#5 Paul Millsap

For the 5th best power forward in the Nba i chose Paul Millsap from the Denver Nuggets. Paul is one of the best in the world, he can create open looks with his devistating pump fake or find open men with his phenomenal passing. paul averaged 17.6 points per game along with 8.2 rebounds per game and 3.8 assists per game.With him joining a new team i can see him becomeing even better.


#4Blake Griffin

I picked Blake Griffn from the Los Angeles Clippers. Blake can really do it all, he can shoot the mid range and even the three, he can drive in on you and score and he can also fly over you and dunk on you. Blake averaged 21.2 points per game along with 8.8 rebounds and 4.7 assists.


#3Kevin Love

This is the Kevin Love that the Cleveland Cavaliers wanted. He's learned every nuance of the defensive system and always positions himself well, making up for his lack of vertical ability with strength and quick hands. Kevin is averaging 21.5 points per game along with 10.9 rebounds per game. Though his scoring in the post has helped, his biggest offensive plus is the ability to shoot 39.3 percent from downtown while taking 6.9 treys per game. He really is truly the 2nd best i the world at power forward.


#2Anthony Davis

Teaming up with DeMarcus Cousins does nothing to damage Davis' status. He'll forfeit some touches and collect fewer shots and boards while bird-dogging opposing 4s and roving around extra passing lanes, but his output won't vary that much.The New Orleans Pelicans, for starters, don't have the tested depth to do anything other than ride the backs of both their bigs. Davis will get his, because they need him to get his. He averaged 23.1 points, 9.6 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 1.9 blocks per 36 minutes of spin next to Cousins. His defensive counting stats may have peaked within this dynamic, but his offensive production will improve as he acclimates to the new world order.


#1Kevin Durant

It's taken the former MVP really no time to adjust. He's averaged 26 points while shooting a staggering 53.4 percent from the field, 38.7 percent from downtown and 86.1 percent from the charity stripe. And though he may not get to create his own looks as often, he's thrived as a spot-up threat and reallocated his energy to other areas. He is also averaging 8.7 rebounds per game and 4.6 assists per game. This is the most complete we've ever seen Durant, terrifying as that may be for the rest of the league.