Fight to the Finish! Season 2 | SHOOTING DUEL VS KINGS

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Fight to the Finish! Season 2 | SHOOTING DUEL VS KINGS

Postby Eirsej on Fri Dec 07, 2012 2:38 pm

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Welcome to my Warriors Association!

Game: NBA 2K13
Platform: PC
Difficulty: Pro (Subject to change)
Played Quarter Length: 12 minutes
Sim Quarter Length: 12 minutes
Season Length: 14 games (90% played)
Playoff Length: 1-1-1-3
Rosters: Albys RRv1
Sliders: Albys' Sliders
CPU Trades: On
Trade Override: Off
Draft Prospects: pierralban's and dare's fictional draft classes


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YEAR BY YEAR FINISH

YearRegular Season RecordFinish
2012-201310-4Western Conference Finals - Lost to OKC 114-108
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Re: Fight to the Finish!

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Re: Fight to the Finish!

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Warriors blow out Suns in opener
Box Score(PHX:GS)
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The Warriors came out and ready for the new season. The Suns however, did not. The game ended almost as soon as it started. The Warriors started the game blazing hot, shooting 83% for the first quarter. They were led by Steph Curry, who scored 8 points in that quarter.

There is not much to say about this game. The Warriors did not look back. They countered every run the Suns tried to make. As early as the second quarter, the lead ballooned to 20 points. And that is with the starters sitting on the bench. The Suns appeared to not have prepared for this game. They looked slow and they shot horribly shooting only 34% for the whole game.

Goran Dragic was the only bright spot for the Suns as he almost recorded a double double, scoring 17 points and dishing out 9 assists. But he turned the ball over 7 times. Newly acquired Beasley scored 13 points on 4-14 shooting and Brown scored 11 on 5 of 18 attempts. Steph Curry led the Warriors with 17 points. He also had 9 assists and 3 steals. Brandon Rush came off the bench scoring 16 points. Harrison Barnes was the third leading scorer for the Warriors with 13. Five Warriors scored double digits and Two more scored 9.


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Postby mrmoves20 on Sat Dec 08, 2012 4:42 am

I love your presentation. And nice win by the way blowing out the Suns like that. And in the Warriors' first game! Looking forward to this story and if you might add the final score to your recap it would be even better. Just sayin'. Anyway, nice win! (Y)
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Postby Eirsej on Sat Dec 08, 2012 1:11 pm

mrmoves20 wrote:I love your presentation. And nice win by the way blowing out the Suns like that. And in the Warriors' first game! Looking forward to this story and if you might add the final score to your recap it would be even better. Just sayin'. Anyway, nice win! (Y)



Thanks! I totally forgot about that. I'll make sure to include it in my next recap. Thank you for dropping by! :D
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New Orleans sign Oden to 1yr/$4.61M deal

The New Orleans Hornets signed big man Greg Oden from free agency in the opening night of the season. Greg Oden was waived by Portland on March 15, 2012. Since then, he was focusing on rehabbing his knees.

Initially, Oden planned on skipping this season to concentrate further on his knee recovery but he was miracurously cleared to play by his doctors.

"I was shocked too at first when I found out that I can play this season but when I went to the gym and played a little, it certainly felt better than before" said Oden. He also confidently said that he can play a full season this year.

Oden still does not know whether he will start for the Hornets or come off the bench. But Hornets management are sure that he and 1st overall pick Anthony Davis can be a deadly combo in the front court
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Fight to the Finish! | Oden signs! | Preview vs POR

Postby Eirsej on Sat Dec 08, 2012 1:52 pm

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Postby mrmoves20 on Sun Dec 09, 2012 3:43 am

I wonder why the Hornets signed Oden. I guess they wanted to play Davis at the 4.
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Postby Eirsej on Sun Dec 09, 2012 5:46 am

mrmoves20 wrote:I wonder why the Hornets signed Oden. I guess they wanted to play Davis at the 4.



I think they just signed the highest rated free agent to bolster their roster.
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Postby Eirsej on Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:49 pm

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Curry lifts Warriors past Trail Blazers, 109-100
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Steph Curry played one of his best games in his career. He scored 29 points, dished out 14 assists and grabbed 8 rebounds in a win against the Portland Trail Blazers.

It was a back and forth throughout the whole game. Neither team gave in. One team makes a run, the other team makes a run of their own. The game was so tight, there were 12 lead changes in the game. Neither team led by more than 9 points.

The turning point of the game was the 3-pointer of Harrison Barnes with 3:23 left in the game. Steph Curry drove to the lane from the wing then saw Barnes at the top of the key. He passed it Barnes and he made the 3. Barnes made 3 3-pointers prior to that shot. He finished the game with 19 points. David Lee scored 20 points and grabbed 7 rebounds while Bogut recorded a double double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.

The Trail Blazers forced 16 turnovers as opposed to the 8 of the Warriors but struggled on the floor, making only 37% of their field goal attempts.

Nicolas Batum scored 28 points for Portland on 50% shooting. Lilliard continued to struggle on the floor as he only made 4 out of 18 shots (He shot 3-13 in their last game). Aldridge was nowhere to be found in this game as he only scored 7 points.

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Re: Fight to the Finish! | Preview vs Spurs!

Postby mrmoves20 on Mon Dec 10, 2012 1:02 am

The Spurs traded away Green?! Why did they, he's like a better player than Morrow.
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Postby Eirsej on Mon Dec 10, 2012 5:23 pm

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Curry's game winner gives Spurs their third straight loss.
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They say it is not how you shoot, it is when you shoot. Steph Curry struggled with his shot the whole game. He only scored 8 points on 3-11 shooting. He also was 0-5 beyond the arc. But those didn't matter when Steph Curry hit a game winning layup with 2.2 seconds on the game clock.

