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Everymanalion
12-30-2012, 10:15 PM
In 10-15 years, what teams will we look back on and say holy ****, they were stacked as **** with current stars or future stars/HOFs? What comes to mind instantly is 11-12 Thunder, current Clippers...anymore you think will be on that "stacked" list?

lol, please
12-30-2012, 10:37 PM
Warriors.

Cal827
12-30-2012, 10:39 PM
Bobcats

Everymanalion
12-30-2012, 10:44 PM
Bobcats



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RLundi
12-30-2012, 10:46 PM
Clippers.

belliard is god
12-30-2012, 10:47 PM
heat?

JPS
12-30-2012, 11:27 PM
Lakers and Celtics. This crooked league will find a way to make it happen.

ugafan
12-30-2012, 11:40 PM
Heat especially if they are unaware that Ray Allen's game isn't what it used to be.

Alayla
12-30-2012, 11:42 PM
This Thunder team even more so imo.

Alayla
12-30-2012, 11:43 PM
And Mabye The nets as well just for the amount of big names.

ILLUSIONIST^248
12-31-2012, 04:05 AM
Heat

Lakers + Giants
12-31-2012, 04:26 AM
Clippers and Heat.

JasonJohnHorn
12-31-2012, 08:15 AM
OKC for sure.... especially last year's roster with Harden on it, but Martin is great to. And sicne OKC will be pickingup a couple of first rounders this year, we may see and even more stacked team next season.

The Clippers have some great talent, and some guys who are past their prime but still good like Hill and Odom, so when people look back 15 years from now they might say the Clippers were, but likely be over-valueing some of the names on their roster.

The Spurs for sure.

The Lakers (thye got 4 or 5 HOFers right now).

The Heat (they have 4 HOFers riht now).

And smebody mentioned the Bobcats... which may sound funny, but depending on how some of their young talent develops, may end up being the case. Like the Clippers when they had Danny MAnning, Charles Smith and Ron Harper, as well as Olden Polynice, Loy Vaught and Ken Norman on the team and missed the playoffs.... or the 89 Mavs, a very deep roster who missed the playoffs. There are some potentially great talents on Charlotte's roster right now. If Mullens continues to improve over teh next couple season, he could be an All-Star talent, if Biyombo can bring his fouls down, he could be a huge defensive force, Ben Gordon has already established himself as a quality scorer in the league, and Sessions is a quality PG, while MKG, Walker and Henderson all have potentially bright futures. Jeff Adrien gets very limited minutes, but his per36 numbers indicate that he has great rebounding potential, so if he is ever in a situation where he gets lots of minutes, he might turn into a quality player. Then you got a rookie like Jeff Taylor who cna shoot the three... could turn into a reputable role player in the future. Then you got Reggie Williams who had a very promising rookie season.... seems to have taken a step back last year, but may return to form. So yeah, I think it is possible, depending on how some of these kids develop in the future, that people 15 years from now will say: How did that roster only win 12 games all year?

Kyben36
12-31-2012, 08:35 AM
Bulls beause im a homer.

honestly, I would say the Warriors. I mean, come on. if Bogut can get healthy I dont know if there would be a better team inthe league tallent wise, hell, htey have 2 guys in Biedrins and Jeferson who are making 10 mil not doing almost anything.

Curry
Thompson
Banres
Lee
Bogut

Landry
Jack

hell, if they had a coach they would be steller IMO.

Kyben36
12-31-2012, 08:37 AM
OKC for sure.... especially last year's roster with Harden on it, but Martin is great to. And sicne OKC will be pickingup a couple of first rounders this year, we may see and even more stacked team next season.

The Clippers have some great talent, and some guys who are past their prime but still good like Hill and Odom, so when people look back 15 years from now they might say the Clippers were, but likely be over-valueing some of the names on their roster.

The Spurs for sure.

The Lakers (thye got 4 or 5 HOFers right now).

The Heat (they have 4 HOFers riht now).

