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PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 10:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tatupu_64 wrote:
Any chance you'll get either of your injured guys back by the finals?
No both players say "season" under length of injury.
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Clutch5000 wrote:
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Were there any surprise rookies that became all stars that you didn't expect?
On my team or others? Do you mean CPU generated rookies or 2016 real life rookies?
From 2016


Interesting question.

C Joel Embiid (90 OVR) - While he's not a 2016 draftee most consider him a rookie this year. He's one of the top 5 overall players in the NBA at this point. 5 time All Star and a 2nd team ALL NBA.

SF Ben Simmons (85 OVR) - He's the top rated player from the 2016 class. Him and Embiid make a formidable duo for the 76ers that knocked me out of the playoffs last year. He's a 6 time All Star, one time 1st team ALL NBA, one time 3rd team ALL NBA. Also won Rookie of the Year.

PG Dejounte Murray (83 OVR) - He was the 29th pick in the 2016 draft to the Spurs. He's still with the Spurs and their starter. Never made an All Star team but the second highest OVR player from that class.

PF Marquese Chriss (82 OVR) - 8th pick in the 2016 draft to the Suns, he's still with the Suns and their starter. Never made an All Star team.

SF Brandon Ingram (82 OVR) - 2nd pick in the 2016 draft to the Lakers. He's been buried on the depth chart behind Kevin Durant for years, who signed with LA in free agency. He has however been to one All Star game and won 6th man of the year twice.

C Thon Maker (82 OVR) - 10th pick in the 2016 draft to the Bucks, he's now the starting Center for the Cavaliers after being with the Bucks for years. He's made one All Star Team and a 3rd team ALL NBA.

SG Jamal Murray (81 OVR) - 7th pick in the 2016 draft to the Nuggets, he's still with them and their starting SG. Never made an All Star team.

SG Caris LeVert (81 OVR) - 20 pick in the 2016 draft to the Nets, he was on my team for several season but now plays for the Pistons. Never made an All Star team.

C Georgios Papagiannis (80 OVR) - 13th pick in the 2016 draft to the Suns. He's the starting Center for the Knicks. No All Star games.

SF Jaylen Brown (80 OVR) - 3rd pick in the 2016 draft to the Celtics, he was with the Celtics for awhile but now plays for Miami. No All Star games.

PF Deyonta Davis (79 OVR) - the 1st pick of the 2nd round in 2016, selected by the Celtics. He is the starting PF for the Grizzlies. No All Star games.

A few guys who've made an impact but not much.
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Game 1 Eastern Conference Finals – Year 8

Wizards
PG – John Wall (82)
SG – Bradley Beal (82)
SF – Otto Porter (79)
PF – Damontas Sabonis
C – Otis Drew (80) – (2017 #8 overall pick

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Nets
PG – Jared Walker (82)
SG – Gary Wesley (81)
SF – Oliver Dawson (80)
PF – Gene Garrett (86)
C – Michael Bennett (77)

Final Score 96-70 Nets Win

* I’m playing 6 min quarters and have the game set to multiply the stats out to full min quarters. Hence all stats are doubled.

Field Goals – (Wizards) 24/74, 32%, (Nets) 32/84, 38%
3 Points – (Wizards) 4/24, 17%, (Nets) 2/22, 9%
Free Throws – (Wizards) 18/22, 82%, (Nets) 30/32, 94%
Points in the Paint – (Wizards) 24, (Nets) 16
Bench Points – (Wizards) 50, (Nets) 32
Offensive Rebounds – (Wizards) 8, (Nets) 24
Defensive Rebounds – (Wizards) 28, (Nets) 40
Steals – (Wizards) 4, (Nets) 8
Blocks – (Wizards) 10, (Nets) 4

Top Scorers:
PF G Garrett – 28
SG G Wesley – 18
C C Macy – 12

PF/C D Sabonis – 30
C O Drew – 10
PF A Payne - 6

Comments:
This was a weird game, I shot terrible (I hit 9% from 3) but the Wizards were even worse. I won this game because I made a bunch of free throws and got a bunch of put-back points off offensive rebounds. I was concerned about their more famous starting 3, but John Wall finished with zero points, Bradley Beal had 2 points and Otto Porter scored 4 points. Most of their points came inside from Sabonis and Drew who were both difficult to guard.

PF Gene Garrett carried the team again with 28 points and 16 rebounds. C Michael Bennett added 10 points and 12 rebounds. SF Oliver Dawson had a weird game where he scored zero points but grabbed 14 rebounds for me.
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Game 2 Eastern Conference Finals

This same was simmed, Nets won 98-96 and lead the series 2-0.


