Big Three

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Big Three is a term used colloquially to refer to the three most prominent entities in any given grouping or subject. It may refer to:

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  • Big Three (Netherlands), the nickname for the three most successful association football clubs in the Netherlands
  • Big Three (Portugal), the nickname for the three most successful association football clubs in Portugal
  • Big Three (Turkey), the nickname for the three most successful association football clubs in Turkey
  • Big Three (Miami Heat), trio of basketball stars for the Miami Heat from 2010–2014: Chris Bosh, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade
  • The trio of players for the Boston Celtics NBA franchise during the 1980s: Larry Bird, Kevin McHale, and Robert Parish
  • The trio of players of the Boston Celtics NBA franchise from 2007–2012: Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett, and Paul Pierce
  • The trio of players of the Cleveland Cavaliers NBA franchise since 2014: Kyrie Irving, LeBron James, and Kevin Love
  • The trio of players of the Los Angeles Clippers NBA franchise since 2011: Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, and Chris Paul
  • The trio of players of the Los Angeles Lakers NBA franchise from 2008–2011: Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol, and Lamar Odom
  • The trio of players for the Milwaukee Bucks NBA franchise from 1998–2002: Ray Allen, Sam Cassell, and Glenn Robinson
  • The trio of players of the San Antonio Spurs NBA franchise since 2003: Tim Duncan, Manu Ginóbili, and Tony Parker
  • The trio of players of the Melbourne Storm NRL Franchise consisting of Cameron Smith, Billy Slater, and Cooper Cronk
  • The trio of starting pitchers for the Oakland Athletics MLB franchise from 1999–2006: Tim Hudson, Mark Mulder, and Barry Zito
  • Big Three (cricket) India, England, Australia close to becoming International Cricket Council's 'Big Three'
  • The trio of defensemen for the Montreal Canadiens NHL franchise from 1973–1980: Guy Lapointe, Larry Robinson, and Serge Savard

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