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PostPosted: Sat Jun 15, 2013 6:38 pm    Post subject: All Time League 2013 Rotations & Rotation Changes

Use this thread to post your player rotations, and any changes that you want to make to the rotation as the year goes on.

Atlanta Dirty Birds

Atlanta Dirty Birds Player Years

86-87 Isiah Thomas
90-91 Derek Harper
01-02 Steve Nash
04-05 Ray Allen
00-01 Doug Christie
84-85 Dudley Bradley
99-00 Jamal Mashburn
97-98 Toni Kukoc
11-12 Pau Gasol
96-97 Antonio Davis
79-80 Moses Malone
00-01 Marcus Camby

G: Isaiah Thomas-24 mpg, Derek Harper- 14 mpg, Steve Nash-10 mpg
SG: Doug Christie- 20 mpg, Derek Harper- 16 mpg, Dudley Bradley- 12 mpg
SF: Ray Allen -28 mpg, Toni Kukoc- 16 mpg, Doug Christie- 4 mpg
PF: Marcus Camby- 28 mpg, Pau Gasol- 20 mpg,
C: Moses Malone- 38 mpg, Pau Gasol- 10 mpg

Boston Strong

PG: (03-04) Baron Davis 24 / (08-09) Chauncey Billups 24 / (70-71) Pete Maravich 0
SG: (06-07) Kobe Bryant 40 / (89-90) Dominique Wilkins 8 / (06-07) Kyle Korver 0
SF: (89-90) Dominique Wilkins 28 / (02-03) Shareef Abdur-Rahim 20 / (73-74) Connie Hawkins 0
PF: (93-94) Horace Grant 35 / (85-86) Joe Barry Carroll 13 / (02-03) Shareef Abdur-Rahim 0
C: (68-69) Nate Thurmond 45 / (85-86) Joe Barry Carroll 3 / (02-03) Theo Ratliff 3

Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stouts

1986-87 Michael Jordan
1971-72 Bob Lanier
2005-06 Ben Wallace
1986-87 Maurice Cheeks
1977-78 Rick Barry
1997-98 Anthony Mason
1991-92 Dan Majerle
1983-84 Gus Williams
1987-88 Jack Sikma
2005-06 Bonzi Wells
1996-97 Wesley Person
1972-73 Elmore Smith

PG: [86-87] Maurice Cheeks 32 / [83-84] Gus Williams 16 / [05-06] Bonzi Wells 0
SG: [86-87] Michael Jordan 38 / [91-92] Dan Majerle 7 / [96-97] Wesley Person 3 / [05-06] Bonzi Wells 0
SF: [77-78] Rick Barry 35 / [91-92] Dan Majerle 8 / [96-97] Wesley Person 5 / [05-06] Bonzi Wells 0
PF: [05-06] Ben Wallace 20 / [87-88] Jack Sikma 16 / [97-98] Anthony Mason 12
C: [71-72] Bob Lanier 34 / [05-06] Ben Wallace 14 / [87-88] Jack Sikma 0 / [72-73] Elmore Smith 0

Chicago Bull-Crap

PG: Sidney Moncrief 37, Michael Ray Richardson 11, Dee Brown 0
SG: Jerry Sloan 37, Michael Ray Richardson 11, Joe Johnson 0,
SF: Larry Bird 40, Larry Nance 8, Peja Stojakovic 0
PF: Larry Nance 27, Gus Johnson 21, Samuel Dalembert 0
C: George T Johnson 26, Gus Johnson 17, Shawn Bradley 5

Cleveland Rocks

Cleveland Rocks -

PF: Dirk Nowitzki (PF) 28; Rasheed Wallace (PF) 8; Vin Baker (PF) 12

C: Dwight Howard (C) 36 ; Caldwell Jones (C)12

SF: Billy Cunningham 24 ; Dirk 12 ; Richard Jefferson (SF) 12

SG: Iverson 18; T. Hardaway 18; B Cunningham 12

PG: Tim Hardaway (PG) 18; Iverson 18; Norm Van Lier (PG) 12

05-06 Allen Iverson
97-98 Tim Hardaway
73-74 Norm Van Lier
71-72 Billy Cunningham
02-03 Richard Jefferson
00-01 Jalen Rose
88-89 Reggie Lewis
05-06 Rasheed Wallace
00-01 Dirk Nowitzki
06-07 Dwight Howard
97-98 Vin Baker
83-84 Caldwell Jones

