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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2008 2:00 am    Post subject: SJS Team Page: Page Completed

Team Info and Stat Chart:
http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n155/nombreesizzyt/ATLteamchart.jpg

Depth Chart:
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PG               SG               SF            PF             C
Chauncey Billups Sidney Moncrief  Chris Mullin  Dan Roundfield David Robinson
Quinn Buckner    Allan Houston    Bobby Jones   Jack Sikma     Jack Sikma   
Craig Hodges     Bruce Bowen      Bruce Bowen   Bobby Jones    Raef LaFrentz
                 Chauncey Billups Allan Houston Raef LaFrentz  Dan Roundfield




Writer, Coach, and Players Quotes with Highlight Videos!:
Chauncey Billups
Popovich: "He's Nash-like: He's distributing the basketball just as well as he's scoring points when they need them," says Popovich . "He's keeping it all together, he plays D and his team exhibits unbelievable confidence in allowing him to run the whole damn thing."
Highlight Reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncL6xBPWpew

Sidney Moncrief
Michael Jordan: "When you play against Moncrief, you're in for a night of all-around basketball. He'll hound you everywhere you go, both ends of the court. You just expect it."
Highlight Reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueWFDhfD1BM

Chris Mullin
"When God made basketball," Magic Johnson says, "He just carved Chris Mullin out and said, This is a player.' "
Highlight Reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_je5lfF_ow

Dan Roundfield
Portland Assistant Coach Bucky Buckwalter: "He's so damn strong he beats you to death. He's an intimidator inside on defense, and he does so many little things well that he seems to make their other players look better."
Images: http://www.nba.com/media/hawks/roundfield1_012606_170.jpg http://www.checkoutmycards.com/CardImages/Cards/035/258/07F.jpg

David Robinson
NBA.com: Regarded as one of the top centers of his era, if not of all time, David “the Admiral” Robinson was a marvel of a basketball player and a respected figure off the court. A lean, muscular 7-foot-1 athlete, he was fast, strong and agile.
Highlight Reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S36g_AZX84M

Jack Sikma
Bruce Newman: The inside pivot is now referred to by basketball people simply as the Sikma Move, and big men are schooled in its intricacies the same way that young ballroom initiates were once taught the lindy hop.
Game 7, 78 Finals: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilymLFx_Mf4

Bobby Jones
Curry Kirkpatrick: Bobby Jones is the perfect defensive forward for a Brown-coached team. He can run with Rick Barry and John Havlicek, jump with Julius Erving and George McGinnis, and shoot like nobody else—he has the best two-year shooting percentage in the league.
Highlight Reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CO1UvhQMnRk

Allan Houston
Jackie MacMullan: "Here's why Houston is so coveted: He's only 26, has good size (6'6", 200 pounds), is sound defensively, makes intelligent decisions, steers clear of trouble off the court and, despite his placid demeanor, competes ferociously. He's also locked up for another five seasons at $8 million per, an eminently reasonable sum in today's NBA . What's more, Houston has shown he can rise to the occasion. In the playoffs he has scored 20.7 points per game, 6.3 more than his career regular-season average."
Highlight Reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKoGDiAKxco

Quinn Buckner
Alexander Wolff: "By swapping the retired 34-year-old Dave Cowens to Milwaukee for Quinn Buckner , a first-rate 28-year-old guard, Auerbach , Boston 's president and general manager, undoubtedly improved his team—and its 63-19 record was the league's best last season. Buckner is a defensive stopper a la Don Chaney and K.C. himself"
Image: http://www.heraldtimesonline.com/sports/hh/1976/finals1.jpg

Bruce Bowen
Ray Allen: "He pulls on you, he grabs on you, he hits your elbow every time you shoot. Whenever you've got the basketball, he'll shove you--then he'll fall. He's put out on the floor to harass me. Pop [Spurs coach Gregg Popovich ] knows what [ Bowen 's] doing out there: They think he's playing defense, but anybody in the league will tell you he's one guy you can't stand because of the way he's playing defense." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35kyz8FiZU8
Raef LaFrentz Mark Bechtel: "His ability to step back and hit the three creates matchup nightmares."
Highlight Reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9V5bD5zjyg

