Now that we've discussed the top 10 point guards, shooting guards and small forwards in NBA history, it's time to look at the chameleon of basketball positions: power forwards.
Kevin Garnett helped with that revolution by demonstrating how big men can run a break and even act as a de facto point guard.
In determining the order here, we'll use the same mostly subjective criteria from the previous positional top 10s.
One final housekeeping note: We'll consider Basketball Reference the arbiter of positional determinations for this piece and subsequent top 10s...
Plenty of fans likely see Tim Duncan as a power forward, but Basketball Reference tabs him as a center for 71 percent of his minutes.