Montréal, the 30th strongest team in the league right now, after having played 6 games. Their record is currently at 0-6, putting them at #4 in their division and at #14 in their conference.
Average offensive team. Not really efficient in anything they do when they bring the ball down the court.
You'll have to worry about their scoring efficiency, as they're in the top third of the league. (#14 in FG%: 0.457 - #10 in FGeff: 5.25)
Not much to say about their 3pt shooting. Average, but it is there. (#21 in 3P%: 0.233 - #20 in 3Peff: 0.27)
A team that doesn't know how to get to the line, or how to score from there. You don't have to worry about freebies against them. (#23 in FT%: 0.643 - #28 in FTeff: 0.96)
They know how to find the open man, and they get their offense going by getting it around the perimeter until a clean shot is there. (#2 in APG: 8.2)
This team has just forgotten what defense is. They're one of the 10 easiest teams to score against. (#29 in PAPG: 35.0)
Second chance points? One of their biggest fears. Low low LOW rebounding numbers; just jump for the ball and you'll keep your score high. (#30 in RPG: 10.7, #25 in ORPG: 2.3, #27 in DRPG: 8.3)
A team that knows how to play defense. They're one of the best in steals and blocks, and they make you work hard on offense. (#9 in SPG: 2.2, #8 in BPG: 1.5)
Not good ball handlers, and that's being polite. Bottom 10 in turnovers, they have work to do until they get their offense going. (#29 in TPG: 5.8, #12 in FPG: 3.7)
In summary, their best areas are assists (#2, 8.2), blocks (#8, 1.5), steals (#9, 2.2), field goals (#10, 11.5 per game on 0.457), fouls (#12, 3.7).
Thierry • wrote:Ok, as you guys can see, I'm back to the beginning. All my 2k files are in the trash... gone, and I need to install everything again. So I'm down with a couple of teams:
- Golden State
Hopefully I can share something decent.
Andrew wrote:It's receiving a fair amount of views. Not everyone who reads feels compelled to comment or reply, so views tend to be a better indicator that people are checking out a thread.
Martti. wrote:Started with the Pistons using the 2002/03 rosters. Traded guys like Hamilton and Prince for draft picks which was the only thing I wanted as it was the 2003 draft coming up and getting wins didn't really matter. Still, with 4 first round draft picks, I made it to the Playoffs, got to the second round. But the draft was more important, only had 1 lottery pick, #7 overall, so after a plethora of trades during the draft and some insanely bad draft logic by the CPU, this was what I ended up with :
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Starting line-up after the off-season :
C - Ben Wallace
PF - Chris Bosh
SF - Carmelo Anthony
SG - Dwyane Wade
PG - Gary Payton
LeBron went to the Bobcats, who were 0-82 in the first season, they had a roster full of 25 rated players for some reason. LeBron averaged 36.2 points, 8.5 rebounds and 3.7 assists.
Lost in the Conference Finals, simulated all of it. The Grizzlies won the 'chip with Gasol, Miller and Jason Williams. (lol wtf) They beat the 76ers, who have both Iverson and Tracy McGrady.
Season 2 depth chart :
C - Ben Wallace (87) / Marcus Camby (75)
PF - Chris Bosh (86) / Aaron Williams (71) / Lee Nailon (66)
SF - Carmelo Anthony (89) / Courtney Alexander (74) / Dorell Wright (67)
SG - Dwyane Wade (87) / Kyle Korver (68)
PG - Gary Payton (80) / Damon Stoudamire (76)
Tim Duncan, Zach Randolph and Pau Gasol have all signed with the Jazz.
Martti. wrote:LeBron went to the Bobcats, who were 0-82 in the first season, they had a roster full of 25 rated players for some reason.
benji wrote:LeBron is such a choker. And people were talking about him as an all-time great. As having possibly surpassed Kobe. What a joke.
velvet bliss wrote:Andrew, you the real MVP.
Andrew wrote:He who flops and flails to the Finals and a title, flops and flails best.
