Check out the 5 most difficult players to block in the NBA

1. Jordan: Michael Jordan, is known for his height advantage, explosive power, and unmatched jumping ability. It was nearly impossible to block his shots, as he would often wait for opponents to land before taking his shot.

2. Yao Ming: Despite his short wingspan and lack of jumping ability, Yao Ming's towering height made him difficult to block. With a diverse range of offensive moves, he would often fake out defenders before taking his shot. His signature move, the "side-hook shot," was rarely blocked during his NBA career.

3. Abdul-Jabbar: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the all-time leading scorer in NBA history before LeBron James, was a force to be reckoned with on offense. His famous "skyhook" technique, relying solely on wrist strength, made it extremely difficult to block, with only a handful of blocks against it in 20 years.

4. Durant: Kevin Durant, playing as a small forward, possessed a combination of speed and height that made him almost unstoppable in one-on-one situations. His quick release and explosive power, coupled with his remarkable height and wingspan, made it a challenge to block his shots. Before his major injury, blocking Durant was a rare sight.

5. Kobe: Kobe Bryant, known for his diverse offensive skills and explosive athleticism, was a nightmare to guard. His exceptional footwork, creativity, and limitless stamina allowed him to make difficult shots even in the face of intense defense. Defenders often found themselves looking up helplessly as he scored.