The NBA Finals are over, but that doesn't mean there's no more hoops to watch. The BIG3, Ice Cube's new 3-on-3 league featuring former NBA stars, debuts on FS1 at 8 p.m. ET Monday night -- one day after the first games were played Sunday.
We already ranked the players we're most excited to see, but what about the teams? How do they stack up?
Here's our take on each of the eight teams in the BIG3.
Most Likely to Brawl: Killer 3s
Captain: Chauncey Billups Co-captain: Stephen Jackson
Players: Larry Hughes, Brian Cook, Reggie Evans
Player coach: Charles Oakley (above) Reserve: Eddie Robinson
Between Jackson, Evans and Oakley, the potential for old-school NBA violence is tremendous. Only way it would've been better is if Jermaine O'Neal and Ron Artest were on this team and it was called "Malice in the Palace."
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Most Fun to Watch: 3 Headed Monsters
Captain: Rashard Lewis (above) Co-captain: Jason Williams
Players: Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, Eddie Basden, Kwame Brown
Coach: Gary Payton Reserve: Hakim Warrick
With Williams whipping passes all over, Abdul-Rauf dropping threes like a 48-year-old Steph Curry, Payton talking trash and Kwame Brown doing Kwame Brown things, this team definitely should be the most entertaining.
Coach: Clyde Drexler (above) Reserve: Paul McPherson
It wasn't too long ago that Maggette and Mobley were running up and down the court with the Clippers, and Cassell was the engine that made that team hum. Mobley and Morris also manned the back court together for several seasons in Houston, where Drexler won a chip with Cassell in 1995.
Most Likely to Feud: Trilogy
Captain: Kenyon Martin (above) Co-captain: Al Harrington
Players: Rashad McCants, James White, Dion Glover
Coach: Rick Mahorn Reserve: Jannero Pargo
No one's saying this group is full of unruly personalities and coached by a notorious Bad Boy, but ...
Wait, that's exactly what we're saying.
Most Likely to Suit Up the Coach: Tri State
Captain: Jermaine O'Neal Co-captain: Bonzi Wells
Players: Xavier Silas, Lee Nailon, Mike James
Coach: Julius Erving (above) Reserve: Lou Amundson
O'Neal and Wells should show some chemistry from their days on those "Jail Blazers" teams, but there's not much beyond them. So it shouldn't take long for fans to call for Dr. J to lace up a pair of Converse Pro Leathers and hit the court — even at 67.
Best One-Man Show: 3's Company
Captain: Allen Iverson (above) Co-captain: DerMarr Johnson
Players: Andre Owens, Mike Sweetney, Ruben Patterson
Player coach: Allen Iverson Reserve: David Hawkins
That's right, A.I. and a bunch of stiffs — it's the 2000-01 Sixers all over again. If he could lead that team to the Finals, there's no telling how far this team can go. Looks like A.I. still got it.
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Most Likely to Shoot at the Other Team's Basket: Ghost Ballers
Captain: Mike Bibby Co-captain: Ricky Davis
Players: Mo Evans, Marcus Banks, Ivan Johnson
Coach: George Gervin (above) Reserve: Joe Smith
To be fair, shooting at the other team's basket is only a Davis thing, and only when he's trying to get a triple-double. Hopefully it happens against the Power team, so DeShawn Stevenson can foul him harder this time.
Won't Win a Game: Ballhogs
Captain: Brian Scalabrine (above) Co-captain: Josh Childress
This is the weakest roster since the 1997-98 Denver Nuggets. Barry not only will have to suit up, but he might have to take 30 shots a game. And who's going to play defense? Ballhogs better make a trade.