this photo that has been sweeping the internet over the last few weeks. The wizards over at BallIsLife.com came up with the perfect bar discussion game when they asked their readers to choose an All-Time NBA starting five from a pool of greats... only with one catch. Every player is tabbed with a particular value, $1-$5 within each position, and you're slapped with a draconian salary cap of only $15 with which to build your 'team.' Overnight, the $15 game became an internet sensation, and the talk of the basketball world (outside, of course, that whole 'NBA Finals' thing). It's simply brilliant. If given free reign over the pantheon of basketball's greats, anyone could piece together the best starting five by simply taking the best player at every position. The valuation and salary cap makes everything much more complicated. Do you sacrifice your shooting backcourt to lock down the paint? What sacrifice will you make to secure the services of the great Michael Jordan? Is Kareem really worth an extra buck over Bill Russell? The discussion points are endless. (For the record, my $15 five looks like this: Stockton ($2), Jordan ($5), Pippen ($1), Duncan ($3), Shaq ($2), and a $2 well at the Dark Horse.) Not content with just debating the merits of the best in NBA history, hardwood aficionados have taken the game and made it their own, applying it to individual teams across the playing spectrum. Given some prodding from the Mayor himself, I figure it's CU's turn, and have agonized over the history of our beloved program to set up the playing field. See below, pick your five, and hit me up in the comments or on Twitter (@Rumblinbuffalo) with your All-Time CU Starting Five for $15. [edited...go to the article to read more] Originally posted by The Rumblings of a Deranged Buffalo Click here to view the article.