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You’re so right that Garnett was never surrounded by the type of interchangeable versatility that would have fully utilized his skills. But there was a team during his era that could have been a pioneer: the Washington Bullets, with CWebb, Juwan, and Rasheed. They were broken up due to bad behavior as much as a need to build a squad that was more conventional for the era, and I’m sure CWebb would have reacted poorly to positional weirdness after his experience with Don Nelson. But it could have been incredible.

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