The Complex All-NBA Team

LeBron or Durant? CP3 or Steph? Here's a ranking of each of the top players in the NBA by position.

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With the 2013-14 NBA regular season nearly completed, it’s perfectly reasonable to take a step back and use this time before the playoffs to examine each player’s performance over the past year. We’ve seen Kevin Durant make yet another leap and likely secure his first MVP award, LeBron James having the typical Hall of Fame-level LeBron season, and the likes of Anthony Davis and Stephen Curry asserting themselves as the next generation of stars.

More than almost any other time in league history, the talent taking the court every night virtually guarantees that fans will get to see at least one standout player in any given game. Every position in the NBA is stacked with players who are capable of being All-Stars, making this season in particular one of the toughest years to select All-NBA teams in recent memory.

Despite it being difficult to choose, we’ve narrowed down the list of the league’s top players by position and will present the top three at each one. Looking at their entire careers but placing added importance to what they have done lately. Check out the Complex All-NBA Team.

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No. 3 Point Guard: Tony Parker

No. 3 Shooting Guard: Dwyane Wade

No. 3 Small Forward: Paul George

No. 3 Power Forward: Blake Griffin

No. 3 Center: Dwight Howard

No. 2 Point Guard: Stephen Curry

No. 2 Shooting Guard: Goran Dragic

No. 2 Small Forward: Kevin Durant

No. 2 Power Forward: Carmelo Anthony

No. 2 Center: Anthony Davis

No. 1 Point Guard: Chris Paul

No. 1 Shooting Guard: James Harden

No. 1 Small Forward: LeBron James

No. 1 Power Forward: Kevin Love

No. 1 Center: Joakim Noah

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