Even if they were lowballed they ended up with fair contracts, none of the decent free agents signed that first sim if they had a lowball contract. I'm all for making it easier on CP3 so I'm fine with this way but I don't think it will be better. But I think the blame lies on us, we shouldn't hand out 60 million in offers if we only have 15 million in cap space. You can't try to sign your option A, B, and C at the same time.
HR Sim League Boston Celtics - 2002 World Champions
C: Shaquille O'Neal / Josh Boone
PF: Chris Webber / Jamie Feick
SF: Grant Hill / Josh Childress
SG: J.J. Reddick / David Wesley
PG: Sam Cassell / Steve Blake
Emeka Okafor - Al Jefferson - Carmelo Anthony - Manu Ginobili - Aaron McKie
Joe Smith - James Posey - Mateen Cleaves
I mean boy there was some definite lowballing going on....
"I want ONLY 9 eyebrows in the starting lineup for the Hornets next year." I typed this before the draft lottery
I'm still happy about the deals I gave out to Alexander and Brown. Alexander has been great for me and I was able to move Brown in a deal that brought in 2 great talents.
HR Re-Draft: New York Knicks
You also had to send two first rounders and gave up the best talent in a deal to get rid of him. I was very surprised anyone took that contract TBH.
2004-2005 Sim League World Champion Los Angeles Lakers
Still not sure why anyone was even considering giving Brown a contract like that. I'm sure beeball is already considering ways to get rid of that contract.
i'm looking for a backup SF that can play D (A- or better) and has an inside game and does not turn the ball over, although if we trade he may get infected by the Lakers turnover disease.
battie available for points
HR Sim League - Philadelphia 76er's (0-0)
Chauncey Billups | Jerry Stackhouse| Danny Granger| Kenyon Martin | Marcus Camby
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HR Sim League: NY Knicks
PG Tony Parker SG - SF Richard Jefferson PF Amare Stoudemire C Yao
Bench: PG- SG- SF- PF Anderson Varejao C Brendan Haywood
Can you trade a guy you just traded for?
Hornets Report Sim League presents...
2006-07 Season Record: 0-0
C Tyson Chandler | PF Antoine Walker | SF Shareef Abdur-Rahim | SG Tony Allen | PG Gilbert Arenas
Key Reserves: Channing Frye | Corliss Williamson
Just asking b/c I remember the Hornets planned on trading Odom after the paul trade with the Lakers. So, I didn't see why it would be against the rules.
HR SIM LEAGUE SEATTLE SUPERSONICS 2005-2006Eye ******* depth charts since year 2000
Pg: Chris Paul Sg: Brandon Roy Sf: ??????? Pf: Dirk Nowitzki C: Alonzo Mourning
2012 HR RE-DRAFT CHAMPION ORLANDO MAGIC!
Pg: Steve Nash Sg: Manu Ginobili Sf: Nicolas Batum Pf: Paul Millsap C: Tim Duncan
what if your trading 3 players you just traded for.. is it still just 15?
Can CP3 or someone explain this to me a little better. I'm confused about the "point". So if I spend $5 on a player with a C+ will he go up to a B- potential? I guess I'm not sure how the "point" affects the players ratings. Does anyone else understand this better and can give an example or explain it a little better.Originally Posted by CP3forMVP
EDIT: if it seems all jumbled up, I was typing this up on my phone
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HR SIM LEAGUE: MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES
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Raises ceiling I'd guess. But we've seen a ton of players (oyediji and hullett) have A potential and be worse than when we started or a guy like odom who had b potential but stats and production drop. I don't think I'd ever put my points into potential honestly. No defined variables.
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