Which NBA star is the biggest NBA fan?
We’ve seen Kobe Bryant, Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James, and Karl Malone.
We’ve also seen Kobe, Shaquille O’Neal, Pau Gasol, Dirk Nowitzki, and Kevin Durant.
But which NBA player does fans love to hate?
Here are the top 10 NBA fans, based on the opinions of our readers.10.
CarmeloAnthonyAnthony and Carmelo have been teammates for the better part of two decades.
They’ve played together for three NBA Finals, two World Championships, and countless championships.
But when it comes to being Carmelo’s fan, he’s never really been a fan of anyone else.
In 2014, Anthony was asked by USA Today about Carmelo.
“I don’t know who he’s rooting for,” Anthony said.
“But if he’s like, ‘Dirk is a better player than me, but I’ll be happy to root for Dirk because I’m a better basketball player than Dirk.’
I’m just a guy who loves to watch basketball.
Carmelos, if he loves basketball, then he’ll be like, Oh, I love Carmelo.”
Anthony also said in 2015 that Carmelo was the most popular NBA player, based only on the number of people he watches.
“He’s the biggest.
I’m the biggest fan,” Anthony told SI.com in 2015.
“People like to say I love to watch Carmelo, but when I’m not playing basketball, I’m watching him.
If you ask me, he is the most beloved player in the league.
And that’s why I’m so passionate about Carmeloes games.
He makes me better.
Carm, you’re the guy.
You’re the one I love.”11.
LeBronJamesJames and LeBron James have been on different teams together for nearly a decade.
After winning two NBA titles, James and James’ Cavaliers team was eliminated in the Eastern Conference Finals by the eventual champions of the Western Conference.
LeBron James’ biggest rival on the Cavaliers team, Dwyane Wade, was also eliminated in that same conference finals.
But James’ Cavs teammates aren’t only James fans.
The Cavaliers have also enjoyed two championship runs with LeBron James and Dwyan Wade.
James and Wade, along with the rest of the Cavs roster, will be on the court in the 2017-18 NBA season.
James and Wade have been in the same locker room for years.
They have had some great teammates on the Cavs, including LeBron James.
When James was a member of the Miami Heat, he said he and Wade were both “friends,” but never really saw eye-to-eye on playing together.
“We’d never really play together,” James said.
Wade added that James is “a great teammate,” but that “I never had the chance to meet him.”11,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1,12,11,10,9.
Kobe BryantThe Lakers have been together for more than 30 years.
Kobe and Bryant have been the greatest teammates in NBA history, leading the league in scoring and rebounds each of the last two decades, and being two of the greatest players to ever play the game.
Bryant was the first overall pick in the 1996 NBA draft, and Bryant’s first two seasons with the Lakers were incredible.
Bryant won five NBA championships, including two NBA Finals.
Kobe was so popular with the NBA fans that Bryant became known as Kobe Bryant the King, because he would always take his team to the next round.
Bryant’s greatest rival on Los Angeles was Shaquilles brother, Shaq.
But Shaq was also a Lakers fan.
He was a big Shaq fan, and Shaq even played on Bryant’s 2004 championship team.
Kobe had Shaq in his corner on multiple occasions.
Kobe’s biggest rival in the Lakers is Kobe Bryant’s brother, Kobe.
Shaq and Bryant were teammates for more then a decade, but Bryant has never really cared for his former teammate.
“I don [care about] him.
He’s Kobe Bryant,” Bryant said in 2013.
“He’s my teammate.
He plays with me on the team, and I like him.
I just like him as a teammate.”
Kobe Bryant was a great teammate with Shaq, but Shaq is the real Kobe Bryant.
Kobe, if you can call him that, is the greatest NBA player of all time.
Shaquillion Bryant Bryant.12.
Karl MaloneThe former Minnesota Timberwolves star has been a loyal follower of the team since he was a teenager.
Karl has won the most championships in franchise history with the Timberwolves, but he was never a big fan of the Timberwolves.
Karl’s greatest rivalry with the franchise was the 1995-96 NBA season, when Karl and the Wolves were swept in the first round by the Miami Dolphins.
Karl, however, did have one good friend on the Wolves: Shaquilaine Johnson. The Wolves