dynasty?

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  1. Buckeyes#1

    Buckeyes#1 First Round Draft Pick

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    If we were to win this year and next year, would you consider this team a dynasty? I definitely would if we had won last year but now, not so sure if we could call ourselves one if we won three out of four. What think ye?
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    I wonder how many teams have had 4 all-stars that weren't considered a dynasty?

    We need to win at least 1 more otherwise nobody will remember this team.
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    If we win 2 more, definitely. If we win this year, go to the finals and lose the year after, I'd say yes. We could theoretically end up being the most memorable one if we win 3, there are 4 popular guys on the team, most other dynasties had maybe 2 or 3 good guys and role players.
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    It would match the output of the old Pistons. 3 straight Finals with 2 Titles.
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    From wikipedia

    That is a literal definition of course. I don't think a team can be considered a dynasty without winning 3 out of 4 years.
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    WOW! I just realized there's no 'I' in dynasty either. Coincidence?...I think not...:)

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