Arena [Game] The Basketball Draft

Discussion in 'Community' started by DarthIntegral, Jan 16, 2013.

  1. DarthIntegral Force Ghost

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    I won't have a chance to post games until tomorrow. Mrs Inty won't take "I need to update the basketball draft" as an excuse on Valentine's Day. So still time.
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  2. EmpireForever Chosen One

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    Doesn't she know this is important?!
  3. MandaloreYak Force Ghost

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    This never happens to me.
  4. MandaloreYak Force Ghost

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    C: Dwight Howard (37.6), Nate Thurmond(10.4)
    PF: Tim Duncan (39.3), Dolph Schayes (5), Nate Thurmond (3.7)
    SF: Elgin Baylor (33), James Worthy (10), Bobby Jones (5)
    SG: Oscar Robertson (41), Anfernee Hardaway (7)
    PG: Bob Cousy (25), Rajon Rondo (15), Joe Dumars (8)
  5. DarthIntegral Force Ghost

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    From the Pepsi Center, in Denver, Colorado ...

    Honey Nut Cheerios vs. Blue Screen of Death

    With a two-point game entering the fourth quarter, many in attendance eagerly anticipated Michael Jordan leading his team to victory with a strong final 12-minutes.

    There were partially right.

    Jordan's team got the win. And it was on the back of a superstar having a monster fourth quarter.

    Only that superstar was named Charles Barkley.

    Barkley scored 11 of his game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter, on his way to being named player of the game. He also grabbed four of his 11 rebounds in the final quarter, added an assist, just for good measure.

    For his part, Jordan had a very efficient game, scoring 17 points in 33 minutes, despite being in foul trouble. Isaiah Thomas added 15 points and 13 assists for the Cheerios, and Moses Malone poured in 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds.

    Blue Screen of Doom seemed to be on their way to the first win of the tournament. They had turned a six-point halftime deficit into a four-point lead with just under a minute to go in the third quarter. And, they had both Charles Barkley Michael Jordan in foul trouble. But, they couldn't close it out in the 4th quarter.

    Bob Pettit lead five members of BSOD in double-digit scoring with 19.

    Final Score: Honey Nut Cheerios 117, Blue Screen of Death 105

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  6. DarthIntegral Force Ghost

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    From the Pepsi Center, in Denver, Colorado ...

    L.A. Courtsiders vs. Sahara Heat Wave

    With their backs against the wall, knowing that Honey Nut Cheerios had already won their game earlier tonight, and facing a team that had just handed them a beat down days earlier, the L.A. Courtsiders knew that while mathematically this wasn't a must-win game, realistically, it was.

    They needed a great performance.

    And, thanks to player of the game Hakeem Olajuwan and a smothering third quarter, they got it.

    Olajuwan scored 15 points, pulled down 14 rebounds, and handed out 5 assists. But the story of the game was the defensive performance L.A. put in for the third quarter.

    Over the final 8 minutes, 34 seconds of the third quarter, the Heat Wave made zero field goals; their only points coming on free throws from Elgin Baylor and Oscar Robertson. During that stretch, L.A. ran their lead from 5 up to 21. During that stretch, the Heat Wave committed seven turnovers, and had a shot blocked.

    Kevin Durant was a scoring machine for LA, pouring in 24 points on 10-of-12 shooting, including 2-of-3 from down town. Tim Duncan, Oscar Robertson, and Dwight Howard each had 5 turnovers for The Heatwave, a stat that tells the story of the game. Elgin Baylor lead the way for the Heatwave with 14 points and 13 rebounds.

    Final Score: L.A. Courtsiders 105, Sahara Heatwave 92

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  7. DarthIntegral Force Ghost

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    From the Delta Center, in Salt Lake City, Utah ...

    Midland City Gutless Wonders vs. We Talkin' Bout Practice?

    And then ... there were none.

