Most Unstoppable NBA Player in his Prime

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edited February 2013 in From the Cheap Seats
(shoutout to Reggie miller but he dont deserve to be in this discussion... lol)

Most Unstoppable NBA Player in his Prime

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  • P swayze166P swayze166 Posts: 1,978 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Kobe
    Kobe...and it's not even close
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  • DaBullDaBull Posts: 7,252 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Wilt
    Close the thread if Wilt is not mentioned and wins by a landslide, just look up his stats
    O.G.will grimey
  • tha bausetha bause Posts: 1,570 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Shaq
    No diss but who the hell would vote zeke????
  • WhoisDonG???WhoisDonG??? Posts: 2,351 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Jordan
    Prime Jordan name one player fucking with that 88 Jordan nigga won Allstar MVP DPOY League MVP Dunk Contest... Scoring leader and Steals leader. Plus only other player to score 3000 points in the season besides Wilt... Need I say more???
  • BDBIIDBDBIID 5* Poster. Ranked #1 ESPNU150,Rivals,247Sports. Uncommitted. The Fieldhouse. Posts: 13,613 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Other (name names)
    Cliff Robinson.
    tha bausehueyaka40Calblackrain
  • tha bausetha bause Posts: 1,570 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Shaq
    The BDB wrote: »
    Cliff Robinson.

    BIG DOG

  • P swayze166P swayze166 Posts: 1,978 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Kobe
    Going with Prime Shaq...he literally could not be stopped.

    he had to be given the ball though...he was useless outside of 6 feet from basket.....prime kobe dropped 81 on niggas, why is this even a debate? smh
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  • CoolJoeCoolJoe Posts: 6,032 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Shaq
    Between Shaq and Jordan.
    Inglewood_BTheIraq
  • NothingButTheTruthNothingButTheTruth Posts: 9,585 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Shaq
    With no flopping? Prime Shaq, otherwise Kobe.
    Inglewood_B
  • AZTGAZTG Posts: 3,417 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Kobe
    I voted Kobe only for the 81 point game and the consecutive 50 and 40 points games cause i watched them, but anyone from Kobe Jordan Shaq and Wilt is a good vote. Possibly lebron and Durant maybe in the discussion one day too but still too soon for them.
    buttuh_b
  • smittysmithsmittysmith Posts: 7,627 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Shaq was more of an unstoppable force during the postseason he tended to cruise in somegames during the regular season. Wilt was a beast but gotdayum at taking almost 40 shots a night to get his numbers. Jordan was leading the league in pts while being the best defender in the game which says a lot, Id give him the slight edge.
    gman82
  • iKingGodGivBiziKingGodGivBiz Batman With Prep Time Posts: 18,050 Regulator
    edited February 2013
    Prime Jordan
    surprised nobody mentioned hakeem
    seeing how he dominated every 90s center when jordan wasnt ruling the league(shaq, david robinson, ewing).
  • Mister B.Mister B. The IC'sTeacher...learn some shit! Posts: 10,000 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited February 2013
    Prime Shaq
    Shaq.

    C'mon, man. Outside of Mike, this shouldn't even be close. 99-03 Shaq was the most dominant force to ever play in the NBA.

    Honestly, ANYONE who votes Kobe is a certified troll. Stop bullshittin.

    (and yes, I AM aware that I didn't vote for Prime Abdul-Jabbar. We talking about one point of a career, not an entire one.)
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  • CoolJoeCoolJoe Posts: 6,032 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Shaq
    KingGivBiz wrote: »
    surprised nobody mentioned hakeem
    seeing how he dominated every 90s center when jordan wasnt ruling the league(shaq, david robinson, ewing).

    I thought that bullshit about Hakeem "dominating" Shaq was dispelled on this board already.
    Shaq did his numbers in that Finals matchup, Hakeem just played better.
    SocialAssassinRati
  • playmaker88playmaker88 You over did it holmes, you in the danger zone, you shouldn't be alone Posts: 52,101 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Kobe
    kobe mj wilt diesel no order
    LPast
  • blu197blu197 Posts: 5,202 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Kobe
    No Prime Bird or Prime Magic tho
    playmaker88dwade206
  • Reggie80Reggie80 Posts: 2,402 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Wilt
    Shaq.