Detroit Gems

PG - Magic Johnson 35, Derrick Rose 10, Larry Hughes 3, Hubert Davis 0
SG - Earl Monroe 35, Larry Hughes 10, Hubert Davis 3, Magic Johnson 0
SF - James Worthy 25, Bob Love 20, Robert Horry 3, Larry Hughes 0
PF - Dave Debusschere 30, Derrick Coleman 15, Robert Horry 3, Jermaine O'Neal 3
C - Patrick Ewing 36, Jermaine O'Neal 12, Derrick Coleman 0

Detroit Gems Player Years

81-82 Magic Johnson
11-12 Derrick Rose
02-03 Larry Hughes
94-95 Hubert Davis
74-75 Earl Monroe
90-91 James Worthy
73-74 Bob Love
92-93 Robert Horry
72-73 Dave DeBusschere
99-00 Derrick Coleman
00-01 Jermaine O'Neal
93-94 Patrick Ewing

Golden State 49ers

PG-(96-97)Gary Payton(36mpg) (09-10)Raymond Felton(12)/ (78-79) Don Buse(0)

SG-(81-82) Bernard King(22)/ (09-10) Raymond Felton (16)/ (92-93) Kenny Smith(10)

SF-(76-77)Julius Erving(36)/(81-82) Bernard King(12) (96-97) Eddie Jones(0)

PF-(77-78)B.McAdoo(40)/ (82-83)Terry Tyler(8) (08-09) (86-87) Kevin Willis(0)

C-(12-13)T.Chandler(32)/ (86-87) Kevin Willis(16)/ (81-82)Tree Rollins(0)

Hickory Hoosiers

PG: (91-92) John Stockton-36, (00-01) Andre Miller-12, (03-04) Brent Barry-0, (06-07) Andre Iguodala-0
SG: (00-01) Andre Miller-22, (03-04) Brent Barry-22, (06-07) Andre Iguodala-4, (05-06) Tayshaun Prince-0
SF: (06-07) Andre Iguodala-33, (78-79) Dan Roundfield-15, (05-06) Tayshaun Prince-0, (93-94) Hot Rod Williams-0
PF: (68-69) Elvin Hayes-37, (78-79) Dan Roundfield-11, (93-94) Hot Rod Williams-0, (70-71) Bill Bridges-0
C: (split [65-66]) Walt Bellamy-40, (68-69) Elvin Hayes-8, (70-71) Bill Bridges-0, (82-83) Maurice Lucas-0

Houston Rockets

Houston Rockets Player Years

83-84 Norm Nixon
10-11 Dwyane Wade
88-89 Fat Lever
85-86 World B. Free
95-96 Glen Rice
98-99 Detlef Schrempf
79-80 Walter Davis
85-86 Charles Barkley
73-74 Spencer Haywood
89-90 Danny Manning
95-96 Alonzo Mourning
87-88 Mark Eaton

PG: Fat Lever (30) Norm Nixon (18)
SG: Dwayne Wade (34) World B. Free (14)
SF: Spencer Haywood (20) Glen Rice (28)
PF: Charles Barkley (34) Spencer Haywood (14)
C: Alonzo Mourning (36) Mark Eaton (12)

Los Angeles Lakers

PG: [75-76] Nate Archibald (36) / [73-74] Gail Goodrich (12)/ [72-73] Lenny Wilkens (0)
SG: [81-82] George Gervin (26) / [92-93] Scottie Pippen (10) / [73-74] Gail Goodrich (12) / [98-99] Michael Finley (0)
SF: [92-93] Scottie Pippen (26) / [81-82] George Gervin (10) / [55-56] Paul Arizin (12)
PF: [85-86] Buck Williams (30) / [93-94] Clifford Robinson (10)/ [84-85] Thurl Bailey (8)
C: [88-89] Hakeem Olajuwon (36) / [88-89] Mark West (10)/ [93-94] Clifford Robinson (2)

