A LEGEND IS BORN III

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A LEGEND IS BORN III

Postby Sit on Sun Feb 07, 2010 10:06 pm

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I was going to start a story about the Lakers or the Suns. However, after the conclusion of my last story and trying to brainstorm some really good ideas that would keep me motivated; I came up with nothing. I realized that the Stealth are the team I wanted to come back to. :)

I felt that I didn't finish telling my last story. With the necessary adjustments to pique my interest again, I am back with the third installment of A Legend Is Born. I realized that I never finished telling the story that I set out to tell. I owe it to you, the fans, as well as myself to create a proper ending.

I hope that this ride is going to be as successful as my last one!


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Team: Seattle Stealth
Game: NBA 2K9 (Xbox 360)
Season: 82 Games
Sim Length: 12 Minutes
Playoffs: 7-7-7-7

Contents

Prologue
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Chapter 21
Chapter 22
Chapter 23
Chapter 24
Chapter 25
Chapter 26
Chapter 27
Chapter 28
Chapter 29
Chapter 30
Chapter 31
Chapter 32
Chapter 33

Disclaimer: None of the events or characters in this Association Story are real-life portrayals of relate-able events or individuals or organizations. This story is fictitious with no real life basis. If any similarities do occur, it is of mere coincidence. I will also not be held liable for any defamation, libel, or whatever equivalent offense that I may be alleged to have committed.
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby Sit on Sun Feb 07, 2010 10:06 pm

Prologue

“And here we are ladies and gentlemen,” Marv Albert announced, “The start of a brand new NBA season!”
Reggie Miller asked him, “How does it feel Marv to still be in the box?”
“I’m getting too old for this,” he laughed.
Miller laughed as well, “We have a great game on tonight. The first game of our opening night triple header here on TNT.”
“Oh yes we do Reggie,” Marv said on cue, “Seattle against the defending champion Atlanta Hawks. A lot of questions surrounding the Stealth for the season. Will Kevin Durant and Reshawn Tyson lead this team to the NBA Finals? Will Jason Kidd retire with a ring?”
Miller enthusiastically jumped into the analysis, “Durant has proven to be one of the best players the League has seen in a long time. Tyson really picked up the slack last season. Both of these guys are keys to the Stealth making it to the Conference Finals a few months ago. It was fairly disappointing to see them drop out last season but the Sacramento Kings were definitely a stronger side.”
“Although the Kings did lose a heartbreaking seven game series to the Hawks in the Final,” Albert noted.
The other color analyst, Mike Fratello, chimed in, “Marv, Reg; it’s all about the team chemistry. We’ve heard the rumors about the feud between Durant and Tyson and if they are true, I would expect those two players to set aside their differences and put the team first. If they can keep a balance there, this team is good enough to contest in the NBA Finals.”
“Are they one of your favorites this season?” Reggie asked Fratello.
“I would call them a dark horse at this stage,” Fratello said, “They will need home court advantage to have any realistic chance. That is really important come playoff time because of how close the Western Conference is.”
“Who do you rate as the contenders this season then?” Albert asked.
Reggie decided to pick Eastern Conference teams, “I’ve got to say that Atlanta look strong enough to repeat again as long as Manu Ginobili stays healthy. Josh Smith was terrific last season and the team gets a lot of production from Al Horford and Tayshaun Prince. The Miami Heat have been consistently good for the last few years. Resigning Michael Beasley has been a huge move towards taking that final step towards the trophy. The Cavs were upset last season but LeBron James is in his prime. If he wasn't hurt last postseason, they could have won it all.”
Fratello liked the Western Conference and picked a winner from there, “I think Sacramento has the talent and the motivation to make it back to the NBA Finals. They are a better side than the Portland Trailblazers. I’ve got my money on the Kings.”
“Let’s go through our starting lineups for both teams,” Marv Albert interrupted his two colleagues’ debate on contenders for the NBA title, “The Hawks will have Horford, Prince, Smith, Douglas-Roberts, and Marcus Banks on the floor. They are your defending NBA champions.”
Albert paused before continuing, “So the Stealth have Kidd, Durant, Tyson, David Lee, and Bogut. These guys have been playing together for so long and have been improving each season as well. Tonight’s game will be a good one as will the rest of this season!”

