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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by mightybosstone View Post
    I came in here specifically to mention this Philly team with baby Barkley and ancient Dr. J. That squad would have been a monster with those guys in their peaks. That would be the greatest rebounding front court in the history of the league. Obviously those Lakers teams with past-their-prime versions of Payton and Malone would be ridiculous as well.
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    Yeah forgot about those Lakers with GP and Malone. Not as deep as other teams, but the top 4 players are unreal. Not too sure how well the chemistry works with all of them though. Somethings gotta give with the post touches between two of the elite scoring bigs. A lot of high IQ players so it can work. If Kobe can buy in and not want to glory hog is still a filthy team. Fox probably starts at the 3 for spacing. Horace, Fisher and Byron Russell should round out a solid 8 man rotation.

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    I'd like to believe Mikhail Prokhorov was thinking of a thread like this when he helped assemble Kevin Garnett, Joe Johnson, Paul Pierce, Deron Williams, Brook Lopez, Jason Terry and Andre Kirilenko.

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    Don't forget Troy Murphy, Nenad Krstic, and Carlos Arroyo.

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    Lakers 2005

    Shaq
    Malone
    Glenn Rice?
    Kobe
    GP

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    Rockets 1999

    Dream
    Barkley
    Pippen
    Drexler
    Mobbly
    6th Horry

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    Suns 2009

    Shaq
    Stoudemire
    Grant Hill
    Richardson
    Nash
    6th man Dragon

  7. #37
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    Just want to mention Orlando Magic in 2001-2.

    PG-Tracy McGrady
    SG- Mike Miller
    SF- Grant Hill
    PF-Horace Grant
    C- Patrick Ewing

    The actual PG was Darrell Armstrong though but had to put Mike Miller there over him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hugepatsfan View Post
    Rajon Rondo / Delonte West
    Ray Allen / Avery Bradley
    Paul Pierce / Jeff Green
    Kevin Garnett / Glenn Davis
    Shaquille O'Neil / Jermaine O'Neil

    I think the 2010-11 Celtics gotta be up there
    that team with all players in their prime might very well be the best of this bunch.

  9. #39
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    those failure Lakers teams with Shaq, Kobe, Malone, Payton, Fisher, Fox, Grant; and Howard, Nash, Kobe, Gasol, Jamison, Artest if all in their primes would have been ridiculous if they could get along lol

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