I know I've started this conversation previously, but I just couldn't help myself with all the MJ's 50th / MJ v. LBJ talk.. Here's my squad: C: W. Chamberlain, H. Olajuwon, S. O'Neal PF: B. Russell, K. Abdul-Jabbar SF: L. James, L. Bird SG: M. Jordan, K. Bryant PG: M. Johnson, O. Robertson, J. West HC: C. Daly *Notable cuts: I. Thomas. It was tough leaving my personal all-time favorite player off this team (perhaps the greatest leader in the game's history). But, the experts who saw them all seem to be in complete agreement that Magic and Oscar are 1-2; so, it's tough to make that argument. And I think that West might bring a little more versatility off the bench as a do-it-all combo-guard / three-point specialist / shut-down small guard defender. T. Duncan. I don't make a big distinction between centers and power forwards. Big men are big men to me. And while Duncan is, undoubtedly, the greatest power forward of all-time. There are five centers who I think were better big men (Russell and Kareem were both at least 20lbs lighter than Duncan anyways). R. Miller. I personally think that Kobe Bryant is grossly overrated. But I couldn't quite pull the trigger. M. Malone / D. Robinson. Didn't really consider either. But, great players who I felt at least deserved mention here.