“And the teams will be coming out soon to have their lineups introduced but let’s go down to Craig Sager courtside,” Albert exclaimed, “Craig, you’re looking like you’re wrapped in newspaper!”
Miller and Fratello both laughed loudly as Sager came on-screen in a grey suit, slacks, and shirt.
“I dressed to match the Seattle Stealth’s uniforms,” Craig proclaimed.
Miller poked fun at him, “Looks more like you came out of a black and white television Craig. How old are your clothes?”
Sager ignored the ribbing and continued, “Speaking of the Stealth jerseys, I just spoke with the General Manager for Seattle and he said that the team is not looking to change their jerseys so it looks like the team is stuck with them for another year.”
Marv asked Sager, “Craig, we’ve heard word that Seattle is working hard to develop their replacement for Jason Kidd. What’s the latest with that?”
Sager paused for a moment as he struggled to hear the question, “Can you repeat that Marv? It’s very noisy down here.”
Marv repeated the question and Sager nodded, “Well, as we all know, the Stealth had been working very hard to pursue a new point guard to replace Jason Kidd once Kidd decides to retire. Kidd is still a great player but we all know that he’s on his last legs. He really needs a dependable backup. Aaron Karl and Sebastian Telfair just don’t fit the bill for separate and various reasons. That's why they were so lucky to have Chinese-American Wu Jao fall into their laps. That pick was a result of the Jeff Green trade that brang in Rasheed Wallace two years ago. It paid off in more ways than one.”
Sager continued, “I think the organization isn't really kicking themselves for letting slip that Draft night deal last year where they could have traded two first round picks to New York for the first overall draft pick. Everyone knows that the team was very interested in Ricky Rubio from Spain but they backed out of the deal due to some front office reshuffling. They missed their chance and Rubio sure did play well in his rookie year. He’s the kind of kid that the Stealth could have really. However, Jao is an exciting offensive guard and it will be interesting to see how he affects the team's dynamics...”
Marv interjected, “I will need to cut you off now Craig. That was Craig Sager folks and now the teams’ starting lineups are going to be announced.”

The stadium’s public announcer walked through the Hawks' starting lineup introductions methodically and in a monotonous voice. The difference in energy of his voice was like day and night as he shifted the attention the home side.
“Ladies and gentlemen, on your feet,” the public announcer called out, “And welcome your Seattle Stealth!”
The fans got out of their seats and started cheering loudly. Kevin Durant led his team out of the tunnel, closely followed by Jason Kidd. The Stealth gathered near the edge of the court in a small huddle and the fans roared even louder. The bench and reserve players joined the ends of the two parallel lines formed by the cheer leaders.
“Starting at centre, 7 foot, from Utah… Andrew Bogut!”
Bogut raised his hands in the air, waved and ran down between the two lines. He high fived everyone on the way then stopped near midcourt. He was still bouncing on his feet; the atmosphere was electric.
“Starting at forward, 6-9, from Florida… David Lee!”
Lee didn’t get quite the reception that Bogut got, the crowd did become louder for Jason Kidd, “Starting at guard, 6-4, from California, perennial NBA All-Star… Jason Kidd!”
“Starting at the other guard, 6-6, from North Carolina… Reshawn Tyson!”
Ty jumped out and sprinted down to join the other three starters. He high fived Lee and Bogut, then rubbed Kidd’s bald head for good luck. The crowd then became to get louder and louder, drowning out the announcer. The noise wasn’t for Ty. It was for Durant.
“Starting at the other forward, 6-9, from Texas… you all love him, this is my team baby, KEVIN DURANT!”
Durant made his way ever so slowly, as if he were walking in slow motion. The TNT film crew was right beside him and he flexed his biceps into the camera lens then pointed into it. He pointed to himself and mouthed My team baby and kept nodding his head. The footage was also shot up onto the jumbotron. The fans went berserk after Durant did his trademark move. The crowd began to chant, ‘K’s team, K’s team, K’s team.’ Durant finally joined his fellow starters and the bench broke out of their two straight lines to join their leaders in a small huddle at halfway.
“On three, one, two three,” Durant yelled.
The others, in sync, bellowed, “Our team, our house!”
“We own this shit right here!” Durant screamed and threw his arms around for dramatic effect.
The players all clapped as the lights came back on. The bench guys returned to the bench as the starters stayed on court. Ty was rubbing his hands together as if it were cold and blew air into them. He looked over at the bench and pointed at his head coach then winked. Will Sit was yelling instructions as the game was about to get underway. Durant had jumped onto the scorer’s table and waved his arms in the air. Ty shook his head and laughed.
“Get down off of there!” assistant coach George Karl yelled at Durant.
Durant jumped backwards off of the table and nearly fell on his ass as he landed on the court. He turned around as the crowd applauded. Durant jogged over past Ty. Ty gave Durant a fist bump then the two shared a handshake.
“Game time baby,” Ty said.
Durant gave just a slight nod and ran over to match up on Smith. Ty was standing next to Prince.
“You ready?” Ty asked.
“Ready for what?” Prince looked at him funny.
“Ready for one hell of a season,” Ty smiled.
“Stop talking trash,” Prince dismissed Ty.
Bogut and Horford were waiting for the opening toss. The ref wiped the ball with a cloth at the scorer’s table. The crowd was still standing as the ref made his way to half court. He bent down a little and looked at both centers.
“Don’t knock each other out. I’m not taking any dirty shit tonight,” the ref warned the two big men.
He then threw the ball up for the opening tip.
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby Oskar on Sun Feb 07, 2010 10:58 pm

