Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Kidd and Jet on's Pac-10 team

As we put together these NBA All-Conference teams, we usually come up with some pretty stacked squads. And Team Pac-10 is no exception, except that the stacking is going on in the backcourt only.

At the point guard, shooting guard, and small forward positions, you would have a hard time finding a conference that goes deeper than the Pac-10.

We start off at point with a future Hall of Famer in Jason Kidd (California). Then we have Baron Davis (UCLA), who we are shifting to shooting guard to get as much firepower in the starting lineup as possible, and Gilbert Arenas (Arizona), who is currently inactive. Finally, we have Mike Bibby (Arizona), another veteran leader who can shoot the rock.

At the two, backing up Davis, we have All-Star Brandon Roy (Washington) and veteran Jason Terry (Arizona). That makes six guys who we can just give the ball and say, "Go to work." And at the three, we have Arizona athletes Andre Iguodala and Richard Jefferson, along with the best shooter in the league, Jason Kapono (UCLA).

For a look at the rest of the team, hit's Conference Challenge: Pac-10 in the NBA.

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