The Warriors were in control for the most part of the game. Both teams were back and forth in the first half of the first quarter. Harrison Barnes sparked a run for the Warriors and they led by 8 at the end of the first.

The bench continued the play with Carl Landry as the main man. He scored 10 of his 15 points in the 2nd quarter alone. The warriors lead ballooned to as much as 15 points. The half ended with the score 62-52

The Spurs came back in the third using their tight defense. The Warriors started the quarter 0 for 7 and that sparked a 6-0 run by the Spurs. The Spurs continued to hang on but failed to get the lead in the third.

In the 4th, both teams exchanged baskets throughout. The Spurs would score but they could not get the necessary stops that they needed. Parker would score 15 of his 25 points in the fourth as they slowly cut the lead of the Warriors.

With the score at 107-104, Ginobili would come off a ball screen on the left wing and shot a drifting jumper to tie the score at 107. With about 10 seconds to go, Steph Curry would use a Bogut pick and drive all the way for an easy lay-up with 2.2 seconds to go. Parker would miss a long heave at the buzzer.

This loss for the Spurs would be their 3rd straight loss. They have yet to win the season. It also the 3rd straight for the Warriors but in the win column. Golden State will face the Kings next at home.

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Warriors blow out Kings for fourth straight win, 99-79
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Klay Thompson played his best game of the season, scoring 25 points on 12-22 shooting. Harrison Barnes continued to impress as he scored 16 points and Steph Curry scored 13 points and dished out 8 assists.

The Warriors started the game with an 8-0 run and never looked back. The Kings never led in the game. They kept the score as close as 6 points.

The Warriors made their biggest run in the third. They started the 2nd half with a 10-0 run and led by as much as 26 points. 6 minutes into the third, the Warriors would clear their bench to give playing time to the bench players.

The Warriors continued to play great defense, limiting the Kings to only 34% shooting. For the fourth straight game, the Warriors limited their oppenents to under 40% shooting.

Tyreke Evans led the Kings with 18 points. Brooks followed with 16 points.

The Kings fall to 2-2 while the Warriors climb to 4-0.


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Warriors bench beat Jazz, extend win streak to 5
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The Warriors, on a 4-game win streak, decided to play the bench against the struggling Utah Jazz. The Jazz are 0-4 coming into the game.

The Warriors would start their usual starting 5. But without Andrew Bogut (Knee Tendinitis). He was replaced by Carl Landry in the starting position. Coach Mark Jackson would replace his entire lineup halfway into the first quarter and they would only be back for a few minutes in the game to give rest to the other players.

Brandon Rush led the scoring with 17 points. Ken Bazemore, who was put into the lineup because of the Bogut injury, scored 13 points. Jarrett Jack flirted with a triple double with 12 points, 7 rebounds, and 9 assists.

The bench would score 65 out of the 95 points for the Warriors.

"I wanted to give the bench guys confidence in their game. It would also help the rookies like Ezeli and Bazemore develop their game" said Coach Jackson.

Randy Foye scored 35 points for the Jazz on 11-27 shooting. The Jazz now drop to 0-5, while the Warriors, along with the Wizards and the Thunder, climb to 5-0 to be the only 3 teams left without a loss.


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Re: Fight to the Finish! | vs Jazz!

Postby Eirsej on Thu Dec 13, 2012 5:37 pm

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Carl Landry wants out of Golden State


Carl Landry recently told the Warriors management that he wants to be traded. He stated that he is not given the playing time he was promised.

"I think I can help the team more if I was given more playing time. I know we are in a good streak now, but playing the starters more minutes can really tire them. I think this is the reason Andrew is out now." said Landry, referring to Andrew Bogut who was sidelined by knee tendinitis. Bogut missed their last game against the Jazz.

Landry started in place of Bogut and played 27 minutes. But he only scored 4 points and grabbed 5 rebounds.

Landry is only playing 19 minutes a game. He scoring 8 points and grabbing 4 rebounds a game. The last time he posted this kind of numbers was when he was a rookie.

Warriors management stated that they look to try and find a solution for Carl Landry and they will do what is best for the team.



So what do you think guys? Should I trade him? Or should I give him more playing time? Opinions are highly appreciated :D
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Postby Eirsej on Wed Dec 19, 2012 1:11 am

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Warriors extend win streak to 6 with strong 2nd half.
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The Warriors beat the Mavs, 119-98. The Warriors did not play like that Warriors that won 5 games in the first half against the Mavericks. They shot poorly, they turned the ball over too many times, and they gave up alot of open shots.

"We weren't ourselves in the first half. I think we got complacent and underestimated them a little bit." said forward David Lee, who scored 19 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in this game.

True enough, the Warriors were just sagging off every Maverick and daring them to shoot. The Mavericks capitalized. The Mavericks shot close to 60% in that half and led by as much as 14.

Things got worse in the 2nd quarter when the bench entered the game. The bench players found themselves playing even worse than the starters and let the Mavericks make a run. The Warriors let the Mavs score 63 on the first half, their most of the season.

If the first half was the Mavs' half, then the 2nd half became the Warriors' half. Klay Thompson, who did not score in the first half, scored the first 10 points for the Warriors. Thompson finished with 22. They also went with a half court trapping defense, which resulted in many turnovers and stops.

The momentum changed instantly. In a blink of an eye, the Mavs find themselves down big in the fourth. The game was tied after the 3rd but in the fourth they failed to make shots. They only scored 15 points while the Warriors scored 36.

