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I guess you're not really trying to get a team that could beat the Dream Team. You're trying to find a team that could lose by less than 12, and I'm not sure that could happen.
That Yugoslavia team wasn't just 4 players. Yes Drazen, Vlade, Toni, Dino were the stars but that team was deeper. And i believ that in USA most people didn't knew all the players and how good they were. Probably dream team would still win but that would be a game to watch. Zarko Paspalj - played for Spurs in 89, euroleuge finals mvp in 94Zoran Savić- played for Barcelona and Real Madrid, 3 time euroleague champion, euroleague best scorer in 91, euroleague mvp in 98Predrag Danilović - maybe the best SG in europe in the 90ties, 2 time euroleague champion, euroleague mvp 92, euroleague top scorer 95, player in nba for Heat and MavsAleksandar Đorđević - part of top 50 players od all time in europe, played for Barcelona, Real Madrid, and in nba for Trail Blazers, 2 time bese european playerVelimir Perasović- 5 time best scorer in spanish league, 3 time euroleague championRadisav Ćurčić - played for Mavs in 92Stojko Vranković - played in NBA 5 seasons for Celtics, Clipers and Wolves
IF that team wasn't broken up because of the Yugoslavian civil war, could they have given the Dream Team a game?
Quote from: JSD on December 25, 2016, 07:18:50 AMIF that team wasn't broken up because of the Yugoslavian civil war, could they have given the Dream Team a game?How many all star games between all of those players? Not as many all out together as any individual dream teamer not named Laettner.