Center: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
He's the NBA's all-time leading scorer, is ranked third all-time in both rebounds and blocked shots, was the regular-season MVP six times, a two-time Finals MVP, and a 19-time All-Star.
Center: Wilt Chamberlain
Scored 100 points in one game (1962), still the most ever, he's the league's all-time leading rebounder -- he grabbed 20 or more boards per game for 12 consecutive seasons -- and is seventh on the scoring all-time scoring list.
Power forward: Tim Duncan
He was a two-time MVP, a three-time Finals MVP, 15-time All-Star and led the Spurs to five NBA titles.
Power forward: Karl Malone
"The Mailman" ranks second all-time on the scoring list and seventh in rebounds. He was a two-time MVP and a 14-time All-Star for the Jazz.
Small forward: LeBron James
He hasn't surpassed Jordan as the GOAT but he's in the conversation because he's now the NBA's third all-time leading scorer, he's a three-time NBA champion, including three Finals MVP awards, a four-time regular-season MVP and a 16-time All-Star. Plus, he can play any position but we're categorizing him here.
Small forward: Larry Bird
Larry Legend led the Celtics to three NBA titles in the '80s, was a two-time Finals MVP, a three-time regular-season MVP, and a 12-time All-Star.
Shooting guard: Michael Jordan
Easy peasy slam dunk pick. He's still the GOAT unless King James accomplishes a few more things to dethrone him and take his crown. MJ has six title rings, six Finals MVP awards, five regular-season MVP awards, and a 14-time All-Star and 10-time scoring champ. Everyone wanted to be like Mike.
Shooting guard: Kobe Bryant
Speaking of what to be like Mike, the late, great Kobe Bryant emulated his game after MJ's, and he had an incredible career with the Lakers, that included five NBA titles, two Finals MVP awards, one regular-season MVP award, 18 All-Star selections and his 81-point game (second to Wilt's 100) in 2006.
Point guard: Magic Johnson
Before there was a do-it-all-guy like LeBron, there was The Magic Man. Could play any position, even center, and did while leading the Lakers to five NBA titles. He was also a three-time Finals MVP, three-time regular-season MVP and a 12-time All-Star.
Point guard: Steph Curry
Arguably the greatest, most dangerous shooter in NBA history, Curry has three title rings with the Warriors and won back-to-back regular MVP awards in 2015 and 2016. He's also a six-time All-Star.