"It all happened so fast. One minute we were tied then suddenly we were down by 15. We didn't know what happened." Said Nowitzki.

Dirk struggled the whole game, shooting only 5-17 from the floor with 16 points. Kaman led the Mavs with 24 points and 11 rebounds. He shot 9-16 from the field.

The Mavs fall to 4-2 while the Warriors climb to 6-0. The Warriors will face the Thunder next at home. Thunder are also undefeated, with a record of 6-0

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Re: Fight to the Finish! | Trade Inquiries! | vs Mavs!

Postby Eirsej on Mon Dec 24, 2012 3:10 pm

Durant drops 39 to help Thunder win 8th straight
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In this game to determine the best in the west, the Thunder came out with a convincing win. Kevin Durant scored 39 points on 17-24 shooting to keep their win streak alive.

With both teams undefeated coming into this game, everybody expected a very close game. But the Thunder did not want the game to be close. They slowly widened the gap quarter by quarter and did not give the Warriors any chance.

The Warriors, who did not let any opponent scored more than 40% of their field goal attempts, allowed the Thunder 52% from the field. The Warriors made 45% of their attempts.

David Lee scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Harrison Barnes scored 16 points. Steph Curry struggled in his shooting scoring only 12 points on 5-15 shooting.
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Postby Eirsej on Mon Dec 24, 2012 3:14 pm

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Postby Eirsej on Mon Dec 24, 2012 9:22 pm

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Curry records triple double in win over Rockets, 104-96
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Losing in their last game, the Warriors vowed to bounce back. And that is what they did against the Rockets. It wasn't particularly easy, as the game was tightly contested and the game could be won by either team until the last few minutes.

The Warriors made 4 straight 3 pointers in the last 3 minutes of the game. With Steph Curry making 3 of those shots. Curry scored 22 points in the game. He also grabbed 10 rebounds and dished 10 assists. This is his first triple double of the season.

Even with the absence of James Harden, the Rockets did not let up. They competed until the very end. They even led by as much as 8 in the game. The Rockets were leading until the last few minutes of the game, but poor shooting in the fourth and failure to get stops cost them the game.

Patrick Patterson, Chandler Parsons and Jeremy Lin scored 18 points apiece. Daequan Cook, who replaced the injured Harden, played terribly. He scored only 11 points on 5-17 shooting. He shot 3-14 from behind the arc.

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Re: Fight to the Finish! | All star starters! | vs Rockets!

Postby Eirsej on Tue Dec 25, 2012 10:57 am

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Postby Eirsej on Tue Dec 25, 2012 10:58 am

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Re: Fight to the Finish! | 1st half recap! -Standings and S

Postby Eirsej on Tue Dec 25, 2012 10:41 pm

Transantion Reports (Trades)

20/11
Celtics trade: Chris Wilcox
Lakers trade: Jodie Meeks, '14 2nd round pick

21/11
Spurs trade: Danny Green
Hawks trade: Anthony Morrow, '14 2nd round pick

22/11
Kings trade: John Salmons
Bobcats trade: Tyrus Thomas

8/12
Nuggets trade: Corey Brewer
T'wolves trade: Luke Ridnour

11/12
Heat trade: Mike Miller
Bucks trade: Drew Gooden

18/12
Clippers trade: Caron Butler
Suns trade: Luis Scola

19/12
Nuggets trade: Timofey Mozgov
Pacers trade: Ian Mahinmi, '14 2nd round pick

27/12
Grizzlies trade: Jerryd Bayless
Thunder trade: Jeremy Lamb, Daniel Orton

29/12
Nuggets trade: Wilson Chandler
Magic trade: Aaron Afflalo

Pacers trade: Gerald Green
Bobcats trade: Gerald Henderson

2/1
Spurs trade: Dejuan Blair
Mavericks: '13 1st round pick, Derek Fisher

3/1
Suns trade: Jared Dudley, Diante Garret
Nuggets trade: Andre Miller, Julyan Stone

4/1
Heat trade: Shane Battier
Lakers trade: Chris Duhon, '13 2nd round pick

5/1
Bulls trade: Nate Robinson
Knicks trade: Ronnie Brewer, '14 2nd round pick

7/1
Celtics trade: Jeff Green, Jason Collins
Hornets trade: Ryan Anderson

11/1
Spurs trade: Patrick Mills
Pacers trade: '14 1st round pick, Jeff Pendergraph

19/1
Spurs trade: Tiago Splitter, '13 2nd round pick
Timberwolves trade: Nikola Pekovic

22/1
Heat trade: Norris Cole, Joel Anthony
76ers trade: Jason Richardson

2/2
Suns trade: Michael Beasley
Pacers trade: George Hill, '13 2nd round pick

Mavericks trade: Elton Brand
Bulls trade: Taj Gibson

10/2
Celtics trade: Brandon Bass
Timberwolves trade: Brandon Roy, Louis Amundson

14/2
Mavericks trade: Brandan Wright
Nuggets trade: Jordan Hamilton

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Postby Eirsej on Wed Dec 26, 2012 12:16 pm

Transaction Reports

Player Signings

7/11
Hornets sign Greg Oden to 1yr/$4.61M deal
76ers sign Andrew Bynum to 5yr/$77.12M deal

9/11
Thunder sign Terrence Williams to 1yr/$3.46M deal
Thunder sign Kevin Martin to 4yr/$40.21M deal

12/11
Thunder sign Eric Maynor to 3yr/$9.46M deal

15/11
Mavericks sign Darren Collison to 5yr/$37.30M deal

16/11
Kings sign Mehmet Okur to 1yr/$1.27M deal
Hawks sign Devin Harris to 4yr/$22.70M deal

