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Who Are The Greatest Players Of The NBA?

Understanding the NBA

The NBA is probably one of the most popular sports in America. It is, in fact, the go-to game for most new bettors, at least a quarter of newbies to the sports gambling game will bet on the NBA, this could be due to the sheer volume of games, or simply that the NBA has a huge fan base, and what better sport to bet on than your favorite sport?

There is much to keep in mind when you are betting on NBA, but one of the things that you need to be aware of are the greatest players. If you are betting on a game and do not know which team or player to place your bets on, go with the option that has one of our listed legends.

If these guys are playing, you can bet your lucky stars, you will get a win.

1. LeBron James.

We all know LeBron James is a superstar in the basketball world right now. He's always been legendary, but when he secured his fourth NBA championship, the king cemented himself as the league's best player. After all, we cannot disagree, he has made it to the NBA finals every year he has been healthy since 2011!

He is the most well-rounded player of this generation, and while there are plenty of other talented players chasing his throne, his chase to keep him as the greatest of all time keeps him more than motivated to be the best player right now.

2. Kevin Durant.

Before he got sidelined with a torn Achilles injury in the NBA Finals in 2019, Kevin Durant was without a doubt the clear no.2 in the league. He is one of the most elite scorers in NBA history. He picked up his defensive effort on the loaded Warriors Squad.

3. Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Giannis is the winner of the last two NBA "Most Valuable Player" awards. He has not been able to get it done in the postseason. With two straight exits in the second round, Antetokounmpo's lack of shooting ability has cost him where it matters most. Nonetheless, his elite athleticism and never ending wingspan have made him an unstoppable force on the defense.

4. Stephen Curry.

We cannot deny that Stephen Curry is probably the best shooter of all time. He has been proving something during the first portion of the 2020-2021 season that has been a knock on him during the Warriors' dynasty, simply, he can win all games on his own. We would like to see him do a match by himself!

He has single-handedly taken over games against the Lakers in this aforementioned season. He even set a new career-high of 62 points against Portland. Woah!

5. James Harden.

Although James Harden's nine-year tenure with Houston did not end the way any of us would have liked, his scoring ability never goes overlooked, although his vision is overlooked.

He led the league in assists per game when he played primarily at the point for the Rockets back in 2016-17, and he is doing so again in the 2020-2021 season.

6. Kawhi Leonard.

Kawhi is probably the best two-way player we have on this list, and is the third multi-NBA Final MVP honoree. He has proven he can win as the lone superstar while he is with Toronto, and he is looking to take the Clippers to the same heights.

He takes pride in his one-on-one defense, and he has improved his offensive repertoire every year that he has been in the NBA.

7. Anthony Davis.

Anthony Davis is probably LeBron James' best sidekick. His tenure with the Lakers is off to an epic start as he helped the Gold and Purple win the title in his first season with them.

He is basically unguardable on the offense, and he is simply too quick with an excellent handle for normal big men, he is also too strong for the smaller forwards that try covering him. He simply blocks everything from every angle as the final line of defense. Formidable!

Why do you need to know this?

While it is always good to know about the players in teams when you are watching a sport or placing a bet, it is beneficial to know their reputation and where their strengths are. Understanding the players on a team will help you to make the decision that will likely yield the best result. If you have a game that includes one or more of these players, knowing they are on the team can certainly sway the odds of the game.