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The 1992 Dream Team: Doctorate-level basketball

 

    

     The 1992 Dream Team was one of if not the greatest assembly of basketball talent ever put on a basketball court. Imagine having a team full of Hall of Famers. Well, that was the case in 1992 Olympics and if you ask basketball fans, it was pure joy. The way in which they dominated in each and every game was masterful. Offensively and defensively was a doctorate level class in basketball

      Seeing Larry, Magic and Michael on the court as part of a team was something that will never be duplicated no matter how many super teams or other Olympic teams come together. Along with those greats the team consisted of Scottie Pippen, Clyde Drexler, John Stockton, Karl Malone, David Robinson, Chris Mullin, Patrick Ewing, Charles Barkley and Christian Laettner

     This amazing collection of Hall of Famers won their games by an average of 44 points! Talk about total domination by the greatest team ever assembled. Eleven players and three coaches were inducted individually into the Hall of Fame as well as being inducted into the Hall as a team! The magnitude of this teams legacy is showcased the beauty of basketball at its peak

      The 1992 Dream Team gave basketball fans such memories of what basketball looks like when it's played the way they did. The way they moved the ball on offense, the unselfishness as a team working as one. Defensively they showed the world that this is how you shut down your opponent. To this day no other team has reached the magnitude of the 1992 Dream Team! 

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