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Pre-lottery:

11. Orlando

10. Sacramento

9. San Antonio

8. Golden State

7. Cleveland

6. Los Angeles

5. Indiana

4. Boston

3. Washington

2. Atlanta

1. Phoenix

 

Lottery:

11. Orlando (-)

10. Sacramento (-)

9. San Antonio (-)

8. Cleveland (-1)

7. Los Angeles (-1)

6. Indiana (-1) Lucky, Lucky Golden State

5. Boston (-1)

4. Washington (-1) Dearie…

3. Atlanta (-1)

2. Golden State (+6) If they had gotten the number 1, I would have freaked. They had a 4.1% chance.

1. Phoenix (-) No shenanigans for Phoenix.

 

Awards:

 

MVP: Shaun Horan, LAW (28.6 ppg, 5.4 apg, 7.1 rpg, 2.4 spg, 1.0 bpg)

DPOY: McEverett Woods, NYM (11.9 ppg 1.7 apg, 8.5 rpg, 1.9 spg, 4.2 bpg)

Sixth Man: John Paben, DET (15.3 ppg, 6.7 apg, 3.3 rpg, 0.9 spg, 0.0 bpg)

ROY: David Burke, SDR (15.3 ppg, 1.3 apg, 7.2 rpg, 0.6 spg, 0.6 bpg)

Coach of the Year: Deshawn McGadney, PHI (65-17 (.793))

 

All-league First Team

PG: Griffin Harrington, PHI

SG: Marcus Griffin, NYM

SF: Shaun Horan, LAW

PF: Cory Alexander, GSS

C: Jimmy Fishback, MIN

 

All-league Second Team:

PG: Marcus Alexander, NYM

SG: Vernon Winkfield, IND

SF: Scott Stukes, WAS

PF: Nate Moore, DET

C: Georgi Stoickkov, NYM

 

All-League Third Team:

PG: Justin Toxey, POR

SG: DuJuan Stewart, HOU

SF: Justin Jack, NYM

PF: Josh Angeli, BKN

C: Chris Shelton, SEA

 

All-Defense First Team:

PG: Justin Toxey, POR

SG: Vernon Winkfield, IND

SF: Shaun Horan, LAW

PF: McEverett Woods, NYM

C: Georgi Stoickkov, NYM

 

All Defense Second Team:

PG: Dennis Thomas, DEN

SG: Marcus Griffin, NYM

SF: Nick Porter, MIL

PF: Nate Moore, DET

C: Jimmy Fishback, MIN

 

All Rookie First Team:

PG: Robert Radl, IND

SG: Bradley Green, SEA

SF: Justin Wells, ORL

PF: Mike Anderson, WAS

C: David Burke, SDR

 

All Rookie Second Team:

PG: Colin Edwards, PHI

SG: Riley Monroe, SEA

SF: Neil Clay, NYM

PF: Jeff Price, LAW

C: Lloyd Reyes, SAC

 

I think that this award season was pretty well done, despite wishing for more than just the one first-team recognition. McGadney’s coach of the year award did make him pretty happy.

 

However, despite making this a really good perennial contender, I feel that it is time to move on. I’ve heard rumors that the commissioner has buyers ready to acquire expansion franchises, and I think I would enjoy the challenge. So, when Freedom Owner Jamal Ray calls me up, I tell him that though I had an amazing time, and am glad that I was able to make this team into something that people in the future may call great, I would like to move on and take on a different challenge.

 

He was sorry to hear me go, but understands, and wants me to do my best (And move into the Western Conference).


My projects:

 

Saving the Sonics - NBA basketball Dynasty (Fantasy Players)

 

Football World 2013 - Data editing a new world for fantasy soccer simulations

 

PCF International - International Pro Basketball (Real Players)

 


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BREAKING NEWS!!

 

The Commissioner announced today that two cities had bid sufficiently to earn expansion teams: Toronto, and Mexico City.

 

Further information will be released as it comes.


