Most overrated NBA Player of AllTime?

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For me it's Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
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Kareem Abdul Jabbar’s prime was longer than most NBA player’s careers. He was an accurate scorer. He shot hook shots from 10–14 feet from the basket. His career shooting accuracy was 56%. Shaq who was a dunker shot 58%. Wilt who was more of a power player shot around 54%. Hakeem was around 51%.
Kareem was a very good shot blocker early in his career. He was one of the few players to ever lead the league in rebounds and blocks during the same season (75–76)
 

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I think the most overrated players are between Lonzo Ball or Dwight Howard

I’ll go with Dwight Howard. For a supposed franchise player, he doesn’t have a go-to move and never improved his handles and passing ability. Not to mention his poor free throw shooting. He didn’t care to work on his game especially after he started losing his athleticism and explosiveness. His brawny frame cannot hide that he is soft. As revealed in his stint with the Lakers, he doesn’t really care about leading a team and winning. But even as he refuted, this was even further confirmed with the Rockets. Whenever push comes to shove, Howard bails out and makes excuses.
 
I diasagree fam should I tell you why

Kareem Abdul Jabbar’s prime was longer than most NBA player’s careers. He was an accurate scorer. He shot hook shots from 10–14 feet from the basket. His career shooting accuracy was 56%. Shaq who was a dunker shot 58%. Wilt who was more of a power player shot around 54%. Hakeem was around 51%.
Kareem was a very good shot blocker early in his career. He was one of the few players to ever lead the league in rebounds and blocks during the same season (75–76)
The reason why I believe he is overrated is because his accolades are extremely misleading. People put him in the "GOAT" conversation when he shouldn't be there. His longevity plays a big part of his success. He competed in the weakest era in NBA History (1970s). He won 6 chips, which is good but he was only Finals MVP in 2 of them. In Only 2/6 rings he was the best player on the floor. In his last 3 championships he wasn't even the 2nd best on his team, Magic and James Worthy were better and outperformed him. Without Oscar Robertson or Magic he only has 1 Playoff Series win...
 
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I diasagree fam should I tell you why

Kareem Abdul Jabbar’s prime was longer than most NBA player’s careers. He was an accurate scorer. He shot hook shots from 10–14 feet from the basket. His career shooting accuracy was 56%. Shaq who was a dunker shot 58%. Wilt who was more of a power player shot around 54%. Hakeem was around 51%.
Kareem was a very good shot blocker early in his career. He was one of the few players to ever lead the league in rebounds and blocks during the same season (75–76)

To rephrase, I don't think he is the most overrated in History.. But in terms of Legends he is.
 
The reason why I believe he is overrated is because his accolades are extremely misleading. People put him in the "GOAT" conversation when he shouldn't be there. His longevity plays a big part of his success. He competed in the weakest era in NBA History (1970s). He won 6 chips, which is good but he was only Finals MVP in 2 of them. In Only 2/6 rings he was the best player on the floor. In his last 3 championships he wasn't even the 2nd best on his team, Magic and James Worthy were better and outperformed him. Without Oscar Robertson or Magic he only has 1 Playoff Series win...
Also he is the All-Time leading scorer but he played 21 seasons. If Jordan played 21 seasons he could've gotten 40K points.
 
The reason why I believe he is overrated is because his accolades are extremely misleading. People put him in the "GOAT" conversation when he shouldn't be there. His longevity plays a big part of his success. He competed in the weakest era in NBA History (1970s). He won 6 chips, which is good but he was only Finals MVP in 2 of them. In Only 2/6 rings he was the best player on the floor. In his last 3 championships he wasn't even the 2nd best on his team, Magic and James Worthy were better and outperformed him. Without Oscar Robertson or Magic he only has 1 Playoff Series win...
He also won MVP on a team that didn't even make the Playoffs.. like how is that possible. Hakeem from an eye test standpoint is way better.
 
I think the most overrated players are between Lonzo Ball or Dwight Howard

I’ll go with Dwight Howard. For a supposed franchise player, he doesn’t have a go-to move and never improved his handles and passing ability. Not to mention his poor free throw shooting. He didn’t care to work on his game especially after he started losing his athleticism and explosiveness. His brawny frame cannot hide that he is soft. As revealed in his stint with the Lakers, he doesn’t really care about leading a team and winning. But even as he refuted, this was even further confirmed with the Rockets. Whenever push comes to shove, Howard bails out and makes excuses.
Dwight is extremely slept on. Ye his physical attributes had a lot to do with his dominance, he wasn't really skilled. But I feel that people don't appreciate his career just because of his stint with the Lakers. Orlando Dwight was a top 5 player in the world. Lonzo isn't living up to expectation ut I think next year will be his breakout year, I think he will win Most-Improved.
 

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Dwight took Orlandos farmers squad single-handedly to the finals. Nobody can name the rest of the starting Orlando squad without googling them. Dwights mistake was teaming up with Kobe, who doesn't make anyone better unlike MJ ir even Lebron
 

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