Holy heck, Ty's rocking it up. Hooray btw, this is going far as ever. Greatest story of all time here, no doubt.
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby |)e8* on Sun Feb 07, 2010 11:04 pm

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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby cavs4872 on Mon Feb 08, 2010 2:18 am

I haven't checked into this site for quite a while now, but I'll have to start to now. I've always wanted to follow your past stories, but I just didn't have the time for it. I started following A Legend Is Born II towards the end, so I'll definitely be looking forward to this one. About the story though, you did great job capturing the TNT crew. I liked the bit about Craig Sager being wrapped in a newspaper. :lol: Very nice start.
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby #thierry on Mon Feb 08, 2010 3:17 am

Great news to have you back Sit! Great chapter for Ty.

So, can I take that 3-player reunion in Philly for a next story of mine? I loved that idea.
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby Valor on Mon Feb 08, 2010 3:27 am

wonderful start into the next segment of A Legend Is Born (Y)

a few questions though...

Sit wrote:Will Sit was yelling instructions as the game was about to get underway

I thought Sit was fired?

Sit wrote:assistant coach George Karl

Whose the replacement? (Let me guess, Will Sit?)

Sit wrote:Ty gave Durant a fist bump then the two shared a handshake.

WTF IS HAPPENING!!! :lol:
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby Martti. on Mon Feb 08, 2010 3:42 am

Hell yeah, the Stealth's alive!
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby hova- on Mon Feb 08, 2010 5:44 am

Good to see this one going even further. Have you simmed a season more? With the Hawks and Kings in the finals, kinda surprised me. A very good first chapter, you just brought up so many changes and developments. Loving it, bro. (Y)
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby Lamrock on Mon Feb 08, 2010 6:04 am

Now this is what we all wanted to see. Shame we missed out on Mose Chara making the finals, Sit becoming coach and Ty and Durant learning to tolerate eachother, but nevertheless, I love it. (Y)
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby StupidBoy on Mon Feb 08, 2010 6:13 am

Awesome to see you'll be continuing with the Stealth. (Y) I presume you simmed a season after your last one, as the prolouge holds many unexplained story points (like Will Sit back, asst. coach Karl, Hawks - Kings finals...). I hope you do a whole season review :D
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby megarover on Mon Feb 08, 2010 6:18 am

It's back!
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby The X on Mon Feb 08, 2010 9:25 am

Nice to see a flash forward. As Lamrock said, shame to have missed Moses Chara become the best player in the NBA :(

Interesting that my backup J.R. Smith decided to bolt town to Heat. Punk :P
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby Mark. on Mon Feb 08, 2010 9:45 am

Boom!
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby dare on Mon Feb 08, 2010 10:52 am

Oh damn ALIB is back, hope it's better than the last one. Where the hell is Sit?
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Re: I'm Back With Another Story!

Postby Sit on Mon Feb 08, 2010 2:42 pm

Oskar wrote:Holy heck, Ty's rocking it up. Hooray btw, this is going far as ever. Greatest story of all time here, no doubt.


