No player in league history has had an immediate impact on two franchises in such a short time frame like LeBron James has had. James has changed the fortunes of teams such as the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Miami Heat during his illustrious career in the National Basketball Association.
The debate in regards to Kobe Bryant being the closest thing to Michael Jordan is not even up for discussion in my opinion. The "Black Mamba" contributed to the Lakers winning five NBA World Titles during his reign of greatness in the National Basketball Association.
On the court, Bryant took
Former Spurs power forward Tim Duncan was selected number one overall in the 1998 NBA Draft. The four-year standout out of the University of Wake is the last great player to excel at the pro-level after spending all four years in college.
Duncan could have opted to leave Wake Forest
After years of back and forth debate on this issue, Tops Sports will finally release who they believe are the five greatest players of all time dating back from 1990 to the present day. The name of this topic will be called the Tops Sports.Com Five Greatest Players in NBA History
After overcoming the odds by losing star player Kawhi Leonard in Game 6 against the Houston Rockets, the San Antonio are back in the Western Conference Finals.
The Game 6 victory over the Rockets led the Spurs to gain the momentum in the series which resulted in them winning by 40-points