I never really liked the way Duncan played the game, so I didn't want to put him in the top 10, but you really cant argue against these stats:
Two MVP's, four championships, three Finals MVPs, 10 playoff appearances, and a nine-time All-NBA first team.
From 98-04, he is seventh in scoring, fifth in FG percentage, first in rebounding, third in blocks, and a nine-time NBA All-Star, and 10-time NBA All-Defense.
Looking at these stats, I wonder if I should of put him higher up on the list, significantly because of his scoring (a top ten scorer almost every year of his career), and also Duncan being the great defender that he is.
If he leads the Spurs to another title, I can imagine him in the top six.