Team A or B
Posted 15 December 2012 - 05:23 PM
Jerry could easily play PG and off-ball to coexist with Jordan, and he was a better defensive player than the Big O. Oscar was an all around beast in his prime though.
Even Scottie could only do so much against Jordan. MJ would have a much bigger impact than Scottie.
McAdoo easily had the ability to play SF, he could hit it from anywhere. Him and Durant scoring-wise pretty much cancel eachother, McAdoo however was a better rebounder and defensive player plus could take him to the post.
I can see Moses and Ewing switching between PF/C numerous times. Anthony Davis has not even proved himself in the NBA, Ewing and Moses are all-time greats and amazing in their primes.
Prime Wilt is the best bigman on the court but Moses and Ewing could do a good job guarding him and keeping him off the boards, he would still pretty much get his though.
Posted 15 December 2012 - 07:39 PM
That could only be true if Wilt could otplay both...
com'on man don't act like Davis is some push over.
wilt, davis could very well be > malone, ewing
Come on man, Davis is an unproven rookie that all he's got on his side is all that hype.
Posted 16 December 2012 - 08:07 AM
Idk, I think team B would come out on top just because of the individual scoring. Although I do believe Davis would be exploited.
So team A got the, arguably, greatest scorer ever in MJ, an amazing scorer/shooter in West, a guy that was a beast of a scorer in his prime in McAdoo. Any of those 3 can give you 30+ PPG, then also Moses who at his peak averaged more than 30 PPG once, and also Ewing who averaged like 29 PPG once.
On the other side Pippen never averaged more than 22 PPG, and Davis a rookie who's averaging like 15 PPG.
Davis has to be the player that gives it to Team B.
I would've loved to see a rookie being eaten alive by prime Moses and prime Ewing.
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