I never brought LIFE, and autism into this. But it will now be forgotten.
Camby's strengths are rebounding and defending. If you put Camby on Curry one on one, he'd then not be able to help defend nearly as much, and likely foul out. Which would lead to Curry going off for a huge day, while Camby is helpless on the bench. This would be the likely scenario. Now and again, he may have a decent game. If the Curry that played from feb on out shows up in camp and this whole season, even though Camby MAY BE the better overall player, Curry's VALUE would trump his greatly simply because as Good as Camby is, he can't guard Curry. And no one in the league can (Demonstrated when Curry beat up on Shaq and Zo in Miami)
I bet you the Nuggets would rather have Curry right now that Camby.
So even though, these guys may have all around better complete games (and most of your list does not by the way) Because of the sheer fact Curry's all around game is coming( best rebounding year for him, most minutes played, and first time assuming the go to guy role) And His size and .... ability make him unstoppable single coverage, makes him more valuable a commodity than most of your list.
There is no way... with Curry coming off that season of promise where his potential started to take on reality, will a team pass him over for Lamar Odom because Odom can handle, rebound score and defend some. Same for David Lee, Beidriens (sp) and a lot of the others you put ahead of him. Because they simply do not have the presence on the floor that Curry will have.
I don't have the type of time to think of a top 50 list. But after 15-20, those list are no longer about complete players, they are about players who are very strong in one particular area ( Big Ben D, Gilbert on O examples )
Therefore, to not have Curry within a top 50 of such a list when it's clear he dominated teams offensively last year (leading the league in pitp is dominance) is a travesty. Especially when you look at his fg % seeing that he scores in volumes at a high percentage rate, meaning a player who needs volume shots but shoots a much worse percentage cannot be as valuable offensively. And... that is a lot of your list. There are many one sided players you had ahead of him... That is a joke. He right now is a very dominant one sided player. But since he is a center, that makes his value go up even further in a league devoid of tons of talent at that position. Hence why I believe he is well within the top 50 of NBA players.
On another note, Balkman getting hurt sucks.