Thanks man. Keep reading as NLSC player information/news will be up in a few days.

De8 wrote:I love you Sit


Thanks De8. :lol:

XxHyperDunk24 wrote:I haven't checked into this site for quite a while now, but I'll have to start to now. I've always wanted to follow your past stories, but I just didn't have the time for it. I started following A Legend Is Born II towards the end, so I'll definitely be looking forward to this one. About the story though, you did great job capturing the TNT crew. I liked the bit about Craig Sager being wrapped in a newspaper. :lol: Very nice start.


I hope that I can get you hooked with ALIB III. (Y) And thanks re: TNT crew/Craig Sager - I hope I do the real life team justice! :)

Thierry. wrote:Great news to have you back Sit! Great chapter for Ty.

So, can I take that 3-player reunion in Philly for a next story of mine? I loved that idea.
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Ummm... if it means you're gonna stop your Celtics, I forbid you to do so.

Valor wrote:wonderful start into the next segment of A Legend Is Born (Y)


Thanks. And you pretty much answered your own question. :)

Martti. wrote:Hell yeah, the Stealth's alive!


So are you and the Grizzlies. :P

hova- wrote:Good to see this one going even further. Have you simmed a season more? With the Hawks and Kings in the finals, kinda surprised me. A very good first chapter, you just brought up so many changes and developments. Loving it, bro. (Y)


Simmed one season. The reason why took so long to start this story back up is I have to recap all of the 2011-12 season. We're going into 2012-13 now.

Seeing Kings go so far was surprising but they were strong last season. Hawks were another surprise packet too. But Kings were number 2 seed and Hawks were number 3. I think it will be interesting for everyone to see how the league shaped up after the conclusion of ALIB II. I hope that the prologue was great... I felt like it's one of the best that I've written! Starting the story in dramatic effect I hope!

Lamrock wrote:Now this is what we all wanted to see. Shame we missed out on Mose Chara making the finals, Sit becoming coach and Ty and Durant learning to tolerate eachother, but nevertheless, I love it. (Y)


You haven't missed it because it's coming soon! :P

StupidBoy wrote:Awesome to see you'll be continuing with the Stealth. (Y) I presume you simmed a season after your last one, as the prolouge holds many unexplained story points (like Will Sit back, asst. coach Karl, Hawks - Kings finals...). I hope you do a whole season review :D


Your boy Klemen Pirc will need some development so I hope you are around to give his ratings a boost. :P On top of my head, I think he averaged about 15 ppg and 8 apg last season. Steadily improving!

megarover wrote:It's back!


Yessir! And you're in an upcoming Draft too!

The X wrote:Nice to see a flash forward. As Lamrock said, shame to have missed Moses Chara become the best player in the NBA :(

Interesting that my backup J.R. Smith decided to bolt town to Heat. Punk :P


Chara had a down year. His scoring dropped... but his team enjoyed great success! LeBron dominated last season.

Mark. wrote:Boom!


Tho!

dare wrote:Oh damn ALIB is back, hope it's better than the last one. Where the hell is Sit?


Read the chapter and you will see! :P
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - Prologue

Postby J@3 on Mon Feb 08, 2010 4:12 pm

Glad I get to follow this from the start, the 7 billion entries in the last one killed me. Good luck (Y)
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - Prologue

Postby Sit on Mon Feb 08, 2010 7:11 pm

Jae wrote:Glad I get to follow this from the start, the 7 billion entries in the last one killed me. Good luck (Y)


I hope you enjoy this read! :)

Out of curiosity, how much of the last one did you actually get to read?
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - Prologue

Postby |)e8* on Mon Feb 08, 2010 8:39 pm

It is a crime to not post the second update :p
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - Prologue

Postby Sit on Mon Feb 08, 2010 8:41 pm

De8 wrote:It is a crime to not post the second update :p


It's coming soon man. The only reason it's taking so long is because I was gonna put pics too... but if everyone doesn't want pictures, I can def put up the second update. :P
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - Prologue

Postby dare on Mon Feb 08, 2010 8:52 pm

No pictures man, just update it already :P
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - Prologue

Postby Sit on Mon Feb 08, 2010 8:57 pm

dare wrote:No pictures man, just update it already :P


I think I will go with pictures. :)
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - Prologue

Postby J@3 on Mon Feb 08, 2010 10:05 pm

Fresh wrote:
Jae wrote:Glad I get to follow this from the start, the 7 billion entries in the last one killed me. Good luck (Y)


I hope you enjoy this read! :)

Out of curiosity, how much of the last one did you actually get to read?


