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Our Predictions for Top 10 NBA Scorers

So, Kobe Bryant entered his December 14, 2014 game against the Minnesota Timberwolves 9 points away from passing Michael Jordan (32,292 points) as the 3rd highest career scorer in the NBA and he did just that in the 2nd quarter, surpassing #23 with a couple of free throws. This is obviously an amazing feat and we want to wish Kobe Bryant a huge congrats! However, this accomplishment got us talking...

Will Kobe Bryant still part of the Top 10 scoring list in when all is said and done 2015? His competition is steep, young and hungry. This is definitely a great debate so we've compiled our list!

Our Predictions for Top 10 NBA Scorers by the end of 2014-2015:

 

  1.   LeBron James - A dominant scorer, with the efficiency of a PF/C. He is always always improving his post game and he's a good shooter. He can score at will but now has a very good supporting cast (Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving). 
  2.    Kevin Durant - Just coming off an injury and will give Lebron a real run for his money. He's a also dominant and scores at will.
  3.    James Harden - Currently averaging a league high 26.3 points per game and Dwight Howard is providing nice presence under the net for him to feel confident to shoot all day.
  4. Steph Curry - He's the best shooter in the league, hands down. It's crazy how a 3pt shot to him is like a dunk for Blake Griffin. Averaging just under 49% from the field, taking over 7 3-pointers a game. 
  5. Kobe Bryant - The aforementioned Kobe Bryant, a pure scorer for so many years, but we're not sure has enough juice in the tank (shooting a career low 38.6% from the field).  

 

Rounding out the remaining Top 10 NBA Scorers:

 

6. Blake Griffin

7. Carmello Anthony

8. Anthony Davis 

9. Lamarcus Aldridge

10. Klay Thompson

 

Do you agree? Let us know your thoughts!


Jason Portnoy
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