Sit's Dynasty (NBA Live 06)

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Who will win the 2006 NBA Finals

Los Angeles Lakers
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Boston Celtics
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Postby Fresh8 on Tue Jun 14, 2005 11:59 pm

Oops, Kobe Does It Again

Sacramento Kings 91 @ Los Angeles Lakers 96

21-8 Los Angeles Lakers lead series against 19-10 Sacramento Kings 1-0


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ABOVE: Kobe Bryant (8) was unstoppable in the final period

Los Angeles – The defending NBA Champions have something to frown about as they dropped a game that they could have easily won. At halftime, the Lakers trailed by 11 but then a flurry of three point misses by the Kings and sloppy defence allowed the number one seed to come back to a win at home.

Kobe Bryant was cheered on by the STAPLES Center crowd after enduring a tough first half. The All-star guard struggled in the first quarter making only 2 of 8 from the field before not attempting another shot in the second and third quarters of the game. He made the most of his time letting his teammates do the work and dishing out 9 dimes in the middle two periods.

Kwame Brown finished with 16 points and 11 rebounds while Ron Artest had 17, 9, 3 and 3 steals. Rookie Fredrik Ratchuk played a well balanced 7, 4, 6 and 3 steals and Carlos Boozer fouled out with 18 points and 6 rebounds. By the fourth quarter, all four starters had accumulated their statistics and then there came Kobe's time to shine.

Bryant was unstoppable as he had an array of layups and even two spectacular dunks over the Kings' defence. Bryant finished on 26 points, 6 rebounds, 11 assists and 2 steals. Kobe's three pointer and then next steal at the baseline and layup broke a Kings' 8-0 run and helped put LA back into a game which could have gone the other way. The Lakers had trailed 78-72 before Bryant made the stellar plays with 7:12 left.

He then scored the Lakers' next 9 points and had the team up 86-84 with only 4:48 on the clock. "Kobe was untouchable. He was too good for us," Brad Miller said.

Bryant showed the STAPLES crowd that you didn't need to be a giant to play the game as he avenged the ejection of Carlos Boozer. Kobe fouled All-star Center Brad Miller out in the process of sealing the game with 6 straight free throws. In the final three minutes of the match, Bryant dominated the 7 footer and made a fool out of him.

"After that scuffle which earned Booze that tech foul, I wasn't too happy," Bryant replied.

The Kings did have a chance to tie it up with the score at 94-91. The time remaining on the clock was 23.4 seconds. Bryant had already fouled Miller out a minute prior and the Kings surrendered a slim 91-89 lead. Mike Bibby made a mistake he should regret as he pump faked twice against Bryant and wasn't quick enough to get off a shot. Bryant swatted the ball into the stands.

The Kings then called a timeout and Kobe forced Bibby into another mistake, stealing the ball at midcourt with 7.4 seconds left. Kobe then was sent to the line to make two free throws and Artest stole the inbounds and ran the clock down for the Lakers to win Game 1.

"We're confident we can win the rest of this series," Magic Johnson said.

Brad Miller finished with 21, 16, 5 and 3 blocks. Webber and Peja scored 19 and 14 respectively while defensive minded Doug Christie played surprisingly well with 18, 7 and 5.

STATS

LAKERS

Points: 96
Rebounds: 38
Assists: 24
Steals: 10
Blocks: 5
Fouls: 15
FG: 45%
3pt: 33%
FT: 65%


KINGS

Points: 91
Rebounds: 39
Assists: 23
Steals: 7
Blocks: 6
Fouls: 21
FG: 51%
3pt: 20%
FT: 78%
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Postby Fresh8 on Wed Jun 15, 2005 12:04 am

OTHER GAME 1 RESULTS:

MIN @ SAS: 86 - 93 (Spurs lead 1-0)

WAS @ BOS: 84 - 85 (Boston leads 1-0)
PHI @ ORL: 102 - 76 (Sixers lead 1-0)
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Postby The X on Wed Jun 15, 2005 12:21 am

cheers....

nice win....you are the chosen one (Y) a bit of revenge no doubt....

good to see the Spurs and Celtics win....shame about 76ers though :( but Celtics will come through in the end :D
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Postby pHLo on Wed Jun 15, 2005 12:21 am

WEST
Lakers beat Kings 3-1
T-Wolves beat Spurs 3-2

EAST
Celtics beat Wizards 3-1
76ers beat Magic 3-1

sorry for being late :oops:
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Postby Ty-Land on Wed Jun 15, 2005 2:14 am

awesome dynasty! Makes me want to commit to starting and posting a decent one. It was a great read, took ages though. Now eyes are red haha! Anyway keep it up and I'll keep reading!

