Top 10 Centers in the NBA

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    (1) Howard - Undisputed best in class
    (2) Ming - He appears to be healthy. He can shoot, rebound, block shots and is 7'6. Not a bad combo.
    (3) Noah - NBA leader in rebounding, blocking around 3 shots a game, solid defender and turning into a nice low post threat.
    (4) Lopez - Scorer, defender, rebounder and energy.
    (5) Al Jefferson - Undersized center, but he is a 20-10 guy. Not bad.
    (6) David Lee - Any athletic scorer.
    (7) Bynum - Might be higher if he wasn't so fragile
    (8) Bogut - I think he is overrated, but he still makes the list
    (9) Horford - Undersized, but still plays well
    (10) Kaman - Size rebounding and heart.
     
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    Pathetic list showing how much the Center position has fallen in todays NBA

    Chamberlain, Russell, Reed, Jabbar, Robinson, Shack....

    Where have they gone?
     
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    Definitely not the 90s when there Ewing, Shaq, Robinson, Hakeem, Duckworth, Doughtey, Smits and Sabonis!
     

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