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    Default Add one player to one team in history to beat this one in a series.





    All in 2018 form and 100% healthy.







    Letís say home rules advantage is determined by coin flip. 4 games with the 2018 rules 3 with the rules of whatever team you choose(if the warriors win the toss).


    One team plus one player not already on that team.


    What team and what player you choosing?

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    Jokic to the '86 Celtics

    DJ
    Ainge
    Bird
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    Jokic

    Parish & Walton off the bench.

    I still wouldn't pick them to win lol, but that's about as good as you're gonna get.

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    Ouch. Not a lot of options.

    I'm putting peak Jason Kidd on the 83 sixers. They'll have the size, athleticism, and tenacity on the perimeter to match up. Plus Moses could beat up on AD a little bit and try to make him uncomfortable.

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    91 Jordan added to the 2014 Spurs?

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    2024 Suns+Kawhi

    we assuming quantum superposition principle is in full effect for keben durrant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kblaze8855 View Post
    91 Jordan added to the 2014 Spurs?
    I think you could add 91 Jordan to a few teams and it would be a great matchup but that seems like cheating for some reason.

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    Peak LeBron to the current Celtics

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    Prime Shaq to the 2013 Heat.

    Shaq, LeZeus, Wade, RayRay, Bosh.

    I think Bosh could do a reasonable job guarding KD. Shaq would obviously emasculate AD. Peak Lebron is the best player in the series on both ends. And Ray sniping jump shots is an ideal floor spacing guard.

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    91 MJ to the 23 Nuggets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kblaze8855 View Post


    Also tho, the most direct guaranteed way to beat that team is to just add 2023 Jokic to the '18 Warriors instead of AD.

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    Default Re: Add one player to one team in history to beat this one in a series.

    Lebron James to the 1970-71 Los Anegeles Lakers

    G - Gail Goodrich
    G - Jerry West
    F - Elgin Baylor
    F - Lebron James
    C - Wilt Chamberlain

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShawkFactory View Post
    I think you could add 91 Jordan to a few teams and it would be a great matchup but that seems like cheating for some reason.
    If anyone on this warriors hypothetical lineup so much as uttered the word “cheating” I suspect the basketball gods would send a bolt of lightning.

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    93 Bulls plus Olajuwon. A close to his most athletic Jordan might be the best guy you could put on Curry, prime Pippen is one of the best you could put on Durant and Olajuwon should give Davis problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Men Wear Green View Post
    93 Bulls plus Olajuwon. A close to his most athletic Jordan might be the best guy you could put on Curry, prime Pippen is one of the best you could put on Durant and Olajuwon should give Davis problems.
    You wouldn't want the 2nd threepeat squad? Having Pippen and Rodman to take turns on KD defensively would be a major asset.

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    What rule set aka what year is this match up taking place in? Assuming 2018?

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