Miami Heat: Are “Big Threes” Ruining The NBA?

August 2nd, 2010 by Imtiaz Ferdous Leave a reply »

Several years ago, there were a lot of teams with budding superstars. Kevin Garnett was in Minnesota, Ray Allen was in Seattle, and Dwayne Wade and Lebron James were on separate teams. 

And then it happened. The Boston Celtics completely redefined the economic rules of the NBA. They realized they could get three outstanding players. Their original target was Ray Allen and so they traded for him and Glen Davis. And then it all came crashing down on the league.

Kevin Garnett saw what happened in Boston and realized if he could go there, they would be legitimate contenders. Since Minnesota did not look like they would compete, they seriously considered trading Garnett. So he told the Minnesota Timberwolves that he liked what was going on there and if they wanted to deal him there he would be fine with it. So they dealt Garnett for five players and two first round picks.

This created the amazing big three for Boston, thus helping them win their first championship in a long time. Kobe Bryant saw this and was probably wondering why the Lakers were not being upgraded.

So the Lakers went out and robbed Pau Gasol from the Mem ...

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