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Who were/are the best group of players in basketball?

  1. misstoughcookie97 profile image68
    misstoughcookie97posted 5 years ago

    Either NBA or national team.

    Croatia- Petrovic, Kukoc and Radja.

    Yugoslavia- Divac, Petrovic, Kukoc,Radja and just about the whole team

    Boston Celtics- Bird, McHale and Parish
                           - Garnett, Piece and Allen(before he left) 

    Chicago Bulls- Jordan, Pippen, Kerr, Kukoc, Rodman and Grant

    1. EJ Lambert profile image73
      EJ Lambertposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Don't forget the short-lived but unbelievable combination of Dr. J and Moses Malone.  In 1983 they joined forces and literally swept their way to a championship, not losing a single playoff game.  I can only imagine how good they would've been if they'd come together sooner.

  2. billypetty22 profile image61
    billypetty22posted 5 years ago

    behind the Celtics group of the 80's, Magic, Kareem and Worthy would be up there.

  3. Darren Owens profile image61
    Darren Owensposted 5 years ago

    Even though I don't like the Lakers, you have to put Kobe and Shaq in the conversation. The Bad Boys of the Pistons in 89-90 were a team to remember. My favorite were Run TMC for the Warriors. Tim Hardaway, Mitch Richmond, and Chris Mullin. Too bad they never won a championship. Go Warriors!

  4. misstoughcookie97 profile image68
    misstoughcookie97posted 5 years ago

    I'm a strong disliker of the Lakers but I must admit the whole shaq, magic era was amazing!!!

  5. Alphadogg16 profile image92
    Alphadogg16posted 5 years ago

    You would have to go with Bill Russell led Celtics (9 titles), The Jordan led Bulls (6 titles) and then the Magic led Lakers and Bird led Celtics......in this day & age...winning is the measurement of greatness.

  6. jcales profile image61
    jcalesposted 5 years ago

    Bulls - Jordan, Pippen, Kerr, Kukoc, Rodman and Grant (Ron Harper, BJ Armstrong, and a couple others)

    Celtics - Garnett, Pierce, Rondo, and Allen ( Posey, Tony Allen, Sam Cassell, Eddie House, Kendrick Perkins, Leon Powe, Big Baby Davis)
          -        Bird, McHale, Parrish, DJ, Ainge, Maxwell

    Lakers  - Shaq, Kobe, Fox, Horry, Fisher (Devean George, Brian Shaw)
                  Magic, Worthy, Kareem, Byron Scott, Cooper

    Rockets - Olajuwon, Drexler, Thorpe, Horry, Cassell, ( I forget the bench plyrs)

    You gotta give those bench players some credit as they did make a difference especially for the Celtics 08'  team which overpowered/intimidated the Lakers. I am an old school NBA fan, liked both the Lakers and Celtics, but not a Kobe fan (even though his skills are great & pretty). He's just polarizing like A-rod.

    1. misstoughcookie97 profile image68
      misstoughcookie97posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Could not agree more!

 
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