PG – Stephen Curry
SG – Michael Jordan
SF – Lebron James
PF – Tim Duncan
C – Wilt Chamberlain
Coach – Phil Jackson
All of them excel at both offense and defense. All of them are winners and team players. There is nothing this team can’t do.
Chamberlain, Jordan, Curry led their teams to record-setting wins per season. Duncan also posted several 60+ wins seasons. Amazingly, they perform even better during the playoffs, when it counts.
Offensively, this team is a beast. Combine for 19 times scoring champions: Jordan 10, Chamberlain 7, James and Curry 1 each. Jordan, James are the most efficient players in the game. In terms of PER, Jordan #1, James #2, Chamberlain #5, Duncan #13, Curry #20.
Curry is the best shooter ever. He’s a real threat at the perimeter, dropping 3s like nobody’s business. Jordan, James are decent enough at 3s; they shoot better during playoffs. With practice and adjustments, James can be a reliable 3-point shooter. Even if they miss, they can rely on Chamberlain to get the rebound; he owns the career rebound record, plus 11 rebounding titles.
Defensively this team are serious contenders. Combined All-Defensive First Team 24 times. Jordan 9, Duncan 8, James 5, Chamberlain 2. (This award only began 5 years before he retired.) Combined 4 times steals leader: Jordan 3, Curry 1. Duncan is all-time playoffs block leader by a good margin, and 5th in regular season. (Chamberlain retired before they started recording blocks, but he would’ve been up there.)