The Absolute Best Power Forwards (PF) in NBA 2K21

Not long ago, we’ve seen point guards, shooting guards, and small forwards, and now is the turn of the power forwards, a position where we can find very talented players who currently are or are on their way to becoming stars in the NBA 2K21. The following 10 players are the absolute best at doing these jobs right now in NBA 2K21.

Kevin Durant – 96

Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant is a two-time Finals MVP and former scoring champion. He’s an almost unguardable scorer who also happens to be a solid rebounder and underrated defender. His ability to do more outside the basic needs of a power forward is what makes him one of the best players in the league. But if you want to use it in MyTeam, you need to spend some 2k mt coins.

Giannis Antetokounmpo – 96

Giannis Antetokounmpo

The 2x reigning NBA MVP has yet to find any real success in the NBA Playoffs, but it’s hard to deny how dominant he is on a night-to-night basis. Giannis Antetokounmpo is easily the best point scorer in the league and has a case as the league’s best defender as well. He can guard bigs or guards, work in the post or off the perimeter, and he can even handle the ball and distribute it as well. What makes Giannis such an outstanding player is the lack of holes in his play.

Anthony Davis – 94

Anthony Davis

Hot off the heels of his first NBA Finals win as a Los Angeles Laker and easily his best NBA Playoffs performance, Anthony Davis has proven he is one of the NBA’s best players. Davis is averaging 26.1 points, 9.3 rebounds, and 3.2 assists per game for the Lakers as they continue their quest towards a first NBA title since 2010.

Zion Williamson – 87

Zion Williamson

The New Orleans Pelicans’ No. 1 draft pick from 2020 has averaged 26.3 points on 62 percent shooting from the field. He’s also pulling down about seven boards and giving out 3.5 assists a game and was named an All-Star this season. His close-range stats are all in the 90s, with some of the best Athleticism in the game. His incredible Strength, Stamina, Speed, and Acceleration attributes make him an unstoppable force when playing.

DeMar DeRozan – 87

DeMar DeRozan

DeMar DeRozan spent 9 long years making a name for himself in Toronto as a member of the Raptors organization. He built a resume that proved he was a star player and saw plenty of success in the magenta and purple. Not only was he was named an All-Star for the fourth time in his career, but he also made the All-NBA Second Team for the first time in his career.

Domantas Sabonis – 86

Domantas Sabonis

Domantas Sabonis may or may not be a name you recognize, as his dad was a fan favorite NBA player decades ago. Domantas doesn’t live in the shadow of his father, and analysts likely would argue he has a much higher ceiling. He plays at the Power Forward or Center position for the Indiana Pacers.

Tobias Harris – 85

Tobias Harris

Tobias Harris‘s had some of his best seasons in Philadelphia. He was great last season with the Sixers, helping the team to get to the Eastern Conference semifinals. With season averages of 20.3 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 3.4 assists per game on 51.3% shooting, he has been a vital part of the Sixers’ resurgence this year.

Julius Randle – 85

Julius Randle

Julius Randle has been a huge part of why the New York Knicks are competitive this year and the league’s No. 1 team defensively. Randle leads the team in points (23.2), rebounds (11.1), and assists (5.5). He can score anywhere on the floor as a 3-Level Scorer and get the defensive rebounds too. With a 98 offensive consistency alongside his high stats, you can succeed with Randle in any game mode. His ability to find the open man makes him look like a point guard in a power-forward body.

Pascal Siakam – 84

Pascal Siakam

Pascal Siakam is a young player who’s only getting better every year as an important presence for the Toronto Raptors. Siakam might not be at that elite level that some other big men in the NBA have reached, but he’s getting their fast with career numbers in scoring, rebounding, and assists this season.

John Collins – 84

John Collins

John Collins could be the future of the PF position. He isn’t the traditional paint-beast presence most teams have at power forward, but he’s still no slouch down low. Where Collins really differentiates himself is his range and accuracy shooting the ball as a stretch-four. Collins shoots an awesome 40% from 3 and has put up career-high numbers in blocks, points, and rebounds.

Next, we will announce the best centers. If you know who they are, stay tuned.