Ranking Each NBA Team's Frontcourt from Worst to First

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Ranking Each NBA Team's Frontcourt from Worst to First
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The frontcourt combination of Dirk Nowitzki and Tyson Chandler was a critical component of the Dallas Mavericks' NBA championship run in 2011.

Flashy point guards are all the rage right now, but there still seems to be dominant big men in the middle of almost every championship team since Jordan's Bulls (Tim Duncan, Shaquille O'Neal, Pau Gasol and Nowitzki).

Some would define the frontcourt as the center and both forwards. For the purposes of this slideshow, the frontcourt will be the center, power forward and the players who back up those positions from the bench.

Here's how all 30 teams stand in terms of frontcourt talent as the rosters are presently constituted (obviously, there will be some player movement if the lockout ends).


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