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[NBA Draft History] Best players from every draft slot, from 60th to 1st.
Took all the feedback/ criticism into account and made some revisions. Some people requested a list from 60 through 1, so I did my best. It also took a long fucking time.
60) Isaiah Thomas, I just straight up love this dude, RIP to his sister Chyna who passed away tragically. At 5'9, the guy was an absolute machine and made Boston fans rejoice untio, well... let's leave it there. One love to IT.
59) Pat Cummings, "Ron Rothstein, his Heat coach, on the passing of Pat Cummings, “It’s a terribly sad thing to hear. Pat was a good guy. He gave us his all, he gave us whatever he had. He was a good guy. He was good with the younger players. He filled his role to the best of his capacity those first two years. We were lucky to have him."
58) Kurt Rambis, great player, better moustache, 4x NBA champion, honourable mention as Asst. Coach of Lakers (2016-18)
57) Manu Ginobili, 4x NBA champion, Spurs' legend, over a 23-season career, he was one of only two players to have win a EuroLeague title, an NBA championship, and an Olympic gold medal. True legend.
56) Mickey Johnson/ Amir Johnson
55) Patty Mills, NBA champion and honorary former member of the Xinjiang Flying Tigers.
54) Sam Mitchell, known more for his Coach of the Year Award with Toronto and as an analyst for ESPN/ NBA TV. 4th in points, steals and assists in Timberwolves history.
53) Anthony Mason, teammate of the great Patrick Ewing, Mason was an absolute brick shithouse.
52) Fred Hoiberg, not even gonna pretend I know much about him, this slot isn't exactly packed with mega stars. (Sorry to whoever takes offense)
51) Kyle Korver, 2009/10 season with Utah, Korver shot 53.6 percent from three-point range, which set an NBA single-season three-point field goal accuracy record. A true great in terms of shooting.
50) Steve Kerr, 5x champion as a player, 3x as coach, Kerr was prolific shooter and his three-point record stood uncontested until being broken by the aforementioned, Kyle Korver
49) "Fast Eddie" Johnson, 10 seasons in the league, remembered most by his time as a Hawk was both an offensive and defensive asset. However in 2008, "Johnson was convicted of sexual battery of a minor under 12, lewd and lascivious molestation of a child under 12, and trespassing. The sex crimes carried a mandatory life sentence without parole. Johnson is currently incarcerated at Santa Rosa Correctional Institution", so aside from his on court abilities, he's basically a monumental piece of shit as a human.
48) Marc Gasol, aka the 2019 champion, Marc Gasol, imo with his international career factored in, a strong HOF candidate.
47) Paul Millsap, the goat, jk, but 4x NBA All-Star selections is nothing to sneeze at.
46) Jeff "Horny" Hornacek, jersey number 14 retired by Utah Jazz, a dynamic player with (1077 GP) he's also been a well received coach in the league, most notably for the Phoenix Suns.
45) Bob Dandridge/ Antonio Davis
44) Malik Rose, NBA champion x2
43) Michael Redd, NBA record for most three-point field goals made in one quarter with 8 in the fourth quarter (February 20, 2002 vs. Houston Rockets); since broken by Klay Thompson on January 23, 2015.
42) Zaza Pachulia, 2x NBA champion, recorded 22 points and 21 rebounds in a 129–127 overtime loss to the Brooklyn Nets. His 21 rebounds included 18 offensive rebounds, which marked an NBA season high and a Bucks franchise record.
41) Nikola Jokić. Perhaps an honourable mention to Cuttino Mobley, not a goat by any means, but he was a big impact during his 10 years in the league, stemming from being drafted to the Houston Rockets and ending his career as a Los Angeles Clipper.
40) George Gervin, because who else
39) Anthony Johnson, not to be confused with the MMA fighter, Anthony Joshson, first D league player to make the Finals. (Conflicted opinion/placement) Honourable mention to AL Attles.
38) Mehmet Okur, the only person to be associated with "okur" that I'm fine with (Sorry cardi b fans) (Not actually sorry cardi b fans)
37) Archie Clark, safe name to put in this slot because his crossover dribbling helped coin the phrase "shake and bake" (shout out to Ricky Bobby) He was part of the trade that brought Wilt t the Lakers and was also a cofounder of the National Basketball Retired Players Association in '92, so props for that are in order.
36) Maurice Cheeks, name got me thinking of Kyle Lowry with the GOAT booty, but I digress.
35) DeAndre Jordan/ Draymond Green/ Carlos Boozer, this one is subjective, I'll let you all be the judge, jury and executioner.
34) Norm Van Lier, way before my time, but 'Stormin' Norman' was a big player in the 70's heat. C.J Miles is respectable company to this slot.
33) Happy Hairston, because what a fucking name if we're being honest
32) Rashad Lewis, 2013 championship with Miami Heat. Also a fellow SuperSonic alumnus.
