In this article, David Aldridge of NBA.com explains in detail that "[t]he NBA has always been a league of dynasties, with few teams able to break through and challenge the hegemony of the dominant franchises." Guess what? He's right. As Aldridge wrote, "judging competitiveness by championships won, the NBA has never been competitive." Man, I couldn't've written it any better myself. To argue otherwise, according to Aldridge, "ignores six decades of history." And that, folks, is why there is no argument to be had.