My projects:

 

Saving the Sonics - NBA basketball Dynasty (Fantasy Players)

 

Football World 2013 - Data editing a new world for fantasy soccer simulations

 

PCF International - International Pro Basketball (Real Players)

 


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BREAKING NEWS!!

 

A third Expansion team bid has been accepted by the owners. Charlotte GA now has its own basketball franchise.

 

The Toronto team will be called the Dinos.

 

The Mexico City team will be called the Vaqueros.

 

NBA Champion GM Leah Jamison has agreed to manage the Vaqueros. Terms of the contract are still unknown, but thought to range in the $10 million range for the next 3 years.


My projects:

 

Saving the Sonics - NBA basketball Dynasty (Fantasy Players)

 

Football World 2013 - Data editing a new world for fantasy soccer simulations

 

PCF International - International Pro Basketball (Real Players)

 


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Mock Draft:

1. Alexander Chernyaev (21, C, Russia)

2. Jefferson Andrews (20, SF, University of Arizona)

3. T.J. King (22, SG, Lousville University)

4. Siloma Magid (20, PF, Latvia)

5. J.B. Linderman (21, PF, University of Missouri)

6. Tyler Meekins (22, PF, University of Houston)

7. Elton Jones (18, C, High School)

8. Ronald Cameron (22, SF, UCLA)

9. Steve Keating (20, SF, North Carolina State University)

10. Icikas Stekel (20, C, Latvia)

11. Orlando Thomas (19, PG, High School)

12. Roberto Marshall (21, C, Xavier University)

13. Siegfried Kaempfer (20, C, Germany)

14. Quadree Thompson (18, SG, High School)

15. Erik Collison (19, C, High School)

 

I like this mock draft. I like it a lot. We are slotted to draft Tyler Meekins, a super-athletic PF with nice shooting skills. He can even handle and pass in a pinch. And the best thing? His upside.

 

I manage to get a steal of a trade:

Boston Receives:

SF Neil Clay

PF Tom Brown

PG David Lopez

 

Mexico City Receives:

2013 1st Round Pick (#8)

SG Ray Brown

 

Winner: Mexico City, hands down. Not only did they get another top-10 pick in a stacked draft, but they got a SG who may be able to compete at a NBA level, rather than the bunch of D-league talent that they have now.


My projects:

 

Saving the Sonics - NBA basketball Dynasty (Fantasy Players)

 

Football World 2013 - Data editing a new world for fantasy soccer simulations

 

PCF International - International Pro Basketball (Real Players)

 


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It’s Draft Time!!!

1. (PHO) T.J. King

He’ll be a pretty good pick for the Burn. Safe, but not too much upside.

 

Trade:

Seattle Receives: SG Demond Pugh

MXC Receives: 1st Round pick #16

 

2. (GSS) Orlando Thomas

This pick is a little riskier. He showed out during high school and the workouts, but there was still a lot of unknowns surround him.

 

3. (ATL) Ronald Cameron

Every pick that isn’t Alexander Chernyaev makes me happy. This was a poor pick for Atlanta.

 

4. (CHA) J.B. Linderman

Linderman is a strong rebounder, with a bit of defensive skill, but I think his skills won’t translate particularly well. He is light, and while he can put up a bunch of points, it never feels like he dominates.

 

5. (TOR) Tyler Meekins

I was disappointed to see Meekins go, but it does mean that we’ll be able to snag Chernyaev. Good pick for Toronto, but Chernyaev will probably be better.

 

6. (MXC) Alexandr Chernyaev

I did the pick.

 

7. (WAS) Elton Jones

This is a pretty good pick.

 

8. (MXC) Jefferson Andrews

I expected him to go much earlier. He is a pure shooter with a beautiful stroke.

 

9. (IND) Mike Holmes

He went earlier than anyone expected, but has the potential to have staying power in this league. He will be very raw but might have a good career in the long haul.

