Originally Posted by bjjs
So the gap between Scalabrine (the modern era human victory cigar), and an NBA all-star is very small.
Parity is dead because a few of these all-stars (who are apparently only a very small gap better then the worst players in the league) have joined teams.
If this gap is so very small - shouldn't a team full of pretty good near all-star players, be able to compete with all-stars and maybe overcome a minute gap in skill with superior teamwork and hustle?
I think he was talking about understanding the game rather than their skill level.