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    WARRIORS

    PG: Steph Curry
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    SG: Gerald Henderson



    SF: Kevin Durant
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    PF: Derrick Favors
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    C: Deandre Jordan
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    BENCH:
    Greivis Vasquez/ Eric Maynor
    Shannon Brown
    Chase Budinger/James Johnson
    Glen Davis
    Tristan Thompson


    Very young team modeled after the thunder.. will be the best team out of all rosters in a couple of years
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    Jazz roster:

    C - Nene, Zaza Pachulia
    PF - Ersan Ilyasova, Amir Johnson, Renaldo Balkman
    SF - Marvin Williams, Mike Dunleavy, Luke Babbitt
    SG - Kobe Bryant, Kyle Korver,
    PG - George Hill, Beno Udrih

    Bench: C - Zaza, SF - Dunleavy, SG - Korver

    My goal is to average 20 3-pointers per game. I have a dynamic post scorer in Nene, a wing scorer with Kobe, and they are surrounded by athletic wing shooters who can defend as well. I have a high efficiency team which can shoot, defend, and rebound with a strong bench with shooters and size in the front court.
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    Emeka Okafor - Joe Smith - Carmelo Anthony - Manu Ginobili - Jason Williams

    Al Jefferson - James Posey - Aaron McKie - Shaun Livingston

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    Cavaliers

    PG Andre Miller
    SG Demar Derozan
    SF Caron Butler
    PF David Lee
    C Marc Gasol

    Bench
    SG Jamal Crawford
    SF Richard Jefferson
    PG Devin Harris
    PF Dejuan Blair
    Last edited by speedyG; 05-27-2012 at 12:35 PM.

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    Grizzlies

    PG Ricky Rubio / DJ Augustin / Jerryd Bayless
    SG James Harden / Willie Green / Rudy Fernandez
    SF Tayshaun Prince / Grant Hill
    PF Brandon Bass / Patrick Patterson
    C Kendrick Perkins / Ian Mahinmi
    Last edited by speedyG; 06-12-2012 at 04:10 PM.

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    My (and trell's) Cavaliers team is complete, for now. Still entertaining trades - would like more perimeter shooting in the starting lineup. Derozan is definitely on the trade block for something that could help w/ that.

    Either way, I really like this team as far as depth is concerned, though there is no go-to-guy (which happens when all of your picks are between rounds 3 and 8) - I would be surprised to see a deeper team from 1 to 12, though.

    I'm sure this team will be a Denver Nuggets/Indiana Pacers style team that uses depth and preaches team play. All 12 teammates have a role right now. As of now, just about all of our perimeter shooting will come off the bench, with Turkoglu, Crawford, Novak, and Jefferson (with some corner 3's). In the starting lineup, Harris and Butler can hit from outside when needed.

    The pick-and-roll game will be excellent w/ Harris and either Lee or Gasol.....our starting 5 should be able to pick-and-roll teams to death. We plan to use our superior depth to adapt to whatever is needed as far as matchups. Turkoglu and Crawford will both be awesome 6th men, depending on our team's need. Butler and Derozen will penetrate and get to the foul line quite a bit.

    Turkoglu is a key to this team as he can play multiple positions (SG, SF, PF) and is a great passer out of any position. He provides depth all over the court supposing there's any foul trouble. Like the Indiana Pacers, we plan to be one of the most physical teams in the NBA, being that foul trouble won't cripple us with our team depth. We hope to get at least 4 or 5 good hard fouls from Blair and Psycho-T when facing the league's top bigs and penetrators. Our 2nd unit is almost as strong as our 1st, which will be good for us and bad for the opponent as the game wears on. I'd say we have the most depth in this entire league...the key is finding out if our starters pull through.