31) Doc Rivers, 2nd round 31st pick, made this spot for his playing/coaching.
30) Spencer Haywood, only HOF member at the 30th slot, NBA champion, 4x All-star, his number 24 was retired as a Supersonic; shootout to the the Supersonics ✊. Honourable mentions to David Lee and Jimmy Butlet.
29) Dennis Johnson (2nd round), hopefully I don't get butchered for honesty but I know very little about this man, never watched him play (before my time) but he was considered criminally underappreciated in the draft and even more so during his tenure in the league.
28) Tony Parker, 6x All-star, 4x champion and his zodiac sign is Taurus.
27) Dennis Rodman, the guy was rebounding the ball while tapping Madonna. Shout out to the fellas: Kyle Kuzma, Pascal Siakam, Bogdan Bogdanovic and Rudy Gobert, respectively selected at 27th.
26) Vlade Divac, who I'll call, "the Serbian fridge" takes this spot, wasn't the most polarizing player but the guy was big enough to have his own area code Charlie Ward, Jerome Williams, Gerald Wallace, and Jordan Farmar as honorable mentions.
25) Mark Price, hailed as "Cleveland's best sports trade ever" and don't fucking at me cause it was a fan vote that I wasn't a part of
24) Arvydas Sabonis, this one is tough because he's one of the greater European players thats played in the league, but he spares the same slot selection as Kyle Lowry, Andrei Kirilenko, Sam Cassell, Terry Porter and Latrell Sprewell, so this one is a judgement call depending on the person.
23) Alex English, arguably best Denver player of all time, 21.5ppg
22) Reggie Lewis, dude this one is hard to even type, after 6 seasons he dropped dead on the court, put him here out of respect.
21) Rajon Rando, ok this guy was a fucking gift at 21st pick, 4x defensive all team, 3x APG league leader, also ranks 11th in triple doubles and if you're gonna call him a stat padder then I mean, you wouldn't be the only one. Honourable mention to Michael Finley, NBA champion, 2x All-star, became only the third rookie in Suns history to score over 1,000 points in a season.
20) Larry Nance, guy was a unit. First slam dunk contest winner ever.
19) Nate Archibald, 1970 - Archibald is still the only player in NBA history to lead the league in both scoring and assists in a single season and that's pretty neat
18) Joe Dumars, 1989 Finals MVP and a 4x All-Defensive First Team selections and arguably one of the best defenders in league history.
17) Shawn Kemp- although Don Nelson (17th pick in '62) won five NBA championships so he could be interchanged depending on who's asking.
16) John Stockton, this one is not even close, 19 seasons with the Jazz, 19 playoff appearances, 14.5 APG in 1989/1990, a record in NBA history.
15) Steve Nash, the man could shoot a cannon through a crowded Walmart and hit his intended target in the women's clothing department. This one is tough because one look at Nash's whole career and you'll understand the placement, but imo Kawhi could pass him by the end of his career. (Arguably the most controversial, in terms of feedback on last post)
14) Clyde "The Glyde" Drexler, NBA champion, 10x All-star, 5x All NBA Team.
13) Kobe Bryant, the name we all call when shooting a piece of paper into a garbage bin, respectively joined by Karl Malone
12) Julius Erving, cooler than a tranquilized cucumber
11) Reggie Miller, an absolutely amazing shooter, which is fitting because he shares the same draft selection as Klay Thompson. Klay is a strong candidate to pass Reggie one day, but if you watched Reggie play, you'll respect the decision.
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9) Dirk Nowitzki, his name is harder to pronounce than most foreign countries but the man is an absolute beast and there's not a damn thing you can say to change my mind.
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7) Steph Curry, recent studies have shown that Steph is really good at shooting a basketball into the net, some call him an absolute warrior (sorry) Honourable mention to John Havlicek.
6) Larry Bird, the man, the myth, the legend
5) This one is tough, KG is an absolute unit, but Pippen, Charles Barkley and Dwayne Wade are all greats. Paul Pierce has entered the chat "I would like everyone to know that I had a better career than all of them." Ty Paul, moving on.
4) Chris Paul, 4x assist leader, 6x steals leader, great hairline. Chris Bosh & Russell Westbrook as two honourable mentions.
3) MJ: he's like, kinda good at basketball 🐐
2) Bill Russell: 2nd overall pick, more rings than a pawn shop, KD honourable mention in every way.
1) LeBron James/ Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Incredible honourable mentions to Hakeem Olajuwon, Oscar Robertson, Magic Johnson, Shaquille O'neal and our boy, Tim Duncan. Each of these players are among the greatest of all time, but not naming LeBron seems sacrilegious.
(Some info used from 'USA Today') other info taken from wikipedia which is the most trusted source in recent history.
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