Game 3 Eastern Conference Finals

Final Score 112-82 Nets Win

* I’m playing 6 min quarters and have the game set to multiply the stats out to full min quarters. Hence all stats are doubled.

Field Goals – (Wizards) 30/79, 38%, (Nets) 38/85, 45%
3 Points – (Wizards) 10/27, 37%, (Nets) 13/26, 50%
Free Throws – (Wizards) 11/15, 73%, (Nets) 22/25, 88%
Points in the Paint – (Wizards) 54, (Nets) 64
Bench Points – (Wizards) 28, (Nets) 38
Offensive Rebounds – (Wizards) 13, (Nets) 16
Defensive Rebounds – (Wizards) 32, (Nets) 39
Steals – (Wizards) 5, (Nets) 9
Blocks – (Wizards) 10, (Nets) 1

Top Scorers:
PG J Walker – 34
SF O Dawson – 22
PG T McLeod – 20

SF O Porter – 16
PG J Wall – 16
SG B Beal - 16

Comments:
The Wizards again struggled to score, yet this time their big 3 faired better. All 3 of them finished with 16 points, although they got barely anything from their supporting cast.

My guys dominated the boards again, with SF Dawson getting 12, PF Garrett pulling in 10 and C Bennett grabbing 12. PF Gene Garrett struggled in this game, only having 6 points, but starting PG Jared Walker had the best game of his career with 34 points, 2 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals. He hit 6 three pointers in the game.

I’m pretty unimpressed with the defending champs.


Game 4 Eastern Conference Finals

This game was simmed, Nets won 86-67 and swept the Wizards. On to the NBA Finals against the Spurs.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 1 NBA Finals – Year 8

Spurs
PG – Dejounte Murray (83)
SG – Troy Miller (84) - #1 overall pick in 2020
SF – Kawhi Leonard (88)
PF – Reggie Rowe (76) - #3 overall pick in 2023
C – Henry Ellenson (77)

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Nets
PG – Jared Walker (82)
SG – Gary Wesley (81)
SF – Oliver Dawson (80)
PF – Gene Garrett (86)
C – Michael Bennett (77)

Final Score 136-120 Nets Win

* I’m playing 6 min quarters and have the game set to multiply the stats out to full min quarters. Hence all stats are doubled.

Field Goals – (Spurs) 42/92, 46%, (Nets) 46/94, 49%
3 Points – (Spurs) 10/34, 29%, (Nets) 14/44, 32%
Free Throws – (Spurs) 26/38, 68%, (Nets) 30/30, 100%
Points in the Paint – (Spurs) 44, (Nets) 54
Bench Points – (Spurs) 18, (Nets) 46
Offensive Rebounds – (Spurs) 24, (Nets) 26
Defensive Rebounds – (Spurs) 22, (Nets) 38
Steals – (Spurs) 22, (Nets) 12
Blocks – (Spurs) 4, (Nets) 10

Top Scorers:
PF G Garrett – 62
PF I Dsida – 22
C C Macy – 14

SG T Miller – 36
SF K Leonard – 30
PG D Murray - 20

Comments:
Don’t adjust your screens, PF Gene Garret just dropped 62 points on the Spurs. He went 6 for 18 from three point range, 20 for 36 from the field overall, and hit 16 of 16 free throw attempts. 62 points is the most points scored in a game in Nets history, and he did it in the NBA finals. Seriously though he was hitting everything, and their PF can’t play defense at all.

I also completely destroyed them in rebounding. Backup PF Itsi Dsida had 12 rebounds and 22 points in the game (he hit 3 three pointers). Starting Center Michael Bennett pulled in a whopping 22 rebounds in the game. Starting PG Jared Walker was 4 for 4 from 3 point range and had 8 assists.

The Spurs wings are talented, SG Troy Miller killed me outside all game, scoring 36 points, mostly from mid-range. Kawhi Leonard not only scored 30 points but had 12 freaking steals. The guy is a huge nuisance defensively. Their PG Murray scored 20 points and had 8 assists. I was actually blowing them out early in the game, but they went on a 14-2 run to start the 4th quarter to tie the game. Then PF Garrett hit a 3 or two and they had to start fouling which opened up the lead. Should be a good series.
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Game 2 NBA Finals

This game was simmed, the Nets won 104-79 and lead the series 2-0.


Game 3 NBA Finals

I simmed this game too because I wanted to play the deciding game in case I won Game 3. I did, Nets won 92-85 and lead the series 3-0.


