New York City has always been known as a haven for top-notch basketball talent. Yesterday, the New York Post put out a dope story highlighting the top 25 players of the past 25 years to come out of the five boroughs. The Capital of the World has produced 29 McDonald’s All-Americans and 100+ Division I players in the past quarter of century. Kenny Anderson, Jamal Mashburn, Stephon Marbury, Lamar Odom and Ron Artest were just some of the names that made up the list. To check out the full ranking and see who did and didn’t make the list, click here.