I use to feel the same, but as I have watched the game over the years, you can be a great player and not win a championship, but can you be a "perfect 10" player? I don't think so. A perfect player needs to be able to lead his team to a championship, otherwise they can't score a 10 in my book. My opinion, but being a "perfect" player you should have to meet some pretty tough criteria and winning a championship is one of the critereia I would expect.Yaboosh said:Winning a championship proves a team, not a player (in my opinion). It does look good on a resume though.
Jordan was a 10 no doubt, but ever? Just off the top of my head I'm going to say Bill Russell, Bird, Magic, and Chamberlain were also 10's.piff said:8.5
His skill level is only a 7.5 now, but such high potential can't be overlooked. Look for this kid to be a 9.5 in a couple years. BTW, Jordan is the only 10 ever.
10 is the number I use for the best and only the best. The players you listed are high, high nines. Like 9.9, 9.8, ect.TopHatCat64 said:Jordan was a 10 no doubt, but ever? Just off the top of my head I'm going to say Bill Russell, Bird, Magic, and Chamberlain were also 10's.
So why are you posting here then?Jigga-Scrooge said:nba sucks. it is not basketball. it is 1v1.
in his prime, reggie miller was a superstar. 9.5 is pushing it though imo .. he is a very good clutch shooter though.Ranger14 said:Reggie Miller? 9.5? Insert a confused smiley here. He is a really good player, but there are a lot more players I would rate higher than him.