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The Best Trios Of The NBA’s 2014-15 Season

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This season has been one for the ages, with some of the best players emerging from teams that we expected to do well, but not great. From the Hawks to the Cavs, here are the NBA’s 10 best trios from the 2014-15 season by their combined PER (Player Efficiency Rating).

We start with number 10:

10. Atlanta Hawks – Jeff Teague, Al Horford, Paul Millsap

Atlanta Hawks Trio

Maybe we’re doing this team a little injustice by ranking them 10th. After all, they’re at the top of the rankings in the east, and only trail the high-powered Warriors for 1st in the league. However, the Hawks are geared more towards team-centered basketball and their whole is greater than the sum of their parts. Add in fellow all-star Kyle Korver and a Greg Popovich disciple in Mike Budenholzer, and you have yourself a roster defined by their composition and comradery rather than their individual talent.

Click ‘Next’ to see who the ninth best trio in the NBA is!

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