The savy of the Old Schoolers is impressive. You gotta believe a team with true team players like Steve Nash, Kevin Garnett, and Tim Duncan would find a way to win.
Especially with all the championship experience from Shaq, Duncan, Garnett, and Kobe. And you gotta believe Kobe would come through now that he's learned to be a team player—especially with Steve Nash on the team.
But the New Schoolers have merits, too. LeBron James finally gets some sidekicks, and this could be the first time in his career where he breaks through and wins a championship.
Chris Paul is a winner, and he's young. Given so much talent you must believe he'd pull through. Dwyane has proven to be a team player and effective contribtor. And Dwight is unbelievably good.
The question is whether the youth can step up. It's theirs for the taking, but many times the vets click better. Can the youth figure it out?
Early on Steve Nash would look to Tim Duncan to establish a down-low presence. Then Kobe gets his shots late in the game.
Meanwhile, Chris Paul would look to Dwyane Wade early on to get things going. Dwight would find looks for himself on cleanup offensive rebounds and putbacks. And LeBron would get his chances late in the game.
And the winner is...The New Schoolers, 109-102. In the fourth quarter, they began to pull away with energetic defense, leading to easy offense.