For starters, how about the 2019 NBA MVP, Giannis Antetokounmpo? His card flies in as a 102 overall, and with all of the skills that he posses, this is a dangerous card.
Many have argued that he could be the best player in the entire NBA along with LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and Kawhi Leonard. At only 25-years old, he is a four-time All-Star to go along with his MVP, and last season, he led the Milwaukee Bucks to the Eastern Conference Finals, losing to the eventual NBA champion Toronto Raptors.
Next up on the list is probably one of the greatest dunking big men ever in Blake Griffin. He swings in at a 100 overall with his card, and if you know Griffin, you can expect him to take it to the rack with authority.
After coming out of Oklahoma as the top draft pick in the 2009 NBA Draft, Griffin has put together a steady career that is borderline Hall of Fame-ish. Starting out as an elite dunker, he captured the 2011 Slam Dunk Contest further growing his stardom.
Since his younger years, he has been selected six times as an All-Star and the All-NBA Second Team three times. And over the years, he has developed as one of the best passing power forwards in the NBA, making him a threat in more areas than one.
And finally, we come to Karl-Anthony Towns, one of the best three-point shooting centres in the league. His card is a 99 overall, and when you think of versatile big men, you always think of Towns.
A two-time All-Star, Towns has made a name for himself as one of the game’s best centres overall. Not only is he a great shooter at 7’0″, but he can score on the inside too. To add on to that, he’s a very good rebounder making him a skilled player on both sides of the court.
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