Batman & Robin: the best duos to play in the NBA

[post_page_title]Paul Pierce & Kevin Garnett[/post_page_title]
Kevin Garnett joined Paul Pierce in Boston during the latter’s tenth season in the Association. Boston made the postseason several times after the turn of the century, but never made it past the Eastern Conference Finals until Garnett put on a Celtics uniform. In 2007-08, the duo revitalized a team that hadn’t won a championship since 1986 (after they dominated the 1960s). That season, Pierce averaged 19.6 PPG and 5.1 rebounds, while Garnett added another 18.8 PPG and 9.2 rebounds, and Boston won 66 games en route to a Championship. During the four seasons Garnett and Pierce played together in Boston, the team won nearly 70 percent of their games.

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