 

10. (LAW) Siloma Magid

Decent Pick. A steal at 10.

 

11. (CLE) PG Chris Riddick

12. (SAS) C Icikas Stekel

13. (SAC) PG Joey Correa (5’5, 162)

14. (ORL) SG Quadree Thompson

15. (UTA) C Roberto Marshall

16. (MXC) C Seigfried Kaempfer

 

Summer League:

Game 1: vs Portland: W 113-90

Jefferson Andrews went 11 for 17 and made two of two from deep on his way to 26 points. We held Portland to 41% shooting for the win.

 

Game 2: @ Cleveland: W 100-98

Jefferson Andrews to five shots, only making one.  Kaempfer had 18 points and 6 boards off the bench to seal the two-point win. Chernyaev had a double-double, 10 points and 11 boards.

 

Game 3: vs Los Angeles: W 117-105

Charlie Casper shined in this game, with 16 points and 11 dimes. Kaempfer had 16 and 9 boards.

 

Game 4: vs Toronto: W 106-91

Chernyaev had 22 points, a block and 3 steals to win the match for us. Andrews had 15, and Kaempfer got a nickel and a dime as well.

 

Game 5: @ Washington: W 112-94

Chernyaev made a 3, on his way to 16 points. He also had 9 boards. Andrews had 17 on 7 of 9 shooting. Kaempfer had 14 and 9.

 

Summer League Review:

Our three draftees are good. That is for sure. However, we definitely need help in the other positions.


My projects:

 

Saving the Sonics - NBA basketball Dynasty (Fantasy Players)

 

Football World 2013 - Data editing a new world for fantasy soccer simulations

 

PCF International - International Pro Basketball (Real Players)

 


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Free Agents:

Top 10:

Jimmy Fishback *

Nate Moore *

Josh Angeli *

Wesley Nicholson *

Georgi Stoickkov

Haydar Yigit

Francisco Fuentes

Brandon Hughes

Shomari Bailey

Justin Jack

 

I bide my time. I know I won’t land anyone with the cash I have on hand.

 

It’s the first signing of Free-Agent Season. Seattle signs PF Billy Wallace for 8.7 mill.

 

Corey Akins resigns for 9 million, to the Rangers. Raymond Elloie resigns to the Gears for 9 mill.

 

Top Free agent Jimmy Fishback returns to the Coyotes for 5 years, on a 78 million dollar deal.

 

I end up signing Akakide Turkestanov, Matej Metelko, and Fred Aylsworth.

 

I give a minimum contract to Nathaniel Toney, which he accepts. Now I’m Done.

 

 

Welcome to the 2013-14 “Let’s see how this goes” Vaqueros!

PG: Charlie Casper (6’2, 158, 23, 1 year experience)

SG: Fred Aylsworth (6-1, 161, 32, 11 years experience)

SF: Jefferson Andrews (6’7, 203, 20, Rookie)

PF: Tim Dyer (6’11, 259, 33, 13 years experience)

C: Alexandr Cheryaev (6’9, 260, 21, Rookie)

6. Rupert Thomas (6’11, 231, 23, 1 year experience)

7. Siegfried Kaempfer (6’11, 269, 20, Rookie)

8. Olev Kazlauskas (6’4, 216, 21, 1 year experience)

9. Nate Toney (6’11, 268, 27, 4 years experience)

10. Akakide Turkestanov (6’9’, 254, 23, 6 years experience)

11. Toby Green (6’5, 204, 34, 14 years experience)

12. Matej Metelko (6’7, 193, 29, 7 years experience)

13. Jimmy Smith (7’5, 281, 31, 9 years experience)

14. Jon Dixon (6’10, 216, 34, 15 years experience)

15. (D-league) Craig Davis (6’1, 187, 19, Rookie)


My projects:

 

Saving the Sonics - NBA basketball Dynasty (Fantasy Players)

 

Football World 2013 - Data editing a new world for fantasy soccer simulations

 