Craig Hodges
Jack McCallum: "One thing is for sure: Hodges and the retired Larry Bird (who won the first three shoot-outs, in 1986, '87 and '88) have given the contest its finest moments. Hodges is the only player to have competed in all seven, holds the single-round record of 25 baskets (of 30) and made a record 19 in a row two years ago. He is truly the game's three-point king." Highlight Reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paG-hw-LUas



Awards, Achievements and Notes:

    1. Chauncey Billups
    05-06: All-NBA 2nd Team, All-Defense 2nd Team, All-Star, 5th in MVP voting, 1st in ORtg
    Career: x1 NBA Champ, Finals MVP, 3 Time All-Star, x1 All-NBA 3rd Team, x1 All-NBA 2nd Team

    2. Sidney Moncrief
    82-83: DPOY, All-NBA 1st Team, All-Defensive 1st Team, All-Star, 4th in MVP voting
    Career: x2 DPOY, x1 All-NBA 1st team, x4 All-NBA 2nd Team, x4 All-Defensive 1st Team, x1 All-Defensive 2nd Team, x5 All-Star, x1 1st in ORtg

    3. Chris Mullin
    91-92: 1st Team All-NBA, All-Star, Minutes played Champ
    Career: x1 All-NBA 1st Team, x2 All-NBA 2nd Team, x1 All-NBA 3rd team, x5 All-Star, x1 3P% Champ, shot over 40% from 3 6 times, and over 45% from 3 three times, x2 Minutes/Game Champ, x1 FT% Champ

    4. Dan Roundfield
    79-80: All-NBA 2nd Team, All-Defensive 1st Team, All-Star, 5th in MVP voting
    Career: x1 All-NBA 2nd Team, x3 All-Defensive 1st Team, x2 All-Defensive 2nd Team, x3 All-Star

    5. David Robinson
    94-95: MVP, All-NBA 1st Team, All-Defensive 1st Team, All-Star
    Career: x2 NBA Champ, x1 MVP, x1 DPOY, x1 ROY, x4 All-NBA 1st Team, x2 All-NBA 2nd Team, x3 All-NBA 3rd Team, x4 All-Defensive 1st Team, x4 All-Defensive 2nd Team, x10 All-Star, x1 Scoring Champ, x1 Rebounding Champ, x5 Top 3 MVP voting, x5 1st in DRtg

    6. Jack Sikma
    81-82: All-NBA Defensive 2nd Team, All-Star, Led league in defensive rebounds, 9th in MVP voting, 1st in DRtg
    Career: x1 NBA Champ, x1 All-NBA Defensive 2nd Team, x7 All-Star

    7. Bobby Jones
    76-77: All-Defensive 1st Team, All-Star, 1st in DRtg
    Career: x1 NBA Champ, x1 6th Man, x8 All-Defensive 1st Team (in the NBA, more in ABA), x1 led the league in FG%

    8. Allan Houston
    Career: x2 All-Star, x5 over 40% from 3, 40.2% on 3s career, 42.0% on 3s career playoff

    9. Quinn Buckner
    79-80: All-Defensive 2nd Team
    Career: x1 NBA Champ, x4 All-Defensive 2nd Team, x1 led league in Steals/Possession

    10. Bruce Bowen
    05-06: All-Defensive 1st Team
    Career: x3 NBA Champ, x5 All-Defensive 1st Team, x3 All-Defensive 2nd Team, x1 3P% Champ

    11. Raef LaFrentz
    Career: x2 3+ BPG, x4 2+BPG, x1 40 3P%+, Career 36.4 3P%

    12. Craig Hodges
    Career: x2 NBA Champ, x2 3P% Champ, once shot 49.1% from 3, career 40.0% from 3, x3 straight All-Star Shoot Out Championships (19 straight 3s, score of 25/30 in 1 round)


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 06, 2008 2:57 pm    Post subject:

Just got LaFrentz and Houston in FA for half of the MLE each. Both were added for spacing and offense.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 09, 2008 10:42 am    Post subject:

Rumor has it that Thompson has been dealt for an SF.

Details to be released by the league.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2008 3:11 pm    Post subject:

Team Stat Chart added.

Awards, player breakdowns, video highlights, quotes, and player notes coming soon.
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