<p style=”text-align: center;”>Rules </p>
<p style=”text-align: left;”>My favorite player is and would always be</p>
<p style=”text-align: left;”>Michael Jordan SG/SF Chicago Bulls whenever I saw him play i always tought he was going to win he just gave that type of aura that killer instinct I always knew he was like that but after watchjng the Last Dance oh boy the best of the best.Tied for best trash talker.</p>
My honorable mention is
Larry Byrd SG/SF Boston Celtics man that guy could do anything finish at the rim and shoot it well from deep. Tied for best trash talker.
Everybody wanted to be like Mike I wanted to fly like Mike and shoot it like Byrd.
<p style=”text-align: left;”>Shawn Kemp. Dude didn’t take shit from nobody and could dunk better than anyone I’ve ever seen. Having Gary Peyton with him to feed him the rock was a pretty amazing duo. Miss the sonics…</p>
Stoic, humble, a quiet leader. Championship rings for every finger on one hand.
And he had a sick bank shot. Not enough credit for players who can utilize the backboard.
John Stockton is the last NBA player to record 1,000 or more Assists in a Season, way back in 95. There have only been nine 1,000 assists in a season, seven by Stockton.
Chris Paul is the Active Leader in Career Assists. He trails Stockton by 7,098 Assists for #1. If he plays for 7 more years and averages 1,000 Assists a season he still would not get to #1.
John Stockton is the last NBA player to record 250 or more Steals in a Season, way back in 89. It has been 29 season since a player broke 250. Prior to that 88-89 season, there were 15 NBA seasons where Steals were a Stat, 6 players broke 250 steals, including 5 different players. So in the NBA, in total, 7 times 250 steals in a season has been done by 6 different players, but none since 1989.
Chris Paul is the Active Leader in Career Steals. He trails Stockton by 1,257 Steals for #1. If he plays for 5 more years and averages 250 Steals a Season he still would not get to #1.
I would have to say Micheal Jordan.
He was the first to bring non-basketball fans talking about basketball big time.
He was non-political, and left his talking on the court.
He made a brand on and off the court, with his AirJordan’s, etc.
Would I buy an Air Jordan product, Yes.
Would I buy a Kobe, or Curry, or any current player, hell no.