migya wrote:One thing I will say is that it is humanly very difficult for the level to get much higher than it is right now in the nba! There is not much more moves to be invented and the level of condiotioning and athleticism is incredibly high
You know, some of them could also learn to shoot...
migya wrote:We can honestly say that if Wilt Chamberlain was so much better than every other player in his era (which he wasn't miles ahead of some but it is said he was), then he should be seen as the greatest player ever. Most of us, me certainly, will say Jordan is the best ever but he wasn't quite as ahead of everyone else as Wilt was (though I reckon he was because he won so much and was ALWAYS the best player, not counting his 2 seasons in Washington)
I hate dominant players in any sport (that is, unless they play for my team). It just makes it (somewhat) boring to watch. I was always rooting against Jordan's Bulls for that reason, hoping to see them lose a significant game. And it never happened... Watching the same players and the same teams winning for a long time gets boring quickly (well, not really watching them play, but being able to predict the outcome).