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NBA Top 25: 10-1

NBA Top 25: 10-1

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During this time of year, as excited as we are about the NFL season, NBA tipoff is just as thrilling! We will be taking a look at the top 25 NBA players and how we believe their 2021 season will unfold. In this article we will look at players 25-11. 

  1. James Harden - Shooting Guard, Brooklyn Nets

From 6th man to the most lethal scorer in the NBA, James Harden has now had to once again share the spotlight with fellow stars in Brooklyn, but that doesn't make him any less effective at scoring the rock. 


  1. Joel Embid - Center, Philadelphia 76ers

He is one of the best players in the game… he is one of the best talkers as well. It’s rare to find someone with his size and ability all in one package.


  1. Anthony Davis - Power Forward, Los Angeles Lakers

The Brow has had several stops over his NBA career and in each and every one of them, he has scored, rebounded and racked up blocked shots. Davis is a rare and special talent. 


  1. Damian Lillard - Point Guard, Portland Trailblazers

One has to wonder how much longer the Blazers will be able to hold onto Damien Lillard. Year after year they get bounced in the first few rounds of the playoffs and never seem to get that extra help they sorely need. 


  1. Nikola Jokic - Center, Denver Nuggets

“The Joker” is a player that has developed so much over the past few seasons and now he can add NBA MVP to his resume.


  1. Steph Curry - Point Guard, Golden State Warriors

Chef Curry has literally changed the game of basketball. The emphasis that he put on the 3 point game was unrivaled and helped lead the team to several NBA championships. Although he isn’t young anymore, he is still as lethal as ever. (Everyone loves signed jerseys, click above to get one from Steph)


  1. Luka Doncic - Point Guard/Small Forward, Dallas Mavericks

The new face of the NBA is here. When Luka “came across the pond” many wondered if he would be able to dominate like he did as a youngster in Europe. It didn't take long to realize that the answer there was a resounding yes.


  1. Kevin Durant - Small Forward, Brooklyn Nets

Durant has always been a special player. Love him or hate him, he is one of the most talented scorers in NBA history. 


  1. Giannis Antetokounmpo - Power Forward, Milwaukee Bucks

The Greek Freak did what many saw as almost impossible and won the NBA finals without recruiting any other superstars to come play with him in Milwaukee. We definitely wanted to put him at 1 and there is a strong argument to do so. (Click the link above for the signed photo of the Greek Freak)


  1. Lebron James - Small Forward/Point Guard, Los Angeles Lakers

The King is still the King despite being 36 years old (turning 37 midway through the season). The fact that he is still playing at this level, at this advanced age, is absolutely wild. 

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