Top 10 Fastest NBA Players Ever

Top 10 Fastest NBA Players Ever

Fast Breaks are hands down, the most exciting
plays in Basketball. So when you see these guys headed for the
bucket, you know they push it to the limit. So let’s explore the speediest players up
n down the court.. With that being said, we’re back to our
list, of the Ten Fastest NBA Players EVER.. This video is Sponsored by our friends at
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City Grill! Number 10: Allen Iverson
Practice? We talkin bout Practice? Well , no need for practicing speed AI, because
you were gifted with it… The outspoken Sixer hall of famer, could be
considered one of the greatest athletes to ever play in the NBA. As a High school player of the year in both
Football and Basketball, Allen was torching dudes down the court dropping 30 points a
game 4 years in a row in the association, while a huge chunk of his points were coming
from fast breaks and outlets. Number 9: Spud Webb
At only 5 feet 7 inches tall, you know Spud Webb was a speed demon.. As he was towered by most of his opponents,
Spud used his dribbling skills and his motor to gain an advantage. Not only was Spud super duper quick, he even
has ridiculous hops as he won the 1986 slam dunk contest at 5 foot 7! What a badass! Number 8: Derrick Rose
The only reason why Rose isn’t at number 1 is because injuries had derailed his consistency
with speed. But in 2011, when he won the NBA most valuable
player award, he was showcasing the most elite speed the NBA has ever seen. As the number 1 pick out of college to the
Chicago Bulls. Derrick Rose quickly made a name for himself,
as he won the Rookie of the year, MVP award and All NBA 1st team honors. Number 7: Tony Parker
4 time NBA champion Tony Parker from the San Antonio Spurs will go down as one of the speediest
point guards the league has ever seen. When drafted from France with the 28th pick
in 2001, many scouts and coaches didn’t give Tony much credit as his shooting range was
sub par… but what they didn’t account for, was how quick and agile he was with the ball
in his hands.. As he helped turn the Spurs into a 2 decade
dynasty. Number 6: Lebron James
Maybe the only man on the planet to be 6 foot 8 inches tall and 250 pounds to be able to
beat a 5’11 elite point guard down the court. At times, Lebron was so fast, that he even
made Dwayne Wade and Kyrie Irving look slow. From end to end, Lebron’s speed is scary.. As he can grab a board and take it coast to
coast and dunk on you and your whole family. son. And hes got a Defense too.. So don’t step on the block, or you’re gonna
get blocked.. Number 5: Leandro Barbosa
Known as the Brazilian Blur, this point guard is so quick he would leave his opponents looking
lazy as he runs past them with ease. Coach Steve Kerr of the Golden State warriors
mentioned in a press conference that Barbosa’s speed in transition is electric, translation:
he’s way faster than his star guards Steph Curry and Klay Thompson. Number 4: John Wall
Sports Science tested John Wall’s speed while handling the ball, and Wall’s change
of direction speed is faster with a ball in his hands than kevin durant without a ball. Now that’s fast as shit.. But his speed isn’t limited to just his offense,
as he has a plethora of highlights with his chase down blocks.. They say Speed kills, but John’s Speed pays. Number 3: Russell Westbrook
This season Westbrook averaged a triple double, which means as a point guard he averaged 10
rebounds a game! That’s an incredible stat. And when Westbrook grabs that defensive board,
he is in full speed push mode, as his speed makes everyone around him look like
they are jogging. Considered as one of the most exciting players
in the league, Westbrook’s speed and quickness is as top level as the NBA has ever seen. He must be getting lots of protein to keep
up with that speed. Yo Russell, bulk up and get a BCG double at
Burger City Grill next time you’re back in Los Angeles! Number 2: Nate ‘Tiny’ Archibald
If you talk to any old school NBA fan that watched Nate Tiny Archibald in the early 70’s.. They will all tell you, he was the fastest
man, they ever seen. Even after tearing his achilles in 74, he
still came back years later with the Boston Celtics and helped them win a Championship. Now that’s some gangsta shit. Number 1: Isaiah Thomas
Regarded as having One of the most quickest first steps in the league, Thomas has put
undersized point guards on the elite map, as he averaged the most points in the 4th
quarter, more than any other player in the league. And that’s all because of that speed, as
his opponents start slowing, Isaiah Thomas just gets faster.. Something like that D do. And there you have it, our list of the ‘10
Fastest NBA Players Ever’ Did we miss any other speed freaks? If so, mention them in the comment section
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  1. 1. Tracy McGrady
    2. Derrick Rose
    3. Rusell Westbrook
    4. Gilbert Arenas
    5. Allen Iverson
    6. Jamal Crawford
    7. John Wall
    8. LeBron James
    9. Drazen Petrovic
    10. DeMar DeRozan
    1,000. Anthony Bennett
    1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Boston Celtics Shaquille O'neal

  2. micheal jordan is the fastest he was fast and strong enough to take flight an rise above all

  3. This list is terrible even current Rose is faster than prime Tony Parker and if Spud is here how is muggsy who was even faster not here? And where the hell is Devin Harris?!?! That dude had crackhead speed in the Nets.

  4. If we're talking about who's the quickest in the NBA it would be rookie Derick rose

    But if we're talking about speed and who's the fastest it's Allen Iverson I mean look how fast he gets to one side to the other

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