    C'mon, man. Outside of Mike, this shouldn't even be close. 99-03 Shaq was the most dominant force to ever play in the NBA.

    Honestly, ANYONE who votes Kobe is a certified troll. Stop bullshittin.

    (and yes, I AM aware that I didn't vote for Prime Abdul-Jabbar. We talking about one point of a career, not an entire one.)

    In year 2000, during the regular season, Bryant averaged almost 29 points and five assists per game. How did these stats translate over to the NBA Finals? They lowered to 15 points and four assists per game.
    Shaquille O’Neal, on the other hand, raised his scoring average, from 28 in the regular season to 38 in the finals.
    In 2001, the Lakers once again won the NBA Finals. Kobe’s scoring average dropped in the clutch once again, forcing O’Neal to step up his scoring from 27 per game in the regular season to 33/16/5 in the finals.

    In 2002, For the third straight year, Kobe’s scoring and assists declined in the finals and O’Neal of course stepped it up in the finals.
    Shaquille O'Neal: 36ppg 12rpg 3apg 59%FG
    Kobe Bryant: 26ppg 5rpg 5apg 51%FG

    2003-2004 vs Detroit Pistons
    Shaquille O'Neal: 26ppg 10rpg 1apg 63%FG
    Kobe Bryant: 22ppg 2rpg 4apg 38%FG with Bean taking 6 more shots per game lol........
    ^^^^^
    Not to mention, logically, why should a player shooting with a much lower FGP average six more shots than a former three times finals MVP that was shooting a much higher percentage?

    For his first three chips, Kobe had the privilege of watching Shaq put up three of most dominant finals performances ever. In fact at the time of Shaq’s third championship, he was averaging the most points per game in NBA finals history.


    Lol at niggas saying Kobe was more dominant than Shaq cause he put up 81 against Toronto.
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  • O.G.O.G. KEEP SOME SUNSHINE ON YOUR FACE. -RICHARD PRYOR Posts: 4,687 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited February 2013
    Prime Wilt
    How could it not be Wilt. It does not matter if you ever seen him play. You just know.

    from nba.com

    Most games with 50+ points, 118; Most consecutive games with 40+ points, 14; Most consecutive games with 30+ points: 65; Most consecutive games with 20+ points: 126; Highest rookie scoring average: 37.6 ppg; Highest field goal percentage in a season: .727. And with many of these, the player in second place is far behind. His name appears so often in the scoring record books that his name could be the default response any time a question arises concerning a scoring record in the NBA.
    playmaker88gem$toneKNiGHTS
  • NothingButTheTruthNothingButTheTruth Posts: 9,585 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Shaq
    Reggie80 wrote: »
    Shaq.

    C'mon, man. Outside of Mike, this shouldn't even be close. 99-03 Shaq was the most dominant force to ever play in the NBA.

    Honestly, ANYONE who votes Kobe is a certified troll. Stop bullshittin.

    (and yes, I AM aware that I didn't vote for Prime Abdul-Jabbar. We talking about one point of a career, not an entire one.)

    In year 2000, during the regular season, Bryant averaged almost 29 points and five assists per game. How did these stats translate over to the NBA Finals? They lowered to 15 points and four assists per game.
    Shaquille O’Neal, on the other hand, raised his scoring average, from 28 in the regular season to 38 in the finals.
    In 2001, the Lakers once again won the NBA Finals. Kobe’s scoring average dropped in the clutch once again, forcing O’Neal to step up his scoring from 27 per game in the regular season to 33/16/5 in the finals.

    In 2002, For the third straight year, Kobe’s scoring and assists declined in the finals and O’Neal of course stepped it up in the finals.
    Shaquille O'Neal: 36ppg 12rpg 3apg 59%FG
    Kobe Bryant: 26ppg 5rpg 5apg 51%FG

    2003-2004 vs Detroit Pistons
    Shaquille O'Neal: 26ppg 10rpg 1apg 63%FG
    Kobe Bryant: 22ppg 2rpg 4apg 38%FG with Bean taking 6 more shots per game lol........
    ^^^^^
    Not to mention, logically, why should a player shooting with a much lower FGP average six more shots than a former three times finals MVP that was shooting a much higher percentage?

