Kevin Durant and LeBron James were named the most valuable NBA players of all time by Forbes magazine on Thursday.
“The League” stars Kevin Love, Carmelo Anthony, Russell Westbrook and J.R. Smith also topped the list, followed by Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green.
Durant, the NBA’s all-time scoring leader, was named second-most valuable player after playing for the Warriors for 13 seasons.
James and Durant, along with fellow MVP LeBron James, were the only two players to score more than 1,000 points in their NBA careers.
The NBA Finals are expected to decide the championship for the Golden State and Cleveland teams.
The Warriors have won five NBA championships, while Cleveland has won four.
The league’s salary cap is expected to rise to $1.15 billion for the 2019-20 season, with the top 10 teams receiving an additional $3.3 billion.
The Warriors and Cavaliers will compete for a record $2.5 billion in luxury-tax revenues.
The cap is projected to hit $2 billion for each of the next four seasons.
The list is updated every Friday.