Ranking NBA's Best Power Forwards for 2019-20 Season
#7 LaMarcus Aldridge
It was two years ago at this time when many thought Aldridge, then coming off a substandard 2016-17 season, was starting his descent. He averaged 17.3 points that season, his lowest mark since his rookie year, and shot 47 percent from the field, second worst of his career. However, that decline never ensued, and the Dallas native reemerged as one of the premier big men in the league, being named an All-Star in each of the past two seasons. Although there are several young and talented power forwards who may surpass him on this list, the soon-to-be 34-year-old is still expected to be highly productive for the Spurs in 2019-20.