Best Sports Teams of All-Time suggestions (future tournament participants)

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prophecy033
9/6/12 1:57:32PM
I'm looking for your guys All-Time sports teams to do a poll tournament. It can be from NFL, NBA, MLB, hockey, NCAA football/Basketball/Baseball/Hockey and Soccer.

I'm gonna try and get as many as possible but if we end up with more than we need ill make the calls on who gets in. I'm not a Hockey or Soccer fan but that does not mean they will be the first gone. It will be based on records and accomplishments

Be sure to include your suggestions records, accomplishments and accolades if possible.

My suggestions are

1995/96 Chicago Bulls. First team to win 70 games in a season (72-10) and won the NBA Championship

1972 Miami Dolphins. First and only NFL to go undefeated in a season. 17-0 and Super Bowl Champions
postman
9/6/12 2:14:15PM
1989 49ers are IMO the best football team of all time. had the 07 Pats won the Super bowl then they would have got the nod and prob still get it. That team was unreal.
prophecy033
9/6/12 2:19:22PM
Suggestions:

BASKETBALL
95/96 Bulls
86/87 Lakers
99/00 Lakers
65/66 Celtics
71/72 Lakers
89/90 Pistons
66/67 76ers
85/86 Celtics

FOOTBALL
72 Dolphins
89 Niners
07 Patriots
76 Raiders
77 Cowboys
78 Steelers
85 Bears
86 Giants
93 Cowboys
99 Rams
98 Broncos

BASEBALL
59 Dodgers
23 Yankees
01 Mariners
86 Mets
98 Yankees
27 Yankees
75 Reds
93 Blue Jays

NCAABB
92 Blue Devils
72 UCLA Bruins
03 Syracuse Orange
90 UNLV Rebels
08 Florida Gators

NCAAFB
04 USC Trojans
01 Miami Hurricanes
95 Nebraska Cornhuskers
05 Texas Longhorns
61 Alabama Crimson Tide
99 Florida State Seminoles

HOCKEY
83/84 Oilers
76/77 Canadians
11/12 Kings
01/02 Red Wings
81/82 Islanders
93/94 New York Rangers
74/75 Philadelphia Flyers
71/72 Boston Bruins

SOCCER
03/04 Arsenal
09 FC Barcelona
pmoney
9/6/12 2:35:35PM
1959 Los Angeles Dodgers (insane lineup, World Series champs)
1923 New York Yankees (won against better competition than 1927 Yankees)
1986-87 Los Angeles Lakers
1999-2000 Los Angeles Lakers
1965-1966 Boston Celtics
1977 Dallas Cowboys
hotrodttt
9/6/12 2:41:09PM
2001 Seattle Mariners
prophecy033
9/6/12 2:48:26PM

Posted by hotrodttt

2001 Seattle Mariners

Bubbles
9/6/12 3:09:42PM
1992 Dream Team
1983-84 Edmonton Oilers (Set single-season record for goals with 446, including 87 from Wayne Gretzky, 54 from Glenn Anderson, 52 from Jari Kurri, 40 from defenseman Paul Coffey and 37 from Mark Messier. Ended the Islanders’ run of four consecutive championships with a five-game victory in the Stanley Cup finals. Skated teams into submission with a fast-paced and relentless offense that also was the staple of Oilers championship teams in 1985, ’87, ’88 and 1990. Went on a 15-4 playoff run against Winnipeg, Calgary, Minnesota and the Islanders, outscoring those teams 94-56. Gretzky (13) and Kurri (14) combined for 27 playoff goals. Gretzky had second of four 200-point seasons. Three other members of the team also had more than 100 points — Coffey (126), Kurri (113) and Messier (101).)
1976-77 Montreal Canadiens link + other top NHL teams ever
1972 Team Canada in the Summit Series
1987 Team Canada in the Canada Cup
1998 Yankees
2006 Italy (undefeated World Cup champs, only allowed 2 goals all tournament - penalty kick and own goal)

I'll come up with more later
prophecy033
9/6/12 3:11:44PM
1992 Duke Blue Devils #1 all season, National Champions