26/11
Hawks sign Josh Smith to 4yr/$50.84M deal

3/12
Jazz sign Al Jefferson to 5yr/$68.90M deal

16/12
Kings sign Tyreke Evans to 5yr/$41.40M deal

20/12
Pistons sign Jason Maxiell to 3yr/4.69M deal
Jazz sign Mo Williams to 5yr/23.33M deal

21/12
Spurs sign Manu Ginobili to 1yr/4.85M deal

24/12
Raptors sign Jose Calderon to 2yr/$9.94M deal

29/12
Pacers sign Tyler Hansbrough to 5yr/$14.13M deal

Coach Signings

21/2
Bobcats fire head coach Mike Dunlap, hire head coach Lloyd Hobbs

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League Leaders

Points per game
Kevin Durant, SF(OKC) 29.5
Carmelo Anthony, SF(NYK) 28.8
Kobe Bryant, SG(LAL) 28.3
LeBron James, SF(MIA) 27.0
Kevin Love, PF(MIN) 26.7

Rebounds per game
Marcin Gortat, C(PHO) 12.6
Dwight Howard, C(LAL) 12.5
Kevin Love, PF(MIN) 11.9
Kevin Garnett, C(BOS) 11.0
Joackim Noah, C(CHI) 10.7

Assists per game
Steph Curry, PG(GS) 10.2
Mike Conley, PG(MEM) 9.4
Rajon Rondo, PG(BOS) 9.3
Greivis Vasquez, PG(NOH) 8.9
Steve Nash, PG(LAL) 8.5

Steals per game
Jeremy Lin, PG(HOU) 3.1
Russell Westbrook, PG(OKC) 2.9
Kyle Lowry, PG(TOR) 2.7
Jeff Teague, PG(ATL) 2.5
Chris Paul, PG(LAC) 2.5

Blocks per game
Marcin Gortat, C(PHO) 2.4
Pau Gasol, PF(LAL) 2.4
Joackim Noah, C(CHI) 2.4
Al Jefferson, C(UTA) 2.2
Serge Ibaka, PF(OKC) 2.1

Field goal %
Javale McGee, C(DEN) .648
Nene, C(WAS) .635
Brook Lopez, C(BKN) .602
LeBron James, SF(MIA) .600
Blake Griffin, PF(LAC) .585

3pt Field Goal %
Rashard Lewis, SF(MIA) .750
Markieff Morris, PF(PHO) .733
Marco Belinelli, SG(CHI) .667
Gerald Green, SF(CHA) .636
LeBron James, SF(MIA) .594


Top Rookies
Dion Waiters, SG(CLE) 18.5ppg 2.8rpg 4.2apg
Anthony Davis, PF(NOH) 14.9ppg 8.5rpg 1.6bpg
Harrison Barnes, SF(GS) 14.4ppg 3.9rpg 2.1apg
Damian Lillard, PG(POR) 14.2ppg 6.9apg 0.7spg
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, SF(CHA) 13.9ppg 5.0rpg 1.4spg
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Postby Eirsej on Wed Dec 26, 2012 11:32 pm

Awards and Races

Players of the month
November: Deron Williams(BKN), Russell Westbrook(OKC)
December: LeBron James(MIA), Kevin Durant(OKC)

Rookies of the month
November: Jonas Valanciunas(TOR), Anthony Davis(NO)
December: Dion Waiters(CLE), Damian Lillard(POR)

MVP Race
John Wall, PG(WAS) 25.5ppg 4.9rpg 7.5apg
Kevin Durant, SF(OKC) 29.5ppg 7.9rpg 5.0apg
Russell Westbrook, PG(OKC) 23ppg 2.9spg 6.3apg
Jordan Crawford, SG(WAS) 23.8ppg 3.9rpg 4.0apg
Carmelo Anthony, SF(NYK) 28.8ppg 8.8rpg 1.4spg

Rookie of the year Race
Anthony Davis, PF(NO) 14.9ppg 8.5rpg 1.6bpg
Damian Lillard, PG(POR) 14.2ppg 6.9apg
Dion Waiters, SG(CLE) 18.5ppg 4.2apg 1.1spg
Jonas Valanciunas, C(TOR) 9.4ppg 8.9rpg 1.8bpg
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, SF(CHA) 13.9ppg 5.0rpg 1.4spg

Sixth Man of the Year Race

Vince Carter, SG(DAL) 12.9ppg 3.1rpg 2.6apg
Raymond Felton, PG(NY) 10.7ppg 2.3rpg 3.1apg
Ramon Sessions, PG(CHA) 14.0ppg 3.1rpg 2.9apg
Jarrett Jack, PG(GS) 7.1ppg 3.0rpg 5.3apg
Nolan Smith, PG(POR) 9.2ppg 2.1rpg 2.9apg

Defensive Player of the Year Race
Marcin Gortat, C(PHX) 16.6ppg 12.6rpg 2.4bpg
Joakim Noah, C(CHI) 9.0ppg 10.7rpg 2.4bpg
JJ Hickson, PF(POR) 13.4ppg 9.4rpg 2.0bpg
Al Jefferson, C(UTA) 19.6ppg 8.1rpg 2.2bpg
Dirk Nowitzki, PF(DAL) 17.2ppg 8.8rpg 1.7bpg

Most Improved Player Race

Goran Dragic, PG(PHX) 19.7ppg 8.3apg 1.4spg
Byron Mullens, PF(CHA) 16.2ppg 7.2rpg 1.2apg
Glen Davis, PF(ORL) 17.9ppg 7.0rpg 1.0bpg
Brandon Knight, PG(DET) 19.1ppg 4.5rpg 6.8apg
Jordan Crawford, SG(WAS) 23.8ppg 3.9rpg 4.0apg
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Postby Eirsej on Wed Dec 26, 2012 11:57 pm

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Re: Fight to the Finish! | 1st half recap! -All-stars

Postby Eirsej on Fri Dec 28, 2012 12:44 pm

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Iman Shumpert stars in Rising Stars Challenge
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Team Stats

Off all the big name young guns in this game, it was Iman Shumpert who played the best.

