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ESPN's Top 50 Players in NBA History

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Earlier this morning, espn.com came out with their list of the the Top 10 Players in NBA History.  Actually, it was a list that started at #74.  What I'm going to do is give the list from 50-1.

50. Wes Unseld

49. Reggie Miller

48. Bill Walton

47. George Gervin

46. Dominique Wilkins

45. Anthony Davis

44. Elvin Hayes

43. Rick Barry

42. Russell Westbrook

41. Bob Cousy

40. Chris Paul

39. Walt Frazier

38. Bob Pettit

37. Patrick Ewing

36. Kevin McHale

35. Jason Kidd

34. George Mikan

33. John Havlicek

32. James Harden

31. Isiah Thomas

30. Steve Nash

29. Allen Iverson

28. John Stockton

27. Giannis Antetokounmpo

26. Dwayne Wade

25. Kawhi Leonard

24. David Robinson

23. Charles Barkley

22. Elgin Baylor

21. Scottie Pippen

20. Kevin Garnett

19. Dirk Nowitzki

18. Moses Malone

17. Karl Malone

16. Jerry West

15. Julius Erving

14. Kevin Durant

13. Stephen Curry

12. Hakeem Olajuwon

11. Oscar Robertson

10. Shaquille O'Neal

9. Kobe Bryant

8. Tim Duncan

7. Larry Bird

6. Wilt Chamberlain

5. Magic Johnson

4. Bill Russell

3. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

2. LeBron James

1. Michael Jordan

Several years ago, I gave out my Top 50 list and got some real mixed opinions about it.  But, after looking at ESPN's list, I've got to change my own opinion.  This is the REAL list of the Top 50 players in NBA History.  What does everyone else think?

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Here's the rest of the list from espn.com, or what I'd like to call the honorable mentions:

James Worthy

Tracy McGrady

Gary Payton

Paul Pierce

Vince Carter

Ray Allen

Clyde Drexler

Many Ginobili

Bob McAdoo

Willis Reed

Robert Parish

Dennis Rodman

Alonzo Mourning

Earl Monroe

Pau Gasol

Dave Cowens

Alex English

Pete Maravich

Bernard King

Tony Parker

Bob Lanier

Damian Lillard

Dikembe Mutombo

Artis Gilmore

Edited by Yogibear

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I'm watching ESPN right now, and they just flashed across the screen that Wes Unseld, who's #50 on my list, has just passed away at age 74.  At least he led the Bullets/Wizards franchise to a title in 1978.  He will never be forgotten.

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