I read Chapters 1-4 then you ended it so I just read the last 6 :lol: you need to do one of those youtube "the story so far.." things that go for like a minute.
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - Prologue

Postby Sit on Mon Feb 08, 2010 10:16 pm

Jae wrote:
Fresh wrote:
Jae wrote:Glad I get to follow this from the start, the 7 billion entries in the last one killed me. Good luck (Y)


I hope you enjoy this read! :)

Out of curiosity, how much of the last one did you actually get to read?


I read Chapters 1-4 then you ended it so I just read the last 6 :lol: you need to do one of those youtube "the story so far.." things that go for like a minute.


Yeah, I think the chapters are the only background reading you would need if you could ever be bothered (My best work came in the middle of the thread imo).

But am trying to make ALIB III not requiring to go back and look at what happened then to lead to now. :)
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - Prologue

Postby King Mellow on Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:55 pm

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Re: A Legend Is Born III - Prologue

Postby Sit on Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:19 am

ChrisO0 wrote:Great to see you back! :bowdown:


Your virtual player will finally make his long awaited appearance. :P

Note to everyone about that: Was thinknig of putting all the rest of the NLSCers in the next Draft.

Dee24 wrote:welcome back..


Thanks Dee.
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - Prologue

Postby #thierry on Tue Feb 09, 2010 1:00 pm

Fresh wrote:Was thinknig of putting all the rest of the NLSCers in the next Draft.


That would be great. :wink:
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - Prologue

Postby Sit on Tue Feb 09, 2010 1:10 pm

Thierry. wrote:
Fresh wrote:Was thinknig of putting all the rest of the NLSCers in the next Draft.


That would be great. :wink:


Just that there are so many of you... like 12-14... so hard to decide how good you will all be...
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Re: A Legend Is Born III

Postby Lamrock on Tue Feb 09, 2010 1:12 pm

Liam Washburn: overall 99
Others: overall 65-70 ;)
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Re: A Legend Is Born III

Postby #thierry on Tue Feb 09, 2010 1:12 pm

Put all NLSCers over 80. :)
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Re: A Legend Is Born III

Postby dare on Tue Feb 09, 2010 1:40 pm

Thierry. wrote:Put all NLSCers over 80. :)


Just like on my dynasty :P
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Re: A Legend Is Born III

Postby Sit on Tue Feb 09, 2010 1:44 pm

Lamrock wrote:Liam Washburn: overall 99
Others: overall 65-70 ;)


umm, let me think about that one...

Thierry. wrote:Put all NLSCers over 80. :)


dare wrote:
Thierry. wrote:Put all NLSCers over 80. :)


Just like on my dynasty :P


But I don't want all of you to dominate. :P

And Lamrock... no.
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Re: A Legend Is Born III

Postby Sit on Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:34 pm

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2011-12 Recap Part 1 - Draft & Free Agency


Retiring Players

Ben Wallace
Kurt Thomas
Derek Fisher

Retiring Coaches

Gregg Popovich
Don Nelson

Knicks Make Travis Ward Surprise First Selection

7’1” Louisana Tech C Travis Ward was a surprise first overall pick by the New York Knicks. It was anticipated that the Knicks would select either SG Larry Williams or PG Ricky Rubio but a last minute change of heart saw the team go for Ward; widely regarded as a long term project. One possible explanation for Ward’s surprise selection is the team’s pursuance of re-signing veteran SG Vince Carter and the Knicks’ reluctance to bring in a young player who would challenge the aging Carter for minutes.

The Indiana Pacers were spoilt for choice as they got to choose between Rubio and Williams; a predicament no one expected. The Pacers went for the 6’4” Spaniard who had led Regal FC Barcelona to one of the best European seasons in history. The Toronto Raptors gladly snapped up 6’4” Larry Williams of Texas Tech. The 24 year old had led his college team to the NCAA Finals and is regarded as the most NBA ready player of the 2011 Draft.

