Without any single kind of doubt, Michael Jordan is the ultimate and greatest basketball player in the history of this sport, and most people even consider him to be the best athlete ever.
As a matter of fact, the league owes most of it’s current popularity to Michael Jordan, and his legacy can’t be denied or discussed, as he’s unanimously considered as the best player in the history of the NBA.
Jordan was so dominant on both ends of the court that he actually stopped most of the greatest players in basketball history from winning a championship, in an era where the league saw their best competitors and probably most talented players go at it against Jordan and the Bulls.
But, after Jordan decided to hang’em up and call it a career, great ballers surged to finally take the league for assault and make the most of the chance to succeed without Jordan completely demolishing their hopes and dreams. So today, we’ll list the top 16 players of the post-Jordan era.
Honorable Mention: Tracy McGrady, Vince Carter, Tony Parker, Carmelo Anthony, Dwight Howard