LeBron, Curry headline 11 active players in NBA’s 75 greatest


It is such a blessing to live in the current era of basketball.
As the NBA celebrates its 75 th Anniversary Season, the association unveiled more
players that are included in the 75 Greatest of All-Time, led by none other than LeBron
James, who is on his 19 th year in the NBA, along with Stephen Curry led the 11 active
players to be included in the list.
Here are the complete list of the up and coming legends of the NBA.
LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers who is a four-time MVP, 17-time All-Star, 1-
time scoring champion, 4-time champion
Stephen Curry, the one who changes the game and the greatest shooter to ever touch a
basketball. A two-time MVP, 7-time All-Star, 2-time scoring champion, 3-time champion
Kevin Durant, arguably the best scorer, a 1-time MVP, 11-time All-Star, 4-time scoring
champion, 2-time champion.
Giannis Antetokounmpo, a freak athlete who won back-to-back MVP, 1-time Defensive
Player of the Year, 5-time All-Star, and a reigning NBA champion.
James Harden, another crazy scorer who won an MVP, appeared 9-time in All-Star and
a three-time scoring champion
Kawhi Leonard, the fun guy who is a five-time All-Star, 2-time Defensive Player of the
Year, Finals MVP, and two-time champion
Chris Paul, the point god. An 11-time All-Star and fourth in the all-time assists leader
Anthony Davis, a versatile big men who is an eight-time All-Star and an NBA champion
Carmelo Anthony, a postup powerhouse, a pure scorer with 10-time All-Star and 1-time
scoring champion in his resume.
Russell Westbrook, the triple-double machine with one MVP, 9 All-Star appearances
and a two-time scoring champion
Damian Lillard, one of the proven clutch players in the era and a six-time All-Star.

Many though, complained about the non-inclusion of guys like Kyrie Irving, Klay
Thompson at Dwight Howard who have a pretty strong resume too and an immense
impact to the league.