1986 New York Mets 108-54, World Series Champions
prophecy033
9/6/12 3:13:27PM

Posted by Bubbles

1992 Dream Team
1983-84 Edmonton Oilers (Set single-season record for goals with 446, including 87 from Wayne Gretzky, 54 from Glenn Anderson, 52 from Jari Kurri, 40 from defenseman Paul Coffey and 37 from Mark Messier. Ended the Islanders’ run of four consecutive championships with a five-game victory in the Stanley Cup finals. Skated teams into submission with a fast-paced and relentless offense that also was the staple of Oilers championship teams in 1985, ’87, ’88 and 1990. Went on a 15-4 playoff run against Winnipeg, Calgary, Minnesota and the Islanders, outscoring those teams 94-56. Gretzky (13) and Kurri (14) combined for 27 playoff goals. Gretzky had second of four 200-point seasons. Three other members of the team also had more than 100 points — Coffey (126), Kurri (113) and Messier (101).)
1976-77 Montreal Canadiens link + other top NHL teams ever
1972 Team Canada in the Summit Series
1987 Team Canada in the Canada Cup
1998 Yankees
2006 Italy (undefeated World Cup champs, only allowed 2 goals all tournament - penalty kick and own goal)

I'll come up with more later

some awesome teams Bubs but I'm not gonna include Olympic teams as the 92 Dream Team would mop the floor with the rest. It's only fair
postman
9/6/12 3:32:51PM
04 USC trojans (In the name of Josh Webb) even if they cheated
1978 Steelers
1985 Bears
pmoney
9/6/12 3:45:36PM
I really want to nominate the 2011-2012 Los Angeles Kings. They were Stanley Cup champions, a #8 seed, had a ridiculous record, something like 10-1 or 11-2 on the road. They absolutely owned. Similar to the St. Louis Cardinals World Series win in 2011 coming from the wild card.

UConn womens basketball 2008-2010- two national titles, longest winning streak in mens or womens NCAAB, longest home winning streak.

1972 UCLA Bruins - NCAA title one of a bajillion, and one of like seven in a row. Tough to pick between this team and the 1968 team with Lew Alcindor, aka Kareem Abdul Jabar. But the undefeated record and average margin of victory being 32 points a game sold me.
prophecy033
9/6/12 3:53:38PM

Posted by postman

04 USC trojans (In the name of Josh Webb) even if they cheated
1978 Steelers
1985 Bears

I had the Trojans but wasn't sure how everyone would feel about it since they had wins and the championship taken away
Shawn91111
9/6/12 4:02:08PM
98 Yankees
90 Detroit Pistons
86 NY Giants
2003 Syracuse Orange - although still think the 89 Orange was the better team
prophecy033
9/6/12 4:16:19PM
2001 Miami Hurricanes- #1 12-0 (7-0) National Champions

71/72 Lakers- 33 game win streak, 69-13, NBA Champions

1995 Nebraska Cornhuskers- #1 12-0 (7-0) National Champions
Poor_Franklin
9/6/12 4:21:04PM
1993 Cowboys
jjeans
9/6/12 4:44:51PM
Arsenal "Invincibles" 03-04. 36 Wins, 13 Draws 0 losses
prophecy033
9/6/12 4:47:44PM

Posted by jjeans

Arsenal "Invincibles" 03-04. 36 Wins, 13 Draws 0 losses

That's Soccer, right?
jjeans
9/6/12 4:59:28PM

Posted by prophecy033


Posted by jjeans

Arsenal "Invincibles" 03-04. 36 Wins, 13 Draws 0 losses

That's Soccer, right?



