Today's NBA power forward must have the ability to play inside, outside and everything in between, and that necessary versatility has revolutionized the game. The phenomenon is best represented by LeBron James, who often takes the role of point forward for Miami, and rising stars like Minnesota's Kevin Love and Portland's LaMarcus Aldridge, who is the best mid-range shooter in the game today. Their range allows coaches to play small and big while generally not compromising the team's philosophy.
Below are the league's top 10 power forwards in 2014:
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