I'n kidding, it's a sim game called Fast Break Basketball or fbb.
2004-2005 Sim League World Champion Los Angeles Lakers
JOHN STOCKTON!> Those wheels are falling off THIS year =p
haha, I'm gonna see how he starts the season but I won't hesistate to bench him.
off-topic but my landlord was just arrested for accepting pills and food stamps as rent payment. I also found out that he murdered a man 35 years ago... WTF!
Great job on this
look for the Kings to be moving up throughout the season I think I can finish a lot higher than 17, but we shall see
Terrell Brandon | Vince Carter | Keith Van Horn| Theo Ratliff | Zydrunas Ilgauskas
2003-2004 | 46-36 | 4th in the Pacific Division |5th in the Western Conference
Last edited by BeeBall Reasons; 07-21-2012 at 01:13 AM.
HR SIM LEAGUE SEATTLE SUPERSONICS 2005-2006Eye ******* depth charts since year 2000
Pg: Chris Paul Sg: Ray Allen Sf: Adrian Griffin Pf: Dirk Nowitzki C: Soumaila Samake
2012 HR RE-DRAFT CHAMPION ORLANDO MAGIC!
Pg: Steve Nash Sg: Manu Ginobili Sf: Nicolas Batum Pf: Paul Millsap C: Tim Duncan
Disagree with my Pacers. My starters are solid at all 5 positions which should warrant higher than rank 18, no worries though very good idea and for the most part excellent rankings!
PR Sim League (2005-06 Season)
Nazr Mohammed - Jermaine O'Neal - Ron Artest - Shane Battier - Baron Davis
Greg Ostertag - Samuel Dalembert -Matt Bonner - Ryan Gomes- Matt Freije - Donnell Harvey - Matt Carroll - Eddie House
His rankings are pretty safe. All the crap teams who made improvements aren't ranked in the top 10. Though I think some teams should be ranked higher, I get why some teams are ranked lower than they should perform.
I like 13th.
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HR Sim League - Philadelphia 76er's (53-29)
Chauncey Billups | Bonzi Wells | Antwan Jamison| Brian Skinner | Marcus Camby
I thought my Celtics would be a little higher but I really can't argue against being ahead of anyone in front of me. I still haven't forgot about last years playoff series against the wizards...hopefully adding Tinsley and Brown and giving Eddie House more playing time will be an upgrade from last year...plus a full year of big Z
HR Sim League Boston Celtics - 2002 World Champions
PG: Sam Cassell, Steve Blake
SG: Grant Hill, Michael Dickerson
SF: Josh Childress, Jamie Feick
PF: Chris Webber, Jamie Feick, Jason Maxiell
C: Shaquille O'Neal, John Amaechi
I think my Bulls are accurately placed. I still think I have the best team in the league, but fourth is fair considering I lost in the conference semis last year. Duncan single handily beat me! But in your assessment you say I have no all stars, but I just traded for Glenn Robinson who was an all star and second-team all league. Just saying. I think a lot of my season depends on how mt young guys improve in training camp. I'm expecting improvements from Mihm, TMAC , and Lafrents.
PG: Sconnie Penn
SF: Glenn Robinson
PF: Raef Lafrents
C: Chris Mihm
I'm just not a huge Mihm fan, or Scoonie Penn.
Both the Wizards and Lakers look like better teams on paper.
And yes I was conservative with the rankings, a lot of teams that made improvements weren't moved up a whole lot. This is how power rankings are usually done. both the Pacers and Wolves are more likely to finish higher Maybe he grizz too.
Last edited by BeeBall Reasons; 07-21-2012 at 10:47 AM.
Wait, the Magic are ranked ahead of me? lol
Hornets Report Sim League presents...
2005-06 Season Record: 51-31 - 3rd Seed of Eastern Conference
Starting 5: C Tyson Chandler | PF Brian Grant | SF Corliss Williamson | SG Mike Miller | PG Gilbert Arenas
Key Reserves: Scot Pollard | Channing Frye | James Thomas | John Salmons | Tony Allen | Milt Palacio
Oh I wasn't trying to complain haha. Sorry if I seemed like I was. I'm just confident in my team thats all. But yes like i said I think you gave me a fair ranking. I have to prove something in the playoffs if I want to be ranked higher. This is a great idea by the way. Good job.
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