1. Kobe Bryant 6-6 Los Angeles Lakers
Analyis: Kobe has 4 rings, multiple scoring titles, 10+ all star game appearences, and an MVP trophy. Not to mention he won his first finals MVP award. He is on top and will be for a few more years.
2. Dwayne Wade 6-4 Miami Heat
Analysis: Averages 30.7 points. Led the Heat back to the playoffs. Besides LeBron James and Bryant he is the biggest showstopper in the NBA.
3. Brandon Roy 6-6 Portland Trail Blazers
Analysis: Lead a very young Blazers team to the playoffs. Averaged over 22 pts and almost 5 assists. Was very clutch throughout the regular season.
4. Ray Allen 6-5 Boston Celtics
Analysis: The best shooter in the game. Shot over 40% from the 3pt line despite shooting a great volume of 3s. He was clutch throughout the playoffs and shown he carry a team in big games despite his age.
5. Vince Carter 6-6 Orlando Magic
Analysis: Is considered to be old and falling off. But Carter still puts up over 20 a game despite being the main focus of the defense. Look to see the strongest season from Carter now that he will be playing the superb talent around him.
6. Manu Ginobili 6-6 San Antonio Spurs
Analysis: Injured most of last year. But when healthy is extremely valuable to what the Spurs have done. He is one the most productive players per 48 minutes in the league.
7. Joe Johnson 6-7 Atlanta Hawks
Analysis: Brought playoff basketball back to Atlanta. Averaged 21 points and still in his prime.
8. Andre Igoudala 6-6 Philadelphia 76ers
Analysis: The leader of a team that is looking to become perrenial playoff contenders. He is a great defender and is an underrated passer averaging over 5 assists per game.
9. Tracy McGrady 6-8 Houston Rockets
Analysis: Yes, T-Mac hasn't been healthy but look for him to come back and in border all-star fashion this year.
10. Richard Hamilton 6-6 Detriot Pistons
Analysis: One the best mid range shooters in the NBA. Solid defender and is always in the playoffs.