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Topic:  OT: An Exercise in Quarantine Boredom

Topic:  OT: An Exercise in Quarantine Boredom
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  Message Not Read  OT: An Exercise in Quarantine Boredom
   Posted: 3/16/2020 10:05:19 PM 
Amidst the pandemic of the Coronavirus in this country, a lot of us have been asked to work from home for the immediate future. For the next six weeks, I'll be working from my apartment and only leaving when absolutely necessary.

So to pass some time, I thought about something last night and it was kind of wracking my brain and I'd be interested to see other's thoughts on the subject.

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Starting with whatever decade you want, create an All-Time starting five of NBA players and a sixth man off the bench for each decade.

RULES:

(1) You can't use players who spanned multiple decades more than once. (For instance, Michael Jordan was a scoring machine in the 80s, but didn't truly become great until his titles in the 90s. Also, how do you split up the Dream Team?)

(2) The starting lineup DOES NOT need to consist of the traditional PG, SG, SF, PF, and C in order. Think of this like an All-Star Game.

(3) Have fun with it. The player on your team may not even be one of the best ever. Maybe you just liked his game. Maybe you thought he was a swell guy.


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I was born in the 80s, but I'm starting with the 70s because there were great players in that decade.

1970s
1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
2. Julius Erving
3. Pete Maravich
4. Walt Frazier
5. Elvin Hayes

6th man: George Gervin


1980s
1. Magic Johnson
2. Larry Bird
3. Isaiah Thomas
4. Moses Malone
5. Bernard King

6th man: Kevin McHale

1990s
1. Michael Jordan
2. Hakeem Olajuwon
3. Charles Barkley
4. Scottie Pippen
5. Karl Malone

6th man: Penny Hardaway

2000s
1. Shaquille O'Neal
2. Kobe Bryant
3. Allen Iverson
4. Tim Duncan
5. Kevin Garnett

6th man: Manu Ginobili

2010s
1. LeBron James
2. Kevin Durant
3. Steph Curry
4. Kawhi Leonard
5. Dirk Nowitzki

6th man: Dwyane Wade
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