    Midland City entered the game, thanks to the defeat this round of Sahara Heatwave, as the only unbeaten team left in the tournament. They left the game with a monster performance from Wilt Chamberlain's, but a "one" in the loss column.

    Chamberlain, even in a losing effort, cruised to player of the game honors, scoring 25 points, grabbing 23 rebounds (12 of them on the offensive glass), and blocking five shots. For the game, only one player on either side - Shaquille O'Neal - had as many total rebounds as Wilt had offensive rebounds.

    But, in the end, that performance by Chamberlain wasn't enough to prevent We Talkin' Bout Practice? from giving the Gutless Wonders their first loss.

    The Gutless Wonders seemed to be cruising to another victory. They started the game on an 11-0 run. They had never trailed in the second half. And, they had their lead at 9 early in the fourth quarter. But, slowly and steadily, We Talkin' Bout Practice? chipped away at the lead, and finally rallied to tie the score at 91 with 4:55 to go in the game, when Shaq played a beautiful pass outside to Allen Iverson.

    At 3:49 remaining, Practice took their first lead of the game, when Rick Barry converted an "and 1" situation. That lead to Kobe Bryant imposing his will on the game, first by feeding Nate Archibald, then scoring himself on a feed from KG, and then repaying KG and feeding him the ball for another bucket. From there, Practice cruised and hit their free throws to seal the victory.

    A true team victory for Practice - Kobe lead all scorers for Practice with 22, Iverson added 21 points, Shaq scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, and KG scored 12, grabbed 6 rebounds, and handed out 8 assists.

    Final Score: We Talkin' Bout Practice? 111, Midland City Gutless Wonders 101

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  8. DarthIntegral Force Ghost

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    From the Delta Center, in Salt Lake City, Utah ...

    Game...Blouses vs. Bruce willis

    For the first four minutes of the game, we had high-tempo, back and forth action. With the score tied at 12, and every player on the court having scored at least once, it looked as if we were in for an exciting night of basketball with a result coming down to the wife.

    Only, it didn't quite follow that script.

    Bruce willis put on one of the best defensive performances ever, and got a dominating win to put themselves back in the win column, and give themselves a shot at claiming first place. Game...Blouses were held to a miserly 37.5% shooting on the night, including a pitiful 16.7% from beyond the arc. Contrasted to that, Bruce willis was efficient shooting 52.9% for the game. As part of their defensive domination, Bruce willis had twice as many steals (12-to-6) and nearly twice as many blocks (15-to-8).

    David Robinson was named player of the game, as he contributed everywhere - 16 points, 5 assists, 6 rebounds, 5 blocks, and 2 steals. Tracy McGrady added 19 points, and LeBron James had a stat line of 16/8/7/3. Russel Westbrook and George Gervin each scored ten off the bench, in 12 and 13 minutes, respectively.

    The start of the third quarter told the story of the game for the 'Blouses. They started the period 0-for-5, and were blocked twice in that stretch, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar lead the game for the 'Blouses with 14 points and 12 rebounds, but he also had 4 turnovers.

    Final Score: Bruce willis 108, Game...Blouses 79

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  9. DarthIntegral Force Ghost

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    Standings

    Alley Division

    Sahara Heatwave 3-1 (+32)
    Honey Nut Cheerios 3-1 (+25)
    L.A. Courtsiders (2-2) (-11)
    Blue Screen of Death 0-4 (-46)


    Oop Division

    Midland City Gutless Wonders 3-1 (+23)
    Bruce Willis 3-1 (+62)
    We Talkin' Bout Practice? 2-2 (-28)
    Game...Blouses 0-4 (-57)

    Next set of games:

    Sahara Heatwave @ Blue Screen of Death
    Honey Nut Cheerios @ L.A. Courtsiders

    Game...Blouses @ Midland City Gutless Wonders
    Bruce Willis @ We Talkin' Bout Practice?
  10. tom Chosen One

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    woohoo! a little sad that the result didn't come down to the wife though. :p

    i'll stick with the same lineup for the next game.
  11. DarthIntegral Force Ghost

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    Bah! Damn typos!

