so my Mount Rushmore is going to start with Jerry West. I know that might be a head scratcher to some, but hear me out. He was drafted in 1960 played for 14 years. Through those 14 years, he was first or second all MBA. 12 years averaged 27 points per game Throughout the course of his career, went to nine MBA Finals was known as Mr Clutch on, Obviously, is the n B A logo. But beyond all of that, what's more impressive is his career as an executive is responsible for the eighties Lakers dynasty, the early two thousands Lakers dynasty and the Golden State Warriors dynasty, and most recently, has worked with the Clippers and now has put them in contention to be MBA champions as well. Basically, anything the guy has ever touched throughout his NBA career has turned to gold. Second on the list is gonna be a combination of Larry Bird and Magic Johnson, and the reason that I have them together is I think the representation, as the combination of both players, is far stronger and easier to identify than either player on their own. And these two are pretty much solely responsible for resuscitating the MBA back from the dark ages of the late seventies. They're perfect dichotomy of one another. Um, I think the MBA public was able to identify with the yin and yang that the two of them truly were on. Beyond bringing the MBA back from nearly it's death. They were ultimately dominant basketball players, winning eight of the 10 MBA championships throughout the course of the eighties. Number three on the list. The most obvious choice. Michael Jordan, most dominant basketball player that I've ever seen. I think the argument could be made that he's most dominant, dominant basketball player ever. Also, I think arguments could be made that he's the most skilled and talented player of all time. And ultimately he's this standard for which all other basketball players air measured today's game. I don't think you can have a greater compliment than that. Finally, a rounding on my list would be LeBron James. I think he has secured the mantle of the most consistent player of all time gone to 10 MBA championships. I think through his 18 years he's also going to go down as theme, most statistically accomplished player of all time, too. So that would be my Mount Rushmore. Um, I think there are, Ah, lot of people that you could slot into those spots. I don't really think there's a wrong answers faras Mount Rushmore, but that's who I would go with.