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Postby -BHZMAFIA- on Wed Jun 15, 2005 3:47 am

Nice win, looks like your dominating the playoffs :lol:
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Postby Fresh8 on Wed Jun 15, 2005 9:53 am

Thanks alot Mugs! btw, are u on cable or 56K? Did the pages in the middle load fast enough if ur on dialup?

And Mafia... thanks bro. The comp is actually playing harder in the playoffs...
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Postby Fresh8 on Wed Jun 15, 2005 7:58 pm

Kobe's Lakers 2-0 Good for the Kings

Sacramento Kings 112 @ Los Angeles Lakers 120

21-8 Los Angeles Lakers lead series against 19-10 Sacramento Kings 2-0


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ABOVE: Kobe Bryant (8) hits the trey to tie it up

Los Angeles – Defending NBA Champions, the Sacramento Kings need to watch their next step as the series swings back to Arco Arena. Any false move could mean elimination but PF Chris Webber hasn't counted out his team just yet.

"We got our backs against the wall. But that doesn't mean nothing."

Kobe Bryant was sensational in the clutch again and everyone is wondering when he is going to fail in the most exciting and important moments of games. Magic Johnson was awestruck when Bryant hit two triples in the final minute of regulation to save his team once more.

Kobe scored 11 in the fourth quarter and 10 in overtime. He finished with 40 points on 13 for 24 shooting from the field and added 9 out of 10 free throws. He also grabbed 7 rebounds for the Lakers who are only one game from clinching a spot in the Western Conference Finals.

Bryant was flanked by Kwame Brown's 22 and 13 and Ron Artest's 23, 9, 6 and 3 blocks. Carlos Boozer showed up with his usual double double and Fredrik Ratchuk dished out a playoff career high 13 assists.

Boozer was delighted with the win, "My individual stats don't matter. It's the win that counts. I remeber when me, Jay (Williams) and Mike (Dunleavy Jr.) played at Duke and we beat teams. It was good, we didn't care about stats."

Mike Bibby led the Kings with 29 points, 9 assists and 4 steals. Peja Stojakovic had 28, 4, 5 and Brad Miller added 18 and 14. The Kings tried hard to keep up with the Lakers for the full game and they were unlucky not to win it.

With 9:03 in the fourth quarter and a 3 point lead, Chris Webber fouled out. The big man wasn't playing very well as he ended the match with only 10 points and 4 rebounds in 29 foul plagued minutes. Sacramento kept up the intensity though and took advantage of the missing Ron Artest and Carlos Boozer, both sitting out large chunks of the final period due to foul trouble.

With 1:42 left, the Lakers trailed 98-101. Both teams had failed to score since the 3:12 mark and Byrant broke the deadlock with 1:14 on the clock with a three pointer. Los Angeles forced the Kings into a rushed jumper on the other end but failed to convert on their own side. Kobe then fouled Doug Christie whilst the Kings' SG was shooting a jumper.

Magic Johnson had gotten off the bench to yell at his star player. "You don't give away easy shots. He would have missed that jumper," Johnson complained. Christie sank all of his freebies to make the score 101-104 with only 36.9 left. Bryant then missed a three pointer on the other end and the Lakers sent Mike Bibby to the line. Luckily Bibby missed the three and the Lakers called timeout to have one last go to tie the game. And with 0.8 seconds lef ton the clock, Bryant converted.

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ABOVE: Kobe Bryant (8) sends it to OT with 0.8 left

The Lakers' bench erupted and the crowd stood and clapped as Kobe clebrated with his teammates. "That was another one, another miracle. Amazing," Kwame said, "I don't know how Kobe does it." Bibby shared the same opinion but in a much more bitter tone, "I don't know how he makes them. He shouldn't be allowed to shoot. Something's going on around here."

