Matt Moore of CBSSports.com analyzes the top five power forwards in the league and ranks them. This is an oft-debated topic on this forum, and I think Moore made a reasonable case for his rankings. Here is his conclusion: 1. Love 2. LMA 3. Anthony Davis 4. Bosh 5. Griffin. Bosh is still very much a weapon for LeBron James to use, Griffin still leaves you wanting even if you understand that he is the singularly most overly and unnecessarily criticized guy on this list. Davis is still really young and if you pay attention you'll see little things he's still having to learn. LMA-Love is a legitimate fight and the one that will most likely lead to that bloodshed I mentioned earlier. But to watch Kevin Love is to watch a player who can score from anywhere, any time, no matter the defense or defender, is the best passing power forward in the game and its not close (no other player on this list can be given the ball at the high pinch post and quarterback a possession without dribbling once), and is consistently the biggest reason his team wins. To make this into an argument is to try and raise the level of all the superb players listed, but so far this season, it's hard to come up with an answer but "Kevin Love" to "Who is the best power forward in the league this season?"