And smebody mentioned the Bobcats... which may sound funny, but depending on how some of their young talent develops, may end up being the case. Like the Clippers when they had Danny MAnning, Charles Smith and Ron Harper, as well as Olden Polynice, Loy Vaught and Ken Norman on the team and missed the playoffs.... or the 89 Mavs, a very deep roster who missed the playoffs. There are some potentially great talents on Charlotte's roster right now. If Mullens continues to improve over teh next couple season, he could be an All-Star talent, if Biyombo can bring his fouls down, he could be a huge defensive force, Ben Gordon has already established himself as a quality scorer in the league, and Sessions is a quality PG, while MKG, Walker and Henderson all have potentially bright futures. Jeff Adrien gets very limited minutes, but his per36 numbers indicate that he has great rebounding potential, so if he is ever in a situation where he gets lots of minutes, he might turn into a quality player. Then you got a rookie like Jeff Taylor who cna shoot the three... could turn into a reputable role player in the future. Then you got Reggie Williams who had a very promising rookie season.... seems to have taken a step back last year, but may return to form. So yeah, I think it is possible, depending on how some of these kids develop in the future, that people 15 years from now will say: How did that roster only win 12 games all year?

for Arguements sake, this is a dumb way to judge this.

I mean, 1st off to say Bosh is going to be a HOF. come on. lets not get ahead of ourselves. he may not even be top 5 at his possison and to say HOF.

Also. Ray allen PRime vs Ray allen now is a diference, much the smae as Steve Nash Prime vs steve nash now is a diference.

king4day
12-31-2012, 12:54 PM
Charlotte has that potential.

JasonJohnHorn
12-31-2012, 01:26 PM
for Arguements sake, this is a dumb way to judge this.

I mean, 1st off to say Bosh is going to be a HOF. come on. lets not get ahead of ourselves. he may not even be top 5 at his possison and to say HOF.

Also. Ray allen PRime vs Ray allen now is a diference, much the smae as Steve Nash Prime vs steve nash now is a diference.

Firstly, Bosh will be in the HOF. There are players with far worse resumes than Bosh who are in there. I expect he's going to have a couple more rings, and a couple more All-Star appearances. No reason to expect that Bosh won't make the HOF. He's had several season now hovering around 20/10, he has 7 all-star appearances and counting, made the All-Rookie first team, All-NBA second team, and has one ring already, and will very like have more to add to that.

Looking at his career numbers next to some HOFers, Bosh is a sure thing.

As for Nash and Allen, I didn't say they were in their prime, I just know, looking back on those rosters 15 years from now, people will see the name on the roster and think the roster was stacked. It's like Bill Walton on the Celtics... he was a shell of his former self, but people still see that team as being stacked because it had Walton coming off the bench.

Celtics33
12-31-2012, 01:41 PM
Clippers, Heat, and Thunder.

nickdymez
12-31-2012, 02:04 PM
Warriors

RenegadeRiot36
12-31-2012, 02:07 PM
Theres a good chance its gonna be the Cavs. Especially depending on this years draft

KingsOfQueens
12-31-2012, 02:29 PM
Lakers. People are gonna see Kobe, Nash, Gasol, Dwight and Artest's names.

Heat. Lebron, Wade, Bosh, Allen.

Knicks. Carmelo, Amare, Rasheed, Kidd, Camby, Tyson (IMO will have a reputation of Charles Oakley type).

Tony_Starks
12-31-2012, 02:42 PM
Clippers. Deepest team in the league right now with Chauncey and Hill in street clothes.

Lakers on the pure strength of Kobe, Nash, Gasol, MWP and Dwight. You could even throw Jamison in as well if Antoni ever lets him get off the pine......

ThunderousDemon
12-31-2012, 03:02 PM
Lakers

JordansBulls
01-01-2013, 09:01 PM
The Thunder in 2011-2012 was not stacked. They didn't even have scoring down low.