A lot is taken into consideration. Giannis will eventually be higher than Love, but Love has been in the NBA longer, both have 5 all star selections, both have a ring, Love has just had a longer career (rebound leader too).
That being said, idk how Lillard is higher than Kyrie. He’s for sure better than him tho.
Whoever made this list needs to stay off the weed. Kawhi and Giannis are 100% hall of famers and I don’t know how can anyone put Paul George over them in any list, not to mention hof probability list. Someone used some weird math here, but forgot to also use a brain.
Giannis and Kawhi could retire right now and be HOF locks.
Giannis is a DPOY, 2x MVP, FMVP, All Star MVP, and has multiple all star selections.
Kawhi is a 2x DPOY and 2x FMVP with multiple all star selections and an all star MVP.
Love will probably get in as well, but the fact that he’s so high in the list indicates to me the formula they are using puts too much weight into “longevity” and not enough weight into actual accomplishments and accolades.
Carmelo should be #1 in the Non-MVP Division (more on that to come). He has seven more Olympic game appearances than anyone else in Team USA history. U.S. Men's Olympic Games Records. Top-10 NBA career scorer. 100% lock.
I would have Anthony Davis lower.
I would have Dame lower, too, and I like Dame a lot.
Kawhi is too low. Load management arguments aside, he’s done too much to not moonwalk into the HOF.
Kyrie has done more than Dame has. Just watch 2016 Kyrie and your mind would be blown. That was back when Kyrie had that energy and desire to play the game. The current Kyrie is still Kyrie but he’s just different.
Some of that list feels so wrong that it must be done on purpose to make people get worked up and engage with it. It’s like Skip Bayless in written form. Say some outrageous shit that you know is wrong so that people talk about you.