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1992 U.S. Olympic MBB vs. 2012 U.S. Olympic MBB: Who wins?

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We'll say it's a 7-game series. Who wins between the two teams?

Starting Lineups

1992 - 2012

Patrick Ewing - Tyson Chandler

Charles Barkley - Kevin Love

Scottie Pippen/Larry Bird (split time) - LeBron James

Michael Jordan - Kobe Bryant

Magic Johnson - Chris Paul

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lol did u not watch the brazil game? they were lucky to come away with a win. 1992 team wins hands down. Hell 1992 team now, old as fug, could still beat this 2012 team.

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lol... Chris Paul on Magic.

Just stop right there...

Hell, Jordan and Magic and pick three '92 NBA players and it's still a game.

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its not even close

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The 2012 would get destroyed in the post and probably wouldnt win but,

Chris Paul > '92 Magic

Isiah was the best PG in the league then and he didnt even make the team

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1992 would embarrass these current guys.

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if both teams are in their prime, 1992 Dream Team....and it's not even close. 4-0

If they played today, 2012 would win, but it'd be a real real close series.

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The 2012 would get destroyed in the post and probably wouldnt win but,

Chris Paul > '92 Magic

Isiah was the best PG in the league then and he didnt even make the team

the only reason he didn't was because Jordan, and some other members didn't want him there.

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Whose rules? There was much more physicality in '92, also no zone defense. The original team would own the post game.

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The second string of the "Dream Team" could beat this 2012 squad. Seriously

David Robinson - Tyson Chandler

Karl Malone - Kevin Love

Scottie Pippen/Larry Bird (split time) - LeBron James

Clyde Drexler - Kobe Bryant

John Stockton - Chris Paul

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