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  1. #1
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    Would "5" (or a team) of any one player Win a title?

    I was having this discussion with some people the other day and thought it was an interesting talking point. Someone said that a team full of "MJ's" would win a title, no problem, and the same thing about LeBron.

    I acknowledge their greatness but a team of 5 MJ's would get dominated in the post. Lebron seems like the obvious choice because of his size, but after him, how would the rest of the current players shake out?

    I mean a team of 5 CP3's, Curry's, etc. would all get dominated in rebounding and by the post players. A team of AD's would probably turn the ball over a lot.

    So I ask you: Would a team of any "one" player win a title, and how would you rank the players in a playoff scenario?

    1.) Lebron
    2-3.) KD/Kawhi
    The rest-.) ? (George, Jokic, Giannis, point-forwards?)
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    5 Mugsy Bogues

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    5 Brian " The white mamba" Scalabrine's /End thread.

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    Pretty mich any all time great small forward would stand the best chance.

    The lebrons tmacs and vince carters of the world. Even a team of draymonds would be better than a team of players far greater than him.

    Anthony davis would be decent, the hakeems olajuwons of the world although they'd have trouble keeping up with PGs

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    Quote Originally Posted by basch152 View Post
    Pretty mich any all time great small forward would stand the best chance.

    The lebrons tmacs and vince carters of the world. Even a team of draymonds would be better than a team of players far greater than him.

    Anthony davis would be decent, the hakeems olajuwons of the world although they'd have trouble keeping up with PGs
    The do-it-all forwards in the middle of the size spectrum 6'7"-6'10" have the least chance of getting murdered at certain positions:

    1. LeBron James
    2. Michael Jordan
    3. Magic Johnson
    4. Larry Bird
    5. Kevin Durant
    6. Elgin Baylor
    7. Tracy McGrady
    8. Julius Irving
    9. Scottie Pippen
    10. Grant Hill

    Edit: I keep moving Michael Jordan up the ladder. Nobody goes into F-U Terminator mode like Jordan, although LeBron James is physical perfection.
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    Magic then Bron are the best choices imo


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