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PR Sim League: Miami Heat
TJ Ford - Jason Terry - James Posey - Stromile Swift - Andrew Bynum
Bench: Juan Carlos Navarro - Cedric Ceballos - Trevor Ariza - Marc Jackson - Darko Milicic
Ryan Anderson coming in at #50. Will be interesting to see what Gordon ends up landing.
"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."
I say 38
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HR Sim League - Philadelphia 76er's (53-29)
Chauncey Billups | Bonzi Wells | Antwan Jamison| Brian Skinner | Marcus Camby
EJ at 38 went up one spot from last year... Taking off my Hornets glasses, how on Earth does he rise when his PPG, 3pt.% and games played all go down? Oh well I'll take it
Extract from the BobcatsPlanet 2013 NBA draft lotto chat:
[05-21, 20:56] Bobcat4Ever: God d*** bullsh** f*** the NBA
[05-21, 20:57] ncstamey: it's not rigged... it just sucks
[05-21, 20:57] Bobcat4Ever: it's rigged mother f****r don't argue with me
So then the final list is-
#38 - Eric Gordon
#50 - Ryan Anderson
#62 - Anthony Davis
#169 - Robin Lopez
#224 - Greivis Vasquez
#258 - Al-Farouq Aminu
#261 - Jason Smith
#272 - Hakim Warrick
#285 - Austin Rivers
#328 - Xavier Henry
#425 - Darius Miller
#452 - Lance Thomas
Looks like it's pretty safe to say who our "Big 3" is.
By the way, for the life of me I couldn't find Roger Mason's rank.
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
I think Jason Smith should be a lot higher.. but I guess he needs to do produce better over a longer period of time. I see him and Vasquez in the 150-200 range next year. Also I expect a big jump from Rivers. Lopez I think is a tad overrated, but I hope he proves me wrong.
Overall, can't really complain about this list besides J. Smith. ESPN I think has done a fairly decent job with the list.
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
I see Rivers, Gordon, and Davis going up, Smith too.
New Orleans Pelicans-Seattle Seahawks-Atlanta Braves-Anaheim Ducks
Baptize them in the water out of Scarface pool,
And feed 'em from the table that held Corleone's food,
If you die, tell them that you played my game
I hope your bullet holes become mouths that say my name.
Hate rookies being ranked and no way in hell is Lopez better than Smith.
Healthy Lopez is better than Smith. Better rebounder and defender.
I would have Smith over Aminu for sure.
Emeka Okafor - Al Jefferson - Carmelo Anthony - Manu Ginobili - Damon Stoudamire
Brad Miller - Samaki Walker - Mickael Pietrus - Aaron McKie - Shaun Livingston
They just hit 23 and Kyrie is still yet to be ranked. I think that's buying into the hype a little too much.
6-10 revealed today. Last 5 remaining are Rose, Paul, Howard, Durant, and LeBron. I see it going as followed:
Sigh, sometimes I miss you Chris. Sometimes.
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