Question: Who has a better starting 5 right now?

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better starting five?

25%
Lakers
1
25%
Suns
1
50%
Other (post who and why)
2

Total votes: 4

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All Star
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» Mon Jan 12, 2009 3:43 am
Lakers:

Bryant
Fisher
Gasol
Bynum
Radmonovic

Suns:
Nash
Richardson
O'Neal
Hill
Stoudemire
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» Mon Jan 12, 2009 4:41 am
I'd stay with Boston:

Rondo
Allen
Pierce
KG
Perkins


That's a hell of a lineup. A pity only Powe looks like a legit NBA player from their bench. But if we go just with starting lineups, I'd pick Boston (by a hair).
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» Mon Jan 12, 2009 4:53 am
Suns have the names.

Fakers have the all around solidarity and coverage.

Boston has the best ball playing starting 5.
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» Mon Jan 12, 2009 7:50 am
Suns, they just have to play like it and they sort of have lately. The way Shaq is playing, full credit to him, I thought he was past it and never to return to this sort of form. The Suns can turn it on any time and now with Nash back, they could well make a move up the standings
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» Mon Jan 12, 2009 5:14 pm
Oh man... best starting five? I'll stick with the Celtics as well. But I rank the Suns next and then the Lakers. As good as Gasol and Bynum are together, I think O'Neal and Amare are better.
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» Wed Jan 14, 2009 1:17 am
I think in terms of pure talent, the Suns five is strongest. Obviously, Lakers and Celtics have had better team play. Suns are starting to heat up and Miggy is right, Shaq is playing better than at any time since 2004. Richardson was a GREAT move for them...

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