- Oct 11, 2008
Even the Islanders have a dynasty. Who says the Clippers can't?You're asking me, a Clippers fan, to talk about dynasties? Okay, I consider three consecutive championships are enough to merit the title of "dynasty." By that definition, the all-time greatest dynasty is the North Carolina Tar Heels women's soccer team. Yes, "Tar Heels" is a dumb name -- but they won nine consecutive NCAA championships, 1986-1994, and 15 consecutive ACC championships, 1989-2003. Second greatest dynasty: the Boston Celtics, with eight consecutive NBA titles, 1959-1966. Third: the Montreal Canadiens, with five consecutive Stanley Cups, 1956-1960, and four more consecutive, 1976-79.
As for the Clippers, they're a "never-get-past-the-second-round-of-playoffs" dynasty.
This question was answered months ago.So if one sports hub gets 3 consecutive team championships in a year, is that a dynasty?
The players' children and grandchildren would have to ascend to the same position as the original players to qualify as a dynasty.