Just a Thought – Why Team USA 2012 would Beat The Dream Team

This is great video editing! Secondly, Jordan’s style of play was ahead of his time, but  Kobe is still a better shooter and ball-handler. So, where is the advantage in having Jordan on The Dream Team as so many propose? Maybe Jordan might have had more competitiveness; and Kobe only accomplished more than Jordan, at the same age, because Kobe had a few years of a head start. But, The Dream Team could not match-up with the likes of LeBron, Melo, Westbrook, Deron, etc.

Plus Kevin Durant has proved to be ahead of all of the aforementioned on the offensive end, while showing flashes of greatness on defense during the Olympics and 2012 NBA playoffs.

Furthermore, this only supports that The Dream Team’s only advantage was in the post. But, with that advantage it doesn’t refute the possibility that Team USA 2012 had a more effective style of play consisting of speed and sharp shooting.

Please see : http://anotherschoolofthought.com/2012/08/25/team-usa-2012-would-beat-the-dream-team/

2 thoughts on “Just a Thought – Why Team USA 2012 would Beat The Dream Team

  1. I’m from Southern Cali, and I love Kobe as much as the next guy, but there is no way that 2012 team has a shot. I’d be more liable to put my money on the 2008 Redeem Team; I thought that one was way more talented.

    • There’s another post fully addressing why we think the 2012 Team would win (it’s the very first post). And, the Redeem Team probably would have beaten 1992–without question. We’ve even heard some say the Dream Team 2 (1996) would have “gotten busy” with The Dream Team.

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