The 5 Team Models for NBA Success

October 20th, 2012 by Josh Benjamin Leave a reply »
The NBA has a number of teams who are sure to be locks for the postseason year after year, and their perennial success surely has many other squads jealous.  At times, one can't help but wonder if the owners gather together at times and one asks another, "What's your secret?" 

Needless to say, some of the NBA's best franchises have found the winning formula and will continue to use it for years to come while their rivals continue trying to duplicate it.

However, who's to say that there is only one model for success in the NBA?  After all, not every team can copy Miami's approach to having an absolutely ridiculous Big Three with a role player sprinkled here and there.  As the 2005 and 2006 Phoenix Suns proved, a run-and-gun offense can often be a vehicle to the Conference Finals, and we all know the story behind Phil Jackson's legendary triangle offense with the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers. 

However, basketball is an ever-developing game and every year, a new system comes along that surprises us all.

More importantly, it's only natural that the models for success keep changing so that they don't become pre ...

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