"Dream team." "Super team." Whatever you call it, the alignment of multiple big name players on one team is a great thought...usually, on paper and/or in video games. But, when it comes to real life, combining superstars isn't always the answer. In fact, more often than not, it's rarely the best approach because for every widely successful 1927 New York Yankees Murderers' Row lineup, there are teams like the 2003-04 Los Angeles Lakers, who win big in the regular season only to fall short when it matters most, in the playoffs. 

In honor of the impending failure that is this season's Los Angeles Lakers, which includes stars like Kobe Bryant, Pau GasolSteve Nash and Dwight Howard, we're taking a look at the other squads that attempted to create a super team only to get met with disappointment. Here's A History of Failed Dream Teams

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