    Starters

    PG Devin Harris (I like him better as a starter than Andre Miller - he is capable of more offense, and is a moderately good 3P shooter)
    SG Demar Derozan (slasher)
    SF Caron Butler (solid defender/slasher)
    PF David Lee
    C Marc Gasol (love our starting frontcourt duo)

    Bench
    SF Hedo Turkoglu - very versatile reserve, can play multiple positions
    SG Jamal Crawford - 6th man - quick scoring option
    SF Richard Jefferson - proven vet presence -
    PG Andre Miller - excellent backup PG
    PF Dejuan Blair - solid reserve PF/banger
    PF Tyler Hansborough (for some hard fouls and crazy hustle plays off the bench)
    SF Steve Novak (pure 3-point specialist - best percentage in the NBA)

    Depth Chart

    PG 1 - Harris 2 - Miller 3 - Crawford
    SG 1 - Derozen 2 - Crawford 3 - Turkoglu
    SF 1 - Butler 2 - Turkoglu 3 - Jefferson 4- Novak (3p specialist)
    PF 1 - Lee 2- Blair 3 - Turkoglu
    C 1 - Gasol 2- Hansbrough 3- Blair
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    PG: Kyle Lowry/Jordan Farmar/John Lucas
    SG: Ray Allen/Daniel Green
    SF: Shawn Marion/Corey Maggette
    PF: Carlos Boozer/Antawn Jamison/Drew Gooden
    C: Dwight Howard/Boris Diaw/Drew Gooden
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    PG: Kyle Lowry/Jordan Farmar
    SG: Ray Allen/Daniel Green
    SF: Shawn Marion/Corey Maggette
    PF: Carlos Boozer/Antawn Jamison
    C: Dwight Howard/Boris Diaw
    man you have a legit team

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    Thank you dawg.

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    Guys don't forget to update your rosters

    "I'm not going to allow my putative owner to answer that question, this is an NBA related press conference. Paul Tagliabue and Roger Goodell have collectively sung their praises of Tom and if uh ESPN has a problem with that tell Mr. Skipper to call me at my office."

  10. #35
    Sonics:
    Starters
    PG: Jeremy Lin
    SG: Tyreke Evans
    SF: Jared Dudley
    PF: Lamarcus Aldridge
    C: Al Jefferson

    Bench
    PG: Steve Blake, Will Bynum
    SG: Gary Neal
    SF: Jeff Green
    PF: Darell Arthur, Troy Murphy
    C: Joel Pryzbilla
    Last edited by speedyG; 06-13-2012 at 04:26 AM.

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    Rubicon:
    PG Deron Williams/JJ Barea/Jimmer Fredette
    SG Rip Hamilton/Vince Carter/Jodie Meeks
    SF Sam Young/Gary Forbes
    PF Blake Griffin/Jason Thompson
    C Nikola Pekovic/Greg Stiemsma

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    The Boston Celtics

    PG - Chris Paul - Jason Kidd
    SG - Brandon Rush - Stephen Jackson - Marco Belinelli
    SF - Ron Artest - Stephen Jackson
    PF - Ryan Anderson - Carl Landry
    C - Tyson Chandler - Chuck Hayes - Aaron Gray

    This team was built around the pick and roll brilliance of Chris Paul. Paul has been surrounded with the perfect plethora of shooters and big men capable of operating in the pick n roll. Anderson will act as the main pick and pop man, and with his incredible efficiency, should be a deadly target. With the defense and alley oop threat of Tyson Chandler, the Celtics will be diverse on both ends and look to pose a threat to any team.

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    Starting 5:
    C Emeka Okafor
    PF Josh Smith
    SF Danny Granger
    SG Nick Young
    PG Jose Calderon

    With the starting group, plenty of offensive shooting power with Nick Young and Danny Granger at the 3 and 2 spots, with a decent point guard in Jose Calderon. Josh Smith has the ability to go outside on the perimeter or to bring it in from midrange to the rim providing even more scoring from the four. Finally at the 5, a defensive anchor in Mek, to help balance out the scoring from 2-4 spots.

    Bench:

    Taj Gibson CJ Miles
    Landry Fields Eric Bledsoe
    Ed Davis Francisco Garcia
    Jordan Crawford
    Bench provides plenty of scoring options and also has some defenders in Taj, Bledsoe, and Landry Fields

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