KevinParker13 wrote:We need a Miami Heat thread here in the forums. The story threads for the Miami Heat disappeared when Bronny left them
What are you waiting for? Go and write a story now!Lamrock wrote:Finally got 2K15 on Monday and I can't stop playing it. I get that same great feeling that I did making the jump from 2K6 on the original Xbox to 2K7 on the 360. Obviously the graphics are fantastic besides a few blemishes and I like the gameplay a lot - though I haven't found out how to do everything yet (I can't seem to get my players to cut). I've been waiting years for Simcast, and the roster, though not perfect, is much improved over past years. I miss the ability to jump into the current point of the season, but I'm looking forward to checking out myGM and myLeague more.
myCareer is what I've been hooked on lately though. I always forget how addictive this mode is. Got picked up by a 16-32 Magic team, and we've gone 9-2 since adding me to the team, hoping to make an unlikely playoff run. Despite my Assist/Turnover ratio of 1>, I got promoted to starter and look to continue to hit clutch threes.
I also gave myGM a shot, picking Minnesota because they suck. Got off to a real rough start with Pek, Rubio and Martin all out, but getting Pekovic back has given us some momentum. Ended up trading Bennett and Budinger to Boston for Gerald Wallace and their first rounder (complicated 8 player, makeshift 3 team deal with CLE) after Bennett compared my intelligence to that of a fetus... 8-16 rocking a starting five of Mo Williams, Wiggins, Shabazz, Thad Young and Pek with a solid bench of Dieng, Lavine, Gerald Wallace and Troy Daniels. Might actually be in danger of meeting the owner's 38 win goal if Rubio and Martin come back soon!
2k's cheesin' you with the draft picks.Martti. wrote:I haven't played with my retro Hornets association in a long time as I've built a team for fun and it's freaking awesome to play with.
Me and my cousin often pick two teams, start an association with either real rosters or a fantasy draft. This time we decided to do a fantasy draft and I didn't do that well. I got Kyle Lowry, Chris Bosh and Luol Deng as my 3 main guys. First season wasn't that spectacular. But one thing we do is stockpile draft picks and I had plenty of first round picks to draft guys.
I can't remember all the moves I made, but I picked Jahlil Okafor in the 2015 draft, traded Lowry for Marcus Smart (cap space) and then swapped Okafor and fillers for Anthony Davis. (cpu offered the deal)
I had loads of picks so I drafted Jaylen Brown (Draftexpress #1 prospect) in 2016. Also got Cheick Diallo (#4) and Malik Newman (#5). Won the title the next two years with them, kept most of the squad (all simulated).
Now, in season 2018-19, I finally decided to play with this squad and I just love it.
My line-up is like this :
C - Anthony Davis (94)
F - Nerlens Noel (85)
F - Jaylen Brown (88) - Just a beast. He has the lockdown defender skill, also a 85 three-pointer and a 95 dunk. Similar to Paul George.
G - Malik Newman (83) - Great shooter, also a freak athlete.
G - Marcus Smart (80)
6 - Stanley Johnson (84) - Lockdown defender, posterizer. Quick and a great cross-over for a SF. Needs work on his jumpshot. Traded for him, gave up a PF I had drafted who didn't really do much for me.
7 - Cheick Diallo (82) - Kenneth Faried copy. Gets to all the loose balls, dunks everything he can.
8 - Brandon Jennings (82)
9 - Chris Bosh (77)
10 - Thabo Sefolosha (65)
11 - Zaza Pachulia (62)
12 - Dorell Wright (61)
I like athletic players and basically that's what I've built. After simulating the first two games of the season, Brown had scored 12 points combined. I've played 10 games now, hall of fame and won all of them. Brown's scoring numbers - 42, 46, 35, 44, 39, 35, 29, 51, 33, 42. He's also a good rebounder and passer, a triple-double threat every night though I have yet to get one. Came within 1 rebound once. Standing at 11-1 now after beating OKC in overtime (they have Durant, Steph Curry, Brook Lopez and Afflalo, 2nd in the West.)
During the winning streak, Brown's averaged 39.6 pooints, 6.6 rebounds and 7.6 assists.
The team my cousin has built isn't bad either -
C - Ibaka (85)
F - Mirotic (85)
F - Ben Simmons (86)
G - J Butler (85)
G - Rose (91)
Justise Winslow (79)
Harry Giles (80)
I'm really into this team so I might start a story with this team. The fantasy draft aspect means that no one plays for the team they do in real life. LeBron is in Clipperland, Carmelo's in Indiana, Paul George is in Brooklyn, Harden is in Atlanta. Kobe, Duncan, Pierce and Dirk have all retired.
Would you guys follow this?
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