10 48 VOTES
Antawn Jamison is probably one of the best scoring power forwards in the game. Or at least he was. He can hurt you from outside, he could even hurt you on the break, he can rebound, and he's decent at the post. He only suffers if he's double teamed and when he's on defense. He doesn't necessarily turn the ball over if he's double teamed, he just panics, giving him a lower FG% for a Power Forward. He is undoubtedly one of the better power forwards of the decade though.
His career averages are 19.7 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 1.7 apg, 1.0 spg.
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9 43 VOTES
I've always been a huge Elton Brand fan, also I've shared his number multiple times. That has nothing to do with why I put him ahead of Antawn Jamison. He's just a better basketball player. He's better on defense, inside-close range scoring, defense, rebounding, you name it. He may not be able to stretch defenses with a competent 3-point shot, but he will do anything within his boundaries to score and prevent you from scoring. Injuries have always been a slap in the face for Elton Brand; preventing him from getting any higher.
His career averages are 18.8 ppg, 9.6 rpg, 2.4 apg, 1.9 bpg, 1.0 spg.
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8 46 VOTES
I used to watch allot of Pistons games, Rasheed Wallace was a big part of that. I loved watching him play. While Tim Duncan is The Big Fundamental, Rasheed Wallace is A Large Fundamental. I enjoyed watching him because of how much he sincerely loved playing the game and how he would do anything for his teammates. He wasn't the best scorer, rebounder, passer, leader, or defender. He was very good at all of those things though, a great overall basketball player.
His career averages are 14.6 ppg, 6.7 rpg, 1.8 apg, 1.3 bpg, 1.0 spg.
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7 52 VOTES
'Ya know, he is the odd one on The Heat. I'll be the first one to admit it, but he's definitely not a bad player. He's been instrumental in their success all season. It's not like he's setting career lows or anything. He was the franchise player for The Raptors, he's started 2 All-Star games, and he's always been quicker than most power forwards. He's also pretty consistent, avoiding injuries too.
His career averages are 20.0 ppg, 9.2 rpg, 2.1 apg, 1.1 bpg.
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