The NBA superteam is no more a modern phenomenon than the game of basketball itself. So long as there have been titles contested, there have been superteams. Over the first 30 years of the NBA’s existence, however, we saw just three such squads — Wilt’s stacked Lakers, the early-’70s Bucks, and the 1982-83 Philadelphia 76ers.
The history of the NBA superteam enters murky water after 1983 and beyond
Unrestricted free agency was in full swing by the mid-’90s, but no star had the audacity to shout, “If you can’t beat them, join them.”
That’s what we talk about today and how Anthony Davis’ trade request does the NBA Landscape.
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