Shumpert scored 22 points, grabbed 8 rebounds, and dished out 9 assists for his team and they won the game, 118-102.

It was a blow-out early on, as team Shaq made a quick 12-1 run. Damian Lillard led the team in that run, as he scored 8 of the 12 points.

Team Chuck would inch closer with the help of Kyrie Irving. He was the only bright spot on that team as he scored 29 points. The second highest scorer was Barnes with only 12 points.

Three players from team Shaq scored more than 20. Damian Lillard, 23, Iman Shumppert, 22, and Chandler Parsons, 21.

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Re: Fight to the Finish! | Rising Stars!

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East dominates West in All Star game
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Carmelo Anthony won the all-star mvp for the 1st time in his career. He scored 29 points on 9-18 shooting to lead the East against the West, 112-91.

Anthony was the only player who scored more than 20 points in this game. He was followed by Russell Westbrook, who scored 18 points.

Only the East came out to play as they outplayed everybody from their Western counterparts. Aside from the pre-season and the NBA finals, this is the only time that the East gets to play with the West.

"We're definitely disappointed in what we showed tonight. The fans expected something entertaining and fun, but some players were just not up to it." Said Kobe Bryant, who appeared in his 15th straight all star game.

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Re: Fight to the Finish! | Rising Stars! | All Star Game!

Postby Eirsej on Tue Jan 01, 2013 8:59 pm

Lakers too much for Warriors
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People might start wondering how the Lakers are struggling this season the way they beat the Warriors. The Lakers went with a balanced attack to hand the Warriors their worst loss of the season, 122-90.

Pau Gasol led the Lakers with 19 points and 9 rebounds. They shot 48% from the field as opposed to the 39% of the Warriors. They also forced 19 turnovers while only giving up the ball 9 times.

"It's now or never. We win now or it's over for us. This conference is tight and more losses will hurt us later on." Said Pau Gasol

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Warriors bounce back, halt Twolves' 7 game win streak
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The Warriors found themselves down again after the half, but they kept their composure and kept the game close. Ricky Rubio had a stellar scoring night with 23 points on 7-16 shooting. But it was Warriors rookie Harrison Barnes who stole the show. He scored a career high 27 points to lead the Warriors to the win.

The Warriors once again benefited in a high scoring showdown. They have never lost a game when they score 100 or more points.

"We need to score to win. That's our game. As long as the shooters are on their game, we're gonna be fine." said coach Mark Jackson

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Warriors shoot 17 threes to win against Clippers
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Coach Jackson's statement in their last game holds true. The Clippers could not stop the Warriors from shooting the ball.

"They shot everywhere. Every angle, every corner, it always went in." said Clipper guard Chris Paul.

The Warriors scored a season high 131 points versus the 119 of the Clippers. Both teams barely played any defense as they just shot the ball from everywhere. The difference was most shots from the Warriors are 3's while for the Clippers it was dunks from Griffin.

"They score 2, we score 3. As long as that kept up, we know were gonna win" said Harrison Barnes who top scored the Warriors with 24 points.

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Around the league...
Thunder win 11th straight
Deron Williams out for season with broken hand
Magic fire Jacque Vaughn, hire Dean Adkins
Pistons fire Lawrence Frank, hire Jacque Vaughn
Hornets fire Monty Williams hire Leslie Cheaney
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | 3 game recap!

Postby Eirsej on Wed Jan 02, 2013 3:08 pm

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Grizzlies destroy Warriors, 119-95

The Grizzlies outhustled, outrebounded, outscored the Warriors every single time down the floor. The Warriors did not do anything right, while the Grizzlies did everything right.

Memphis was ahead in every stat category against the Warriors except for blocks. But Memphis didnt need to block since every shot coming from the opponent was a brick.

The bench was a big boost for the Grizzlies as they scored 51 points out of the total 119.

The Warriors will play their last two games on the road against very winnable teams, the Hornets and the Nuggets. Both teams are out of contention for the playoffs.


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MEM 29 27 32 31 119
GS 22 31 30 22 95



TOP PERFORMERS
Memphis
Rudy Gay(19 pts, 3rebs, 4assts)
Zach Randolph(18pts, 11rebs, 3stls)
Josh Selby(12pts, 4-4FG, 11mins)

Warriors
Klay Thompson(17pts, 5rebs, 2blks)
Carl Landry(14pts, 6rebs)
Steph Curry(19pts, 7assts)
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | vs Grizzlies!

Postby Eirsej on Thu Jan 03, 2013 7:35 pm

Warriors clinch 2nd seed with win over Hornets, 93-85

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The Warriors, after being able to secure a playoff spot a few games ago after a long drought, was able to clinch home court advantage for the first two rounds of the playoffs.

The Warriors started the game strong after their humiliating defeat against the Grizzlies. They scored 27 points in the first quarter while limiting the Hornets to a season-low 12 points.

It looked like the Warriors were gonna blow the game wide open but the Hornets had other plans. Austin Rivers fueled a 2nd quarter comeback as he scored 12 of his 13 points in that quarter.

But the challenge proved to be harder for the Hornets as they failed to outscore the Warriors in the next two quarters.

This is the second win for the Warriors where they scored under 100 points.

