The NBA’s landscape is changing. The game is faster and more entertaining than it has ever been, and it does not look to be slowing down. As players receive endorsements and commercials for high flying dunks and jaw dropping handles, the highlight reels and cameras pass over the anchors of the team – the centers.
Centers are the most scrutinized players on a team. If a team’s defense is poor, it’s the center’s responsibility to roam the paint and defend all five players. If a team does not score in the paint, the center is picked apart for being too defensive minded and liable on offense.
Here are the NBA’s 10 best centers in the league:
Anderson Varejao – his career season was cut short due to a blood clot. If he finished the season, he would have been Top 5.
Andrew Bogut - Bogut only played in 32 games during the regular season, and though fantastic during the playoffs, was gimpy throughout the regular season.
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