Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O'Neal and the 10 Greatest Duos in NBA History

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Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O'Neal and the 10 Greatest Duos in NBA History
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In the free-agent NBA world, the offseason is used as a platform for contenders to try and get over the hump by either acquiring a free agent or a player via trade.

This offseason, speculations are swirling in regards to famed names like Dwight Howard, Joe Johnson, Rudy Gay, Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook and Andre Iguodala.

All of whom are dynamic pieces in their own right who could catapult a team into the Finals in 2012.

All of whom are good enough to be considered the next bright and shining star to join forces with a pre-existing superstar.

Think Miami Heat last offseason, Boston Celtics in 2007, Los Angeles Lakers in 1996 or Houston Rockets in 1994.

All four of those teams made midseason or offseason acquisitions that created trios or tandems made of superstars seeking out title contention.

Welcome to the top 10 dynamic duos in NBA history.

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