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NBA Fans Debate Which Superteam Would Win A 7-Game Series: "The People Who Pick MJ And Bron's Team Don't Know Basketball."

NBA Fans Debate Which Superteam Would Win A 7-Game Series: "The People Who Pick MJ And Bron's Team Don't Know Basketball."

Nowadays, seeing superteams in the NBA is no longer a rare instance. Over the last few years, many franchises have tried creating a superteam in hopes of ultimately winning an NBA Championship. While a few have been successful in their quest, others have failed to do so.

Staying on the topic of NBA superteams, fans like to chime in with their own ideas for one from time to time. Even among those imaginary teams, the inclusion of the likes of LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Stephen Curry, etc. is a common occurrence.

Recently, the Twitter page "Real Talk" decided to submit a 7-game series between two superteams. Team one featured Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and Shaquille O'Neal.

On the other hand, their opponents in this scenario are Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Magic Johnson, Kevin Garnett, and Wilt Chamberlain.

Both teams have a rather surprising lineup as multiple players of the same position are included in the lineup. Moreover, seeing the trio of MJ, Kobe, and LBJ on the same team will decide the winner for many. But let's see how NBA fans on Twitter have reacted to this tweet and which superteam will win a 7-game series in their opinion.

There are valid arguments for either side to win in a 7-game series. Although some fans have picked the right side, the overwhelming support has been with the left team. After all, seeing the trio of MJ, Kobe, and LeBron on one side tilts the fixture in their team's favor.

The only issue they might face will be of managing their egos. If they can manage that in this hypothetical situation, we are sure most people will choose the superteam on the left side to win a series against the right side's team. Regardless of who wins, it will certainly be a game of the century for fans.