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Be Afraid: Five Budding Dynasties in the NBA

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Be Afraid: Five Budding Dynasties in the NBA

Every NBA player has the same dream; to win an NBA title. It's an accomplishment than can determine whether a superstar becomes a legend. We've seen recently mainly people questioning the King James about his superstar status solely for the reason that he hasn't won the big one yet.. Many superstars have come and gone without drinking from that champagne bottle or having the privilege of wearing a championship ring. Players like Karl Malone, John Stockton, Charles Barkeley, Dominique Wilkins, Chris Webber, Adrian Dantley, George Gervin, and Elgin Baylor all failed to achieve that great honor.

While winning an NBA championship is a huge dream come true for NBA players, few players (or even teams) have the opportunity to take part in or even witness an NBA dynasty. When I think of dynasties, I think of the Lakers and Celtics of old, the Bulls of the Nineties, the Spurs and Lakers of the 2000s. Those are truly great teams that achieved not only one, but multiple NBA titles within years of each other.

This list consists of teams that could potentially be on the verge and within a few years of forming their own dynasties. Lots of things depend on whether these teams can take it to the next level. (Keep in mind I did not include current super-teams like the Lakers or Celtics because they are already winning. These are teams that are up-and-coming.)

And here we go...

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