    Oh well. I could edit it, but what fun would that be.
  12. heels1785 Jedi Draft and Streak for Colors Commissioner

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    Nice. I will stick with the same lineup as well, try to keep the streak alive.
  13. EmpireForever Chosen One

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    Gutless Wonders depth chart
    PG #1 - Chris Paul ('08-'09) (35 min) / PG #2 - Lafayette Lever ('88-'89) (10 min) / PG #3 - Kevin Johnson ('88-'89) (3 min)
    SG #1 - Dwyane Wade ('08-'09) (38 min) / SG #2 - Clyde Drexler ('88-'89) (10 min) SG #3 - Ray Allen ('00-'01) (0 min)
    SF #1- Larry Bird ('84-'85) (38 min) / SF #2 - Alex English ('82-'83) (10 min)
    PF #1- Chris Webber ('00-'01) (24 min) / PF #2 - Elvin Hayes ('70-'71) (24 min)
    C #1- Wilt Chamberlain ('61-'62) (48 min) / C #2 - Alonzo Mourning ('99-'00) (0 min)
  14. EmpireForever Chosen One

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    Gutless Wonders(3-1)Team stats through 4 games
    • FG%: 50.4 3P%: 26.9 FT%: 65.6 REBPG: 53.5 ASTPG: 34 PPG: 109
    Leaders
    • PPG: Wilt Chamberlain: 25; Chris Paul: 17
    • Rebounds: Wilt Chamberlain: 17; Elvin Hayes: 6
    • Assists: Chris Paul: 9; Dwyane Wade: 7
    • Blocks: Wilt Chamberlain: 3; Elvin Hayes: 1.5
    • Steals: Chris Paul: 2.2; Wilt Chamberlain: 1.5
  15. MandaloreYak Force Ghost

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    C: Dwight Howard (37.6), Nate Thurmond(10.4)
    PF: Tim Duncan (39.3), Dolph Schayes (8.7)
    SF: Elgin Baylor (28), James Worthy (10), Bobby Jones (10)
    SG: Oscar Robertson (40), Anfernee Hardaway (8)
    PG: Bob Cousy (24), Rajon Rondo (12), Joe Dumars (12)
  16. Darth Tunes SfC Commish on an "All-Star" break

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    L.A. Courtsiders revised (again) depth chart:

    PG: Johnson (37)-Frazier (11)
    C: Olajuwon (32)-Reed (16)
    PF: McHale (30)- DeBusschere (18)
    SF: Durant (22)-Wilkins (20)-Horry (6)
    SG: Monroe (16)-Mullin (16)- Goodrich (16)



    Not liking the fact that the Courtsiders are at .500.
  17. The Great No One Force Ghost

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    hey, they're better than the lakers this season. :p
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  18. MarcusP2 Games and Community Reaper

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  19. Jedi Gunny Yahtzee Host

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    Picky, eh, Tunick? At least you have a win. :p
  20. MandaloreYak Force Ghost

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    I want to do this with football very badly.
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  21. The Great No One Force Ghost

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    oooo... me likey that idea yak.
  22. DarthIntegral Force Ghost

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    One of the earliest things DMC and I talked about was if this was succesful with basketball, branching it out to other sports, too. WhatIf supports NBA, MLB, NHL, and NFL, as well as limited NCAA Football and Basketball.

    Game coming up shortly.
  23. Jedi Gunny Yahtzee Host

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    I'd be up for drafts in those sports, especially MLB.
  24. The Great No One Force Ghost

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    have to say, sounds like a lot of fun. and hopefully this one could be considered successful.
  25. MandaloreYak Force Ghost

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    I would be, uh, more than happy to let someone else have my spot in MLB lol. I would say NBA as well, but I guess no one would believe me...