PCF International - International Pro Basketball (Real Players)

 


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NBA Top 5 players:

Cory Alexander (PF, GSS), Shaun Horan (SF, LAW), Kevin Murphy (C, DAL), Barry Jones (PF, BOS), Jimmy Fishback (C, MIN)

 

Position Best:

PG: John Moore, SAC

SG: George Brown, DAL

SF: Shaun Horan, LAW

PF: Cory Alexander, GSS

C: Kevin Murphey, DAL

 

Season Preview:

East:

Top 5:

1. BOS

2. PHI

3. MIL

4. ORL

5. NYM

Last

TOR

 

West:

Top 5:

1. DAL

2. GSS

3. LAW

4. MIN

5. SAC

Last:

MXC

 

Ok, I know we suck. This build up will last a couple years, at least.


My projects:

 

Saving the Sonics - NBA basketball Dynasty (Fantasy Players)

 

Football World 2013 - Data editing a new world for fantasy soccer simulations

 

PCF International - International Pro Basketball (Real Players)

 


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No Hispanic names on your roster.  You're going to have to get some good Spanish nicknames.  :D



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No Hispanic names, but a lot of other international representation. My next trade, I'll add in a Rodriguez just for you. That is, after November (since I already played through that.


My projects:

 

Saving the Sonics - NBA basketball Dynasty (Fantasy Players)

 

Football World 2013 - Data editing a new world for fantasy soccer simulations

 

PCF International - International Pro Basketball (Real Players)

 


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November 1, vs Sacramento (0-0): L 90-113

It wasn’t a close game, and our team’s lead scoters were Chernyaev and Andrews, with 14 apiece. Leonardo Corleone had 26 points for the Royals, and we lose our first home game, in front of 21,854 fans.

 

Record: 0-1

 

November 3, @ Seattle (0-1): L 98-119

We’re going to have to get used to this. For some reason, Kaempfer isn’t playing. Andrews had 22 in a decent effort from him. Chernyaev converted only 2 of seven, to go with 7 boards. Casper had 13 points and 11 dimes, but also 5 turnovers.

 

Record: 0-2

 

November 7, vs Houston (2-1): L 100-125

Casper was a triple double threat, with 8 points, 7 dimes, and 9 boards. He only had one turnover to go with 5 steals. Andrews had 15, Olev had 17, and Toby Green had 19, but DuJuan Stewart shot 56%, holding us to 40%.

 

Record: 0-3

 

November 8, @ Utah (1-2): L 91-121

A fourth straight blowout loss, this time to Ed Brown of the Blues. Jefferson Andrews was our best, scoring 18. We managed to not get outrebounded, but only forced 7 TO’s to our giving up 18.

 

Record: 0-4

 

November 10, vs Atlanta (2-2): L 102-136

35 points from Vernon Winkfield killed us. Onour side, Fred Alysworth scored 20, and Toby Green had 17. We were outrebounded by 11, and shot 7 for 31 from 3.

 

Record: 0-5

 

November 14, vs New York (4-2): L 96-123

Justin Jack had 45, and even Alexandr Cherynaev’s 19 isn’t nearly enough.

 

Record: 0-6

 

November 15, @ Cleveland (4-4): W 125-122

We end week two on a positive note, off a very strong game from Charlie Casper. He had 23 points and 12 dimes, with 5 boards. Andrews had 20 points and 6 rebounds, while Olev had 26. 6 players scored in double figures, as we shot 40% from three to take the 3 point win.

 

Record: 1-6

 

Standing: 14th West

 

Draft Watch:

1. PF Philip Rowe (6’8, 252, 19, Australia)

2. PF Jeff Jones (6’10, 224, FR, LSU)

3. SF Courtney Cross (6’7, 231, FR, Western Kentucky)

4. PF Devone Darby (6’10, 216, HS)

5. SF Jason Richardson (6’6, 219, SO, Arkansas)

 

At this point of the season, it’s pretty hard to see anyone but Philip Rowe going number 1. With only two guards in the lottery, it’s not a good time to be looking for one.


