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This is where it becomes tough to choose the top three draft classes.
This draft class boasts four players, who by themselves carry this draft class to the hype they got and proved that they deserved it.
Let us start with Chris Bosh. In Toronto, he was a double double machine. He and Vince Carter created a fantastic duo, but the team never got under control; then a few years later, he was the franchise player for the Raptors. He started to take a bigger leadership role, and it proved, with back-to-back playoff appearances.
Carmelo Anthony is probably the best scorer of the four, having the ability to score from almost anywhere on the court. His athleticism and scoring ability make him the player he is.
The only problem with Melo is his defense. His defense is not as bad as it seems because when it comes to guarding star players, he can easily become a top tier defender, but when guarding average players, he does not seem to try.
Dwyane Wade is a great leader, and one of the best players at his position. He is a great scorer, great defender and a very good rebounder for his size.
Much like Carmelo, he can score from almost anywhere on the court, but prefers to slash the basket, which works for him. His leadership is what lead the Big Three to the NBA Finals and was a major role to Miami's championship team in 2006.
LeBron James is easily the best player out of this draft. Despite not having any NBA Championships to show for it, LeBron is easily the best player in the current NBA.
He is the best all-around player, with the ability to score, defend, rebound, pass, steal, etc. He may not have a jump shot at 100 percent, but his driving ability and vertical leap make it easy for him to get his points. He has great court vision as he can find open teammates almost all the time.