San Antonio Spurs swingman DeMar DeRozan had an interesting take when asked who he thinks should be on the list of the best one-on-one players in the NBA right now aside from himself. DeRozan is arguably one of the best individual talents in the league and no, that’s not up for debate.

When asked who he thinks should go after him in the list of the NBA’s best one-on-one players, his answer was quite simple.

“Me, me, and me,” DeRozan jokingly said (via NBA on ESPN).

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Sorry, James Harden and Kevin Durant, ya’ll ain’t getting no love from DeMar.

Amid doubts about his career and the lack of success in his time in the league, the 31-year-old DeRozan has proven that he has one of the best isolation games in the NBA and it’s been that way for the past few seasons.

Unfortunately, his individual accolades have been clouded by the lack of success of the teams he’s been on. More specifically, his time in San Antonio has been rather dull given that the Spurs, who were perennial playoff contenders prior to his arrival, have missed the postseason twice in DeRozan’s three-year stint.

Still, the four-time All-Star continues to build his legacy as one of the best individual scorers in recent time and has proven that he can go toe-to-toe with the best of them. In each of his last eight seasons, the Spurs swingman has been averaging over 20 points per game and continues to be one of the most lethal scorers in the entire league when it comes to iso ball.