My projects:

 

Saving the Sonics - NBA basketball Dynasty (Fantasy Players)

 

Football World 2013 - Data editing a new world for fantasy soccer simulations

 

PCF International - International Pro Basketball (Real Players)

 


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November 17, vs San Antonio (1-7): L 88-99

Kurtis Scholl schooled us for 32 points, as our leading scorer had sixteen. We gave up 19 turnovers, and allowed the other team to take 8 more shots than us. They also went 19 for 20 from the line, while we made only 13 free throws.

 

Record: 1-7

 

Because Matej Metelko and Jimmy Smith were having interpersonal issues, I trade away Smith, straight up, for Nate Thornton.

 

November 19, @ Los Angeles (4-6): L 133-104

Shaun Horan scored 36 on Andrews, who had 10 points in 9 minutes, being limited because of foul trouble. Chernyaev broke his hand, and will be out for about 6 weeks. He had 11 points in 11 minutes.

 

Record: 1-8

 

November 20, @ Phoenix (4-5): L 114-129

Turkestanov had 24 points and 7 rebounds, while Terrell Cleaver was allowed to score 36 at the SF position.

 

Record: 1-9

 

November 22, vs Minnesota (5-6): L 98-114

Jimmy Fishback managed an impressive 26 points and 14 boards against us, and SG Carl Tilmon scored 28 himself. Olev Had 19 points and 4 rebounds, with 2 steals to lead the team.

 

Record: 1-10

 

November 24, vs Portland (8-4): L 89-113

Kaempfer had a double0double off the bench—10 points and 12 boards in 18 minutes. Andrews had 17 points and 2 steals, but Larry Hayes had 23 and 11 boards for the Pioneers, and Gregory Green had 24 and 7, easily sinking our side.

 

Record: 1-11

November 27, @ New Orleans (5-8): L 82-116

We pick up yet another injury, as Tim Dyer goes down with a strained Calf. Andrews had 24 on the night, but it wasn’t anywhere near enough to face down 44 points from George Mapp.

 

Record: 1-12

 

November 29, vs Milwaukee (6-9): W 107-100

Fred Aylsworth goes for 32, with 7 dimes, as we hold of a late rally to win by 7. We converted 14 of 26 threes, and had 4 players in double figures. Andrews had 10 points in 14 minutes, and everyone is celebrating.

 

Record: 2-12

 

Standing: 15th (last)

 

Somehow, we’ve managed to end every period on a win streak. Now just to make it extend into the next month.

 

Team Leaders:

Points: Jefferson Andrews – 14.6

Assists: Charlie Casper – 6.7

Rebounds: Tim Dyer – 6.5

Blocks: Nathaniel Toney – 1.2

Steals: Charlie Casper – 1.4

 

League Leaders:

Points: Shaun Horan, LAW – 33.2

Assists: Steve Lawrence, ORL – 11.2

Rebounds: Chris Shelton, SEA – 13.1

Blocks: Tengiz Tsulukidze, CHI – 3.8

Steals: George King, MIN – 3.1

 

Rookie Leaders:

Points: T.J. King, PHO – 15.1

Assists: T.J. King, PHO – 3.5

Rebounds: J.B. Linderman, CHA – 7.1

Blocks: Aleksandr Chernyaev, MXC – 0.8

Steals: J.B. Linderman, CHA – 1.1

 

Rookie of the Month: T.J. King

Player of the Month: Shaun Horan

 

It is indeed going to be a long season.


My projects:

 

Saving the Sonics - NBA basketball Dynasty (Fantasy Players)

 

Football World 2013 - Data editing a new world for fantasy soccer simulations

 

PCF International - International Pro Basketball (Real Players)

 


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December 1, vs New Orleans (6-9): W 120-104

Jefferson Andrews didn’t take long to show his potential. He drops 40 points, with 5 rebounds, 2 blocks, and a steal. Olev had 21, and we force 19 TO’s despite only having 6 steals. We had a huge rebounding margin, and 34 team assists. Leading by as much as 25, it feels really nice to have managed to win 2 in a row.

