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You're going to start an NBA team, who do you choose first?

You're going to start an NBA team, who do you choose first?   28 members have voted

  1. 1. You're going to start an NBA team, who do you choose first?

    • Lebron James
      12
    • Kobe Bryant
      3
    • Dwight Howard
      9
    • Chris Paul
      3
    • Other
      1

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I picked Lebron over Kobe just because of age...would've gone Kobe if he was 24

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LeBron... because I can't pick MJ...

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Went Chris Paul. He inherited God's ability to create. A great PG will only take you so far in the playoffs but they will win a lot of games in the regular season which is all you can ask for with a new team.

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Dwight. Really good centers are hard to come by. You can always get poor man's Lebrons and Kobes.

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I picked Lebron over Kobe just because of age...would've gone Kobe if he was 24

Exactly. If you said to me today who would I pick to start my franchise I'd pick LBJ. But if you asked me today whos the better player, that one would be more debateable. I'd have to go with the Black Mamba by a little.

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Really Paul? Where's Wade, I understand that there is an other option but why wouldn't Wade be a choice. Paul wouldn't even be my first choice at PG.

I would choose Lebron, he is the best player and he has more years in him than Kobe.

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Greg Oden because he's a big man...

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Paul wouldn't even be my first choice at PG.

Who would be?

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Kobe...cuz I have a man crush on him!

nobody can take control of a game the way he can...and ya...the age is a good argument for Lebron...but...I want my team to win, now!

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