Who's the best player in the NBA??
August 14, 2009 11:25pm CST
For me their's a lot of good players in the NBA such as Lebron James,Kobe Bryant, Dwayne Wade
29 Aug 09
just consider skills,I believe kobe is the best one in this league now. But consider age and body power,I believe lebron is the best one now. wade also donated,one of the best guard in the league. No one best player team now,best team would create best player......
27 Aug 09
I think Kobe Bryant has been the best player in the NBA for the past six or seven years and even though LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are both awesome players I still believe Kobe is ahead of them both, just for the way he can still score incredible baskets even when the defender is playing brilliant defense. Stop LeBron going inside and he is not as effective. This could be the best ever era of the NBA.
29 Aug 09
Your not serious right?? Kobe is the best player in the NBA in the past seven years??lol..He depends on his teammates so much..Lebron get his team in the finals with himself.When shaq was gone in the lakers kobe didn't even get to the finals..Kobe is fortunate that he is sorrounded with good players thats why he has 4 rings..
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20 Aug 09
Well, we can see who's the best player in the NBA by two different sides. When we talk about experience we have to say that Kobe Bryant is the best by a large advantage. Now, when we talk about playing, i really think that Lebron James is the best.Try to compare the Cavaliers team with Lakers team. Kobe has an excellent team with players like Bynum or Gasol. If you watch the Cavaliers you can see that they are, somehow, a little Lebron dependent. If you watch the Lakers you see that even without Kobe they have a very good team that looks like Kobe is there when he isn't.
18 Aug 09
Dirk Nowitski of Dallas Mavericks. He will be back in his old form as league NBA ex-MVP. Hope they will win for the championship run this season. I like to see new champion like Mavericks, Jazz, Cavaliers, Hornets, Timberwolves, Raptors, Pacers, Nets, Clippers, Bobcats, Thunders, Blazers, and Kings.