 

Record: 3-12

 

December 2, @ San Antonio (3-13): W 120-109

Woo! 3 in a row! Akakide Turkestanov had 23 and 9, and Andrews had 22. Olev had 17, and our win was defined by our eleven steals, and the 21 turnovers we forced. We took 20 more field goal attempts and 9 more free throws, which really guided the team.

 

Record: 4-12

 

Rupert Thomas texted me the night before our Detroit game, he tells me that he isn’t blending well with coach, and that one or the other of them has to go. Now, I don’t have a huge amount of confidence in Coach Thompson, whom I am paying barely 20k more than my first assistant. In fact, he is only earning 50k more than my third assistant, whom I pay 300k.

 

Thomas is technically the 9th man in the rotation, but he is the first big off the bench, and has 6 points and 5 boards a night. When Chernyaev comes back, he would be considered almost extra, but I am not sure if I can just get rid of him yet. I’ll fish the trade waters.

 

And I get a biter.

 

TRADE:

MXC Send PF Rupert Thomas to Hoops for Rodriguez Rosales, picks.

 

Mexico City has just confirmed that they have traded discontented Rupert Thomas to the Hoops. In return, they got SF Rodriguez Rosales, who was also on the outs with his coach, C Tom Hardy, and the next three years of Brooklyn’s second round picks.

 

Winner: Both teams gave up a player that they had seen in their future until neither could deal with their coaching staff. Of the two Bonney was the better player, and somehow, Van Helsing was able to milk the Brooklyn GM for all of his 2nd rounders and the aging, journeyman, backup big Tom Hardy. In order to accommodate him, however, they had to buyout the contract of Nate Thornton. Mexico City gets a big steal here.

 

December 5, vs Detroit (11-5): W 126-121

We win again, with 26 points and 3 steals from Jefferson Andrews. Casper had 18 points and 6 dimes, though Fred Alysworth outshined him off the bench. He had 21 and 8 dimes, with a few boards of his own. On a sad note, however, Andrews left the game for a spell in the second quarter, with an abdominal strain, though he did return to finish the game in dramatic fashion. Both teams managed to convert more than half of their shots, and we made 8 of 17 threes.

 

Record: 5-12

 

December 7, @ Minnesota (11-8): L 90-122

Jefferson Andrews played for three minutes, being held back by his injury, and his play was sorely missed. No player managed to score more than Olev’s 13 points. Rosales shot 4 for 5 to get 11 points, making all of his 3 free throws. But without Andrews to lead the team, and make the defense honest, we can’t really seem to put up points. Jimmy Fishback had 23 and 9 to lead the Coyotes.

 

Record: 5-13

 

December 8, vs Golden State (3-16): W 114-104

Rosales had 14 starting in place of the recovering Andrews. He also had 6 boards and 3 dimes, showing a bit of versatility. But it was Kaempfer’s double-double that was the difference maker. He had 16 points, 10 boards, a block, and a steal. Casper had 13 and 10, despite 5 TO’s. Akakide had 19. I would say that I had no idea why Golden State was struggling so, but one only needs to look at their injury list, and see that it includes Cory Alexander, and then look at the remaining roster. He can really make this team good, but he needs to be healthy.

 

Record: 6-13

 

December 12, @ Houston (15-4): L 92-119

Rosales cooled off a bit, going 3 for 6 to get 8 points, but he did have 9 rebounds. Akakide had 19 again, but only four players had double-figure scoring. Casper had a 11 rebound game, and Toby Green had 10 dimes, but we gave up ground in just about every category, (except free throws), and fall by a big margin.

