The NBA has just announced its pick for the best 15 players from the 2010s, helping to squash those frequent “Kobe vs LeBron” debates.
Dubbed the “NBA All-Decade Team,” the 15 players have been divided into three different teams based on their performance over the past 10 years. Each team includes two backcourt players and three front-court players.
Making the first team is LeBron James, who entered the league back in 2003, along with Stephen Curry, who undoubtably single-handedly changed the game over the years. The two powerhouses are joined by James Harden, Kevin Durant and recent NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard. Over a 10-year span, this team has won a total of 10 rings.
Lakers legend Kobe Bryant finally makes his appearance on the third team — which is a mix between new, old and in-between — alongside Dwyane Wade, Paul George, LaMarcus Aldridge, and 2019 MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo.
The players were chosen by a panel of NBA.com and NBA TV producers and analysts. Head over to NBA.com for more details.
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