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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by mightybosstone View Post
    I obviously adore Dream, but the dude was a shell of himself in Toronto. Wouldn't you rather have peak Bosh at the 5? And McGrady wasn't remotely the same guy as a Raptor that he would become in Orlando. I'd swap him out for Siakam and move Kawhi back to SF.

    As a starting five in this exercise compared to the rest of the franchises, it's not great, but Lowry, Carter, Kawhi, Siakam and Bosh would be unbelievably versatile offensively and damn good on defense.
    Im pretending hes Houston Olajuwon. Just on the Raptors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R. Johnson#3 View Post
    Im pretending hes Houston Olajuwon. Just on the Raptors.
    well if it were just players in their prime but player for the franchise then the Celtics can claim Shaq, Sheed and Dominique and the Wizards have Jordan lol

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    After the Lakers, the Celtics, Rockets, 76ers, Chicago, San Antonio and Warriors have the best.

    Miami, Detroit, and Phoenix probably round out the top 10.

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    warriors. Not even hard

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    Number 1, warriors lmao edit oh its all time

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnicksorBust View Post
    Warriors
    Curry
    Klay
    KD
    Draymond
    Wilt
    I don't think Draymond makes this list and I would say it's questionable whether Klay does. Mullen needs to be in there and I would say it's a toss up between Klay and Richmond (but Klay might get the nod here because Richmond didnt hit his peak until Sacramento).
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    I think the Celtics win the #2 nod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronz View Post
    warriors. Not even hard
    Spurs

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    78ers

    Iverson
    Erving
    Sir Charles
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    wilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Moves03 View Post
    I don't think Draymond makes this list and I would say it's questionable whether Klay does. Mullen needs to be in there and I would say it's a toss up between Klay and Richmond (but Klay might get the nod here because Richmond didnt hit his peak until Sacramento).
    You go Mullin before Rick Barry. Weird.


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    Orlando has:
    Penny Hardaway
    Tracy McGrady
    Grant Hill
    Dominique Wilkins
    Shaquille O'Neal

    You can use Patrick Ewing as well as a PF.

    Showtime.

    #2 is obviously Boston though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnicksorBust View Post
    You go Mullin before Rick Barry. Weird.
    That's a tough one for me, mostly because I've hardly seen Rick Barry play and I try to not rank players that I haven't seen all that much of (I wouldnt object to Barry being in that lineup though)

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    Warriors

    PG: Curry
    SG: Thompson
    SF: Green
    PF: Durant
    C: Wilt

    That's a pretty unassailable lineup on offense. I think they could shoot the all-time Los Angeles squad out of the building. There was a bit of consternation about whether to switch Green out with Barry or Richmond, or even to go super-small with Hardaway, Curry and Thompson. But I feel Draymond provides better value with his defense and playmaking.

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    ****, whats the Lakers 2nd best. they prolly top most teams best

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronz View Post
    ****, whats the Lakers 2nd best. they prolly top most teams best
    Magic
    Kobe
    Bron
    AD
    Shaq

    West
    Baylor
    Worthy
    Kareem
    Wilt

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