The Lakers came out of the short break and made the most of their overtime. Bryant scored 6 straight points before the Kings fought back to lead by 4. Kobe once again produced his herioics by stealing the ball at mid court to dunk it and then scoring off a pass on the fast break. Ron Artest's three pointer with 1:17 left, then his next 2 free throws iced the game for LA.

"We're going to Sacaramento to sweep the series. You all watch us!" Bryant screamed at cameras.

STATS

LAKERS

Points: 120
Rebounds: 48
Assists: 29
Steals: 10
Blocks: 5
Fouls: 25
FG: 51%
3pt: 28%
FT: 81%


KINGS

Points: 112
Rebounds: 34
Assists: 23
Steals: 13
Blocks: 7
Fouls: 24
FG: 44%
3pt: 33%
FT: 82%
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Postby Fresh8 on Wed Jun 15, 2005 7:59 pm

OTHER GAME 2 RESULTS:

MIN @ SAS: 101 - 93 (Tied 1-1)

WAS @ BOS: 94 - 78 (Tied 1-1)
PHI @ ORL: 80 - 89 (Tied 1-1)
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Postby The X on Wed Jun 15, 2005 8:19 pm

you're looking good for title (Y)
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Postby Fresh8 on Wed Jun 15, 2005 9:05 pm

an you guys see the pictures???
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Postby The X on Wed Jun 15, 2005 11:39 pm

yep, I like the 1st Kobe one....
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Postby Mark. on Thu Jun 16, 2005 12:44 am


Great win dude, pics look good, I like the angles.

Im loving these Kobe performances, also ive noticed your stats have gotten a lot mroe realistic (rebounding especially).
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Postby -BHZMAFIA- on Thu Jun 16, 2005 4:06 am

Kobe is unstoppable right now, I'm waiting on him to have a bad game now :P Nice win
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Postby HonorGlow on Thu Jun 16, 2005 7:45 am

...from the Annals of the 2005 Birdie Project: (info)

Sit's Lakers 2005-06 end of season Birdie Breakdown:
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Although barely achieving, Top 10 MVP status, Kwame Brown has done an excellent job as the Laker's go-to guy this season with his 24.11 Birdie Score ...and his Live Card is now enabled.

Another Top 20 breakthrough:
This Dynasty instance is currently ranked #16 on the Official 2005
Birdie Board


Complete 'Birdie Breakdown' coverage AND to see Brown's
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:!:NEW:!: See how Sit's Dynasty compares with others on the
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The Running Totals: (courtesy of the liveGMC synopsis module)
Best scorer: K. Bryant 31.8 pts/game (2004-05)
Best Rebounder: K. Brown 14.2 rbs/game (2005-06)
Best passer: J. Randall 3.15:1 AstTO Ratio(2005-06)

Hey Sit!: Thanks for filling out your Dynasty Questionnaire and as promised, your Dynasty synopsis is up. Looking for to another season of stats! Go Lakers!- Honor Glow
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Postby Sac-1 on Sat Jun 18, 2005 12:08 pm

so Sit you haven't posted anything in 2 days...i can't wait for game 3
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Postby Fresh8 on Sat Jun 18, 2005 12:30 pm

'Webber Ain't Breakin' No Promise'

Los Angeles Lakers 96 @ Sacramento Kings 117

21-8 Los Angeles Lakers lead series against 19-10 Sacramento Kings 2-1


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ABOVE: Chris Webber (4) Scored at will all night long

Sacramento – Chris Webber was very vocal leading up to the pivitol thrid game when the Kings had their backs against the wall. The Lakers were too top lofty leading up to it. Both factors along with the Kings' frontcourt playing top basketball led to the Kings' dominance over the Lakers.

The Pacific Division rivals played hard at it and by halftime, the Kings were already winning by 25. After that, the home team ran away with the win and forced a Game 4. Chris Webber dominated in the paint with 35 points o n14 for 15 shooting from the field. He added 6 boards, 4 dimes, a steal and 3 rejections. One of his swats was on Kobe Bryant which brang cheers from the packed Arco crowd.

