Based off in-game dunks, and dunk contest ability. The best dunker in the NBA is willing to attack anyone. These are the top 10 best dunkers in NBA history.
During a time where we thought we had seen it all, Zach LaVine impressed with fancy dunks from the free throw line including a windmill and through the legs dunk. He is one of three people to win the dunk contest two years in a row and it would not surprise me at all if this all-star break he goes down in history as the only player to win three dunk contest in a row. For him to rise on this list he has to prove himself as an in-game dunker over the rest of his career…
Dick Butkus is a thug on the field. Players openly said that after they played Butkus and the Bears, there would always be more people in the rehab room than ever before. A great quote describing this beast, “He was Moby Dick in a goldfish bowl”. A running back would turn into a deer in headlights when in the open field against Butkus. http://www.prosportstop10.com/top-10-best-linebackers-in-nfl-history/
Elite pass rushers to middle linebackers. The hardest hitting and best linebackers in NFL history.
It did not take long for Mike Singletary to become the heart of the Chicago Bears defense. They were known as the Monsters of the Midway pulverising teams with their relentless play. Look above to see how wide eyed and focused Samurai Mike gets on the field. There was not a single season in which Mike wasn’t number 1 or 2 tackles. In 1985, Singletary posted his most impressive season winning Defensive MVP honors (he earned this again in ’88), leading the Bears to a 15-1 record and having the…
Darrell Green truly was the “Ageless Wonder”. You think a 4.43 laser timed 40 yard dash is slow? This man recorded that time at the age of 50 years old. I can only imagine what the 20 year old Darrell Green could have accomplished in the combine today. There is a reason this freak of a man lasted 20 seasons for the Redskins. http://www.prosportstop10.com/top-10-fastest-players-in-nfl-history/
Oh Bo, I wish you had not retired so young. Bo Jackson was only in the NFL for 4 seasons, but during that time torched defenders earning him the title as fastest running back in NFL history. His combination of speed and strength has been matched by nobody since. Bo Jackson was massive at 6’1′ 230 pounds and was able to run the fastest recorded hand time in combine history at 4.12. http://www.prosportstop10.com/top-10-fastest-players-in-nfl-history/
Players in the NBA are more freakish than ever. They are faster, stronger and jump higher. You look at a player like LeBron James and wonder how someone can be that much of an athletic specimen. These players destroy on the fast break with their speed and acceleration. There are the top 10 fastest players in the NBA 2017. http://www.prosportstop10.com/top-10-fastest-players-in-the-nba-2017/