To round out the list, we have Anthony Davis, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kyrie Irving.
3: Kyrie Irving: Kyrie is one of the most skilled players in the league, and is a top 15 player for most people. He does everything on offense. I can't stand how people discredit the fact he doesn't make plays for his teammates. Why does a great player need to be a play maker? Sure, that is another facet of the game, but not being a play maker shouldn't discredit a player nearly as much as it does to Kyrie. When you can score like Kyrie Irving, and handle the ball like Kyrie Irving and create like Kyrie Irving, I want you to shoot the ball. Period. The fact he isn't a great playmaker is blown out of proportion. Even though he's a PG, in this league, getting buckets wins games. This is coming from someone who is all about play making for others as well, which is why I'm a huge fan of cp3, Wall, Magic, etc.
2: Giannis Antetokounmpo: Giannis has a lot of hype surrounding his name because of the POTENTIAL he has. That makes him overhyped, but not necessarily overrated. He's a mis match for any defense, and his athleticism along with his size and length and versatility is a huge problem for any defense. He's a skilled ball handler, he can rebound, he gives an awesome effort defensively, and he's a willing playmaker. Giannis is probably the most promising player in the NBA.
1: Anthony Davis: Davis is still a top 7 player in the league. He's a franchise player, he's a super star, he does it all. He's very athletic, he can score inside and out, he's crafty, he's an elite defender, he really does it all. There's not much I can say about Davis that you don't know other than the fact that I think he's a clear cut ahead of the rest of the players on this list. When talking about two way players, his name doesn't get brought up enough.
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