US media commentary on the NBA’s historical scoring pyramid: Irving is at the bottom, and Iverson is at the third.
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Now the American media feel that the ordinary ranking is meaningless, and the pyramid ranking is more obvious, and it can arouse discussions among many fans.
Recently, the US media has ranked another pyramid, which is a ranking of the strongest scorers in NBA history, but to be honest, this is an offensive ranking, not other rankings, but the US media still likes to put personal feelings and honor on top
Let us take a look at this pyramid ranking together today.
T1: Jordan, Kobe, Durant
This ranking is quite reasonable. Jordan scored 10 times, and the NBA scored first in scoring per game. Naturally, it goes without saying. After Jordan, it was the era of Kobe, with 81 points in a single game and other honors.
Up to Durant now, the 4 scoring titles also proved Durant’s offensive firepower, and Durant still has the hope of becoming the second active player to reach 3W points. Of course, his injury did not affect him.
too much impact.
T2: Harden, Bird, Chamberlain, Abdul-Jabbar, James
If there is a single round of offensive firepower, Zhan Huang should be the lowest. Although Zhan Huang’s offensive ability is underestimated by many people, compared with top scorers, Zhan Huang just can’t do it.
The highest score in his career is only 60 points, but fortunately, it is stable enough, and it is barely ranked in T2, but this makes the scorers of T3 a bit unfair. Personally, I think James is at most T3
As for the others, they are basically scoring madmen, and Bird has also won the scoring champion several times.
Chamberlain has maintained all kinds of abnormal records, and Harden is now dominating the scoring list, and has become the second highest season scoring average in NBA history.
T3: Iverson, Westbrook.
Anthony, Curry, McGrady, West
It seems that the American media really spare no effort to praise the current NBA superstars. Seeing Iverson, McGrady, Anthony and Curry in the same position, is this overestimating Curry or underestimating the three of them?
Since it is necessary to rank scorers, it depends on the strength of the offense.
This is why it is said that although Zhan Huang has a strong offense, he is at most T3’s strength, and Curry is the same. Although the three-pointer is accurate, Curry still has no way to compare with these three.
As for Westbrook.
In addition to not being very efficient, Westbrook’s offense is also very strong, if it wasn’t for Mosaic who unlocked Westbrook.
Now Westbrook is at most T4’s strength, but it seems that Westbrook can still barely enter T3.
There are a lot of players in T4 and T5, among which O’Neal is ranked fifth. Although O’Neal’s offense is only in the three-second zone, who can resist O’Neal in the three-second zone?
Except for being educated by Olajuwon when he was young, O’Neal has never been educated by another person in his life.
Nowitzki is also ranked in T4. You must know that this is the best big pitcher in the league, and his single-handed golden rooster is also very helpless for defensive players.