The .200 WS/48 figure with 2 WS is reachable (5 guys made it this year), yet it does present an obstacle to guys who have put up WS but not been particularly efficient (LeBron 2015 has 3 WS but is at .184).
So, without further ado:
Interestingly, the top 6 guys are also the guys I have listed in my Top 6 players of all-time. I have 6-1 as Magic/Duncan/LeBron/Kareem/Wilt/Jordan, and this list, adjusted for alphabetical order, has Duncan and Magic flipped.
I have Shaq at #9 (behind Russell) and this list has him tied for 6th. I had West 11, here he is tied for 9. I had Russell 8, here he is tied for 11th. Bird I had 13, he is tied for 13. Kobe I had 18, he is tied for 13.
Some outliers -- Hakeem I had 15, he is tied for 6th here. Chauncey is not a top 36 player, but he is tied here with Jerry West for 9th. Kevin Durant I had at 25, and I was, quite frankly, shocked to see his name on this list -- but that will give you pause to think about what an unbelievable career he has had in 7 years. It will also tell you that if Durant can have 7 more years like his first 7 years that he will be a top 10 player of all-time and maybe better.