The biggest free agents are the best players, and that will be true of all free agents for the summer, which starts today.
The biggest moves will be the most significant moves in free agency, which will be reflected in our list of the Top 100 players of all time.
Here’s a look at our Top 100 player rankings for the 2018-19 NBA season.
In the last 20 years, the last time there were fewer than 100 players in the Top 10 is 2009-10, when the Warriors signed James Harden, and Paul Pierce.
In the past two decades, there have been nine players in that list, the only players that have been on it since 2010-11.
It has taken the Warriors five years to reach the 100-player mark.
The last time they were that high was in 2017-18, when Durant and Westbrook were on the team, so they’re still looking to break the mark.
Here are our Top 10 list of all-time best players of free agency.1.
James Harden(2013-14, Houston Rockets) With the Rockets coming off a season of dominance and winning three titles in a row, Harden was named to the All-NBA second team.
Harden was also named the league’s Defensive Player of the Year and Sixth Man of the Season.
The Rockets finished in the top three in points allowed and field goal percentage, and led the NBA in scoring defense and field-goal percentage.
Harden was a key cog for the Rockets, which won three titles, led the league in assists and rebounds, and finished first in the league for free throws made.
He averaged 20.5 points and 9.0 rebounds per game.
The All-Star in 2013-14 also averaged 9.2 assists and 4.7 rebounds per contest.
LeBron James(2012-13, Cleveland Cavaliers) After winning his first title in 2007-08, James was named MVP of the 2008 NBA Finals and the 2010 NBA Finals MVP, as well as a champion.
The Cavaliers won the NBA title in 2013, and were named to four consecutive postseason appearances.
James averaged 25.5 per game in the playoffs, averaging 18.8 points and 10.5 rebounds per.
James was also the NBA Finals Defensive Player and Sixth man of the year.
James finished the season with 29.3 points and 12.7 assists per game, ranking second on the Cavs.3.
Kobe Bryant(2012, Los Angeles Lakers) The All-Rookie Team selection in 2012, Bryant became a four-time All-Defensive Team selection and one of the top defensive players in NBA history.
The Lakers went 11-5, led by Bryant’s 16.5 blocks per game and 21.5 field goals per game to finish second in the Western Conference.
Kobe led the team with a career-high 15.3 blocks per contest and was named NBA Defensive Player-of-the-Year.
Bryant also led the Lakers in rebounds, steals, and blocks, while he averaged 23.2 points, 9.8 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.8 blocks per.4.
Dwight Howard(2012-, Houston Rockets)- The All, First and Second Team selections in 2012-13 and 2013-13.
Howard had a breakout season with the Rockets as a rookie.
Howard averaged 18.0 points and 11.0 blocks per, while also finishing second in rebounding and blocked shots.
The Rookie of the Month in 2012-’13 was second on Houston in scoring and third in steals per game as well.
Howard also led Houston in assists, rebounds and steals, while finishing second to Paul George as the NBA’s Most Valuable Player.
Dwyane Wade(2012-’13, Miami Heat)The Rookie of, First Team selection, and Defensive Player in 2012-.
Wade was named the NBA Defensive Rookie of Season in 2012.
Wade was also voted the NBA Most Valuated Player in 2011-’12.
Wade won the Most Valuables award, averaging 16.9 points, 8.5 assists and 3.8 steals per contest, while shooting 60.2 percent from the field and 56.1 percent from three-point range.
He was also second in rebounds and blocks and second in steals.6.
Russell Westbrook(2012′, Oklahoma City Thunder)- The first overall pick in 2012 and the NBA MVP in 2013.
The 2012 MVP was a three-time First Team All-Defense player, and was the NBA Sixth Man-of the Year in 2012 with 13.5 steals per, including a career high in assists.
Westbrook led the Thunder to a second straight NBA Finals appearance and was selected to the NBA All-Dame First Team for the first time in his career.
He finished with 31.1 points and 13.4 rebounds per, finishing second on Oklahoma City in scoring, assists, and steals.7.
Andrew Wiggins(2012′-13, Minnesota Timberwolves