Best Bodies or Physiques in the National Basketball Association (N.B.A.) History (All Time)


I have been a fan of the National Basketball Association (N.B.A.) for almost 30 years now.  One day I figured I would make my all-time list of N.B.A players with the best physiques.  My team will compose of five players who will fill out a normal N.B.A starting five.  In my list a couple of players might be out of position, oh well, it is my list and if I want to place a small forward at shooting guard it is my prerogative.

Center: David Robinson; San Antonio Spurs.  David Robinson is seven foot one and two hundred fifty pounds of solid muscle.  Of all of the men who have ever walked this earth, David Robinson was second-to-none in his physical appearance.

Power Forward: Dwight Howard; Orlando Magic.  Dwight Howard is six foot eleven and weighs 265 pounds.  Dwight has the widest shoulders in the history of mankind.  Dwight can jump out of the building and grab a dollar from the top of the backboard while leaving change.

Small Forward: Karl Malone; Utah Jazz.  Karl Malone is six foot nine and 265 ponds of terror.  In his prime Karl Malone was a one man wrecking crew who played basketball the old school way.  Karl Malone was one of the first N.B.A. players to hit the weight pile to get bigger muscles.  In my opinion, he is the father of muscle-bound basketball players.

Shooting Guard: Scottie Pippen; Chicago Bulls.  Scottie Pippen is six foot eight and 228 pounds of wiry muscle.  Scottie was an all-time great defender and his physical condition was second-to-none of any N.B.A. player in history.

Point Guard: Michael Jordan; Chicago Bulls. Michael Jordan is six foot six and 216 pounds of fierce passion for winning.  No guard in N.B.A. history played better defense or had a greater will to win.  Michael Jordan changed the game and brought it to a new level.  Michael Jordan is the greatest player to ever dribble a basketball.

Honorable mention:

Otis Thorpe: Six foot nine and 225 pounds of solid muscle.

Orlando Woolridge: Six foot nine and 215 pounds of raw explosive power.

Alonzo Mourning: Six foot ten and 260 pounds of fiery emotion.

Kevin Willis: Seven feet and 220 pounds of drive and determination.

Blake Griffin: Six foot ten and 250 pounds of muscle that can jump out of the gym.

Joe Kleine: Six foot eleven and 255 pounds of muscle and one of the originators of muscle in the N.B.A.




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