5) Dwight Howard: For the past three seasons, Howard has led the league in rebounds three times, and blocks twice. This past season, Howard shot a league best .612% while collecting his second consecutive defensive player of the year award.
4) Kevin Durant: He's the youngest scoring champion in leaue history, and the last person with a realistic chance to break many of the "fastest to score" records LeBron has been setting for the past seven years. Although he's ridiculously skinny, he still manages to average 7.6 rebounds.
3) Carmelo Anthony: One of the best scorers in the league, Melo is known for his superior mid-range game but has improved his post game and can now shoot the long ball with good accuracy. Although he doesn't have the MVP's, scoring titles or championships, he's clearly one of the best players in the league.
1B) Kobe Bryant: He's the most clutch player in the league, and is the two time reining finals MVP. His resume includes over 25,00 points, 5 championships, 1 regular season MVP award, and a gold medal. 81 points in a single game, four straight 50+ point games, outscoring an entire team in three quarters...theres nothing this guy cannot do.
1A) LeBron James: Miami's small forward is a triple double machine. He's finished second or better in scoring for the last three seasons. His only weakness seems to be his three point shooting which has continued to get better since he entered the league. He's broke every youngest to reach point record from 1,000 to 15,000, two time regular season and all star game MVP. He can also play four positions with great effictiveness
This is just my opinion. Do you have any problem with the order? Did I leave someone out? Let me know, I wanna hear ya opinions