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NBA All-Stars pick the top starting 5 in history.
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I'm bill writer at the 2013. NBA all star -- Houston. Is brimming not -- of current stars but former stars as well let us -- perhaps the most difficult question in basketball to today's stars. Who are the greatest starting five in the history of the game. Play you lose a set and now and I think you know obviously in my time walking well we'll see nothing he's the most dominant senate. So obviously I've always she little knew that the five. I have a have a city guy like Tim Duncan and four. Because you know you don't really need the ball as much -- he's not gonna cry aren't you -- to his community. And then from there. I guess about three man I'm -- to pick up -- LeBron James. Because he can do everything on the floor. Sit in on the score someone's going to score. So I'm -- called my the thing Jordan and Kobe you know you want Michael my other bad either one of them. In my team. And in at the point guard that's left of the problem and that's why you have to ask for. -- Like to would be. Went through very very. Probably so Barton. And then my -- probably set the Mark Jackson Mike Jackson coaching staff. An adjustment and you by the same time so that's and it's time ahead of Magic Johnson with a point guard Stefan Michael Jordan to guard. Three is a little more up in the air -- -- green or wilt you can either of either one. Powerful it was another tough -- ago. We -- not a guy Tim Tim Duncan might you might be name you might throw around guys because sometimes you realize he'd be the best ever play that position. Now Smith food delivered. To move. -- -- -- -- I think it's. And it went through the magic of the week. Might let him. My dad and I thought. He does a good drive. It's been --