    For his first three chips, Kobe had the privilege of watching Shaq put up three of most dominant finals performances ever. In fact at the time of Shaq’s third championship, he was averaging the most points per game in NBA finals history.


    Lol at niggas saying Kobe was more dominant than Shaq cause he put up 81 against Toronto.

    There's a lot of biased stats up there that I don't feel like rebutting, but Shaq's prime is NOT Kobe's prime idiot. That alone kills your argument since your base is off.

    No one was saying Kobe was the GOAT with Shaq. Kobe's prime was well after the whole Shaq shit. SMH @ your ignorance.
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  • CoolJoeCoolJoe Posts: 6,032 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Prime Shaq
    I really don't undertsand how Prime Kobe was as unstoppable as Prime Shaq or Prime Jordan.
    If Kobe was that unstoppable, he wouldn't have had a 3 year streak of not getting out the first round, come on now.

    I would think the most unstoppable players will make serious noise in the playoffs, no matter how bad their teammates are.
    P swayze166
  • Reggie80Reggie80 Posts: 2,402 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited February 2013
    Prime Wilt
    Reggie80 wrote: »
    Shaq.

    C'mon, man. Outside of Mike, this shouldn't even be close. 99-03 Shaq was the most dominant force to ever play in the NBA.

    Honestly, ANYONE who votes Kobe is a certified troll. Stop bullshittin.

    (and yes, I AM aware that I didn't vote for Prime Abdul-Jabbar. We talking about one point of a career, not an entire one.)

    In year 2000, during the regular season, Bryant averaged almost 29 points and five assists per game. How did these stats translate over to the NBA Finals? They lowered to 15 points and four assists per game.
    Shaquille O’Neal, on the other hand, raised his scoring average, from 28 in the regular season to 38 in the finals.
    In 2001, the Lakers once again won the NBA Finals. Kobe’s scoring average dropped in the clutch once again, forcing O’Neal to step up his scoring from 27 per game in the regular season to 33/16/5 in the finals.

    In 2002, For the third straight year, Kobe’s scoring and assists declined in the finals and O’Neal of course stepped it up in the finals.
    Shaquille O'Neal: 36ppg 12rpg 3apg 59%FG
    Kobe Bryant: 26ppg 5rpg 5apg 51%FG

    2003-2004 vs Detroit Pistons
    Shaquille O'Neal: 26ppg 10rpg 1apg 63%FG
    Kobe Bryant: 22ppg 2rpg 4apg 38%FG with Bean taking 6 more shots per game lol........
    ^^^^^
    Not to mention, logically, why should a player shooting with a much lower FGP average six more shots than a former three times finals MVP that was shooting a much higher percentage?

    For his first three chips, Kobe had the privilege of watching Shaq put up three of most dominant finals performances ever. In fact at the time of Shaq’s third championship, he was averaging the most points per game in NBA finals history.


    Lol at niggas saying Kobe was more dominant than Shaq cause he put up 81 against Toronto.

    There's a lot of biased stats up there that I don't feel like rebutting, but Shaq's prime is NOT Kobe's prime idiot. That alone kills your argument since your base is off.

    No one was saying Kobe was the GOAT with Shaq. Kobe's prime was well after the whole Shaq shit. SMH @ your ignorance.

    I know that dickhead I was simply refefering to the truth writer post for the niggas trolling saying Kobe prime was better than Shaq or anyone else's while throwing some shade at Bean cause you niggas get all uptight whenever that happens.Plus what numbers are biased they are what they are. What would you consider Kobe's prime?
    Was it 05-07 when he was putting up ridiculous numbers but in the 3 seasons where Kobe did not have Shaq and Gasol, he failed to make it past the first round and he even once failed to lead his team to the playoffs. . There is no excuse for Kobe and the Lakers to lose a 7 game series against the Suns minus Amare and go 0 for 3 in chances to advance past the 1st round.

    Or was it 08-10 when they won those back to back chips?

    Either way Wilt Mike Shaq Kobe
    P swayze166
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