NBA Top 5 Post Moves of All Time: Which Player Had It All?

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NBA Top 5 Post Moves of All Time: Which Player Had It All?

This article is strictly related to Big Men (C/PF) with the best arsenal of post moves.  This does not include any players that did not play center or power forward. 

This does not mean simply the best post players but rather the best post moves. 

I only put the top 5 all time.  I felt as though I had to give some credit where credit is due, so I listed some honorable mentions as well.

Honorable Mentions:

Patrick Ewing – Had some great post moves that included hook shots with his freakishly long arms.  He also dominated the defensive end of the basketball court.

David Robinson – He is the Modern day left handed Dwight Howard, a physical freak to say the least.  He is also the last player to record a quadruple double in 1994 with 34 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists, and 10 blocks.

Kevin Garnett – His Shoulder Shimmy Shakedown made him scary from mid-range and unstoppable form the base line given his length.

Moses Malone – The mastered at throwing up shots around the basket and getting his own tip in, one of the quickest leapers the NBA has ever seen.

Charles Barkley – The Round Mound of Rebound had a great all around game but at only 6’6 it was amazing what he could do in the post.

Karl Malone – Think Modern day Blake Griffin.  The Mailman delivered dunks whenever they were due.

Artis Gilmore – Know as the strongest player to play during his era.  His shear strength dominated other post players.

Bill Russell – Best defensive big man of all time, also was not too shabby down on the low block.

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