5. Karl Malone
“The Mailman” Karl Malone statistically, is the most dominant Power Forward in NBA History. He is still 2nd all-time in career points and 7th all-time in career rebounds. He began his career with the Utah Jazz and played there most of his 20-year career, with his last season being played in LA with the Lakers in a bid for an NBA Title that never came.
Malone averaged 25 points per game for his career, regularly putting up 27 or more per game in 8 different seasons. In fact, during his career he was a 14-time NBA All-Star, earning All-NBA First Team honors 11 times. He was even an NBA MVP twice (1997 & 1999). Malone did compete in the NBA Finals before his jump to LA for a year. However, his Jazz team ran into those impressive Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls in the two times the Jazz appeared there (1997, 1998).