It Takes Two: Ranking the Greatest Duos in NBA History

May 12th, 2010 by BIG ERN Leave a reply »
As we've seen over the years in the NBA no matter how good any player is, they can't get it done alone. Everyone needs a sidekick to help take over in crucial situations.

Here are the best tandems in NBA history:

10. Tim Duncan and David Robinson (San Antonio Spurs)

The "Twin Towers" are the best two big men to play on the same team in NBA history. They had the NBA's biggest turnaround from 20 wins to 56 the season after Robinson's injury and the beginning of Tim's rookie season.

They went onto win two championships in 1999 and 2003.

9. Isiah Thomas and Joe Dumars (Detroit Pistons)

These two guards had it all on both sides of the basketball court. Their tenacious defense would bring along the much deserving nickname the "Bad Boys".

Their play was top notch in the late 80's and early 90's earning them back-to-back championships in 1989 and 1990.


8. John Stockton and Karl Malone (Utah Jazz)

These two spent a long 18 years together, making the playoffs every season. 

They re-invented the pick n' roll to perfection which b ...

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