Jordan and Pippen, Stockton and Malone, Kemp and Payton, Nash and Amare, Kobe and Shaq, Wade and Shaq, Penny and Shaq, Parker and Duncan, etc....notice the trend? A Big/Small All-Star combo. Have there been any great/highly successful teams with an All-Star PG/SG combo? From my understanding, the formula has always included a big man All-Star (a PF or a C) for a team to be successful. Statistically and logically, we would be a dynamite offensive juggernaut pairing a PG like Paul and an SG like Roy together - but is that enough? My question to all my Bedgin' homeslices is - what made the All-Star Big necessary in all of those successful combinations, and does LMA or Great Oden's Raven have it? Realistically, If those two never become a household name, if they never attain All-Star status like the bigs listed above - with our hypothetical combo of a Paul/Roy PG/SG, could we win it all?
Taking into account historical trends, with a Paul/Roy combo, do we still need an All-Star big?
Yes (121 votes)
No (45 votes)
166 total votes