Game 4 NBA Finals

Final Score 94-81 Nets Win

* I’m playing 6 min quarters and have the game set to multiply the stats out to full min quarters. Hence all stats are doubled.

Field Goals – (Spurs) 29/72, 40%, (Nets) 30/79, 38%
3 Points – (Spurs) 4/15, 27%, (Nets) 5/24, 21%
Free Throws – (Spurs) 19/25, 76%, (Nets) 29/29, 100%
Points in the Paint – (Spurs) 32, (Nets) 30
Bench Points – (Spurs) 20, (Nets) 33
Offensive Rebounds – (Spurs) 8, (Nets) 18
Defensive Rebounds – (Spurs) 30, (Nets) 35
Steals – (Spurs) 12, (Nets) 8
Blocks – (Spurs) 4, (Nets) 10

Top Scorers:
PF G Garrett – 24
C M Bennett – 18
PG T McLeod – 16

SF K Leonard – 20
SG T Miller – 18
C R Rowe - 18

Comments:
This was a grind to the finish. The Spurs played a heck of a game defensively but couldn’t score.

I can’t say enough about my roster that they stepped up and let me win a title without Swift and Dupin. Playing these games has felt like I was playing with another team since my top two scorers have been out the entire playoffs. My first ever draft pick got to shine, PF Gene Garrett proved his worth and won NBA Finals MVP. He really might be my most valuable player due to his versatility. He can play defense, rebound, shoot 3s, he’s athletic enough to run the pick and roll and drive to the basket, and he can post up. He’s the complete package. Maybe I haven’t been using him enough up till now.

The supporting cast stepped up as well. Center Michael Bennett certainly showed he can be a force. Backup Center Macy also dominated in rebounding. SF Oliver Dawson is the best perimeter defender I have on my roster. SG Wesley had his moments. I think backup PG Tim McCleod can handle the starting role if starting PG Walker leaves in free agency. Rookie PF Dsida had a huge playoffs and added another dimension to my 2nd string offense. It was an exciting playoffs.

NBA CHAMPIONS!!!!


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Offseason Happenings

The #1 seed Nets won the NBA Championship over the #1 seed Spurs.
Gene Garrett won Finals MVP. (woot)
Notable Retirements: Kyle Lowry, LaMarcue Aldridge, Brook Lopez, Derrick Rose, Jeremy Lin, Kenneth Faried,
Staff Retirements: Mike D’Antoni
HOF Inductees: None
Jersey Retirements: None


Year 9 Budget

Player Payroll - $158.70 mil
Staff Payroll - $15.00 mil
Arena Operations - $13.71 mil
Team Operations - $40.00 mil
Promotions - $7.50 mil
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Draft Lottery

I have the #13 odds via the Heat pick, and the #9 odds via the Pistons (except that pick is top 3 protected). The top 5 odds are:

1. Bucks (25.0%)
2. Suns (17.8%)
3. Heat via Grizzlies (17.7%)
4. Clippers (11.9%)
5. Timberwolves (7.6%)

Who’s it going to be…..

My pick at 13 held. So did my pick at 9. The Kings have jumped from 6 into the top 3. The Suns have the #3 overall pick, the Kings land #2, and the Bucks have won the NBA lottery.
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2024 NBA Draft

Draft Picks

Round 1 – 9
Round 1 – 13
Round 1 – 27
Round 1 – 30
Round 2 – 34
Round 2 – 52

I have way too many picks in this draft so I’m going to have to make some moves as I can’t fit this many new players on my roster.

*TRADE*

Minnesota Timberwolves Receive
#34 overall pick
#52 overall pick

Brooklyn Nets Receive:
2025 Clippers 2nd Round Pick
2026 76ers 2nd Round Pick

I’m just pushing these 2nds to future assets, as they can be used for trades later.

*TRADE*

Dallas Mavericks Receive
#27 overall
#30 overall

Brooklyn Nets Receive
2025 Mavs 1st Round Pick (top 3 protected)

I’m selling two very late firsts for a future first that could end up in the lottery.

Draft Starts

I really need to land a backup SF in this draft as I expect SF Oliver Dawson to leave in free agency.