Brad Miller fouled out early in the final period but was important in the team's performance as he finished on 26, 8, 6 and 3 blocks in 37 minutes of court time. Peja Stojakovic was sharp as he his 21 points.

The Kings played very physically, preventing LA's scorers from getting too far. The main piece of the Lakers team; Kobe Bryant was denied the ball on every occasion and unfortunately, his lakers' counterparts couldn't convert. Bryant shot 9 for 12 from the field but just didn't get enough chances to score. The captain finished with a team high 26, 4 and 7 assists. He also added a block and 4 steals in 37 minutes.

"I couldn't get open and Booze was having an offnight. Kwame wasn't feeling right either," Kobe said. Carlos Boozer's attempt at leading the team ended with 21 points, 13 rebounds in 41 minutes but he only shot 9 for 24 from the field. Kwame Brown finished with a double double with 11 and 10, lasting 41 minutes. But the 6'11" C fouled out and shot 3 for 12 from the field. Artest tried to help Bryant pick up the slack with 20, 6, 3, 2 blocks and 2 steals.

"I guess we underestimated the Kings. They're a good team you know," Artest stated after the match. Coach Magic Johnson criticised the team's performance, "I don't understand how you could allow yourselves to not take every game seriously. We've been through this before."

Chris Webber lead his side well and commented, "I told you we weren't going to give up. This is where it all begins. We're going to take Game 4 and going to work hard at Staples for the series."

STATS

LAKERS

Points: 96
Rebounds: 41
Assists: 20
Steals: 11
Blocks: 5
Fouls: 25
FG: 43%
3pt: 54%
FT: 80%


KINGS

Points: 117
Rebounds: 42
Assists: 25
Steals: 11
Blocks: 6
Fouls: 18
FG: 50%
3pt: 43%
FT: 81%
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Postby -BHZMAFIA- on Sat Jun 18, 2005 12:32 pm

GO KINGS! You actually was blown out in that game which is the first for the playoffs. Looks like this team may give you a run for your money, at least that's what I'm hoping. My playoff predictions are looking pretty good as well (Y)
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Postby Fresh8 on Sat Jun 18, 2005 12:32 pm

OTHER GAME 3 RESULTS:

SAS @ MIN: 112 - 94 (SAS lead 2-1)

BOS @ WAS: 104 - 70 (BOS lead 2-1)
ORL @ PHI: 86 - 61 (ORL lead 2-1)
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Postby Sac-1 on Sat Jun 18, 2005 12:36 pm

Yes.........Go Kings..........Philly only scored 61 points :shocked: ...well atleast they didn't make NBA history...the record for the lowest score is 54 by Utah
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Postby Fresh8 on Sat Jun 18, 2005 1:07 pm

SEASON AWARDS: The 2005-06 NBA Season Awards were announced last night

Most Valuable Player Kevin Garnett, MIN

The Minnesota Timberwolves' star forward continued in another year of dominance. KG narrowly beat out Sahquille O'Neal for the MVP award after leading the Minnesota Timberwolves to a Northwest Divison title and 18-11 record. Garnett came every night to play for his teams and currently is in the playoffs facing off against Tim Duncan and the Spurs.

Garnett averaged 23.6 ppg, 12.8 rpg, 3.5 apg, 2 spg and 2.8 bpg in 41 mpg. He started every game of the season and shot outstandingly from the field at a .560 clip, .390 from the three point line and .810 from the stripe. GM Kevin McHale was pleased with his franchise player, "Kevin deserves this acolade. He has stuck with the team for so long and we haven't had a chance to award him with a championship. I'm sure his time will come one day."

Defensive Player of the Year Ben Wallace, DET

Big Ben is the reason for Detroit's dominance. The Pistons' defence revlolves around him and Wallace tried to get involved in the offence this season and did well shooting at .470 from the field and averaged 13 ppg. The monster who was undrafted in his career, added his usual defensive stats with 12.4 rpg, 2.8 bpg and 2.4 spg. Wallace played a very high 41.2 mpg.

The undersized C however, looks like he will be cutting ties with the Pistons next season as his contract expires and he is looking for a change after being the scapegoat for the Pistons' early playoff exit.

