Baylor, Chamberlain, West
This Los Angeles Lakers’ trio was together from 1968 to 1972. In that short timeframe, the Lakers won just one NBA title, and that came in the big 3’s final season together. In their first two years together, however, the Lakers were finals runners-up, losing to the Celtics and Knicks, respectively. In the title winning season on 1971-72, the Lakers won 69 games, setting the all-time wins in a season record. Of course, that would be broken by the Bulls in the ’90s. West would finish the title winning season as the league’s assist leader, while Chamberlain would be voted as an NBA All-Defensive First Team player. Baylor, at the end of his career, was still an important cog to the team. The veteran averaged 11.8 points per game despite playing sparingly during the season.