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Wednesday, October 13th, 2010 at 3:50 pm  |  16 responses

Top 50 NBA Players 2010

A glance at players 11-50.

No. 18 Joe Johnson

Joe JohnsonPresent-day critics of Joe’s act like to point out that he’s had consecutive postseasons of poor play. Maybe all the stage lights are too much for the reserved 29-year-old. Maybe they’re not. In nine regular season contests last year against the NBA’s elite (L.A. Lakers, Cleveland and Boston), Joe averaged a handsome 23.7 points a night. Dude doesn’t vanish amidst pressure.

But for this next act, he’s got to do more of it more often.

The 2010-11 campaign will, of course, be the first after the summer of shenanigans. Guys all over the League have something to prove. LBJ has to show a South Beach relocation was smart. Amar’e’s gotta demonstrate how he can carry a load by his lonesome. And Johnson, a four-time all-star, has to let everyone outside the Hawks front-office know that he’s worth six years/$119 million. Some say the only way he can do that is by guiding Atlanta to the Eastern Conference crown. Not so. What he will need to do, however, is pull a David Blaine-like sleight of hand, hoping people look one direction while he’s working his magic elsewhere.

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  • http://facebook.com/jray2009 Jray

    Ha, Howard

  • Big Clover

    Juwan?

  • kat

    That’s cute..black mamba

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    WHEN WILL THE SEASON START?

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    And the top 50 is always enjoyable. Keep it up SLAM!

  • http://www.oprah.com Doyouwantmore

    Kobe should come in third at this point, even though millions of lukewarm starstruck fans would disagree.

  • http://www.nba.com jessdogg

    1. LBJ
    2. KB24
    3. D-wade
    4. KD
    5. D12
    6. D-Will
    7. CP3
    8. Melo
    9. Pau
    10. Dirk

    The fact Kevin Durant Can score when he wants isn’t enough. LBJ still getting better while Kobe Declining. Wade won’t shine as bright as long as LBJ on his team.

  • hoodsnake

    Was Joe Johnson on this list already? He has to be up there with the most paid

  • James

    1. BlackMamba
    2. Dare i say it… Lebron
    3. Dwayne Wade
    4. Kevin Durant
    5. Dwight Howard
    6. CP3
    7. D-Will
    8. Pau Gasol
    9. Carmelo
    10. Dirk
    They’ll put lebron under kobe since he’s on the heat now. cp3 is undeniably better than d-will at the moment. Btw hornets are 6-0 and beat the heat as well
    Pau is getting better and better and actually deserves the no. 6 spot right now or at least before or right behind chris paul. Kevin Durant isn’t thriving right now.

  • Baguma

    1. Kobe
    2. Lebron
    3. D-wade
    4. D Howard
    5. Durant
    6. Gasol
    7. Rondo
    8. Melo
    9. Dirk
    10. C Paul

  • Juice69

    Lebron…Kobe…..Wade…Melo…Durant…Dwill…..Howard….DRose..Rondo….CP3..

  • Russ6

    Lebron
    DWade
    CP3
    MELO
    DURANT
    RONDO
    KOBE
    DWILL
    DIRK
    DROSE

  • http://bomb Damon

    garbage garbage garbage garbage
    you guys are idiots!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    1. kobe
    2. Durant
    3. Lebron
    4. Dirk
    5. D Wade
    6. Howard
    7. D Will
    8. CP3
    9. Melo
    10.Rondo

  • http://facebook.com Ceejay

    1.LEBRON im not a fan but theres no Q.LBJ#1
    2.WADE many have asked WADE OR KOBE ITS 2010
    3.KOBE its not 2000-2008 its 2010 mamba’s 32
    4.DIRK the greatest 7 foot pure shooter
    5.DURANT will domnate in the future not now
    6.MELO is the man can score rebount pass.
    7.CP3 greatest PG in 2010.
    8.DROSE rose or durant in the future.
    9.D12 the most dominant big man in 2010 no Q.
    10.R.ALLEN the purest shooter in histime.

  • Cwflynn

    1Kobe Bryant
    2 Lebron James
    3Derrick Rose
    4Kevin Durant
    5Dwight Howard
    6 Dwayne Wade
    7Chris Paul
    8Carmello Anthony
    9Deron Williams
    10Dirk Nowitzki

  • RL

    1LBJ
    2D-wade
    3D-Rose
    4KB24
    5DH12
    6Dirk Nowitzki
    7Carmelo Anthony
    8Kevin Durant
    9Rajon Rondo
    10Chris Paul

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