I don't think I saw this anywhere so I thought this would be fun.. I always talked about this with my friends too..
I wanna know your all-time home team's starting 5, bench and coach. if you don't have a home team.. you could choose the closest team to your city.
All players would be in there prime.
City/Team: Toronto Raptors
1. Chauncey Billups
2. Vince Carter
3. Tracy McGrady
4. Chris Bosh
5. Hakeem Olajuwon
1. Damon Stoudamire/Rod Strickland
2. Jalen Rose/Doug Christie/Dell Curry
3. Shawn Marion/Hedo Turkoglu/Peja Stojakovic/
4. Antonio Davis/Charles Oakley/Keon Clark
5. Jermaine O'Neal/Marcus Camby/Andrea Bargnani
Coach: Lenny Wilkens
PG- Gary Payton
SG- Ray Allen
SF- Kevin Durant
PF- Shawn Kemp
C- Patrick Ewing
Head Coach: George Karl
PG- Lenny Wilkens
PG/SG- Nate McMillan
SG- 'Downtown' Fred Brown
SG- Hersey Hawkins
SG- Dale Ellis
SF- Xavier McDaniel
SF- Detlef Schrempf
PF- Spencer Haywood
F/C- Sam Perkins
C- Jack Sikma
wow dude that team is pretty monsterous lol. especially since payton is one of my fav point guards
lol yeah that team would compete against both the WC and EC all-star teams of the current age
PG: Mo Cheeks
SG: Allen Iverson
SF: Dr. J
PF: Charles Barkley
C: Wilt Chamberlain
World B. Free
Coach: Larry Brown
wow you know when malone and mutumbo are on the bench.. your team is stacked! lol
damn.. an AI, chamberlain combo... scary!
Pistons 12 man rotation
PG Isiah Thomas - Big shot Billups
SG Dumars - Dave Bing - Vinnie Johnson
SF Grant Hill - Jerry Stackhouse
PF Dennis Rodman - Rasheed Wallace
C Bob Lanier - Big Ben - Bill Liambeer
Head Coach: Chuck Daly
Asst Coach: Larry Brown
Asst Coach: Rick Carslile
Owner: Bill Davidson
Jersey's: Bad Boys edition
M-Dymes got to the Sixdogs before me. Only thing I'm changing is the coach to Doug Collins (like him more) and putting Aaron McKie on the bench instead of Iggy. Not saying he is better, just love me an Aaron McKie corner 3. Classic.
Aaron McKie brings back awesome memories. Same with Eric Snow's D.
I used to love watching George Lynch too. Those late 90s-early 2000s sixers teams just had so much heart and passion in their game.
As someone from Toronto, watching the sixer/raptor playoff series was fcuking epic! those VC/AI scoring display were really something to watch.
Orlando MagicAll-Time Home Team
Power Foward: Horace Grant
Small Forward: Hedo Turkgolu
Small Forward: Rashard Lewis
Shooting Guard:Nick Anderson
Point Guard:Steve Francis
Reserves: Jameer Nelson ,Dennis Scott and Scott Skiles
M-Dymes, those teams were straight up heart. Not a ton of talented scorers (but which AI team did have any,) nut they all could play some D and hit the boards. I'll even throw Tyronee Hill's name in this post just for a shoutout.
Pyron, that series was one of the most amazing individual performances by AI and VC. Just for ol' time sake, here is the scoring breakdown for each by game.
Game 1: AI- 36, VC- 35
Game 2: AI- 52, VC- 28
Game 3: AI- 23, VC- 50
Game 4: AI- 30, VC- 25
Game 5: AI- 52, VC- 16
Game 6: AI- 20, VC- 39
Game 7: AI- 21, VC- 20 plus one forever remembered missed shot
wow supermanS on the same team... scary
man i remember watching that last philly/toronto game at a pool hall. it was the funniest reaction. everyone (about 60 ppl) standing up waiting for the play... then silence LOL!!
everyone in philly must have gone crazy and probably were about to have a heart attack if that went in
Agreed fellas. If there is 1 missed shot I will forever remember its that VC shot. I remember watching it live and it looked like it was going down, i could feel my heart sinking, and it just missed.
Something about that moment will live with me forever.