When we talk about championship teams, we often talk about the best players on that given team. For example, the San Antonio dynasty in the first decade of the new millenium has kept its nucleus of Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, and Tim Duncan together for what, 10 years now? Guess what? They're still topping the standings at the end of each season. So what separates a team like the Spurs, Celtics, Lakers, or even the newly formed Thunder powerhouse? Let's consider the Kings roster, an equally talented team that certainly has the potential to make deep playoff runs, if not capture the championship in its entirety.