    kevin garrnett amare studamire chris paul al horford anderson verajoa

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