It's been pointed out in a couple comment threads that ABA players should get full credit for their ABA accomplishments when determining the rosters, since a team's ABA history is legitimately part of the team's entire history. And that's a valid point. However, I've been reluctant to do that, and didn't want to include ABA players (who might not be as skilled as players, but accumulated more stats in a weaker league) at the expense of NBA players and potentially hurt the team. So I figured instead of keeping this in various comment threads, I should just make a post where it could be discussed in a central location. Anyway, I'm currently giving players 40% credit for their ABA accomplishments (the same percentage as the Greatness Equation).
Here's the list of ABA players that would make the All-Time Rosters under this system:
(Bobby Jones and Spencer Haywood would have, but they had higher scores for other teams.)
New Jersey Nets:
(Julius Erving and Rick Barry would have, but they had higher scores for other teams.)
San Antonio Spurs:
If anyone has any serious problems with these, or think other players deserve to be on there, or have any suggestions, let me know in the comments section. Thanks.