"We had defensive adjustments after our loss. We need to play better defense to compete in the playoffs or we're going home early." Said Klay Thompson who played a great opening quarter in this game.

The Warriors are likely to rest some of its starters in their final game against Denver in preparation for the playoffs.

SCORES:
GS 27 19 23 24 93
NO 12 30 20 23 85

TOP PERFORMERS
Warriors
David Lee (16pts, 13rebs)
Carl Landry (14pts, 4rebs)
Andrew Bogut (14pts, 5rebs)

Hornets
Eric Gordon (24pts, 11-24FG)
Austin Rivers (13pts, 5-8FG, 14mins)



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Re: Fight to the Finish! | Big men shine over Hornets!

Postby Eirsej on Fri Jan 04, 2013 12:21 pm

Nuggets beat Warriors in non-bearing game
Warriors 102 @ Nuggets 107

Kenneth Faried score a season high 25 points and 16 rebounds in their last game of the season. He also went 11-16 from the field and arguably played his best game of his career.

It was a back-and-forth game all through out. Both teams exchanged leads left and right and made the game look like it mattered.

The Nuggets took the first quarter with a 3 point lead but the Warriors would make a run in the second. They would lead after the half 58-52.

The Nuggets would then outscore the Warriors in the last two quarters.

The injury of the Andrew Bogut was a big blow for the Warriors as the Nuggets would punish the Warriors down low. They scored 20 more points from the paint.

Steph Curry scored 26 points for the Warriors.

SCORES:
GSW 28 28 26 20 102
DEN 31 21 29 26 107

TOP PERFORMERS
Warriors
Steph Curry(26pts, 7asts)
Harrison Barnes(19pts, 4rebs)

Nuggets
Kenneth Faried(25pts, 16rebs)
Danilo Gallinari(24pts, 9rebs)
Andrew Iguodala(16pts, 5asts
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Around the league...

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Mike Miller surpasses 10k pts milestone in loss to Wizards
Houston, Memphis clinch last 2 post-season spots

Bogut out for season with strained achilles.

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Bogut suffered a season ending injury in a non-bearing game against the eliminated Denver Nuggets.

Bogut collided in the air with Danilo Gallinari in the third quarter and strained his achilles in the landing.

Coach Mark Jackson was supposed to rest his starters but changed his mind saying that "the players may become rusty come playoff time".

"It was a bad decision in my part. Andrew is a big part of our success in the regular season, and it is gonna be tough to be without him in the playoffs".

Andrew Bogut is averaging 7.0 points and 7.3 rebounds for the Warriors.

Carl Landry is expected to start in place of Andrew Bogut.
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | Last regular season game!

Postby Eirsej on Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:18 pm

2012-2013 Playoffs!

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Re: Fight to the Finish! | Playoff Picture

Postby Mark. on Tue Jan 08, 2013 7:49 am

A quick season! Congrats on making the playoffs, Rockets could be a potentially tough match-up for you. Haha can't believe the Wizards got the first seed!
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | Playoff Picture

Postby Eirsej on Tue Jan 08, 2013 2:22 pm

Mark. wrote:A quick season! Congrats on making the playoffs, Rockets could be a potentially tough match-up for you. Haha can't believe the Wizards got the first seed!


Thanks! It was a tough game. Even without Harden, who was injured. So many guys can score from them. The Wizards are a surprise! And they are still going strong. (Y)
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | Playoff Picture

Postby Eirsej on Tue Jan 08, 2013 2:28 pm

Thompson explodes for 29 as Warriors eliminate Rockets
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Klay Thompson had his way against the Rockets tonight

No Bogut? No problem. The Warriors relied on superb outside shooting to beat the Houston Rockets in the first round of the playoffs. Klay Thompson led the 3-point barrage with 29 points on 11-18 shooting. 7-10 came from downtown.

Curry shot 4-8 from beyond the arc. While Harrison Barnes was a perfect 4-4. All in all, the Warriors shot a season-best 18-27(66%) threes.

The Rockets also was not bad from the field, shooting 47% and 46% from beyond the arc. But the Warriors were just more unstoppable. Almost everyone shot from outside the paint even the big guys like David Lee.

The game saw 23 lead changes and 15 ties. It was as close as it can get.

The Rockets still missed the services of their star guard, James Harden, who was hurt with a sprained toe. He was also absent their regular season mathcup against the Warriors. Harden is averaging 21.5 points, 5.8 rebounds and 4.6 assists per game.

Harden's back court partner, Jeremy Lin, who also averages 21.1 points per game only scored 16 points but dished 11 assists.

Carlos Delfino topscored the Rockets with 28 points but needed 28 shots to do it.


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Other news...
Wall scores 24 as Wizards advance to second round
#6 Clippers send #3 Wolves home with 114-100 win
Dallas wins over San Antonio in playoffs Texas Showdown
Boston wins over Atlanta with smothering defense
Bulls send Raptors home with 100-75 win
Pacers get revenge, upset #2 Heat
Oklahoma City too much for Grizzlies 112-83
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | Playoffs first round!

Postby Eirsej on Tue Jan 08, 2013 4:59 pm

2012-2013 SEASON AWARDS!

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Postby Eirsej on Thu Jan 10, 2013 4:25 pm

Warriors enter conf. finals for first time since 1976
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The Warriors continued their superb outside shooting in the playoffs to eliminate the Los Angeles Clippers, 108-101.

Steph Curry led the way with a season high 31 points. 7-9 came from downtown. He also had 4 rebounds and 4 assists.

The Warriors led for most of the game. But the Clippers would just not go away. The Warriors were up by as much as 13 points in the second quarter. But they would use a 12-2 run in the third to catch up and make the game close.

