Platform : PC
Roster : Med's Roster v1.6
Playoffs Format: Best-of-7
Team Chemistry: On
Kobe Bryant #24
37 | 6'6 | 212 lbs | Lower Merion (HS)
Stanley Johnson #12
19 | 6'7 | 240 lbs | Arizona State
Jaylen Brown #0
19| 6'7 | 225 lbs | Kentucky
Ivan Rabb #35
19 | 6'11 | 210 lbs | Arizona
Jordan Hill #27
27 | 6'10 | 235 lbs | Arizona
Kristaps Porzingis #31
20 | 7'0 | 215 lbs | Latvia
Shabazz Napier #9
24 | 6'1 | 175 lbs | Connecticut
Lamar Odom #7
36 | 6'10 | 230 lbs | Rhode Island
• Jain Wallet III (PG) [N/A] | #5 | 6'4" | 190 lbs
• Russell Wilson (PG) [N/A] | #3 | 5'11" | 206 lbs
• Kevin Parker (SG) [N/A] | #29 | 6'6" | 220 lbs
• Martin Judge (SF) [N/A] | #22 | 6'8" | 210 lbs
• TG SoGood (SF) [N/A] | #11 | 6'5" | 220 lbs
• Jonah McLovin (PF) [N/A] | #69 | 6'10" | 245 lbs
• Klay Ackerman (C) [N/A] | #22 | 7'0" | 270 lbs
Good to knowMichael_OS wrote:Following mate! Curious who you would pick in the draft
Not my faultKing Mellow wrote:Willie Cauley-Stein at #5?
2 of my favourite players in the draft . I picked them when I saw they were both availableMichael_OS wrote:Good thing you got Mudiay and Oubre
How can Johnson and Oubre co-exist though? Plus you got Nick Young as a starter, bad pick for youKevin wrote:2 of my favourite players in the draft . I picked them when I saw they were both availableMichael_OS wrote:Good thing you got Mudiay and Oubre
I had no choice man , Russell was takenMichael_OS wrote:How can Johnson and Oubre co-exist though? Plus you got Nick Young as a starter, bad pick for youKevin wrote:2 of my favourite players in the draft . I picked them when I saw they were both availableMichael_OS wrote:Good thing you got Mudiay and Oubre
Phil89 wrote:Westbrook Finals MVP. Nice
I think you drafted really well. Especially with Russell and all the best big men already gone. Oubre has been a great bench scorer for me on my Sixers game.
Speaking of the Sixers, how is their roster looking now? Adding Gasol, Ellis and Lin to their young core should easily put them into the playoff spots in the east.
mp3 wrote:This is really good stuff, following!
Make Mudiay a star!
TGsoGood wrote:I think Nick Young should come off the bench due to his ability to provide bench scoring at the 2 position. Also that would allow Oubre or Johnson to develop quicker.
TGsoGood wrote:very young team, I think Nick Young should come off the bench due to his ability to provide bench scoring at the 2 position. Also that would allow Oubre or Johnson to develop quicker.
King Mellow wrote:TGsoGood wrote:I think Nick Young should come off the bench due to his ability to provide bench scoring at the 2 position. Also that would allow Oubre or Johnson to develop quicker.
If I were you I will start Oubre instead of Swaggy P.
Kevin wrote:PS: Mellow shoutout to you for creating the DCs that I'm using and going to use in the future they are topnotch
Sure. I think I'll do them every monthly recap.TGsoGood wrote:hey Kev can you do an analysis of the team so far. I like your current format for recaps, I would like get your thoughts on the teams progress and player roles so far.
Thanks manMichael_OS wrote:Love your presentation man! Clean and simple
Thanks for the tips, TG!TGsoGood wrote:Nick Young looks to be the most consistent scorer. I think of Nick Young as a guy who shoots more than he drives so you may be able get the scoring of some of your young guys like Mudiay, Johnson, and Oubre up by having those guys slashing through the lane for closer shots or Alley oops. Just a thought.
Not sure if this is accurate for your team but, I think Whiteside would be able to slow down opponents looking looking to score in the lane. He could also be useful on Pick and rolls to the hoop for easy layups.
El Segundo, Calif. – The Los Angeles Lakers have struggled in defense since the start of the season.
They are currently last in Points Allowed in the Paint, Opponent Field Goal % and in Opponent Fastbreak Points per Game.
They announced today that they will sign Forward DeMarre Carroll to a 2 year, $4.85M deal.
Carroll is still injured at this time and his timetable to return is still in 2 months. He was injured in last year’s playoffs in the Quarter Finals against the Miami Heat when he tore his ACL in Game 5.
The Lakers are hoping that by the time Carroll can come back, he'll be ready to contribute in the defense.
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