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The Last 25 Members Of The All-Time NBA 75 Revealed: LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, And Stephen Curry Have Been Selected

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The Last 25 Members Of The All-Time NBA 75 Revealed: LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, And Stephen Curry Have Been Selected

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the NBA, and to commemorate that occurrence, the NBA has created an all-time team of 75 players that are viewed as the greatest ever to play the sport.

The NBA has decided to unveil the members of the All-Time NBA 75 in installments, with 25 players being revealed each day. The first 25 members of the list were revealed two days ago, with the second 25 of the all-time NBA 75 being revealed by ESPN's NBA Today yesterday. Today marks the last 25 names being released to the public, and you can find them down below. As a result of a tie in the voting, there are actually 76 members on the list.

1st Part:

1. Hal Greer

2. Dirk Nowitzki

3. Bob Pettit

4. Oscar Robertson

5. Bill Russell

6. Giannis Antetokounmpo

7. Kevin Durant

8. Elvin Hayes

9. Jerry Lucas

10. Willis Reed

11. Nate Archibald

12. Bob Cousy

13. Dave Cowens

14. James Harden

15. Hakeem Olajuwon

16. Kevin McHale

17. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

18. George Mikan

19. John Stockton

20. Steve Nash

21. Charles Barkley

22. Julius Erving

23. George Gervin

24. Moses Malone

25. David Robinson

2nd part:

26. Magic Johnson

27. James Worthy

28. Wilt Chamberlain

29. Jerry West

30. Larry Bird

31. Michael Jordan

32. Scottie Pippen

33. Isiah Thomas

34. Clyde Drexler

35. Karl Malone

36. Patrick Ewing

37. Chris Paul

38. Allen Iverson

39. Tim Duncan

40. Kevin Garnett

41. John Havlicek

42. Sam Jones

43. Robert Parish

44. Bill Sharman

45. Bill Walton

46. Walt Frazier

47. Paul Arizin

48. Rick Barry

49. Nate Thurmond

50. Wes Unseld

3rd Part:

51. Elgin Baylor

52. Dolph Schayes

53. Pete Maravich

54. Dave Bing

55. Lenny Wilkens

56. Dave Debusschere

57. Earl Monroe

58. Billy Cunningham

59. Shaquille O'Neal

60. Dominique Wilkins

61. Dennis Rodman

62. Ray Allen

63. Dwyane Wade

64. Jason Kidd

65. Kobe Bryant

66. Gary Payton

67. Bob McAdoo

68. Paul Pierce

69. Stephen Curry

70. Reggie Miller

71. Kawhi Leonard

72. Damian Lillard

73. LeBron James

74. Carmelo Anthony

75. Anthony Davis

76. Russell Westbrook

It has certainly been fun to slowly see who made the cut, but there's little doubt that some players and fans will be left unhappy. Brian Scalabrine has previously mentioned that "there will be outrage" at the NBA's 75 list, and there's no question that there have been some greats that have not been selected.

No list can keep everyone satisfied though, and with the amount of talent that's passed through the NBA, it's clear that there were going to be some good players left out. However, this is a great list from the NBA that celebrates the legends of the game, and it is a great way to kick off the start of the season.