1. Jason Kidd
2. Bernard King
3. Shawn Kemp
4. Andre Kirilenko
5. Billy Knight
6. Red Kerr
7. Jerome Kersey
8. Toni Kukoc
9. Chris Kaman
10. Kyle Korver
Ouch, you know it's a bad letter when Chris Kaman is on the list! But, again, great list! Loved me some Shawn Kemp thunder dunks!
Are you familiar with Hoopshype.com? They have been putting out top 50 alltime players ists for each NBA franchise. Their lists suck!! You should look at taking a stab at something like that. Maybe just do the top 25 players though.
Brandon Knight over Korver after this year
Trolling this site still fun for you?
AK47 should be above Kukoc. True they both were role players, but Kukoc was a role player to two Top 50 of All Time players. Kukoc easily could have scored 18-23 PPG on a non-playoff team.
But was Kukoc near the defender AK47 is?
I know injuries ruined his career too soon but Clark Kellogg at least deserves a mention. 20.1 PPG and 10.6 RPG as a rookie. 19.1 PPG and 9.1 RPG as a sophomore and 18.6 PPG and 9.4 RPG in his third year before knee injuries destroyed him.
Maybe Kerry Kittles could sneak onto the list?
- 5 rings
- 2 time regular season 3 PT% leader
- All-Time leader in 3 PT%
I'd throw him ahead of Korver
Kerr was one of the best three point shooters ever, but he never played more than 25 minutes per game. Korver just has more total points, rebounds, and more total 3pt field goals, and he is only 32 (Kerr played until age 37).
A couple others who I think should be on this ahead of Kaman and Korver:
Kellog who I mentioned earlier but another one is Larry Kenon who put up some great years for the Spurs despite being the second option behind George Gervin (averaged over 20 PPG for 4 straight seasons and had career averages of 17.2 PPG and 8.9 RPG)
Red Kerr, a long-time starting center in the NBA who averaged 13.8 PPG and 11.2 RPG in his career.
Red Kerr is at 6. Above Kaman and Korver.
Unless you were stating his stats for comparison.