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@cavmanier Walt Frazier maybe?
@spartan55 No I think it's Elgin Baylor. So the best team is probably the 60s team. Wilt Chamberlain maybe the goat. He was a freak that would make Shaq look small and weak. Bill Russell was phenomenal. He has like 11 championships so.. Elgin Baylor was great. Jerry West was obviously phenomenal. And Oscar Robinson is arguably the best player ever. I'd take them.
Can't argue with that. Bill Russell AND Wilt together? That would be something to see.
@spartan55 There's just no weakness on that team. Yeah and how would the other team get a rebound or not to mention a shot off inside? Wilt and Russell both almost averaged 23 rebounds a game lol.
@cavmanier ya I just noticed there are two power forwards for the 90s, so Pippin is a good choice or maybe James Worthy.
@spartan55 And the 00s team switched Iverson for Nash, they'd be much better. They'd have one of the best passers and shooters ever. They don't need more slashers due to Lebron and Kobe. I question the person that made this.
Big men with their backs to the basket isn't bad now though. Larger players just don't want to learn those skills. They all want to be point guard shooters. Somebody like Wilt Chamberlain or Bill Russell would wreck people inside nowadays.
They grew the sport so the guys now can make 40 million a year
@cavmanier true I guess but I mean the decades of knowledge, training methods etc.It's like if you could put Micheal Jordan with his knowledge and experience into the body of a younger guy.
That's a good point. All of players are inspired by the past players.