The Warriors bench would struggle in the third. They would give up turnovers and let the Clippers take a 7-point lead. But the starters would stay composed and take the lead back to win the game.

Jamal Crawford scored 27 points for the Clippers. Luis Scola scored 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. Blake Griffin scored 13 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Star point guard Chris Paul was limited to a season-low 8 points.

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Other News...
Bulls close out series following 122-84 win over Pacers
Wizards beat Celtics behind Jordan Crawford's 29
Thunder blow out Mavs 103-72 behind stellar play from Durant and Westbrook
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | Playoffs conf. semis!

Postby Eirsej on Fri Jan 11, 2013 5:13 pm

Thunder returns to NBA Finals with win over Warriors

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Kevin Durant celebrates their return to finals

The Oklahoma City Thunder eliminated the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals. But unlike the Thunder's first two games, the Warriors did not go down without a fight.

The Warriors may not have led in this game, but they kept the game close and threatened the Thunder in the last moments of the game. Durant and Westbrook combined for 67 points in the game. Ibaka added 13 points and 16 rebounds.

The Warriors struggled in the boards as the got outrebounded 58-41. The Thunder grabbed 11 more offensive boards.

The Warriors still continued their shooting display, as they shot 15-32 from downtown. But they were not able to get the necessary stops in the end game. The Thunder have now won 17 straight and are two more straight games away from sweeping the season.

The Thunder, having the best record in the NBA, will have homecourt advantage against the Chicago Bulls in a best-of-3 series in the NBA finals.

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SCORES
GSW 21 40 21 26 108
OKC 26 36 28 24 114

TOP PERFORMERS


Thunder

Kevin Durant (34pts, 5rebs)
Russell Westbrook(33pts, 6rebs, 11asts)
Serge Ibaka (13pts, 16rebs)
Nick Collison (6pts, 15rebs)

Warriors
Harrison Barnes (24pts,5rebs)
Steph Curry (23pts, 6asts)
Klay Thompson (19pts, 6 3's)


In the East...
Bulls beat Wizards, 91-84
Deng out indefinitely with sprained toe
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | Playoffs conf. finals!

Postby Eirsej on Sat Jan 12, 2013 5:31 pm

Thunder take game 1 of 3 in NBA Finals

The Thunder winning streak are now up to 18 with the win over eastern conference champs Chicago Bulls. The Bulls were not much of a challenge to the Thunder as they lead in every quarter except for the 4th, which mostly is garbage time.

Defense was the key for the Thunder as they limited the Bulls to only 57 points after three quarters. The Thunder led by as much as 20 points in the game.

Derrick Rose scored 26 points on 9-23 shooting for the Bulls. Carlos Boozer added 19 points and 12 rebounds.

Kevin Durant continued his spectacular play scoring 33 points. He also had 7 rebounds and 7 assists. Kevin Martin added 24 points.

The Thunder are now heading to Chicago for game 2 and they can win it all there. The Bulls are now fighting for survival in their home floor.

SCORES:
OKC 29 23 21 21 94
CHI 23 15 19 25 82

TOP PERFORMERS

Thunder
Kevin Durant (33pts,7rebs,7asts)
Kevin Martin (24pts)
Russell Westbrook (20pts,6rebs,6asts)

Bulls
Derrick Rose (26pts,6asts)
Carlos Boozer (19pts, 12rebs)
Joakim Noah (12pts,14rebs)



Bulls bounce back, force game 3

The Thunder win streak is now halted to 18 games. The Bulls used a strong second quarter, scoring 37, to win game 2 and force a do-or-die game for the Larry O'brien trophy.

The Thunder shot only 42% from the field as opposed to Bulls' 51%. The Bulls also shot 5/7 from downtown while the Thunder shot 4/16.

It was a balanced attack from the Bulls as Carlos Boozer led them with 22pts. Derrick Rose added 19 pts. 11 of the 12 players from the Bulls was able to score at least 3 points.

Kevin Durant was on a slump in this game, scoring only 18 points on 6-18 shooting. He was also 1-9 from beyond the arc.

The series returns to Oklahoma City where both teams will be playing for the trophy.

SCORES:
CHI 23 37 21 18 99
OKC 23 28 20 25 96

TOP PERFORMERS:
Bulls
Carlos Boozer (22pts, 9rebs)
Derrick Rose (19pts, 5rebs)
Elton Brand (10pts, 5-6FG, 17mins)

Thunder
Russel Westbrook (29pts, 14-21FG)
Kevin Martin (22pts, 6-15FG, 8-8FT)



Thunder win NBA Championship, 105-102

It was a back and forth game. It was as close as it can get. It was thrilling, it was exciting. You can use every little phrase to describe this game.

Both teams gave it their all. They were diving, hustling, and sacrificing their body just to have possession of the basketball. But there can only be one NBA Champion, and for this year it was the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Kevin Durant recovered from his game 2 slump and scored 31 in game 3 on only 9-17 shooting. He also grabbed 13 rebounds. Kevin Martin added 21 points and Serge Ibaka added 14.

It was another balanced scoring from the Chicago Bulls as 11 players scored at least 2 points. Derrick Rose had an amazing game as he flirted with a triple double, 26 points 8 rebounds 8 assists. Rip Hamilton added 20 points. 5 players from the Bulls scored in double digits.

The game was down the wire as the game was tied at 102 with 30 secs remaining. The Thunder has possession and Westbrook has the ball. Durant used two screens to free himself up at the right wing. Westbrook gave him the ball. He squared up for the shot and let it fly.

Swish.