GotMilk? Rookie of the Year Cothran Tyson, CHA

In a close race between three second round picks, Remus McCarty and Tyson, the Bobcat won convincingly in the vote. Tyson along with Emeka Okafor led the Bobcats to an extra 6 wins over the course of the season and Charlotte won more games at the end of the season when Tyson started to heat up.

After finishing last season at an awful 6-23 record, this year they ended the season at a much improved 12-17 performance. "There's still a lot of room for improvement," Ernie Bickerstaff said. Tyson, an Indiana product averaged 16.3 ppg, 4 rpg, 5 apg and 1.7 spg. He can mprove his efficiency too as he only shot at .350 from the field. But as the Bobcats have said, "They're in no rush."

Sixth Man of the Year Etan Thomas, WAS

The Wizards made the playoffs only just. Down the final stretch of the season, Etan Thomas was something special. Coach Eddie Jordan even said, "I hope Etan can continue this good form into the playoffs." The Wizards' big man backup averaged 12 ppg and 8 rpg for the final 7 games of the season as he helped secure a playoff spot.

Thomas played 25 mpg off the pine and always provided the energy Washington lacked after close games. He averaged 5.9 ppg, 7.9 rpg, 1 bpg and 1 apg as he scored by shooting .480 from the field.

Most Improved Player Dwight Howard, ORL

The super sophomore from high school took his game to a new level in his second year. Dwight Howard impressed fans and coaches all over the league with his ability to do everything that Orlando needed. On an already packed roster, Howard fit in well amongst scorers Steve Francis and Cuttino Mobley and he also fit in well with leader Grant Hill and big man Kelvin Cato. Hill has been impressed with Howard since day one, "Howard walked in and fit into the mold of role player all too well. He will get his turn to lead one day."

Howard helped lead the Magic to a Southeast Divison title and an 18-11 record; good for a 2nd seeding in the East. He averaged 16 ppg, 8.5 rpg, 3 apg, 1.6 bpg in 36 mpg.

Coach of the Year Larry Brown, DET

Larry Brown lead the Pistons on a romp throughout the NBA season as they finished on top of the League with a 26-3 record. Having only lost only one game up to the All-Star break, Detroit looked like a championship certainty until Ben Wallace and the managment had their run-ins and Rasheed Wallace and Rip Hamilton's disagreements resurfaced.

The coach couldn't fix the team up in time for the playoffs as they made a surprise exit out of the playoffs but he will be remembered for his efforts in leading the team. (Home: 13-2, Away: 13-1)

General Manager of the Year William Sit, LAL

Ex-Laker Boss William Sit turned LA into a serious championship contender. Even though, last season the team was already good, Sit was able to add big man Carlos Boozer and defensive stalwart Ron Artest to fill in voids which are more improtant than scoring that Lamar Odom and Caron Butler could only provide. He also added PG Fredrik Ratchuk who surprised critics around the league with his ability to fit in. The Lakers dominated with Kobe and showed that they were deep enough to not miss the absence of their star player for half the season.
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Postby The X on Sat Jun 18, 2005 1:49 pm

good to see Cothran Tyson win Rookie of Year....looking forward to my man Cooper taking it next year (Y)
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Postby HonorGlow on Sat Jun 18, 2005 5:25 pm

I want you to shut down Cothran Tyson next time you meet up with Charlotte! I want to see gooseeggs all across the board!
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Postby Fresh8 on Sun Jun 19, 2005 11:36 am

X wrote:good to see Cothran Tyson win Rookie of Year....looking forward to my man Cooper taking it next year


Oh, we shall see about Cooper! However, with the Cats somehow I dont think they will make the playoffs because of the simulation engine.. it sux! (N)

Honor wrote:I want you to shut down Cothran Tyson next time you meet up with Charlotte! I want to see gooseeggs all across the board!


Why gooseeggs? i dont understand!

Also, Game 4 will be up in a few hours... Will the Lakers move to the next round or will the KINGS force Game 5? Wait and see!
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Postby -BHZMAFIA- on Sun Jun 19, 2005 5:18 pm

Really good job on the award announcements. Maybe you could've put Kobe in that category of a top 2 vote getter with the way he performed after coming back from his injury. Maybe he just didn't play enough games though.
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