If you love basketball, then you’ll love what we’ve got for you here. What we have is a top 10 list of the world’s best basketball players in the world. These NBA all-stars are not just amazing at putting the ball through the hoop, but also, an inspiration for anyone who wants to improve their game. So get your Air Jordan’s on, and check out these amazing ballers.
Chris Paul is the star starting point guard for the Los Angeles Clippers. He’s not only a phenomenal ball-handler, but he’s the league’s best floor leader. He averages 10.2 assists and 1.9 steals per game.
Aldridge is the latest edition to the San Antonio Spurs, and, the perfect compliment to All-Star veteran, Tim Duncan. Aldridge is a rebounding machine, pulling down over 10 boards (that’s rebounds) per game.
One of the reasons Chris Paul is so good is because of this guy. Blake Griffin is an unstoppable offensive force and, a human highlight reel as no one in the league dunks the ball like him. Blake averages 21.9 points per game, with at least 6 of them being dunks.
DeMarcus is one of the NBA’s best big men. He not only scores, rebounds, and block shots – but his aggressiveness makes anyone thinking about driving to the hoop nervous. DeMarcus averages 24.1 points per game.
Russell is above and beyond the league’s most ferocious competitor. He averages 23.6 points per game, 7.3 rebounds, and 8.6 assists. Pretty impressive for a small guard.
Anthony Davis is only in his 4th season, and already he’s considered one of the league’s best players. Anthony is like a shooting guard in a center’s body. At 24.4 points per game, 10.2 rebounds, and 2.2 assists – there’s little Davis can’t do.
Known for his iconic beard, James Harden is also known for his great play. He’s one of the leaders in the league in points (at 27.4 per game). He’s also an unbelievable ball-handler, and can get to the hoop whenever he wants.
Kevin Durant, like Anthony Davis, is another small player in a big man’s body. Durant shoots 3-pointer like no other because at 6’11” – he’s impossible to stop. Durant is the leagues third best scorer at 25.4 points per game.
The King is not longer the King, as he comes in at #2 on this list. Nevertheless, LeBron James is perhaps the closest thing to Michael Jordan we’ve seen when it comes to dominating a game. When his career is all said and done, despite coming in at #2, LeBron may still go down as the NBA’s best player ever.
Dethroning the King for the #1 spot, Stephen Curry is the NBA – and world’s – best player, When you watch Curry, you’re watching history being made because not only is his team on pace to break the NBA best win-loss record, but never before have we seen a player score like him. He’s just like watching a basketball video game character with his ability to score the ball.