Of the ones you mentioned, Jordan is one with the most help.
By the way, you're saying that the Bulls of Jordan's time, the Spurs, the Lakers and Rockets were similar to the Cavs lol. So with all of those teams there was one superstar with a bunch of scrubs lol.
Parker and Ginoboli were not on that '99 SA team. he had an old, declinging David Robinson, Sean Elliott, Avery Johnson, Mario Elie, etc...
Cassell was a rookie who played 17 mins a game. It was hakeem and a bunch of role players. Otis Thorpe was nothing more than an average player.
The Jordan teams were great. As were the Spurs. You can't say that they aren't great because those were dynasties. A dynasty is greatness. The Lakers are on the verge of another one. Yes, they are great teams. You can't call Scottie Pippen, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobli role players when they've all been all-stars multiple times.
It's time to find your way back now lol...
The Spurs in '99 had marginal talent and a superstar in Duncan. That team would win again until 2003 so that was not a dynasty team.
This Laker team is turning itno a dynasty- more b/c of how bad the rest of the league is. This is NOT a great team.
But Cleveland IS a great team right lol? I mean with Jamario Moon and Mo Williams and all of those other stars.
The Spurs won four titles in under ten years. That's pretty dynasty-esque. Same coach, same superstars for the most part. That David Robinson guy was just marginal I guess lol. He was on that list of 50 greats as well. Marginal. Gotcha.