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The Superman Superteam, The Most Dominant Squad In NBA History

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If you want to make it to the NBA, you definitely need to stand out from most athletes and have physical gifts just one on every million players has, considering you’re about to face the most gifted ballers in the world.

Moreover, besides a hard work ethic, luck and natural talent, some players’ athleticism, leaping ability or sick strength just give him a huge advantage when it comes to succeeding in the most competitive league in basketball.

Over the course of history, the league has seen some players that, more than ballers, look like mere superheroes and today, we’re going to let you know about the 4 supermans in the history of the game.

4. Giannis Antetokounmpo

Giannis Antetokounmpo is the league's newest Superman, as Shaq has decided to hand him one of his many nicknames. Truth to be told, he doesn’t look human when running down the court, so perhaps that nickname isn’t enough to let everybody know about his freakish athleticism.

Antetokounmpo is the most athletic human I’ve ever seen. He’s just incredibly strong and long and doesn’t need to have a jump shot to do whatever he wants and dominate in both sides of the hardwood. When he takes flight, it looks like he can touch the sky.

3. Dwight Howard

Dwight Howard was once considered to be Shaquille O’Neal’s second coming, so the Superman nickname also came along. Needless to say, Shaq never made the most of his talents and his career hasn’t been nearly half as successful as we thought it’d be.

Even so, Howard actually looks like a superhuman. He has a 39.5’’ vertical while being 6’1’’, something that gives him a huge advantage over pretty much every single big man in the world. He’s huge, his shoulders are the size of a basketball, and he can just jump over a building.

2. Wilt Chamberlain

Wilt Chamberlain was the ultimate freak of nature. We’re talking about a guy that was 7’1’’ that had a 48’’ inch vertical. That’s just crazy. Chamberlain succeeded at every sport he ever tried, and he even jumped from rooftop to rooftop just for the fun of it.

There will never be a superhuman as gifted as Chamberlain, who could carry grown people as if they were babies. Actually, there’s not even enough evidence to convince us that this guy wasn’t from outer space.

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1. Shaquille O’Neal

And obviously, number one on our list has to be the original Superman, the most dominant center in the history of the game, and a guy that just wasn’t going to be stopped on either side of the hardwood.

Shaq could log a triple-double with 15 blocks on any given night, shatter backboards, and even break the bones of the guys brave enough to try and take a charge from him. Also, this guy is so big that he even has to get his shoes specially done for him. Size 22? He’s just not human.