Leaders Of The NBA Pack

Don't miss Shaq tonight on 106!

The One and Only Shaq Is On 106 & Park Tonight! - Shaquille O'Neal was one of the most powerful players on the court before retiring from the NBA. Shaq's career spanned nearly two decades and besides playing ball, he was also a rapper and occassional actor.  Now he is an analyst on Inside The NBA, and the man behind the Shaquille O'Neal Comedy Tour. To get more details on his comedy tour and what his next move is watch 106 & Park tonight at 6P/5C!  (Photo: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for The Buoniconti Fund To Cure Paralysis)

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The One and Only Shaq Is On 106 & Park Tonight! - Shaquille O'Neal was one of the most powerful players on the court before retiring from the NBA. Shaq's career spanned nearly two decades and besides playing ball, he was also a rapper and occassional actor.  Now he is an analyst on Inside The NBA, and the man behind the Shaquille O'Neal Comedy Tour. To get more details on his comedy tour and what his next move is watch 106 & Park tonight at 6P/5C!  (Photo: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for The Buoniconti Fund To Cure Paralysis)

Deron Williams Is On 106 & Park Tonight! - He's the Brooklyn Nets' star guard, an Olympic gold medalist and a rising star. Let's just say that Deron Williams holds it down and is stopping by 106 & Park tonight to put everyone onto the NBA Baller Beats video game!Don't miss a minute at 6P/5C only on 106! (Photo: Scott Council via Slam 124)

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Deron Williams Is On 106 & Park Tonight! - He's the Brooklyn Nets' star guard, an Olympic gold medalist and a rising star. Let's just say that Deron Williams holds it down and is stopping by 106 & Park tonight to put everyone onto the NBA Baller Beats video game!Don't miss a minute at 6P/5C only on 106! (Photo: Scott Council via Slam 124)

Yes, He Did - Wade throws his arms up in celebration. (Photo: AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

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Dwyane Wade  - NBA Champion Dwyane Wade has a new book, titled A Father First. It's nice to know that besides being a champ and a great role model for people everywhere, Dwayne Wade keeps his family and his children number one. (Photo: AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

Michael Jordan - Michael Jordan is arguably the best basketball player to ever grace the hardwood. He's actually one of the reasons that Kobe Bryant and other younger players have even gotten their start, not to mention their technique. All hail Michael Jordan! (Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images for MJCI)

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Michael Jordan - Michael Jordan is arguably the best basketball player to ever grace the hardwood. He's actually one of the reasons that Kobe Bryant and other younger players have even gotten their start, not to mention their technique. All hail Michael Jordan! (Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images for MJCI)

Kobe Bryant - Whenever you think of basketball greats, Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain and Magic Johnson all come to mind. One player sure to enter the Basketball Hall of Fame once he retires will be the famed Lakers guard Kobe Bryant. He's had almost 20 years to perfect his game as a professional player, and we must say that his dedication to the game has kept him on top!(Photo: Harry How/Getty Images)

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Kobe Bryant - Whenever you think of basketball greats, Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain and Magic Johnson all come to mind. One player sure to enter the Basketball Hall of Fame once he retires will be the famed Lakers guard Kobe Bryant. He's had almost 20 years to perfect his game as a professional player, and we must say that his dedication to the game has kept him on top!(Photo: Harry How/Getty Images)

Carmelo Anthony - Before becoming a New York Knick, Carmelo Anthony was a forward who entered the league after leading the Syracuse Orange to their one and only NCAA Championship in 2003. He was with the Denver Nuggets for most of his career, but he came on home to NYC about two years ago. Hopefully, this season he'll lead the Knicks to victory!   (Photo: Reuters/Adam Hunger)

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Carmelo Anthony - Before becoming a New York Knick, Carmelo Anthony was a forward who entered the league after leading the Syracuse Orange to their one and only NCAA Championship in 2003. He was with the Denver Nuggets for most of his career, but he came on home to NYC about two years ago. Hopefully, this season he'll lead the Knicks to victory!   (Photo: Reuters/Adam Hunger)

Marc Gasol - The last name Gasol is often heard in reference to Pau Gasol of the L.A. Lakers, but his little brother Marc is a rising star who is a leader on the Memphis Grizzlies. Definitely keep your eyes open whenever Marc is around!(Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