#1 overall is PG Rex Ingram (76 OVR), he’s should be a good player after he develops. The Kings take PF Ervin Welch #2 (74 OVR), he’s a beast stretch 4 prospect. PF Franklin Hood (77 OVR) goes #3 to the Clippers, he’s an undersized 4 but might be more talented overall than the two taken before him. The Jazz select PG Jackie Dean (76 OVR), he should be a solid PG going forward. The Cavaliers have traded aging Kevin Love to the Clippers for #5 overall. The Cavs take SF Rob Wright at 5 (73 OVR), that really sucks cause I would have taken him at 9. The Timberwolves take SG Rick Morrison (71 OVR) at 6 overall. The Pelicans have traded Demarcus Cousins and a 2026 first for #7 and SF Jae Crowder. The Pelicans take SG Helmut Lindemann at 7, and PG Tom Perry goes 8 to the Hawks. I’m on the clock.

Here’s the top player available at 9:

SG Jacque Dupin – 6’5” 214 lbs (6’4” WS), France – DE Rank #6 – 69 OVR with B- potential. He’s likely Alian Dupins little brother but he doesn’t have his size. He does have 77 SPD and 82 ACC which are solid for a guard, but he’s not long enough to play backup SF. He’s a relatively good shooter for a rookie and a solid defender. His potential isn’t off the charts though and he doesn’t have any badges.

I gotta be honest I usually list more options but the rest of the best players are all PFs and Cs , which I’m completely stacked with on my roster.

With the 9th pick in the NBA Draft the Brooklyn Nets select:




SG Jacque Dupin – 6’5” 214 lbs (6’4” WS), France – DE Rank #6 – 69 OVR with B- potential. This was the only pick I could make. He’s decent athletically and can shoot from outside. He can man the backup 2 guard role and I can move the 6’6” Barber to the backup SF role.

My next pick is at 13 overall.

Here’s the top player available at 13:

C Carl Slaughter – 7’1” 284 lbs (7’4” WS), FSU – DE Rank #10 – 70 OVR with A- potential. He’s raw but he has great potential as well as these badges: Dream-Like Up & Under, Defensive Stopper, Pick Dodger, & Brick Wall. I’m already pretty logjammed at Center as it is though.

SF Fabricio Rivera - 6’9” 221 lbs (7’2” WS), Argentima – DE Rank #30 – 65 OVR with C- potential. Trust me, Rivera is the next most interesting prospect. He has great athleticism for a SF with 93 SPD and 84 ACC, as well as a 93 vertical. He should develop in time to a great backup SF. He has a decent mid range jumper but is completely raw else – wise.

With the 13th pick in the NBA Draft the Brooklyn Nets select:



SF Fabricio Rivera - 6’9” 221 lbs (7’2” WS), Argentima – DE Rank #30 – 65 OVR with C- potential.
I need a backup SF behind Dupin and this guy might has elite athleticism, I just need to teach him to play basketball.

Another draft is over for me. I expect Dupin will be able to contribute right away to my reserve unit but Rivera will be a long term project.

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Team Options

C Michael Bennett (77) - $4.05 mil - tendered – He’s worth every penny. He can start in a pinch but is one of my best versatile backups.

C Arif Akyel (76) - $2.16 mil – tendered – He’s too talented to just dump. If one of my Centers go down he’s a great player to take their place.

PG Chinanu Fraser (76) - $2.43 mil – tendered – I expect he will be my backup PG this season.

Qualifying Offers

PG Jared Walker (83) - $4.00 mil – tendered – Might as well offer Walker a qualifying offer but I expect to lose him in free agency.

SF Cliff Lyons (69) - $1.75 mil – not tendered – I didn’t find Lyons useful in the playoffs at all and have decided to move on.
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Free Agency

I desperately need a backup SF if Oliver Dawson Leaves.

Signed SF Oliver Dawson to a 3-year $36.25 mil extension. Welp, nevermind.

Signed SG Howie Barber to a 5-year $8.00 mil extension.

Signed PG Valmilton Costa to a 3-year $3.60 mil deal. I need someone to fill out the bottom of my roster and he has decent athleticism and potential rating.

Signed PF Philip Webb to a 1-year $1.14 mil deal. He’s a stretch 4, needed a guy to fill out the bottom of the roster. Probably won’t retain long term.

I had to let backup Center Clay Macy leave in free agency because I'm logjammed at the position, especially once Jerry Swift comes back from injury. He signed a 3-year $8.29 mil deal with the Clippers.

