Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by blueadams, Feb 21, 2013.
Don't fight it. It probably knows something that you are overlooking.
Sorry guys, totally spaced it. Busy day at work. Tracy McGrady
I suggest we fill the roster spots with a guy whose stats are as close to zero as possible. One candidate is Travis Knight.
I know the numbers are probably a little off, but if everyone transported forward in time to now, I'd take Dwight over Wilt in a heartbeat. I'm surprised it was that close, but I like to think it shows the integrity of the simulator.
That simulator is crap!
You... you took the guy I figured nobody would take. Good choice. Now I have to rework my plans... Um... I can go one of two ways - I can crazy my team up a little and take Metta World Peace or Ben Wallace for the defense, or get a more versatile scorer like Dirk or Clyde the Glide. Or I can use SNL's supercomputer and pick Daryl Chocolate Thunder Dawkins. My team's ability to score is solid, with Jordan, Durant, Nash, and Howard, the first three being good to great 3-pt shooters and all of them having .600+ TS and .500+ eFG. I'm confident in my team's ability to defensively handle wings, but bigs are a different story, with only Howard. Yet I want a sixth man that's a little more versatile than what Ben Wallace would give them. I wish I had another pick or two, but that's what makes this tough, I guess. In the end, I'm just gonna say eff it and go with Ben Wallace. I can go small and run Wallace/Rodman/Durant/Jordan/Nash and still feel like I'd get some boards and block shots, or go "big" and feel like Howard/Wallace/Rodman/Durant/Jordan would still handle quicker squads. So yeah, Ben Wallace.
How about Jimmer?
Where's Walton on your list?? He's light-years better than most of those guys. He was injured alot, but won two NBA championships.
Again, this was a real publication, not your imagination, so Walton wasn't included.
Good picks with T-Mac and Ben. I'll repost everything here in a minute. For now we can take a few days to experiment with the simulator, think about bench-ideas, negotiate trades, etc..
Final results. Draft: 1st Round: #1) Laimbrane: M. Jordan #2) coynejeremy: W. Chamberlain #3) *Woody: #4) Tas: L. James #5) Walter: M. Johnson #6) blueadams: H. Olajuwon #7) S.J.: S. O'Neal #8) BilLaimbeer: L. Bird 2nd Round: #1) BillLaimbeer: O. Robertson #2) S.J.: K. Bryant #3) blueadams: J. West #4) Walter: T. Duncan #5) Tas: C. Paul #6) *Woody: #7) coynejeremy: K. Abdul-Jabbar #8) Laimbrane: D. Howard 3rd Round: #1) Laimbrane: K. Durant #2) coynejeremy: J. Stockton #3) *Woody: #4) Tas: D. Robinson #5) Walter: J. Erving #6) blueadams: B. Russell #7) S.J.: I. Thomas #8) BilLaimbeer: E. Baylor 4th Round: #1) BillLaimbeer: B. Pettit #2) S.J.: K. Garnett #3) blueadams: G. Gervin #4) Walter: P. Ewing #5) Tas: D. Wade #6) *Woody: J. Havlicek, B. Cousy, B. Walton, E. Hayes #7) coynejeremy: R. Barry #8) Laimbrane: S. Nash 5th Round: #1) Laimbrane: D. Rodman #2) coynejeremy: N. Archibald #3) *Woody: P. Maravich #4) Tas: C. Barkley #5) Walter: K. Malone #6) blueadams: S. Pippen #7) S.J.: D. Wilkins #8) BilLaimbeer: J. Kidd 6th Round: #1) BillLaimbeer: M. Malone #2) S.J.: J. Worthy #3) blueadams: A. Iverson #4) Walter: R. Miller #5) Tas: M. Eaton #6) Woody: D. DeBusschere #7) coynejeremy: T. McGrady #8) Laimbrane: B. Wallace Team Rosters: 1-Seed) Laimbrane: C: D. Howard, PF: D. Rodman, SF: K. Durant, SG: M. Jordan, PG: S. Nash, 6th: B. Wallace 8-Seed) BillLaimbeer: C: B. Pettit, PF: L. Bird, SF: E. Baylor, SG: O. Robertson, PG: J. Kidd,6th: M. Malone 4-Seed) Tas: C: D. Robinson, PF: C. Barkley, SF: L. James, SG: D. Wade, PG: C. Paul, 6th: M. Eaton 5-Seed) Walter: C: P. Ewing, PF: T. Duncan, SF: J. Erving, SG: R. Miller, PG: M. Johnson, 6th: K. Malone 2-Seed) coynejeremy: C: W. Chamberlain, PF: K. Abdul-Jabbar, SF R. Barry:, SG: T. McGrady, PG: J. Stockton, 6th: N. Archibald 7-Seed) S.J.: C: S. O'Neal, PF: K. Garnett, SF: D. Wilkins, SG: K. Bryant, PG: I. Thomas,6th: J. Worthy 3-Seed) Woody: C: B. Walton, PF: G. E. Hayes, SF: D. DeBusschere, SG: J. Havlicek, PG: B. Cousy, 6th: P. Maravich 6-Seed) blueadams: C: H. Olajuwon, PF: B. Russell, SF: S. Pippen, SG: G. Gervin, PG: J. West, 6th: A. Iverson blueadams' "Chad Ford-Big Board": Top 20 Big Men (C's, PF's): 11) D. Nowitzki. 14) K. McHale. 17) Buck Williams. 19) K. Love. 20) B. Griffin. Others of note: S. Kemp. G. Mikan Top 20 Wings (SF's, SG's): 11) C. Drexler. 14) A. Dantley. 18) D. DeBusschere. 20) G. Hill Others of note: T. McGrady. ??... Top 10 Point Guards: 7) G. Payton. 10) D. Rose. Others of note: E. Monroe, W. Frazier, J. Dumars
My money is on frita.
Be nice blue.
So, are we doing like a playoff thing? Or will it be like a league where everybody plays each other twice?
READ this Post!!! wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Walton
Pistol Pete still had it going on in '84
This is a great, inspirational movie for any basketball enthusiast. Must-see for any young kids active in the sport. The Pistol: The Birth of a Legend (1991) - IMDb Pete died in 1988 of a heart attack at the age of 40.
I think I watched this as a young kid. One of my first introductions to basketball. I was amazed at the guy's talent. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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