Who was the best player in the 2000s NBA?

Who was the best player in the 2000s NBA?

Who was the best player in the 2000s NBA?

Shaquille O’Neal has the greatest accolades out of the three players during the era between 2000-2009. Shaq was the most dominant physical specimen in modern history, winning 3 straight Finals MVPs and an MVP Award. In terms of being the most dominant, O’Neal takes the crown as the best during the 2000s.

Who was the best player in 2009 NBA?

2009-10 NBA Leaders

  • League Champion: Los Angeles Lakers.
  • Most Valuable Player: LeBron James (29.7/7.3/8.6)
  • Rookie of the Year: Tyreke Evans (20.1/5.3/5.8)
  • PPG Leader: Kevin Durant (30.1)
  • RPG Leader: Dwight Howard (13.2)
  • APG Leader: Steve Nash (11.0)
  • WS Leader: LeBron James (18.5)

Does LeBron have a scoring title?

LeBron can only win the scoring title if he would have led the league in scoring had he played the required number of games with his current scoring total. So, for scoring title purposes, LeBron’s 1,675 total points scored must be divided by 58 games (29.22 ppg) rather than 56 (30.27 ppg).

Who is the best basketball player 2006?

League Leaders

1. Kobe Bryant* • LAL 2430
2. LeBron James • CLE 2132
3. Gilbert Arenas • WAS 2105
4. Vince Carter • NJN 2070
5. Dirk Nowitzki • DAL 1916

Who was the best player in the NBA 2007?

LeBron James

Year Player Team
2005 Steve Nash * Phoenix Suns
2006 Dwyane Wade † Miami Heat
2007 LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers
2008 Kobe Bryant * Los Angeles Lakers

Who was the best player in 2010’s?

Here is our list of the top 10 players of the 2010s:

  • Anthony Davis.
  • Chris Paul.
  • Russell Westbrook.
  • Kawhi Leonard.
  • James Harden.
  • Kevin Durant.
  • Stephen Curry.
  • LeBron James.

Who scored 3000 points in season?

Only one other player has ever scored more than 3,000 points in a season (Michael Jordan, 1987). Chamberlain did it three times. He led the league in PER, Win Shares and Win Shares per 48 by a substantial margin and even averaged 48.5 minutes per game.