 

Record: 6-14

 

December 13, vs Miami (9-11): L 99-128

Another loss in the high 20’s and we are down to .500 against the East. Andrews returned to the starting lineup, and had 19. Olev had 22, and Casper had 12 points with 10 dimes. Kaempfer had 12 points. 5 boards, and 2 steals. However, those were all of the double-digit scoring performances. On the other side, Jeffrey Baker had 23 and 10 to take us down.

 

Record: 6-15

 

December 15, @ Utah (10-11): 89-123

We won the first quarter, then were outscored by 11, 13, and 10 through each of the remaining three periods. Ed Brown had 22 and 3 steals, while Olev started at SF (sending Andrews to SG) to score 19, while Andrews had 8. Casper was inexplicably benched, and Metelko had 11 at the PG spot (despite being a poor passer (A/TO for the game was .8)). We had 14 assists, and 27 turnovers on the night, and we definitely want to forget this one.

 

Record: 6-16

 

Standing: 13th West (3rd from Last)

 

Draft Class Watch:

1 (1). Philip Rowe (PF, 6’8, 252, 19 y/o Australia)

2 (2). Jeff Jones (PF, 6’10, 224, FR, LSU)

3 (3). Courtney Cross (SF, 6’7, 231, Western Kentucky)

4 (N/R). Darrell Rashaw (SF, 6’8, 209, FR, USC)

5 (4). Devone Darby (PF, 6’10, 216, HS)

The draft suddenly has become a much nicer place for guards, with two in the top ten, and an extra point at number 11. Centers are disappearing at an alarming rate, with one at 8 and at 12. We are weakest at the Power Forward and point guard spots, so it seems that we might have a decent chance of picking up talent that we need in the coming summer.

 

It is still all Rowe for this draft. It feels a bit like the IRL Davis draft. One guy so far above everybody else that people will probably sneak up on you in the draft. This is going to be a draft where teams with good scouting departments could make picks that are head-scratchers, but lead to a really good result.


My projects:

 

Saving the Sonics - NBA basketball Dynasty (Fantasy Players)

 

Football World 2013 - Data editing a new world for fantasy soccer simulations

 

PCF International - International Pro Basketball (Real Players)

 


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December 17, vs Denver (10-14): L 81-109

Andrews had 18 with 7 boards, with 2 blocks, as we fall yet again. Only Andrews is consistently able to get his, though he shot significantly below 50% tonight. Metelko, Kazlauskas, and Aylsworth were the only others able to break double digits. Dennis Thomas was the best in the Peaks all point-guard lineup, scoring 24 with 6 dimes and 7 rebounds. We also are outpaced in the assist category with 15 to their 25 (and our 21 TOs)

 

Record: 6-17

 

December 20, @ Dallas (14-7): L 94-126

O.J. Mann had 26 points and 8 rebounds off the bench for Dallas to take the player of the match against us. We continue to be downright terrible from the floor, and I can only hope that we figure out how to put points on the board. Only 50% of our shots were assisted, and I think that we need to fix that.

 

Record: 6-18

 

December 21, @ Orlando (16-9): L 88-125

Siegfried Kaempfer got the start tonight, and had 15 points and 6 boards. 6 players were able to score in double figures tonight, with Kaempfer leading the way, but we were outrebounded by double-digits and shot 38% on the way to a 38 point blowout loss. Alfons Korda had 34 for the Mystics.

 

Record: 6-19

 

December 23, vs Toronto (4-22): W 117-92

One of very few games that we were supposed to win this season, we take care of business. Akakide Turkestanov had a great night, with 22 points and 8 rebounds, shooting 9 for 12 and 4 of 7 from the line. Andrews had 18, Kaempfer 15, and Metelko had 14 in 16 minutes. Rosales had been struggling ever since returning to the bench. Cliff Dodson had 20 to lead the Dinos but Meekins had only 9 and their other starting forward was unable to convert a basket in eight tries. We had 50 rebounds on the night, which created a 19 board margin.

