Serge Ibaka – Oklahoma City Thunder Serge Ibaka is another international player whose performance in this season are not as good as in the previous seasons. He is still a very good player though. When Ibaka first joins the league he did not have much of a jump shot,
9. Karl Malone (1986-2004) Killer Stat: 25.0 Points Each Game Karl Malone was considered as a defender’s nightmare in his NBA heyday. He put up 25 points and 10.1 rebounds each game throughout his entire career, which lasted about 20 years, but somehow he never resulted in a championship.
6. Larry Bird (1980-1992) Killer Stat: 59 Triple Doubles Larry Bird is considered as the most deadly shooter that there has ever been. That is proved by his leading of the Boston Celtics teams to three NBA championships as well as five NBA Finals appearances in the 1980s. Larry
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The NBA has become a league that has been so popular and expanded outside the boundaries of the United States of America. David Stern, who was famous for being criticized frequently, played a huge role in the process of helping the league become a phenomenon sport event around the
During its 70 years of history, the NBA has seen many star players dazzle fans, and a lot of them have even earned a position in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. However, of those NBA stars, who have been the greatest ones of all? Michael Jordan