Manhattan Alpacas

PG: (74-75) Walt Frazier 38, (04-05) Steve Francis 10, (54-55) Bob Cousy 0
SG: (61-62) Jerry West 38, (04-05) Steve Francis 10, (92-93) Dale Ellis 0
SF: (10-11) Kevin Durant 38, (83-84) Mike Mitchell 10
PF: (89-90) Dennis Rodman 30, (69-70) Paul Silas 18, (88-89) Brad Daugherty 0
C: (84-85) Robert Parish 32, (51-52) George Mikan 16, (88-89) Brad Daugherty 0

PLEASE BE SURE TO USE MIKAN'S 2ND BEST SEASON


Memphis Blues

PG: (00-01) Jason Kidd 32 / (90-91) Micheal Williams 16 / (09-10) Delonte West 0
SG: (94-95) Nick Anderson 26 / (04-05) Darius Miles 14 / (90-91) Micheal Williams 8 / (69-70) Dick Van Arsdale 0
SF: (75-76) Bobby Dandridge 32 / (04-05) Darius Miles 8 / (94-95) Nick Anderson 8
PF: (63-64) Jerry Lucas 32 / (91-92) John Salley 8 / (04-05) Darius Miles 8 / (85-86) Orlando Woolridge 0
C: (65-66) Wilt Chamberlain 46 / (91-92) John Salley 2 / (03-04) Chris Andersen 0

Miami Heatles

PG: (89-90) Terry Porter 35, (81-82) Mike Gale 13, (09-10) Monta Ellis DNP
SG: (90-91) Drexler 32, (87-88) Rodney McCray 12, (75-76) Bob Gross 4, (05-06) Vince Carter DNP
SF: (87-88) Rodney McCray 22, (97-98) McDyess 20, (04-05) Mike Miller 6
PF: (99-00) Garnett 36, (97-98) McDyess 12
C: (97-98) Mutombo 40, (99-00) Garnett 5, (90-91) Manute Bol 3

For Mike Gale: Please use season 81-82 (4th season in NBA)

DNP: Monta Ellis, Vince Carter

Minnesota Wrath of Kahn

PG:[64-65] Oscar Robertson (40) / [88-89] Mark Jackson (8)
SG: [92-93] Reggie Miller (30) / [00-01] Allan Houston (18)
SF: [83-84] Alex English (35) / [09-10] Carmelo Anthony (13)
PF: [06-07] Chris Bosh (30) / [96-97] Charles Oakley (18)
C: [80-81] Artis Gilmore (35) / [04-05] Raef Lafrentz (13)

DNP: [98-99] Stephon Marbury / [01-02] Latrell Sprewell

New Orleans Brass

PG: Johnson 30, Bing 10, Bibby 8
SG: Thompson 30, Elliott, 18
SF: Baylor 38, Artest, 10
PF: Pettit 30, Kemp 18
C: Cowens 38, Ming 10

Phoenix Fury

PG: [96-97] Joe Dumars (37) | [86-87] Dennis Johnson (11)
SG: [85-86] Adrian Dantley (35) | [86-87] Dennis Johnson (13)
SF: [06-07] Shawn Marion (37) | [96-97] Bo Outlaw (11)
PF: [04-05] Elton Brand (26) | [88-89] AC Green (22)
C: [95-96] David Robinson (37) | [04-05] Elton Brand (11)
DNP: [86-87] Paul Pressey | [10-11] Jose Calderon | [00-01] Don Reid | [90-91] Joakim Noah

Portland Pale Alers

PG: (99-00) Terrell Brandon 28, (11-12) Rajon Rondo 17, (06-07) Manu Ginobili 3
SG: (06-07) Manu Ginobili 22, (06-07) Gerald Wallace 20, (94-95) Steve Kerr 6
SF: (98-99) Grant Hill 38, (06-07) Gerald Wallace 10, (81-82) Bobby Jones 0
PF: (97-98) Karl Malone 30, (81-82) Bobby Jones 18, (03-04) Carlos Boozer 0
C: (06-07) Amar'e Stoudemire 30, (10-11) Andrew Bynum 10, (97-98) Karl Malone 8, (12-13) Al Jefferson 0

