Arena The Basketball Draft II

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  1. heels1785 Jedi Draft and Streak for Colors Commissioner

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    As long as I finish ahead of BLEACH!?!?!?!, I'm okay at this point.

    Same lineup.
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    WE MADE THE PLAYOFFS?!

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  9. Darth Tunes SfC Commish on an "All-Star" break

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    Since I've got nothing to lose at this point, time for bizarro minutes!


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    L.A. Courtsiders

    SG: Kobe Bryant (47 minutes), Gordon Hayward (1 minute)
    SF: Luol Deng (19 minutes), Metta World Peace (29 minutes)
    PF: Zach Randolph (40 minutes), Luis Scola (8 minutes)
    C: Omer Asik (30 minutes), Spencer Hawes (10 minutes), Tyler Zeller (8 minutes)
    PG: Ty Lawson (25 minutes), Nate Robinson (23 minutes)
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  11. DarthIntegral Force Ghost

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    If you were really crazy, you'd start Kobe at Center. Or point.
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  12. heels1785 Jedi Draft and Streak for Colors Commissioner

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    Best post I've seen in 10 years
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  14. Darth Tunes SfC Commish on an "All-Star" break

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    @DarthIntegral

    Ok, time for a revision!


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    L.A. Courtsiders

    PG: Kobe Bryant (47 minutes), Gordon Hayward (1 minute)
    SF: Luol Deng (19 minutes), Metta World Peace (29 minutes)
    PF: Zach Randolph (40 minutes), Luis Scola (8 minutes)
    C: Omer Asik (30 minutes), Spencer Hawes (10 minutes), Tyler Zeller (8 minutes)
    SG: Ty Lawson (25 minutes), Nate Robinson (23 minutes)
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    Hey speaking of gtav five days ago, does anyone play on Live? My gt is notoriousUIG if anyone wants to add me.
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    Targeting Saturday, hoping to sandwich sims around the Buckeye game.
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    For the 360? If so, mine is PointStolen
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    Cool. I'll add you later.
  19. DarthIntegral Force Ghost

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    The Knight Shift vs. Shaqtastic - 29 Points

    Game 1 Play-by-Play | Full Box Score
    Game 2 Play-by-Play | Full Box Score

    With their playoff hopes hanging on by a thread, The Knight Shift did exactly what you'd expect in their final regular season home game. They shot 24% from the field, missed 12 three-pointers, and allowed Shaqtastic to shovel some dirt on their grave. Kyle Korver was especially egregious for the Knight Shift, missing every shot he took in his nine-minutes of floor
    time, and taking every shot from beyond the arc. Glen Davis wasn't much better - three-of-fifteen on the night, and Chris Paul (5 points in 38 minutes) picked a very bad time to be very average. For Shaqtastic, it was the usual suspects: John Wall (11 points, 12 assists), Kyrie Irving (19 points), and Kevin Garnett (16 points, 12 rebounds).

    Back in Cleveland, Shaqtastic took care of business, and put pressure on their rivals. They finished off the quick sweep of the Knight Shift, giving themselves a chance at the #1 seed if both Heads for Hibbert and 10 Points for Griffindor slip up. Kyrie Irving and John Wall combined to score 42 points, and Chris Paul was once again very limited - scoring only six points - allowing Shaqtastic to end the regular season on a high note. For the Knight Shift, it'll be an off-season of knowing every goal they had was left unrealized.
  20. DarthIntegral Force Ghost

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    BLEACH?!?!?!?! vs. Heads for Hibbert

    Game 1 Play-by-Play | Full Box Score
    Game 2 Play-by-Play | Full Box Score

    In need of a positive result to keep pressure on Boogie and the Indecisions and keep their hope of hte playoffs running strong, BLEACH?!?!?!?! came into a home game against Heads for Hibbert trying to keep pace for the #1 seed. And BLEACH?!?!?!?! couldn't find the right answers. Paul George scored 21 points, grabbed 11 rebounds, and shot an efficient 8/10 from the field as he brought Hibbert to level in the win column with Shaqtastic and put BLEACH?!?!?!?! on the outside looking in at the moment.

    The rematch started with a serious shootout, and ended with two victims. The two teams came out on fire, and combined for 78 points in the first quarter. Heads for Hibbert stayed hot the entire night - shooting 52% from the field - to take the game. And, with it, they took Shaqtastic's hope for a first round bye. And, they put BLEACH?!?!?!?!'s playoff hopes on life support. Paul George was once again the chief running the show - 23 points, 11 rebounds - but Mike Conley (17 points, 10 assists, 4 steals) really helped this machine run well.
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  21. MandaloreYak Force Ghost

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    Boogie and the Indecisions vs. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club

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    With BLEACH?!?!?!?! and The Knight Shift having already been swept, Boogie and the Indecisions needed only a single win to clinch a playoff spot. Sgt. Pepper, eliminated a round earlier, had only pride to play for. Halfway through the fourth quarter, Pride vs. Playoffs was at a standstill ... until an unlikely hero showed up for Boogie. Tristan Thompson scored 5 points in a quick 7-0 run for Boogie that broke a standstill and sent them marching on towards victory ... and a playoff spot. Thompson had an efficient night - 12 points on 5/6 shooting in just 19 minutes. But, no surprise here, it was Kevin Durant who keyed the victory with 31 points and 14 rebounds.

    Even with their playoff spot sewed up, Boogie and the Indecisions didn't take their foot off the gas in their final game. Kevin Durant scored 22, but Rajon Rondo's 19 points, 13 assists, and 6 rebounds were the key for this game. Russel Westbrook scored 20, handed out 7 assists, and grabbed 6 rebounds, but poor three-point shooting - the starters were a combined 2/11, the entire team 24% for the game - sunk Sgt. Pepper's Yellow Submarine, leaving them asking for Help, but stranded in Strawberry Fields Forever, longing for Yesterday.
  23. DarthIntegral Force Ghost

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    Game, Blouses vs. L.A. Courtsiders

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    Game 2 Play-by-Play | Full Box Score

    With one team (Game, Blouses) locked into the #2 seed in the NBA Conference, and the other team (L.A. Courtsiders) locked into last place in the ABA Conference, this series had both teams with nothing much to play for.

    Kobe Bryant apparently didn't get that message.

    Bryant followed up a spectacular 37 point, 9 assist effort in the series opener on the road with an even more impressive 39 points, 19 assist, 9 rebound effort in the home leg, powering his team to a relatively meaningless sweep of their final series.
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  24. The Great No One Force Ghost

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    umm... i'm curious, how is jimmy butler getting 30 plus minutes when he has none assigned to him... and starting? that... just what?

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    having looked, it seems that joakim noah and jimmy butlers minutes have somehow gotten switched. i'm somewhat surprised that's worked, considering where that means butler has played.

    no biggie i don't guess, was just kind of confused.

    although that probably explains why hickson was such a terror.
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  25. Darth Tunes SfC Commish on an "All-Star" break

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    I clearly should have had Kobe at the point a hell of lot sooner.
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