Ah, yes, the 1990s, the most magnificent era in NBA history.
The 1990s encapsulated everything great about the sport of basketball from the Dream Team to the Bulls Dynasty to amazing stars galore, from Jordan to Bird to Magic and Karl Malone and Moses Malone and Dominique and Shaq and Alonzo and LJ and KB and GP and AI and T-Mac and McHale and Mashburn and Jim Jackson.
Also, you surely remember Parish and Rice and Stockton and Kemp and Nance and Price and Nash and Dirk and Kidd and Finley and the Big Dog Glenn Robinson. Oh yeah, then there was the amazing skills of Reggie, English, Bernard King and Dantley and Dumars and Rodman and Isiah and Marbury and Tim and Anferne Hardaway and Stackhouse and Blackman and Ron and Dertek Harper.
Then there was Richmond and Webber and Mullin and Olajuwon and Drexler. Let's not forget Scott and Worthy and Ray Allen and Pierce and Garnett and Ewing and Sprewell. What about Barkley and Chambers and Duncan and Robinson and Vince and Pippen?
Wow - truly no era can compete with that. But here we highlight some semi-stars of the 1990s who may have been big-time if they played today, or in the 1960s.