- Kevin Love Minnesota Timberwolves- Love is the best below the rim player in the league. His inside/outside game is incredible and he manages to grab double digit rebounds nightly. If he were on a better team we would probably see just as much of him as we do Blake Griffin.
- Tim Duncan San Antonio Spurs- The Big Fundamental showed that he is still a force in the paint during the NBA Finals. His mid range game is still great and his defense is still giving the opposition fits.
- Blake Griffin Los Angeles Clippers- Blake is an explosive player around the rim but his heart and leadership skills have been called into question lately. He and his teammate Chris Paul both agree that he needs to step up if the Clippers are going to have success.
- Dirk Nowitzki Dallas Mavericks- Dirk's game is still the same and his production is still high. Dallas owner Mark Cuban is trying to bring in new pieces to try to get one more ring before Dirk calls it quits.
- Zach Randolph Memphis Grizzlies- Okay, we know… you say 'how can we rank Randolph lower than Blake Griffin when he punked him in the playoffs?' Well, Z-Bo has a game that is up and down after being injured and is trying to get back to the force that he was in 2010-11.
- Josh Smith Detroit Pistons- The former Atlanta Hawk has something to prove. He is on a new team with possibly a new role and how he handles it could determine the direction Detroit goes in.
- Kevin Garnett Brooklyn Nets- K.G. is a little long in the tooth but he is still a force in around the basket. His leadership will be needed if the Nets are going to unseat the Miami Heat as the top team in the East.
- David Lee Golden State Warriors- David Lee always has great numbers but is not a major impact on the floor. He can do it all but is not a master of anything. The Warriors want to move further into the playoffs and it is still to be determined if Lee should be a part of that.
- David West Indiana Pacers- West is a guy who can move the momentum meter just by bringing his energy, but his game still has the Pacers as threat number one to the two time champions.
- Serge Ibaka Oklahoma City Thunder- Ibaka is slowly adding elements to his game, but he is going to need to continue building if the Thunder are going to make it back to the NBA Finals.
More power forwards to watch:
Derrick Favors Utah Jazz
Paul Millsap Atlanta Hawks
LaMarcus Aldridge Portland Trail Blazers
Ryan Anderson New Orleans Pelicans
Kenneth Faried Denver Nuggets
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