Best Five NBA Trios of All-Time

Have you talked to your buddy about what the trio is better for Magic, Kareem and Worthy or Bird, McHale Parish? Or Jordan Grant and Pippen? What about the great celtic teams of the past with Bill Russell and his company? Well, next time you find yourself at this site, there will be some specific information regardless of the background. Of course, NBA junkies must read the history of the great game known as NBA Basketball.

5th Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Horace Grant: Chicago Bulls, 88-93

Listing Ideas:

Many may be surprised if Jordan finds the bottom of the list or sees Horace Grant instead of Dennis Rodman. But the facts do not stop. Since Jordan is the greatest player in all times, in all the eyes he and his bulls have done in all three peat-like other big dynasties on the list, when they invest such factors as all professional teams, combined points, longevity and balance . Basketball is ultimately a team game and TRIOS is NOT a player, Jordan's companions simply did not have enough to get Mike's triple higher. Grant was chosen to replace Rodman as Jordan and Pippen played for longer (instead of three for six) and Rodman was generally better and fuller.

Results and Recognitions:

During the three-year run, the triumvirate has three world championships (91-93) three championship MVP prizes, nine full games, seven selections for the first or second team -pro team and 29.303 points. The trio was also responsible for 56.5% of Bull's total offensive output at this six-year period.

4th Bill Russell, Sam Jones and Bob Cousy: Boston Celtics 1958-63

Listing Idea:

Many NBA historian buffers and gray beard sportswomen quoted the first great trio, there was no question to fit this list rather. It was difficult to place such a dynamic group on the bottom of what they did, (even later), but at the end of the day when you were on the sponsor, they had to work together. For six years, Russell, Jones and Cousy have together played all the halls of the famous seven other prestigious halls. Thanks to the large number of teams, they do not reduce their performance, but reduce their individual responsibility to reach them, making them the fourth in the top five of the NBA trios.

Stories and Recognitions:

History says that at the end of the '50s and' 60s, the championship of NBA championships was a magic formula to get this trio out of the box. This formula received five amazing titles in six seasons and four MVPs for Russell. For decoration, the triumvirate decided to lose all stars out of 14, 10 all profiles and 22,245 points.

3rd Bill Russell, Sam Jones and John Havlicek: Boston Celtics 1963-69

Listing Concept:

It seems possible that a second trio, two thirds of which is the same as the previous one, (Bill Russell) and some special guests (call you VIP) will get special attention. The fact was when I went through the numbers I could not believe in good faith that one Russell had led three more to the other. This group was slightly higher than the first, primarily because the numbers are slightly better. Another aspect of the rankings was that except for Russell Havlicek, he was a better player than Jones or Cousy, so he raised his group a bit higher than Cousy.

Achievements and awards:

It's like a chronologically pre-trio, and Russell, Jones and "Hondo" each year have won the NBA crown each year, but one (1967). Russell also received two additional MVP awards for the four previously won and received a total of six for the lady-lady's career. In total, this group also has 16 all-star choices, 14 all-pro choices and nearly 29,000 combined points. (28 952 points)

2. EarVin "Magic" Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and James Worthy: LA Lakers 1983-89

Listing Reasoning:

Placing this group on this list really does not need explanation, statistical or anyway a really big trio all time. However, the decision to belong to the two most ancient ones was not tough but the most appropriate decision, but decided which site they should be penciled (or I think when compiling the list.) I can safely say that flip- I flopped this but at the end of the day I decided to rank them behind our supreme team (I do not sell it) simply because it is much more than the next team on the list.

Group known as "Showtime" in seven years Johnson and Abdul-Jabbar are five-in-five in the 80's. "Big Game James" joined the team in the first round of North Carolina in the 82-83 season and had an immediate impact practiced from the Lakers at the time, 13.4PPGs were recruited. The most decisive year of the trio was born in 1987 when 52% of their oaths were split into their second title All-toll Johnson, Jabbar and Worthy collected three MVPs, 18 all-star looks, 11 all-pro selections and 29,197 points. It said it was not enough to decide on # 1 rivals and the most important triumvirate of the ruling NBA …

1. Larry Bird, Kevin McHale, and Robert Parish: Boston Celtics 1981-92

Listing Ideas:

When you really sat down and analyzed numbers, performances, and lists, you quickly realized how good this trio is. It is not enough to say that they have obtained a lot of points (what they did) or that they have won more titles (which they did), but also have to take into account that they have often done so while they have suffered significant shortcomings. depth and sportiness. Compared to the Lakers who rated players such as Bob McAdoo, Jamaal Wilkes Michael Cooper and Byron Scott, who often came out of their paddock, the Celtics relief except for Dennis Johnson who was on the road in HOF often brought stars , like Bill Walton, Pete Maravich and Nate Archibald. Couple of the incredibly long time (in just 12 years), Boston's "big three" in the 1980s in NBA history as the biggest trio of troops.

His decade and Bird, McHale and Parish have done too many chronicles (trust me that you're bored of reading a long list of numbers) . This trio went four times in the NBA Finals and won it all three times. In addition, three straight MVP awards (Larry Bird 84-86), an amazing 26 all-star appearances, 11 all-pro nods, and a world-wide 53.004 points. The fact that they were wearing the huge proportion of their relative careers is even more intense. Larry Bird played 13 of his NBA years without McHale and Parish, just as McHale played for just a year without Bird. The exception to the parochial exception is an exception, as he has played four teams in his 22-year career but spent most of his time with Bird, McHale and Celtics and is no doubt more familiar with what he did in the season than in Boston in the other seven years Golden State (76-80) completed Charlotte (94-96) and Chicago (96-97). This incredible trio reached its peak in the 1985-86 season, with the impressive 56.7% of Celtic being the ultimate goal. In the following season, although Los Angeles Lakers lost four games in the NBA Finals, the big three would have been inaccurate at 5487 points, representing 63.4% of total liability.