Dwayne Wade recruited Chris Bosh and LeBron James to play in South Beach in order to form what fans and experts alike immediately proclaimed to be the biggest “Big 3” in the history of the sport.
However, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and Tim Duncan have been together for a decade, winning three NBA championships in the process (Duncan won one with David Robinson, before the two entered the league).
Thus, Sports Illustrated has taken the opportunity to put a little historical perspective on the 2013 NBA Finals, when the Spurs and Heat will meet to prove perhaps once and for all which of these two groupings have been the most dominant Big 3s.
What do you think? Have Manu, Parker and Duncan been “The Biggest 3”?