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    Who Is the NBA deepest team this season?

    If i can recall suns owned it last year..who you guys thing it is this year?

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    Probably the Mavs even though they lost Caron. They are deep as hell.


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    Boston & Dallas

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    Boston and the next best (Spurs) isn't even close.

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

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    Dallas

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    The Celtics for sure. Not to many teams can create so many mismatches all game using there bench.

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    boston by far
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    magic

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    DALLAS

    It's not even that close.
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    Los Angeles Lakers.

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    Celtics.


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    celtics its crazy there depth
    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    celtics.. dallas then Magic

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    The Celtics, when healthy, have the most overall depth. They have Robinson/West/Daniels/Davis/O'Neal/O'Neal coming off the bench when healthy. That's the potential for a ridiculous 11 man rotation. However, in the playoffs, most teams (not the Suns) cut their bench down to 3 or 4 guys. In the playoffs, I think a bench of Barnes/Blake/Odom could be as effective, if not more effective, as could (homer maybe) Arenas/Redick/Anderson (especially scoring-wise).

    It depends on what you value in depth: a lot of guys who can play well, or a concentrated group who can play great. I think the Celtics are the only team with both.

    Dallas' probably falls into the "both" category too. Those 4 teams all have great benches...and very different benches too. In fact, most of their bench was outperforming Butler anyways.

    Detroit has the highest scoring bench in the league...in fact, the top 7 teams are all non-playoff teams...which is perhaps odd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRamForPrez24 View Post
    The Celtics, when healthy, have the most overall depth. They have Robinson/West/Daniels/Davis/O'Neal/O'Neal coming off the bench when healthy. That's the potential for a ridiculous 11 man rotation. However, in the playoffs, most teams (not the Suns) cut their bench down to 3 or 4 guys. In the playoffs, I think a bench of Barnes/Blake/Odom could be as effective, if not more effective, as could (homer maybe) Arenas/Redick/Anderson (especially scoring-wise).

    It depends on what you value in depth: a lot of guys who can play well, or a concentrated group who can play great. I think the Celtics are the only team with both.

    Dallas' probably falls into the "both" category too. Those 4 teams all have great benches...and very different benches too. In fact, most of their bench was outperforming Butler anyways.

    Detroit has the highest scoring bench in the league...in fact, the top 7 teams are all non-playoff teams...which is perhaps odd.

    yea def good point

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