The NBA has a ton of talent, ranging from Inhuman to Bionic. I have compiled a list of the Perfect NBA team from the starters and the bench and even the coach.
This is a team that I would believe to go undefeated in a regular NBA season. The best of the best from the modern NBA. Although some may disagree I think wholeheartedly that this is the Perfect Team.
There is no denying this guy's talent. He his arguably the Best PG in the league and will be for some time. He is a great distributor, defensively solid, and a pure scorer.
With Paul at the point you can be sure that the offense is going to flow effectively, and that if all else fails a he can rack up the points.
The Black Mamba, the cold, killer instinct, fourth quarter killer. What team in the NBA would not take Kobe Bryant if their cap allowed?
Despite the fact that he has helped the Lakers earn a championship last season, this man is vicious. He can light it up and he can embarrass even the best defender, his fourth quarter abilities can be counted on night in and night out. For a perfect team his a neccesity, and a blessing.
The King, Mr. Amazing, whatever you want to call him. I will call him the MVP.
Their is no denying that Lebron is strong, fast, defensively capable, and a scoring genius. Having Lebron on your team ensures fans in the stands, and a bunch of raucous dunks.
This Virgin Islander is the best PF in the NBA hands down. He is consistent, he can guard, and he can score. He is probably one of the most intelligent players in the league therefore; he is essential to any fantasy team
Hands down the best center in the NBA. Nobody comes close. Defensive player of the year, and will be the defensive player of the year next season.
If you expect your team to be a solid unbeatable team you need dwight in the middle alongside Tim Duncan forming the Twin Towers 2.0.
Nelson may not be the best or even second best PG in the league, but I feel it is essential to have him playing behind Chris Paul. He is tough, he can score, and he is one of the most effective distributors in the NBA.
Before his injury Jameer was a complete All-Star, and if it wasnt for his injury the Magic may have had the best record instead of Cleveland.
How could you not have the scoring leader on your team especially on the bench to bring the fire when the starters are tired.
This guy single-handedly made Miami a playoff team. Put Wade on an all-star team and it's lights out. No need to explain his abilities, all you need to do is give him the ball and he will do the rest.
Doper or not. This guy has skills, and you can trust him to play on a consistent level every night. He is a great scorer, and is the perfect compliment to LeBron James. He is a pure All-Star and as I beleive, only used a DHEA supplement to get back to full strength after a bad injury. Anyways any fantsy-team should have this guy.
Who wouldn't want this guy on their team. He has the heart of a true Champion. He is intense, he brings his A-game, and you can count on him to be a solid back up to Tim Duncan.
He is a valuable asset to Boston, without him they are a No. 5 seed with him a No. 2 or No. 3 seed team. On your fantasy team he helps create an unbeatable bench Line-up.
To cap out the rotation, adding a young and already proven center behind Howard would be a given and adding Bynum is the key.
As long as he stayed out of foul trouble he was a dominant force under the rim last season, and as he ages and earns experience he will become a lot better.
There is no reason you should not add this guy to any fantasy team. Behind the Twin Towers 2.0 Bynum and Garnett create the Twin Towers 3.0.
Phil Jackson has gone down in the history books as the most prolific Finals coach ever. There is no denying that his calm Zen-like approach ensures stability in the starting lineup and the bench, he also knows how to game-plan.
He has coached Jordan and now he coaches Kobe, anyone who can handle that amount of talent effectively deserves to be the head coach of any fantasy team.
Stan Van Gundy. This guy is the complete polar opposite of Phil Jackson. But together I think they are the two best coaches in the NBA. Stan coached the the Underdog, and unloved Orlando Magic to their second finals appearance in 20 years.
He can draw up the most beautiful plays anyone can imagine, and even though he loses his head at times he is a very effective coach. With him and Phil at the reigns they become Yin-and-Yang and can coach the perfect team.