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Hockey Dynasty is spead all around... the point is to have all games at the same time... you can do the sim, Cage for example, at certain time (like 5pm as it is now) and then play all the matches at lets say 9-10pm european time. From my rich online gaming experience, that is best time to get both America and Europe online at the same time (I would say that this game is played 65% EU, 34% US and 1% rest of the world :))
Anyways, I used to play Trophy manager, it is online soccer sim game, that had games 3 times per week, running live at 5pm. It was aweseome thing, after they implemented it, activity and immersion in the game skyrocketed. I would like nothing more here, then to watch my game play by play and comment it with other managers. Cage has solid base for that, I guarantee it would be at least 5+ people online to start with and with more and more coming as game would progress.
And thats what we need here, desperately, activity!
Game #14: USC Trojans (8-4, 2-0) @ Colorado Buffaloes (9-4, 1-1)USC is led by their guards, PG Dennis Evans who’s averaging 12.9 ppg and SG Brendan Trilli with a 13.4 ppg scoring average.We hit our first 6 FG’s as well as 2 free throws to open a 15-5 lead after 4 minutes of play. We expanded our lead to 14 points, but as the half progressed, our shooting regressed. Our lead shrunk to 4 points before stopped the bleeding. We finished the half ahead by a score of 34-27. SF Rick Coffey paced our offense with 10 points. USC’s PG Dennis Evans carried the Trojans by scoring 20 points.We scored the first 13 points of the 2nd half to expand our lead to 20 points. We continued to roll and with 4 minutes to play we were up by 24 points. They scored on our subs late in the game to cut the final difference to 76-59. The big difference in the game was our 23-7 turnover advantage.C Ike Minahan topped our scoring with 15 points followed by PG Matt Conley’s 13 points, and SF/PF Kenton Dunn and SF Rick Coffey both adding 12 points. We held USC’s Dennis Evans scoreless in the 2nd half.Results of other Pac-12 games:Arizona-78, #18 California-71Arizona State-82, Utah-70#16 Washington-77, #24 Stanford-64#2 UCLA-86, Oregon State-69#17 Oregon-90, Washington State-71UCLA remains the only unbeaten team in conference play. Our win moved us into a six-team tie for 2nd place.So the good news was we won and are tied for 2nd place. The bad news was that following the game SF/PF Kenton Dunn and SF Rick Coffey were involved in a car accident on their way home from a post-game party. Dunn sustained a mild concussion and Coffey is experiencing back spasms. Both will miss our next game when we travel to take on Arizona State later this week. Both had been drinking and since Coffey was driving, he is likely to have his license suspended. Since other players were also at the party, we had a team meeting to discuss alcohol use/abuse and responsibility to the team.