Comparing LA Lakers Big 4 to the Best Big 4's in the NBA

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Comparing LA Lakers Big 4 to the Best Big 4's in the NBA
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With the moves to acquire Steve Nash and Dwight Howard this offseason, the Los Angeles Lakers have become the most recent team to create a Big Four using the NBA’s most talented players.

Like it or not, super teams are popping up all over the league, and while each of them has their own qualities to bring to the table, the Big Three's of yesterday have quickly been overshadowed.

A number of teams out there have the potential to groom their own Big Four's. The San Antonio Spurs are a piece away, the Denver Nuggets have potential all over their roster and the Dallas Mavericks, with the moves they made this summer, could establish their own Core Four if they jell early.

Even the Los Angeles Clippers have Big-Four possibilities if they can groom DeAndre Jordan and establish another go-to option on their ever-improving roster.

The best Big Four's have four well-established players, and while there are a number of teams with potential, there are a mere handful who qualify heading into the 2013 season.

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