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View Poll Results: 1960's all nba team vs 2000's all nba team

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  • 1960's all nba team

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    1960's all nba team vs 2000's all nba team

    Better team? Who would win a 7 game series?


    All NBA 1960s

    PG. Oscar Robertson/Bob Cousy
    SG. Jerry West/Hal Greer
    SF. John Havlicek/Elgin Baylor
    PF. Bill Russell/Bob Pettit
    C. Wilt Chamberlain/Nate Thurmond



    All NBA 2000s

    PG. Steve Nash/Jason Kidd
    SG. Kobe Bryant/Dwyane Wade
    SF. Lebron James/Dirk Nowitzki
    PF. Tim Duncan/Kevin Garnett
    C. Shaquille O`Neal/Dwight Howard
    "Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships."
    - Michael Jordan

    Thanks MJ-Bulls for the picture.

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    200s easily. The game just has evolved so much from those days

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    I want to say Oscar Robertson would abuse Nash and vote for the 60s team but you look at the rest of those rosters and I can't.

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    This vote is going to be disgustingly lopsided. I'm assuming you know that?

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    Who's rules are they playing under? If there is no 3pt line then the 60's have a shot because the lack of spacing at the 3 wouldn't be much of an issue. I might take out Hondo or Elgin and try to find some cornermen. Or maybe just play Big O at the 3, West at the 1, and find another SG. Sam Jones might be a better fit with this club. Might want Willis Reed instead of Thurmond to prevent skillset redundency.
    Yo Kobe, get at me bro, we'd have a good time, man

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    2000's

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    The first half of the Sixties aint good enough, if you expand this to more of a 1965-1975 type of thing, maybe there are more players to choose from. Should have added Rick Barry to this club, they sorely need his shooting.
    Yo Kobe, get at me bro, we'd have a good time, man

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    Just do the 80s vs. 00s already so you can have a real debate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JordansBulls View Post
    Better team? Who would win a 7 game series?


    All NBA 1960s

    PG. Oscar Robertson/Bob Cousy
    SG. Jerry West/Hal Greer
    SF. John Havlicek/Elgin Baylor
    PF. Bill Russell/Bob Pettit
    C. Wilt Chamberlain/Nate Thurmond



    All NBA 2000s

    PG. Steve Nash/Jason Kidd
    SG. Kobe Bryant/Dwyane Wade
    SF. Lebron James/Dirk Nowitzki
    PF. Tim Duncan/Kevin Garnett
    C. Shaquille O`Neal/Dwight Howard
    In a seven game series? 4-0 00's team, by an average win of 15.
    Quote Originally Posted by bucketss View Post
    jordan is 2nd or 3rd when talking career but both magic and lebron are better all around players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronz View Post
    The first half of the Sixties aint good enough, if you expand this to more of a 1965-1975 type of thing, maybe there are more players to choose from. Should have added Rick Barry to this club, they sorely need his shooting.
    Either way, 00's would dominate.
    Quote Originally Posted by bucketss View Post
    jordan is 2nd or 3rd when talking career but both magic and lebron are better all around players.

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    Yeah guys, Kobe is on the team... So they would obviously dominate.

    Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, and Colin Kaepernick walk into a bar... To watch Russell Wilson win the Super Bowl.

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    Let's not forget Sam Jones, Willis Reed, Walt Bellamy, Bill Sharman, Jerry Lucas, Bailey Howell, Gail Goodrich.

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    Walt Hazzard.

    edit: Pete Maravich is 70s.

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    guys are so much athletic now so 00's would roll with ease

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    Quote Originally Posted by ILLUSIONIST^248 View Post
    In a seven game series? 4-0 00's team, by an average win of 15.
    Quote Originally Posted by ILLUSIONIST^248 View Post
    Either way, 00's would dominate.
    -1 .. no seriously.....

    Wouldn't you say that the talent difference between the 2 clubs is smaller than the talent difference between Team USA and the best of International competition. Yet we saw Team USA play Spain in some very closely contested games, why would this be any different?
    Yo Kobe, get at me bro, we'd have a good time, man

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