Major Contract Signings:

PG D’Angelo Russelll – Lakers – 4 years, $119.89 mil
PF Javier Cortez – Jazz – 5 years, $153.02 mil (#3 pick 2017)
SG Devin Booker – Celtics – 4 years, $119.89 mil
C Frankie Daniels – Raptors – 4 years, $50.77 mil (former Net)
PG Isaiah Thomas – Celtics – 3 years, $53.00 mil
PG Howie Holmes – Raptors – 4 years, $109.86 mil
PG Damian Lillard – Trailblazers – 4 years, $104.11 mil
PG Jared Walker – Cavaliers – 3 years, $73.35 mil (sucks)
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Took you long enough to win it all. Wink
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Top 25 Players in NBA – Year 9

1. PG Havel Sandor, Grizzlies, 26 years old – 94 OVR (2019 #1 overall pick)
2. C Karl Anthony Towns, Timberwolves, 28 years old – 92 OVR
3. SF Kevin Durant, Lakers, 36 years old – 92 OVR
4. C Sergei Elliot, Pelicans, 25 years old – 89 OVR (2020 #3 overall pick)
5. PG Mirko Radja, Mavericks, 26 years old – 89 OVR (2019 #5 overall pick)
6. SF Elton Kennedy, Magic, 28 years old – 89 OVR (2017 #1 overall pick)
7. C Joel Embiid, 76ers, 30 years old – 89 OVR
8. PF Anthony Davis, Pelicans, 31 years old – 88 OVR
9. C Nikola Jokic, Nuggets, 29 years old – 87 OVR
10. PF Bill Romero, Nuggets, 24 years old – 87 OVR (2020 #2 overall pick)
11. PF Kristaps Porzingis, Knicks, 29 years old – 86 OVR
12. PF Gene Garrett, Nets, 28 years old – 86 OVR (2017 #16 overall pick)
13. C Myles Turner, Pacers, 28 years old – 86 OVR
14. PG Russell Westbrook, Raptors, 35 years old – 86 OVR
15. SF Alain Dupin, Nets, 27 years old – 86 OVR (2019 #10 overall pick)
16. C Andre Drummond, Thunder, 31 years old – 85 OVR
17. SF Giannis Antetokounmpo, Bucks, 29 years old – 85 OVR
18. PF Jabari Parker, Bucks, 29 years old – 85 OVR
19. SF Kawhi Leonard, Spurs, 33 years old – 85 OVR
20. SG James Harden, Rockets, 35 years old – 85 OVR
21. PG D’Angelo Russell, Lakers, 28 years old – 85 OVR
22. SG Devin Murray, Hornets, 26 years old – 85 OVR (2021 #4 overall pick)
23. SG Devin Booker, Celtics, 27 years old – 85 OVR
24. SG Troy Miller, Spurs, 24 years old – 84 OVR (2020 #1 overall pick)
25. PF Javier Cortez, Jazz, 29 years old – 84 OVR (2017 #3 overall pick)

- You don’t see Jerry Swift on this list because he’s still out another 4-6 months with his ACL tear.

- The league is regressing in talent, the draft classes the computer has been creating has not been replenishing the top end talent enough. There are currently only 3 players in the league over 90 OVR. To compensate I have created my own draft class with 25 A+ potential players that will be the draft class this next season. I won’t draft any of these players myself, the point is to infuse the other teams in the league with talent to increase my competition.
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bucsfan333 wrote:
Took you long enough to win it all. Wink
That was my 2nd! But thanks.
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Opening Day Roster – Year 9

PG – Tim McLeod (81 OVR) – 28 min
SG – Gary Wesley (82 OVR) – 30 min
SF – Alain Dupin (86 OVR) – 34 min
PF – Gene Garrett (86 OVR) – 34 min
C – Michael Bennett (79 OVR) – 30 min

6th man, SF – Oliver Dawson (82 OVR) – 28 min
7, PG – Chinanu Fraser (78 OVR) – 20 min
8, SG – Howie Barber (77 OVR) – 16 min
9, C – Arif Akyel (77 OVR) – 12 min
10, PF – Itsi Dsida (71 OVR) – 8 min
11, SG – Jacque Dupin (73 OVR) –0 min
12, SF – Fabricio Rivera (66 OVR) – 0 min
13, PG – Valmilton Costa (67 OVR) – 0 min
Inactive, C – Jerry Swift (injured) – 0 min
Inactive, PF – Philip Webb (66) (Inactive) – 0 min

The biggest changes this year are my new starting PG Tim McLeod, who takes over for Walker. He’s a more balanced player than Walker, as he’s a better perimeter defender but Walker was the bigger offensive threat. Jerry Swift is out 4-6 months still recovering from his ACL, hopefully he comes back before the start of the playoffs.

This is going to be my last year with the Nets. I’m not going to abandon doing this franchise mode, but I’m getting bored playing with the same players. So after this season I plan on jumping to a new team and building up another roster.
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