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    Which NBA team has won the title with the least depth?

    After watching the Heat all these years, the reason why they win games is because of their stacked depth. But any team could win with a stacked team, but the real question is which team has won with the least? Some teams that come to mind are the Lakers of the early 00's where they only had like 5-6 good players or the Bulls in the early 90's. Thoughts?

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    The 2003 Spurs basically had 1 notable player. Everybody was basically a mediocre role player, old or a rookie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beyourself View Post
    The 2003 Spurs basically had 1 notable player. Everybody was basically a mediocre role player, old or a rookie.
    Young bowen, parker & ginobli along with vets david rob, bruce willis, steve smith. Stephen jackson, steve kerr, malik rose, danny ferry. Pretty damn stack role players

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    Quote Originally Posted by numba1CHANGsta View Post
    After watching the Heat all these years, the reason why they win games is because of their stacked depth. But any team could win with a stacked team, but the real question is which team has won with the least? Some teams that come to mind are the Lakers of the early 00's where they only had like 5-6 good players or the Bulls in the early 90's. Thoughts?
    Its probably not a good idea to post negative comments about the Heat (and indirectly LeBron) in the main forum...

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    Quote Originally Posted by numba1CHANGsta View Post
    After watching the Heat all these years, the reason why they win games is because of their stacked depth. But any team could win with a stacked team, but the real question is which team has won with the least? Some teams that come to mind are the Lakers of the early 00's where they only had like 5-6 good players or the Bulls in the early 90's. Thoughts?
    Bulls had a very deep roster of good role players.

    Same for early 00s lakers.



    Id say Warriors .
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaLakerz Rulz View Post
    Its probably not a good idea to post negative comments about the Heat (and indirectly LeBron) in the main forum...
    Hahaha. Good one

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    Probably these Heat to be honest. No depth

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    2003 Spurs

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    1993 Rockets. Hakeem and a bunch of scrubs.


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    This is a good question, it is very hard to pin down. Leads you to believe that depth is vital to championship success.
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    2004 Pistons.

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    Okur (Sophmore Okur, not the good player he became)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellcrooner View Post
    Bulls had a very deep roster of good role players.

    Same for early 00s lakers.



    Id say Warriors .
    Not for the 02' team, other than their starting 5, they had no bench what so ever (an old Shaw, Walker? Madsen?Medvenko? lol) It was basically Shaq and Kobe with the help of 3 role players(Fox, Fisher, Horry)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verbal Christ View Post
    1993 Rockets. Hakeem and a bunch of scrubs.
    This x1000 The Dream had no second star, idk how he pulled it off

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    WTF...

    What bench players do the HEAT have that would actually start on an above average team (I'm talking about the past 3 season for Miami, not this season)?

    OP, did you take the time to compare the HEAT bench to other playoff teams contending bench's? Also, are you factoring in that when one or two of the big 3 are sitting, there is still a play maker out there to draw the double team, so whichever bench player is open for a free shot?

    Are you really trying to say that the HEAT not only are stacked when it comes to their star players, but also have a stack bench... That means you consider this HEAT team one of the greatest NBA teams ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DillyDill View Post
    This x1000 The Dream had no second star, idk how he pulled it off
    because he had a DEEP TEAM FULL of ABOVE AVERAGE ROLE PLAYERS some of them being just a Little step behind stars?
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