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Stealth Make Draft Night Deal

The Seattle Stealth made a strange move on Draft night as they rejected an offer from the New York Knicks to trade for the first overall pick. Instead, the Stealth made a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers by trading their 7th and 22nd picks for PG Aaron Karl and F Mingyu Li. It is reported that the Stealth were not willing to part with PF David Lee and that was the reason for turning down an opportunity to draft Ricky Rubio, who many saw as a suitable replacement for Jason Kidd.

Karl was the 11th pick in the 2010 NBA Draft. The 6’4” PG from Rhode Island averaged 8.3 ppg and 4.0 apg from off the bench. He has a reputation for working hard and being a positive presence in the locker room. Karl is expected to give the Stealth a solid backup for Kidd thanks to his size. 7’1” Chinese forward Li was the 19th pick of the 2010 Draft and has been lauded as one of the best shooters in the NBA. Playing most of his rookie season at the SF position, the sharpshooter averaged 7.4 ppg on .471 shooting from behind the arc.

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Kevin Durant Signs Three Year Deal

The Seattle Stealth agreed to a three year deal with two-time scoring champion Kevin Durant. Durant is coming off a strong postseason performance for Seattle, averaging 32.8 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 3.8 apg, 1.9 spg and 1.4 bpg. Durant had always intended to sign a new deal with the team that drafted him second overall in 2007. Stealth Head Coach Will Sit commented, “It’s great to have Kevin back on board with the team. I do hope that he becomes a fixture in our Seattle side for many years to come.”

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Kenyon Martin Signs On For Mid-Level Exception

Former first overall draft pick Kenyon Martin agreed to sign with the Seattle Stealth for the mid-level exception. Martin’s career has been underwhelming despite a strong start in which he was part of a New Jersey Nets team that made the NBA Finals in 2002 and 2003. Injuries have taken its toll on the bruising forward who turns 35 next season.

The 6’9”, 240 lbs PF averaged 7.3 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 1.4 bpg last season for the Denver Nuggets and holds career averages of 12.2 ppg, 6.4 rpg and 1.3 bpg. He said that he was excited to be reunited with PG Jason Kidd, his running mate in New Jersey.

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Michael Redd In Sign and Trade

The Milwaukee Bucks avoided losing SG Michael Redd without getting anything in return by signing and trading the veteran shooter to the Sacramento Kings. Redd will join SG Kevin Martin and F Moses Chara in Sacramento, where he hopes to be able to open up the floor for his new team mates. “I’m excited to play with Moses and Kevin,” Redd told press, “I can’t wait to come out and knock a few buckets down and help them out. I think we have the talent to make a good run in the playoffs.”

Moses Chara was excited about Redd’s addition, “I think we have the depth to really make a run at making the playoffs. I haven’t gotten there yet so it’s great that I will have a chance this season.” The Kings sent the Bucks recently-acquired F Al Thornton, PG Beno Udrih, and C Marcus Camby.

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Carmelo Anthony Selects The Nets

After another disappointing season with the Denver Nuggets, SF Carmelo Anthony decided that it was time to jump ship. Despite claiming that he would not bolt from Denver, Anthony wanted both a change as well as to move closer to home. The 6’8” SF chose the Nets for both reasons. “I think New Jersey has a great young roster and I come from Brooklyn,” Melo explained, “I can't wait to play in front of family and friends who can make the trip to see me play."

Melo joins a young but talented roster led by PG Barney Steele, SG Jeremy Mason, PF Yi Jianlian and C DJ Schmidt. SF Travis Outlaw will shift to the bench in order for Anthony to start. Many believe that Anthony is the final piece of the Nets’ puzzle and are expecting the team to be competitive next season.

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Nowitzki, Parker, Billups Stay With Their Teams

There’s nowhere better than home according to Dirk Nowitzki, Tony Parker and Chauncey Billups. Nowitzki signed a 4 year deal to stay with the Dallas Mavericks while Parker and Billups also agreed to contracts keeping them in San Antonio and Denver.

