Sport's Top 10s: Top 10 Trios in NBA History

Justin HulseyCorrespondent INovember 6, 2010

BOSTON, MA - OCTOBER 26: LeBron James #6, Chris Bosh #1 and Dwyane Wade #3 of the Miami Heat walk into position moments before losing to the Boston Celtics, 88-80, at the TD Banknorth Garden on October 26, 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
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10. Boston Celtics (2007-present)

  • Kevin Garnett: 20 PPG / 11 RPG / 4 APG
  • Ray Allen: 21 / 4 / 4
  • Paul Pierce: 23 / 6 / 4
  • One championship in three years.

9. San Antonio Spurs (2003-present)

  • Tim Duncan: 21 / 12 / 3
  • Manu Ginobili: 15 / 4 / 4
  • Tony Parker: 17 / 3 / 6
  • Three championships in eight years.

8. Miami Heat (2010-present)

  • LeBron James: 28 / 7 / 7
  • Dwyane Wade: 25 / 5 / 7
  • Chris Bosh: 20 / 9 / 2
  • Championships pending.

7. Los Angeles Lakers (1970-1973)

  • Jerry West: 27 / 6 / 7
  • Wilt Chamberlain: 30 / 23 / 4
  • Gail Goodrich: 19 / 3 / 5
  • One championship in four years.

6. Chicago Bulls (1988-1994)

  • Michael Jordan: 30 / 6 / 5
  • Scottie Pippen: 16 / 6 / 5
  • Horace Grant: 11 / 8 / 2
  • Three championships in nine years.

5. Los Angeles Lakers (1997-2004)

  • Kobe Bryant: 25 / 5 / 5
  • Shaquille O’Neal: 24 / 11 / 3
  • Derek Fisher: 9 / 2 / 3
  • Three championships in eight years.

4. Los Angeles Lakers (1982-1989)

  • Magic Johnson: 20 / 7 / 11
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: 25 / 11 / 4
  • James Worthy: 18 / 5 / 3
  • Three championships in eight years.

3. Boston Celtics (1980-1992)

  • Larry Bird: 24 / 10 / 6
  • Robert Parish: 16 / 9 / 1
  • Kevin McHale: 18 / 7 / 2
  • Three championships in 13 years.

2. Chicago Bulls (1995-1998)

  • Michael Jordan: 30 / 6 / 5
  • Scottie Pippen: 16 / 6 / 5
  • Dennis Rodman: 7 / 13 / 2
  • Three championships in three years.

1. Boston Celtics (1956-1963)

  • Bill Russell: 15 / 23 / 4
  • Bob Cousy: 18 / 5 / 8
  • Tommy Heinsohn: 19 / 9 / 2
  • Six championships in eight years.