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Marc Gasol - The last name Gasol is often heard in reference to Pau Gasol of the L.A. Lakers, but his little brother Marc is a rising star who is a leader on the Memphis Grizzlies. Definitely keep your eyes open whenever Marc is around!(Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

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Larry Bird - The don't call him "Larry Legend" for no reason. Larry Bird is one of Magic Johnson's best friends, a great coach, and a legendary NBA star that really put the Celtics on the map! (Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

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Rajon Rondo - Rajon Rondo is the 6'1" guard who has helped lead the Boston Celtics to many, many victories over the past few years. Even though he's shorter than most of the players in the NBA, he still packs a lot of power in every move he makes.(Photo: Nick Laham/Getty Images) 

Derrick Rose Is Back - After missing the 2012- 2013 season due to an ACL injury, Derrick Rose is back.  He was a showstopper on Saturday at the Chicago Bulls vs. Indiana Pacers game, scoring 13 points in 20 minutes, and helping the Bulls win 82-76.(Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

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Derrick Rose - At the tender age of 23, Derrick Rose has traveled the world and already made a huge impact in the world of basketball. When he was 22, he was named the NBA's MVP and for good reason. Chicago hasn't seen someone this amazing since the golden days of Michael Jordan, so let's see if D. Rose can live up to MJ's legacy!(Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Magic Johnson - Earvin "Magic" Johnson took the NBA by storm in the late 1970s with his power and perfection, but he retired from the game in 1992 because he had contracted the HIV virus. Although Magic had to leave the game behind, he's remained active with the NBA as a sports analyst and he's also become a successful entrepreneur and spokesperson for HIV/AIDS. (Photo: HRC/ WENN.com)

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Magic Johnson - Earvin "Magic" Johnson took the NBA by storm in the late 1970s with his power and perfection, but he retired from the game in 1992 because he had contracted the HIV virus. Although Magic had to leave the game behind, he's remained active with the NBA as a sports analyst and he's also become a successful entrepreneur and spokesperson for HIV/AIDS. (Photo: HRC/ WENN.com)

Los Angeles Clippers - Best Value: Blake Griffin, No. 1, 2009. Let's be honest: There's not a lot of competition for this honor. Griffin missed the whole 2009-10 season because of a broken kneecap, but he's now one of several reasons this downtrodden franchise is finally enjoying some buzz. Danny Manning put up good numbers for the Clippers after they took him with the top pick in 1988, but the team remained largely irrelevant.  Worst Value: Michael Olowokandi, No. 1, 1998. Olowokandi was picked ahead of Mike Bibby, Antawn Jamison, Vince Carter, Dirk Nowitzki and Paul Pierce. Ouch. (Photo: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

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Blake Griffin - Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers is a powerhouse on the court and has been since his rookie year in the NBA. After flying over a Kia (yes, a car) during his first All-Star game, Griffin raked in endorsements from Kia and Subway. One thing is certain, this NBA power player will be around for years to come!(Photo: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Kevin Durant - Forward, Oklahoma City Thunder. Western Conference.  (Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

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Kevin Durant - Kevin Durant is the forward and the star who led the Oklahoma City Thunder to the NBA finals this past season. Although the team came up short, the league and basketball fans everywhere took notice of Kevin and the star that he is.(Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

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Charles Barkley - He's recently taken on the role of spokesman for Weight Watchers and a NBA analyst on TNT, but Charles Barkley was once a Phoenix Sun with a mean jump shot and sharp tongue. Hey, what made him didn't break him and keeps building him. Go Chuck!(Photo: Adriana M. Barraza / WENN.com)

Dwight Howard - Dwight Howard was the one and only star on the Orlando Magic for a long time and had been trying to leave the team for years. Well, Dwight finally got his wish and was traded to the L.A. Lakers this summer. Now, Dwight is happy and the Lakers are looking at another championship team in the making!(Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

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Dwight Howard - Dwight Howard was the one and only star on the Orlando Magic for a long time and had been trying to leave the team for years. Well, Dwight finally got his wish and was traded to the L.A. Lakers this summer. Now, Dwight is happy and the Lakers are looking at another championship team in the making!(Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)