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  1. #1
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    PJax Triangle Offense

    Tex winter/Sam Barry whoever u want to credit...

    Can it succeed in 2016?


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    It'll succeed, but not because of the system, more because of the talent. So basically, no.

    Shaq/Kobe

    MJ/Pippen

    It wasn't the triangle. It was the fact that those teams had the most dominant players in the NBA at the time plus a great 2nd option that's basically a 1b.

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    If there is decent talent there, of course it can succeed.

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    The 1993-94 Bulls ran the triangle perfectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom Dreamer:29598389
    The 1993-94 Bulls ran the triangle perfectly.
    Is it a viable option now though with hand checking and zone rules?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers + Giants:29598369
    It'll succeed, but not because of the system, more because of the talent. So basically, no.

    Shaq/Kobe

    MJ/Pippen

    It wasn't the triangle. It was the fact that those teams had the most dominant players in the NBA at the time plus a great 2nd option that's basically a 1b.
    Do you believe those teams would have been as successful with any system?


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    Quote Originally Posted by KnicksorBust View Post
    Do you believe those teams would have been as successful with any system?
    Bulls? Idk, I started watching the NBA in 1999. Can't really comment on them. I know they'd still win championships, 6 though, IDK.

    Lakers? I still think they win 3 championships with that roster. They were full of vets and had Kobe/Shaq. I think they'd dominate under almost any system.

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    Since JR Smith wont be there, there is a chance it may work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benzni:29598577
    Since JR Smith wont be there, there is a chance it may work.
    Since it takes intelligent players, you may be right.
    Time for some hootenanny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers + Giants View Post
    It'll succeed, but not because of the system, more because of the talent. So basically, no.

    Shaq/Kobe

    MJ/Pippen

    It wasn't the triangle. It was the fact that those teams had the most dominant players in the NBA at the time plus a great 2nd option that's basically a 1b.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers + Giants View Post
    Bulls? Idk, I started watching the NBA in 1999. Can't really comment on them. I know they'd still win championships, 6 though, IDK.

    Lakers? I still think they win 3 championships with that roster. They were full of vets and had Kobe/Shaq. I think they'd dominate under almost any system.
    where were you before 2000?

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    D'angelo Russel will make it work next year lol

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    People talking about it won't work because of hand checking rules are just talking out of their *** lol The triangle is about SPACING.

    It's crazy because, the triangle works without a decent offensive center. You would think a lot of nba teams would love an offense like that since there are very few good centers in the league. The reason is, most players rely on natural talent. THe triangle requires basketball iq and team work.

    Everybody has to sell out for it. If the bulls didn't collectively do that as a team it wouldn't have worked for them either... Jordan or not.
    Your perception of the obvious is OUTSTANDING!!!


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    When the triangle broke down, the Bulls still had Jordan and Pippen who could create their own shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom Dreamer View Post
    When the triangle broke down, the Bulls still had Jordan and Pippen who could create their own shot.
    Sure, but that's true of any system. There is not an offensive system in existence that is going to work regardless of talent.

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    If you have talented bigs and play D it can work. The one thing the Tri does that a lot of the more spread pick and roll dominate offensives don't is it allows you to control tempo more easily and traditional bigs can fit so long as they know how to pass(your 4 doesn't need 3 point range). Now if you can make it work on O, the other team has to run offensive against a set D with a big front line.
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