NBA Top-75: 3 Biggest Snubs From NBA’s Greatest Of All-Time List

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For the NBA’s 75th year in operation, the league is having a ton of different celebrations throughout this season, one of which was releasing their Top-75 Greatest Players of All-Time list. From current players in the league to legends of the NBA, there were a ton of great names on this list. 

Future Hall-of-Famers like Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James, Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Chris Paul and James Harden all were include in this list, along with some of the best of the best in Michael Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain, Kobe Bryant, and so many others. 

Now, any time lists like this are released, there is always a debate between who should be where and who got left off the list, but there are definitely some discussions that need to be had about this list.

All 75 players named are some of the best players in NBA history, but three players in particular really got the short end of the stick on this list. 

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All 50 members of the NBA’s 50th Anniversary Team released in 1996 were included in this list, which is fine, but it is hard for them to leave some names off this list. 

So who are these mystery names that deserve to be recognized as part of the NBA’s 75th Anniversary Team? Let’s take a look at the three biggest snubs from the NBA’s 75th Anniversary Team that was named at the start of the season. 

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