Yeah you know the sport you renamed
danclarke1992
9/6/12 5:01:15PM
FC Barcelona 2009, won La liga, copa del rey, the champions league, spanish super cup, UEFA super cup and the FIFA club world cup

Brazil 1970
prophecy033
9/6/12 5:52:17PM
Where are all the Canadian and European playgrounders, I need more Soccer (futbol) and Hockey input
thevoodooninja
9/6/12 5:52:41PM
89-91 UNLV basketball
prophecy033
9/6/12 6:03:32PM

Posted by voodoo-jitsu

89-91 UNLV basketball

already have the 90' team. Plus, need a specific season/year
postman
9/6/12 6:29:44PM

Posted by prophecy033


Posted by postman

04 USC trojans (In the name of Josh Webb) even if they cheated
1978 Steelers
1985 Bears

I had the Trojans but wasn't sure how everyone would feel about it since they had wins and the championship taken away



Well Josh and I talked about this and he says he still remembers them kicking the shit out of pretty much anyone put infront of them it happened take what you want but it happened. Nothing will take his joy devil
infestructure
9/6/12 6:36:04PM
The New Zealand All Blacks (rugby)

from wiki...

The New Zealand men's national rugby union team, known as the All Blacks, represent New Zealand in what is regarded as its national sport.[1] The All Blacks are the Rugby World Cup champions, the IRB's current Team of the Year, the leading points scorers of all time and the only international rugby team with a winning record against every test nation they have played. The All Blacks have won over a record 75% of all rugby matches they have played since 1903 and they were named the International Rugby Board (IRB) Team of the Year in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010 and a record fifth time in 2011 The All Blacks have held the top ranking in the world for longer than all other countries combined[2] and in over 100 years only five test rugby nations have ever beaten New Zealand
prophecy033
9/6/12 6:39:21PM

Posted by postman


Posted by prophecy033


Posted by postman

04 USC trojans (In the name of Josh Webb) even if they cheated
1978 Steelers
1985 Bears

I had the Trojans but wasn't sure how everyone would feel about it since they had wins and the championship taken away



Well Josh and I talked about this and he says he still remembers them kicking the shit out of pretty much anyone put infront of them it happened take what you want but it happened. Nothing will take his joy devil

I put them back in
prophecy033
9/6/12 6:45:23PM

Posted by infestructure

The New Zealand All Blacks (rugby)

from wiki...

The New Zealand men's national rugby union team, known as the All Blacks, represent New Zealand in what is regarded as its national sport.[1] The All Blacks are the Rugby World Cup champions, the IRB's current Team of the Year, the leading points scorers of all time and the only international rugby team with a winning record against every test nation they have played. The All Blacks have won over a record 75% of all rugby matches they have played since 1903 and they were named the International Rugby Board (IRB) Team of the Year in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010 and a record fifth time in 2011 The All Blacks have held the top ranking in the world for longer than all other countries combined[2] and in over 100 years only five test rugby nations have ever beaten New Zealand

I'm gonna stay away from Olympic and National teams
BuffaloDave
9/6/12 9:29:01PM
For Hockey

01/02 Red Wings

81/82 Islanders
Gogoplatapus
9/6/12 9:47:32PM

Posted by Bubbles

1983-84 Edmonton Oilers (Set single-season record for goals with 446, including 87 from Wayne Gretzky, 54 from Glenn Anderson, 52 from Jari Kurri, 40 from defenseman Paul Coffey and 37 from Mark Messier. Ended the Islanders’ run of four consecutive championships with a five-game victory in the Stanley Cup finals. Skated teams into submission with a fast-paced and relentless offense that also was the staple of Oilers championship teams in 1985, ’87, ’88 and 1990. Went on a 15-4 playoff run against Winnipeg, Calgary, Minnesota and the Islanders, outscoring those teams 94-56. Gretzky (13) and Kurri (14) combined for 27 playoff goals. Gretzky had second of four 200-point seasons. Three other members of the team also had more than 100 points — Coffey (126), Kurri (113) and Messier (101).)




The Dynasty
Ordep
9/6/12 10:12:25PM
'94 Expos - just to give them a chance to win something
jakewalters
9/6/12 10:15:30PM
NCAAB 07/08 Florida Gators

Back to back NCAA champs

Tons of future NBA talent
Joakim Noah
Al Horford
Corey Brewer
Taurean Green
Chris Richards
Tim Tebow
Jesus
Steve Spurrier
Tim Tebow
Tim Tebow
Tim Tebow
Tim Tebow

...whoa just blacked out what happened
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