For the 75th anniversary of the NBA, the league released the Top 75 players that ever played the game. They allowed media, fans, and a few inner employees to vote on who deserves to be on the list. My own list highlights players who not only dominated during their time in the NBA, but also those who helped influence the growth of the league.
The NBA allowed media, fans, and a few inner employees to vote on who deserves to be on their Top 75 list. Our own list highlights players who not only dominated during their time in the league, but those who helped influence the growth of the NBA.
After a Strong Preseason, Tyler Herro Ready to Prove Doubters Wrong
Tyler Herro was huge for the Miami Heat during their 2020 playoff run in the bubble. In the first three rounds of the playoffs, Herro averaged 16.5 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 3.9 assists on 46/38/90 shooting splits.
The Washington Wizards underwent drastic changes during the offseason with the hopes that Bradley Beal will be around long-term. After finishing last year at just 34-38 it was clear the roster was going to need reconstruction.
The Orlando Magic took a step back during the 2020-21 season after back-to-back playoff berths. It all started in “the bubble”, when Jonathan Isaac tore his meniscus, causing him to miss the entire season.