(This list will not feature any players who have made an All-Star game.)
Big Three's have become a trend in the NBA over the last five years. It's becoming more crucial for a team to have three superstars if they even want to dream about competing for a championship.
It started out with the Celtic's Big Three hooking up in Boston and winning a championship in 2008, and has led to superstars joining hands in Miami, New York, Los Angeles and recently in Brooklyn.
Other teams have developed there superstars and formed a Big Three of their own in a more "conventional" way.
For example, teams like the San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder and Chicago Bulls come to mind.
While all the previously mentioned Big Three's have already established themselves in the league, many other teams are developing multiple superstars of their own who could potentially transform into a Big Three as well.
This list will feature ten teams which possess up-and-coming players who, if they develop into their potential, could one day wear the crown of " the best Big Three in the NBA."