6 NBA Superstars Who Aren't Getting Enough Credit for Monster Years

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6 NBA Superstars Who Aren't Getting Enough Credit for Monster Years
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Dwyane Wade and Kobe Bryant are both superstars, but which one isn't receiving enough credit?

The basketball portion of basketball is too often lost.

It's more fun when Kobe Bryant is fighting Dwight Howard, when Carmelo Anthony wants to fight Kevin Garnett or wondering whether Kevin Durant will ever fight anyone.

NBA superstars stand like billboards downtown. Depending on the size of the downtown or the crammed activity around the billboard, it's easy to miss the message of the advertisement.

As such, actual on-court production is sometimes overlooked.

Many big names receive plenty of credit (sometimes too much), and then there are the players who aren't earning enough credit this season.

 

All stats reflect games played prior to Jan. 8. Each slide utilizes John Hollinger's Player Efficiency Rating (PER) as an overall rating of per-minute production. The league's average PER is 15.0.

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