Ranking NBA's best frontcourts

Tim Duncan & Co. continue to leave younger trios behind

Updated: August 22, 2014, 5:04 PM ET
By Amin Elhassan | ESPN Insider

San Antonio SpursSoobum Im/USA TODAY SportsTiago Splitter and Tim Duncan anchor the NBA's best frontcourt.

Earlier this week, we ranked the top five starting backcourts in the league. Meanwhile, Bradford Doolittle wrapped up his series on the top 10 players by position with centers on Friday (power forwards were Thursday and small forwards Wednesday), so it's appropriate to assess how well the players in those positions play together on various teams. Who are the most productive? Today, we look at the NBA's best frontcourts: