Deckers retirement marks the end of the three MVPs of the Great Pre-flourishing Age.

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 Deckers retirement marks the end of the three MVPs of the Great Pre-flourishing Age.


Once upon a time, three Western strikers, Duncan, Garnett and Nowitzki, appeared on the All-Star arena at the same time, and they even had to be replaced by one. These three have their own years: Duncan won MVP in 2001-02 season and 2002-03 season, and won three finals in 1999, 2003 and 2005. He still averaged 16.3 points and 9.2 rebounds in the playoffs at the age of 37 in 2014, with no Bosh, proving his strenght of 19 seasons. Duncan is also known as the No. 1 forward in history.

Then Garnett led the Timberwolves to a very strong performance in the 2003-04 season, and he also won the MVP in the regular season. However, he was left to join the Celtics and led the team to win the championship in the first season as a defensive core. After that, Garnett circled around and finally returned to the Timberwolf retirement, which was also a successful harvest.

Garnett and Duncan retired in 2016, while Dirk fought three more seasons. After suffering serious injuries, Dirk began not to play as the teams first core identity, but throughout his career he has always been regarded as the top offender in the fourth place: in 2006-07 season, Dirk led the lone ranger to 67 wins and 15 losses with 180 Club shooting percentage, and also won the MVP, but in the first round of that year, he was black eight, and in the laughter, King Novon was still strong. In 2011, he finally succeeded in revenge and won the lost championship from the Heat. So far, all three big forwards have their own MVP and championship. But after these three super power forwards, with the leagues main small ball tactics, the position of power forward has been gradually diluted: a large number of former small forwards began to top to the fourth position, and a large number of pitchers turned into space-type fourth position. Nowadays, although Denmei, Alphabet and Griffin all play in the league, they are no longer the players who played in the fourth position like Duncan, Dirk and Garnett. They are not the stars who can hold the ball as the central axis. It is not known where the future power forward will go, but another legendary star is far away, which is still very sad. Source: Netease Sports Author: Editor-in-Charge: Huang Yu_NS1604

Garnett and Duncan retired in 2016, while Dirk fought three more seasons. After suffering serious injuries, Dirk began not to play as the teams first core identity, but throughout his career he has always been regarded as the top offender in the fourth place: in 2006-07 season, Dirk led the lone ranger to 67 wins and 15 losses with 180 Club shooting percentage, and also won the MVP, but in the first round of that year, he was black eight, and in the laughter, King Novon was still strong. In 2011, he finally succeeded in revenge and won the lost championship from the Heat. So far, all three big forwards have their own MVP and championship.

But after these three super power forwards, with the leagues main small ball tactics, the position of power forward has been gradually diluted: a large number of former small forwards began to top to the fourth position, and a large number of pitchers turned into space-type fourth position. Nowadays, although Denmei, Alphabet and Griffin all play in the league, they are no longer the players who played in the fourth position like Duncan, Dirk and Garnett. They are not the stars who can hold the ball as the central axis. It is not known where the future power forward will go, but another legendary star is far away, which is still very sad.