Durant made a 3-pointer from the right wing to give the Thunder a 105-102 lead with about 9 seconds remaining.

Marco Belinelli had the opportunity to tie the game but his 3-pointer rattled out as the game clock expired.

SCORES:
OKC 26 27 24 28 105
CHI 27 26 23 26 102

TOP PERFORMERS
Bulls
Derrick Rose (26pts, 8rebs, 8asts)
Rip Hamilton (20pts)
Joakim Noah (10pts, 13rebs)

Thunder
Kevin Durant (31pts, 13rebs)
Kevin Martin (21pts)
Russell Westbrook (13pts, 7asts)




OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER CHAMPIONSHIP ROSTER

C Kendrick Perkins
C Hasheem Thabeet
PF Serge Ibaka
PF Nick Collison
PF Perry Jones
SF Kevin Durant
SF Terrence Williams
SG Kevin Martin
SG Thabo Sefolosha
SG Deande Liggins
PG Russell Westbrook
PG Jerryd Bayless
PG Eric Maynor
PG Reggie Jackson
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | NBA FINALS SUMMARY

Postby Eirsej on Mon Jan 14, 2013 4:45 pm

RETIRING PLAYERS
NameTeamYRS PROAge
Chauncey Billups, PGClippers1636
Jason Kidd, PGKnicks1940
Marcus Camby, CKnicks1739
Antawn Jamison, PFLakers1537
Hedo Turkoglu, SFMagic1334
Tim Duncan, CSpurs1637
Jermaine Oneal, CSuns1734
Grant Hill, SFClippers1940
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | OFFSEASON | RETIRING PLAYERS

Postby Eirsej on Mon Jan 14, 2013 5:47 pm

Any ideas on how I can fix the large space before the tables?
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | NBA FINALS SUMMARY

Postby Phil89 on Mon Jan 14, 2013 6:20 pm

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[center][size=150]RETIRING PLAYERS[/size]
[table][tr][td]Name[/td][td]Team[/td][td]YRS PRO[/td][td]Age[/td][/tr][tr][td]Chauncey Billups, PG[/td][td]Clippers[/td][td]16[/td][td]36[/td][/tr][tr][td]Jason Kidd, PG[/td][td]Knicks[/td][td]19[/td][td]40[/td][/tr][tr][td]Marcus Camby, C[/td][td]Knicks[/td][td]17[/td][td]39[/td][/tr][tr][td]Antawn Jamison, PF[/td][td]Lakers[/td][td]15[/td][td]37[/td][/tr][tr][td]Hedo Turkoglu, SF[/td][td]Magic[/td][td]13[/td][td]34[/td][/tr][tr][td]Tim Duncan, C[/td][td]Spurs[/td][td]16[/td][td]37[/td][/tr][tr][td]Jermaine Oneal, C[/td][td]Suns[/td][td]17[/td][td]34[/td][/tr][tr][td]Grant Hill, SF[/td][td]Clippers[/td][td]19[/td][td]40[/td][/tr][/table][/center]


You have to take all of the spaces out so that the whole table text is just one long sentence. (Y)
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | OFFSEASON | RETIRING PLAYERS

Postby Mark. on Mon Jan 14, 2013 7:08 pm

Tough getting so close, but not quite there. But you will have something to aim for next season (Y)
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | OFFSEASON | RETIRING PLAYERS

Postby Eirsej on Mon Jan 14, 2013 7:32 pm

Phil89 wrote:You have to take all of the spaces out so that the whole table text is just one long sentence. (Y)


Thanks for the help! :D

Mark. wrote:Tough getting so close, but not quite there. But you will have something to aim for next season (Y)


I know! OKC is just too strong in this game. I need to get better pieces for next season. The bench is kinda weak.
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Postby Eirsej on Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:09 pm

2013 Draft Order

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Re: Fight to the Finish! | OFFSEASON | DRAFT ORDER

Postby Eirsej on Tue Jan 15, 2013 12:45 am

2013 NBA DRAFT



PickTeamNamePOS
1CavaliersTajuan ConwaySG
2HornetsMel GoodsonC
3LakersAndrew ReidC
4BobcatsLance RuffinC
5SunsTyrus SheltonPF
6Trail BlazersPeja ToromanSG
7Thunder(via DET)Will ThurmondPG
8JazzCecil AskewPG
9MagicHarvey StansburySG
10BucksVon BellPG
11NuggetsCarlton PearsonSG
12KingsAl GallowayPG
13NetsTracy JonesPF
1476ersDeShawn OvertonSF
15GrizzliesLucious StoreySF
16RocketsJermaine LeeSF
17KnicksTrey McKenzieSF
18CelticsEarl GeigerSF
19PacersWilliam WaltonPG
20Mavericks via TORGrant BullardC
21ClippersUwe KramerSG
22SpursBrevin ParkerSG
23TimberwolvesConrad LampleySF
24Bucks via SASSean McKinneyPG
25HawksCarl HarrisonSF
26BullsMack MillerSG
27WarriorsCameron BellPF
28HeatKyle CopelandC
29WizardsDevin HopkinsSG
30ThunderMalcolm SimmonsSG
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | OFFSEASON | 2013 DRAFT

Postby Mark. on Tue Jan 15, 2013 6:14 am

A PF eh, what was his comparison?
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Re: Fight to the Finish! | OFFSEASON | 2013 DRAFT

Postby Eirsej on Tue Jan 15, 2013 11:08 am

Mark. wrote:A PF eh, what was his comparison?


I actually didn't scout him. All the other players that I scouted got drafted before I could pick so I went with the mock draft. Good thing about him is he's a defensive anchor. So players get defensive boost whenever he's on the floor. :D
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