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Other Notable Free Agent Signings

Bucks sign PG Michael Conley Jr
Celtics sign SF Grant Hill
Clippers sign SF R Jefferson
Grizzlies sign SF Caron Butler
Heat sign SG JR Smith
Nuggets sign PF Zach Randolph
Nuggets sign PG Mario Chalmers
Pacers sign C Marc Gasol
Raptors sign SF A Kirilenko
Sixers sign SG Vince Carter
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - 2011 Draft, Free Agency

Postby |)e8* on Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:42 pm

Wow many stars changed homes.When can we expect the draft?
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Postby dare on Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:42 pm

No NLSC draftees?
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Postby Mark. on Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:42 pm

Sweet coverage dude, dissapointed Charlotte made no moves. OH well. K-Mart was a good addition though (Y)
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - 2011 Draft, Free Agency

Postby Sit on Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:44 pm

De8 wrote:Wow many stars changed homes.When can we expect the draft?


Be patient. The prologue is set in 2012.... this is still 2011.

dare wrote:No NLSC draftees?


Not yet.

Mark. wrote:Sweet coverage dude, dissapointed Charlotte made no moves. OH well. K-Mart was a good addition though (Y)


Thanks man. (Y)

Yeah, the Bobcats didn't make any big moves unfortunately. But from memory, they do make a move during the regular season!

Signed K-Mart to add some toughness to my side. (Y)
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - 2011 Draft, Free Agency

Postby |)e8* on Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:46 pm

lol I'm talkin bout 2011 one
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - 2011 Draft, Free Agency

Postby Sit on Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:49 pm

De8 wrote:lol I'm talkin bout 2011 one


Fresh wrote:Knicks Make Travis Ward Surprise First Selection

7’1” Louisana Tech C Travis Ward was a surprise first overall pick by the New York Knicks. It was anticipated that the Knicks would select either SG Larry Williams or PG Ricky Rubio but a last minute change of heart saw the team go for Ward; widely regarded as a long term project. One possible explanation for Ward’s surprise selection is the team’s pursuance of re-signing veteran SG Vince Carter and the Knicks’ reluctance to bring in a young player who would challenge the aging Carter for minutes.

The Indiana Pacers were spoilt for choice as they got to choose between Rubio and Williams; a predicament no one expected. The Pacers went for the 6’4” Spaniard who had led Regal FC Barcelona to one of the best European seasons in history. The Toronto Raptors gladly snapped up 6’4” Larry Williams of Texas Tech. The 24 year old had led his college team to the NCAA Finals and is regarded as the most NBA ready player of the 2011 Draft.

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Stealth Make Draft Night Deal

The Seattle Stealth made a strange move on Draft night as they rejected an offer from the New York Knicks to trade for the first overall pick. Instead, the Stealth made a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers by trading their 7th and 22nd picks for PG Aaron Karl and F Mingyu Li. It is reported that the Stealth were not willing to part with PF David Lee and that was the reason for turning down an opportunity to draft Ricky Rubio, who many saw as a suitable replacement for Jason Kidd.

Karl was the 11th pick in the 2010 NBA Draft. The 6’4” PG from Rhode Island averaged 8.3 ppg and 4.0 apg from off the bench. He has a reputation for working hard and being a positive presence in the locker room. Although Karl needs much work on his shooting, he is expected to give the Stealth a solid backup for Kidd thanks to his size. 7’1” Chinese forward Li was the 19th pick of the 2010 Draft and has been lauded as one of the best shooters in the NBA. Playing most of his rookie season at the SF position, the sharpshooter averaged 7.4 ppg on .471 shooting from behind the arc.

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Re: A Legend Is Born III - 2011 Draft, Free Agency

Postby The X on Tue Feb 09, 2010 10:27 pm

Bloody hell, Melo, Kenyon Martin & Earl Smith gave up on our team. We might have stumbled a couple of times in the playoffs, but we were so close to competing for the title. It's going to be a tough season for my Nuggets (N) Hopefully I stepped up & we still made the playoffs, although it does seem very unlikely.

Btw, what the heck are you doing drafting a backup PG with a lottery pick. Not only is he a backup, but he's a backup in the Atlantic 10 :lol:
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - 2011 Draft, Free Agency

Postby hova- on Tue Feb 09, 2010 11:01 pm

Wow, a veteran signing in K-Mart. I hope you do not lack of youth out there. But that for you got Karl I guess. Is he the nephew of your ex-coach? Dirk signing for another 4 years is fun, I mean he is like 35 already in your D. It's good to see you continuing that one. Right decision!
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Postby Sit on Tue Feb 09, 2010 11:30 pm

The X wrote:Bloody hell, Melo, Kenyon Martin & Earl Smith gave up on our team. We might have stumbled a couple of times in the playoffs, but we were so close to competing for the title. It's going to be a tough season for my Nuggets (N) Hopefully I stepped up & we still made the playoffs, although it does seem very unlikely.


