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While u do u have a point, my top 10 is kinda like a power rankings for these players. Noah has been on a tear recently so I think he deserves his spot. Howard is injured so I can use that as a reason to exclude him, and Anthony Davis is right there. He sent shock waves thru the league with that 40pts and 20reb performance.
I'm also a little torn between Wade and Paul George. Wade has played really well when healthy. And George has been in a mini slump. Do u think Roy Hibbert is overrated?
But when Parker does play, he's as solid as ever. Love is the total package. But it's a matter of who gets hot between those 2. Love and Curry have both been playing at superstar levels lately. And Love and the Wolves might make a playoff push with Martin back and the Suns slipping.
That list is a but outdated mate. I'll update it don't worry.
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That's all u got? 1st of all I meant that as a joke, and Durant is only 25 so he still has a long time to develop into an even better player. And when ur the focus of one of the best defensive teams in the league without any support around u, yeah ur gonna struggle. Don't worry you'll all see what he can do in the near future.
Before I destroy I destroy any pathetic argument u can come up with, why do u say that? Just know I'm a fan, in no way am I masquerading as KD.
How can I root for LeBron without rooting for the Heat? I wanted him to get a ring, and therefore I wanted the Heat to get a ring. It's not a big deal.
LeBron and Steve Nash are two of my favorite players, and have been for a very long time, so naturally I would root for their respective teams. And the Suns have always been a favorite of mine, so I continue to support them now. I don't see any issue with liking teams that have faced off in the past...
I'm not sure what the point of your message was. Is it wrong for me to start supporting the Heat when a favorite player of mine becomes the face of their franchise? That doesn't make me any less loyal to the Suns or Sonics.