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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrblisterdundee View Post
    The Bucks are probably the best all-time:

    • PG: Stephon Marbury, Sidney Moncrief
    • SG: Alex English, Michael Redd
    • SF: Julius Erving, Bob Dandridge
    • PF: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Dirk Nowitzki
    • C: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Andrew Bogut

    My Blazers are pretty pathetic, considering how many all-time guys they passed on:

    • PG: Damian Lillard, Terry Porter
    • SG: Clyde Drexler, Fat Lever
    • SF: Jerome Kersey, Clifford Robinson
    • PF: Zach Randolph, Sidney Wicks
    • C: Bill Walton, Jermaine O'Neal
    Marbury over Moncrief and Giannis over Dirk is quite insane.

    PG: Sidney Moncrief
    SG: Giannis Antetokounmpo
    SF: Julius Erving
    PF: Dirk Nowitzki
    C: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    This is probably the most stacked team possible. This would be the team to beat.
    2015 Bull's Mock Trade Game Championship Team

    San Antonio Spurs

    PG: Chris Paul | Patty Mills | Jose Calderon
    SG: Khris Middleton | J.J. Redick | Iman Shumpert
    SF: DeMarre Carroll | P.J. Tucker | Anthony Morrow
    PF: Tim Duncan | Carlos Boozer | Kyle O'Quinn
    C : Al Horford | Rudy Gobert

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    Spurs aren't too bad...

    PG: Tony Parker – Goran Dragic
    SG: Alvin Robertson – George Hill
    SF: Manu Ginobili - Sean Elliott
    PF: Tim Duncan
    C: David Robinson
    2015 Bull's Mock Trade Game Championship Team

    San Antonio Spurs

    PG: Chris Paul | Patty Mills | Jose Calderon
    SG: Khris Middleton | J.J. Redick | Iman Shumpert
    SF: DeMarre Carroll | P.J. Tucker | Anthony Morrow
    PF: Tim Duncan | Carlos Boozer | Kyle O'Quinn
    C : Al Horford | Rudy Gobert

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrblisterdundee View Post
    Damn; looking at Golden State, I think they might have the best all-draftee team — a deep, killer small-ball roster around some all-time centers:

    • PG: Stephen Curry, Tim Hardaway, Gilbert Arenas
    • SG: Vince Carter, Klay Thompson, Monta Ellis
    • SF: Anfernee Hardaway, Rick Barry, Latrell Sprewell
    • PF: Draymond Green, Chris Mullin
    • C: Wilt Chamberlain, Robert Parrish
    That is a stacked team, but I'm not sure that team would be able to stop the Bucks starting unit or even the Spurs (Draymond wouldn't be tall enough to even kick Duncan in the nuts). Although, it might be the most stacked with talent at all positions.
    2015 Bull's Mock Trade Game Championship Team

    San Antonio Spurs

    PG: Chris Paul | Patty Mills | Jose Calderon
    SG: Khris Middleton | J.J. Redick | Iman Shumpert
    SF: DeMarre Carroll | P.J. Tucker | Anthony Morrow
    PF: Tim Duncan | Carlos Boozer | Kyle O'Quinn
    C : Al Horford | Rudy Gobert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrum187 View Post
    That is a stacked team, but I'm not sure that team would be able to stop the Bucks starting unit or even the Spurs (Draymond wouldn't be tall enough to even kick Duncan in the nuts). Although, it might be the most stacked with talent at all positions.
    You wouldn't need to stop the other team on defense. Just bury them in threes and let Chamberlain go to work in the post. I might have even went a little too small, leaving out guys like Chris Webber and Nate Thurmond. But I still don't think there's another team that can keep up on offense.

    Quote Originally Posted by Redrum187 View Post
    Marbury over Moncrief and Giannis over Dirk is quite insane.
    Looking back, I should have slotted Giannis in at point guard. Marbury over Moncrief is by no means crazy. The former is way better offensively, and the latter is way better defensively. Who to start depends on the strategy at a given point in the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrblisterdundee View Post
    You wouldn't need to stop the other team on defense. Just bury them in threes and let Chamberlain go to work in the post. I might have even went a little too small, leaving out guys like Chris Webber and Nate Thurmond. But I still don't think there's another team that can keep up on offense.



    Looking back, I should have slotted Giannis in at point guard. Marbury over Moncrief is by no means crazy. The former is way better offensively, and the latter is way better defensively. Who to start depends on the strategy at a given point in the game.
    Webber was technically drafted by the Magic and traded after.

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    I honestly didn't expect the Raps to stack up, but here it is.

    Damon Stoudamire
    Demar Derozan
    Tracy McGrady
    Chris Bosh
    Marcus Camby

    Possibly as many as 4 HoF players in there. Possibly only one as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrblisterdundee View Post
    Looking back, I should have slotted Giannis in at point guard. Marbury over Moncrief is by no means crazy. The former is way better offensively, and the latter is way better defensively. Who to start depends on the strategy at a given point in the game.
    In their 5 year prime, Moncrief scored on par to Marbury(22 points to 21 points), only he did so on elite efficiency (.592). Marbury was very inefficient (.526 TS%). Not only was Moncrief a better offensive player who didn't need the ball to be as productive as Marbury, he was without question a better defender too. When looking at advanced stats, I see nothing that states Marbury is superior...VORP, WS/48, BPM (which I don't really like anyways), lower usage%, etc...

    I'm curious why you think Marbury was better.
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    San Antonio Spurs

    PG: Chris Paul | Patty Mills | Jose Calderon
    SG: Khris Middleton | J.J. Redick | Iman Shumpert
    SF: DeMarre Carroll | P.J. Tucker | Anthony Morrow
    PF: Tim Duncan | Carlos Boozer | Kyle O'Quinn
    C : Al Horford | Rudy Gobert

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrblisterdundee View Post
    The Bucks are probably the best all-time:

    • PG: Stephon Marbury, Sidney Moncrief
    • SG: Alex English, Michael Redd
    • SF: Julius Erving, Bob Dandridge
    • PF: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Dirk Nowitzki
    • C: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Andrew Bogut

    My Blazers are pretty pathetic, considering how many all-time guys they passed on:

    • PG: Damian Lillard, Terry Porter
    • SG: Clyde Drexler, Fat Lever
    • SF: Jerome Kersey, Clifford Robinson
    • PF: Zach Randolph, Sidney Wicks
    • C: Bill Walton, Jermaine O'Neal
    Their all-time Passover team would be the best on the list lol

    Michael Jordan
    Larry Bird
    Kevin Durant
    Bob McAdoo

    lol

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    Derrick Rose, Reggie Theus
    Michael Jordan, Gary Harris
    Jimmy Butler, Orlando Woolridge, Luol Deng
    LaMarcus Aldridge, Elton Brand
    Artis Gilmore, Joakim Noah, Tyson Chandler

    I like whenever Jordan doesn't win in all-time situations––for all that people like equating individuals and teams

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    Quote Originally Posted by mngopher35 View Post
    Brandon Roy
    Ray Allen
    Wally Szcerbiak
    KG
    Towns

    Klove 6th man
    Kevin Love was drafted by the Grizzlies.......

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