Originally Posted by OldTerp
I am not so sure of that. Tim and David were great because David was willing to take a back seat to Tim and become a defense beast. I don't see a prime shaq doing that.
As I mentioned, Duncan and Robinson (implied) were probably the best front line, at least since the early 90's.
But there would be no hope against defending Shaq and Amare while both on the floor.
Even when the Lakers had Shaq and Mailman (before his knee injury), they were very difficult to defend. Remember their 18-3 start?
Shaq and Amare at their prime would have no match, unless you had Rodman and Olajuwon at their prime.
Anyway, this thread has completely derailed out of topic.:offtopic: