With Tim Duncan as their anchor, the Spurs have reached the 50-win mark for the 15th time in the past 16 seasons, including 14 straight. Duncan is still putting up big numbers at age 36, most recently dropping 28 points and 19 rebounds against the Mavericks, adding to his lead of players with 20-15 games since his rookie season. So where does this future Hall of Famer rank among the list of all-time great power forwards? Set your rankings below!

All stats as of March 14, 2013

All-time NBA power forwards

Charles Barkley

Charles Barkley

23,757 points
12,546 rebounds
54.1 FG%

Dave DeBusschere

Dave DeBusschere

14,053 points
9,618 rebounds
43.2 FG%

Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan

23,485 points
13,072 rebounds
50.7 FG%

Kevin Garnett

Kevin Garnett

25,201 points
13,802 rebounds
49.8 FG%

Elvin Hayes

Elvin Hayes

27,313 points
16,279 rebounds
45.2 FG%

Karl Malone

Karl Malone

36,928 points
14,968 rebounds
51.6 FG%

Kevin McHale

Kevin McHale

17,335 points
7,122 rebounds
55.4 FG%

Dirk Nowitzki

Dirk Nowitzki

24,699 points
8,973 rebounds
47.4 FG%

Bob Pettit

Bob Pettit

20,880 points
12,849 rebounds
43.6 FG%

Dennis Rodman

Dennis Rodman

6,683 points
11,954 rebounds
52.1 FG%

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