You got Billups, Chalmers, and Randolph now.

The X wrote:Btw, what the heck are you doing drafting a backup PG with a lottery pick. Not only is he a backup, but he's a backup in the Atlantic 10 :lol:


The 2011 Draft pool was piss weak. No good players out there. Karl is rated 85 (strong 2010 Draft class) while Li is rated 79 (same draft class). The player that Philly ended up drafting with 7 was rated 79. So guess who wins? :P

hova- wrote:Wow, a veteran signing in K-Mart. I hope you do not lack of youth out there. But that for you got Karl I guess. Is he the nephew of your ex-coach? Dirk signing for another 4 years is fun, I mean he is like 35 already in your D. It's good to see you continuing that one. Right decision!


K-Mart was just a signing for sake of it. No CAP space in Seattle. :(

And George Karl is my assistant. :P Maybe he asked me to trade for Karl. Aaron Karl is actually redhead white dude. :lol:
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - 2011 Draft, Free Agency

Postby Martti. on Wed Feb 10, 2010 12:21 am

Damn, the Nuggets lost Melo, Kenyon and J.R for Z-Bo and Chalmers. Great that you got got Kenyon. He can be a monster when healthy. (Especially in video games)
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - 2011 Draft, Free Agency

Postby Sit on Wed Feb 10, 2010 12:26 am

Martti. wrote:Damn, the Nuggets lost Melo, Kenyon and J.R for Z-Bo and Chalmers. Great that you got got Kenyon. He can be a monster when healthy. (Especially in video games)


Chalmers is a very good PG in this virtual NBA... helping Wade lead Heat to the FInals! Also, Z-Bo helped to lead Detroit to the ECF... so he ain't that bad either. :P

I enjoy controlling K-Mart. He's great even if he is rated just 71. :lol:
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Postby Lamrock on Wed Feb 10, 2010 3:42 am

Cool offseason moves. Congrats on getting an 85 rated backup PG. :shock:
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Postby #thierry on Wed Feb 10, 2010 4:13 am

Loving the Kenyon signing. (Y)
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - 2011 Draft, Free Agency

Postby StupidBoy on Wed Feb 10, 2010 5:44 am

I love that you signed Martin, he's one hell of a video game player (Y) Also, that draft deal seems kinda lopsided in your advantage :P

Btw, can you share the Wizards roster with me? We should have signed someone through the free-agency...
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - 2011 Draft, Free Agency

Postby Sit on Wed Feb 10, 2010 9:17 am

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ChrisO0 wrote:Great to see you back! :bowdown:


Your virtual player will finally make his long awaited appearance. :P


Great news! :D

Nice off-season moves, K-Mart is a monster in NBA 2k!


Thanks Chris! (Y)

Lamrock wrote:Cool offseason moves. Congrats on getting an 85 rated backup PG. :shock:


But don't forget that 2K9 rating system is different to 2K10... a few of my players on my bench are rated between 80-85 (including Sheed, Karl, Bell)

Thierry. wrote:Loving the Kenyon signing. (Y)


He should be a great backup forward!

StupidBoy wrote:I love that you signed Martin, he's one hell of a video game player (Y) Also, that draft deal seems kinda lopsided in your advantage :P

Btw, can you share the Wizards roster with me? We should have signed someone through the free-agency...


Yeah, got in early on the draft deal... before Draft it seemed pretty lopsided but after it, I was proven right about the weakness of the Draft pool. (Y)

And Wizards... they didn't pick up anyone worth mentioning unfortunately. Can't remember who they got to replace Butler.
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Re: A Legend Is Born III - 2011 Draft, Free Agency

Postby Valor on Wed Feb 10, 2010 8:51 pm

I dont like Martin or your acquisitions but if they are good for you then it's all good (Y)
Melo going to the Nets...interesting, maybe i should make that happen in mine :lol:
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