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Who’s the best power forward of 11-12

Me and my buddies always have this debate about who’s the best power forward in the league this year.

Now I’m going to start my list with the 10 guys that are considered the best of the best.

1: Kevin Love
2: Zach Randolph
3: Kevin Garnett
4: Pau Gasol
5: Carlos Boozer
6: Chris Bosh
7: Dirk Nowitzki
8: LaMarcus Aldridge
9: Tim Duncan- best of all time
10: Amare Stoudemire

This group of player can all be considered at some point in there careers the the best in the league. But for the sake of this article we are only going to talk about guys producing this year.

My buddie LJ thinks that LaMarcus Aldridge should be considered the best in the league now and is mad that he was snubbed from the All-Star game last year. This is my take on LA he has improved his game every year he’s been in the league and is putting up All-Star number early this year but there is one stat I would like to see improved from him. Rebounding: As of today he is averaging 7.7 rebounds a game and he plays the power forward position a position responsible for rebounding. He should at least average 10. His offensive number have been good 21.9ppg. I like his mid range jumper and his activity around the basket but that one stat is keeping him out of the top PF conversation. He has carried his team to a 5-2 record to start the season but can he continue this output to get his team to the conference finals?

My top PF in the game as of today is Kevin Love. Yes the guy who plays for Minnesota Timebrwolves. This guy had a breakout year last year and has become even more consistent this year. Posting ridiculous numbers thus far 26.1ppg and 14.9rpg. This guy is 6’10” and can hoop his teams record is only 2-5 but they have loss a couple of nail bitters to top tier teams like Miami and have beaten teams like the spurs and the mavs. If he can keep up this kind of output I am considering him my fav pick for MVP. I expect the timberwolves to make the playoff’s.


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