 

Record: 7-19

 

December 25, vs Los Angeles (16-12): L 102-115

Shaun Horan had 42 points, with 6 dimes and 5 boards. Andrews had one block, but otherwise made no positive statistical contribution other than his 24 points. Olev had 19, and Casper had 11 dimes to go with 9 points and 6 rebounds.

 

Record: 7-20

 

December 26, vs Utah (13-13): W 118-110

Jefferson Andrews had a similar statline to yesterday’s outburst by Horan. Of course, he didn’t score 42, but had a big 31. We gained a slight lead in the first and never really relinquished it, only letting the lead change a couple times. Olev was second in the team for scoring, with 15. Three others were able to get double digits, and Rosales had 9 points and 7 boards, with 2 steals and a block. We only had 4 turnovers on the night, and had 10 steals on the other end. Ed brown had 24 and 7 for the Blues.

 

Record: 8-20

 

December 28, @ Sacramento (15-12): L 72-86

An ugly result for an ugly game. It was close until the fourth quarter, where Sacramento regained some semblance of an offense. We made all of our sixteen free throws, but that was really the only good part of the game. Only Aylsworth and Andrews had double-digits on the night, and we had a total of 19 turnovers as a team.

 

Record: 8-21

 

December 30, vs New Orleans (11-18): W 102-86

They had just come off a back to back, and had to travel to another country before playing us. Jefferson Andrews had a season-high 44 points to claim the player of the game award. Charlie Casper stopped looking to score after missing his first three attempts, making only 1 of 2 free throws for a single point. He did have 11 dimes, 5 boards, and 5 steals. Turkestanov had 10 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals, and 3 blocks to anchor a defense that allowed only 36% of opposing shots to fall. Mapp had 27 for New Orleans, but that was it.

 

Record: 9-21

 

After 30 games, we are hovering around a .300 winning percentage, and showing definite promise despite not having our highest pick, Aleksandr Chernyaev. We are still, interestingly, .500 against the East.

 

Standing: 13th West.

 

Player of the Month: Shaun Horan, LAW (32.2 ppg, 4.0 apg, 5.8 rpg, 2.6 spg, 1.2 bpg)

Rookie of the Month: Jefferson Andrews, MXC (17.4 ppg, 1.0 apg, 2.7 rpg, 0.6 spg, 0.4 bpg)

 

League Leaders:

Points: Shaun Horan, LAW: 32.2 ppg

Assists: Steve Lawrence, ORL: 11.3 apg

Rebounds: Chris Shelton, SEA: 13.0 rpg

Blocks: Tengiz Tsulukidze, CHI: 3.7 bpg

Steals: Carl Timon, MIN: 2.8 spg

 

Rookie Leaders:

Points: Jefferson Andrews, MXC: 17.4 ppg

Assists: Orlando Thomas, GSS: 3.9 apg

Rebounds: J.B. Linderman, CHA: 5.8 rpg

Blocks: Aleksadr Chernyaev, MXC: 0.8 bpg

Steals: J.B. Linderman, CHA: 1.3 spg


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Mock Draft:

1. Alexander Chernyaev (21, C, Russia)

2. Jefferson Andrews (20, SF, University of Arizona)

3. T.J. King (22, SG, Lousville University)

4. Siloma Magid (20, PF, Latvia)

5. J.B. Linderman (21, PF, University of Missouri)

6. Tyler Meekins (22, PF, University of Houston)

7. Elton Jones (18, C, High School)

8. Ronald Cameron (22, SF, UCLA)

9. Steve Keating (20, SF, North Carolina State University)

10. Icikas Stekel (20, C, Latvia)

 

 

Latvia bringing it



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Maybe a little...

 

Somehow I managed to get a decent draft without a Latvian.


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Still plenty of eastern flair with Big Russia (Cherny)



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Yes. Once Cherny's hand gets better, we should be less crappy. We need another offensive presence.


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Also, I realised that I got the top two prospects without a pick higher than 6.


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