San Antonio Burrs

PG: Chris Paul(11-12) 33 / Steph Curry(11-12) 11 / Michael Cooper(81-82) 4

SG: Michael Cooper(81-82) 23 / Jamaal Wilkes(81-82) 13 / Chris Mullin(89-90) 12

SF: Chris Mullin(89-90) 23 / Jamaal Wilkes(81-82) 23 / Donyell Marshall(02-03) 2

PF: Tim Duncan(00-01) 23 / Donyell Marshall(02-03) 25

C: Bill Walton(84-85) 20 / Keon Clark(00-01 raptors) 12 / Tim Duncan(00-01) 16

DNP: Harvey Catchings(81-82) PF / Taj Gibson(12-13) PF / Lionel Hollns(78-79) PG


San Diego Clippers

PG: (95-96) Mookie Blaylock 33 / (92-93) Nate McMillan 15 / (92-93) Ron Harper 0 / (60-61) Larry Costello 0
SG: (07-08) Shane Battier 23 / (92-93) Ron Harper 15 / (92-93) Nate McMillan 10 / (60-61) Larry Costello 0
SF: (00-01) Paul Pierce 36 / (07-08) Shane Battier 7 / (01-02) Andrei Kirilenko 5 / (92-93) Ron Harper 0
PF: (01-02) Andrei Kirilenko 21 / (10-11) Josh Smith 27 / (86-87) Bill Laimbeer 0 / (89-90) Rick Mahorn 0
C: (73-74) Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 43 / (10-11) Josh Smith 5 / (89-90) Rick Mahorn 0 / (86-87) Bill Laimbeer 0

Seattle Kings of Sacramento

PG- Anfernee (28), Deron Williams (10), Westbrook (10)
SG - Alvin Robertson (32), Jeff Hornacek (16)
SF - Tracy Mcgrady (28), Luol Deng (10), Danny Granger (10)
PF - Rashard (20), Webber (28)
Center - Shaq (36), Vlade (12)

Spirit of St Louis

PG: [92-93] Mark Price 28, [08-09] Tony Parker 20, [76-77] Paul Westphal 0, [72-73] John Havlicek 0
SG: [96-97] Hersey Hawkins 28, [72-73] John Havlicek 12, [08-09] Tony Parker 8, [76-77] Paul Wesphal 0
SF: [79-80] Marques Johnson 32, [72-73] John Havlicek 16, [92-93] Cedric Ceballos 0, [07-08] Thabo Sefolosha 0
PF: [67-68] Willis Reed 32, [92-93] Dale Davis 16, [61-62] Bill Russell 0, [79-80] Marques Johnson 0
C: [61-62] Bill Russell 32, [12-13] Brook Lopez 16, [92-93] Dale Davis 0, [67-68] Willis Reed 0

Utah Stars

PG:(12-13) LeBron James - 35 (09-10) Darren Collison - 13 (07-08) Ben Gordon-0
SG: (01-02) Kerry Kittles - 30 (00-01) Antonio Daniels 18
SF: (00-01) Lamar Odom - 30 (08-09) Paul Millsap 18 (03-04) Aaron McKie - 0
PF: (84-85) Kevin McHale - 32 (72-73) Clifford Ray 16
C: (68-69) Wes Unseld - 32 (96-97) Arvydas Sabonis 16


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 15, 2013 8:58 pm    Post subject:

Do we have to stick with one rotation for all teams we face?

Also, how (and how quickly) will the sims be done? Just want to get a good idea of how to set my lineups and when I would get an opportunity to change them if they're not working.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 15, 2013 9:02 pm    Post subject:

PG: (99-00) Terrell Brandon - 28 mpg, (11-12) Rajon Rondo - 20 MPG
SG: (06-07) Manu Ginobili - 25 mpg, (10-11) Gerald Wallace - 15 MPG, (94-95) Steve Kerr - 8 MPG
SF: (98-99) Grant Hill - 37 MPG, (77-78) Bobby Jones 11 MPG
PF: (97-98) Karl Malone 37 MPG, (03-04) Carlos Boozer 6 MPG, (77-78) Bobby Jones 5 MPG
C: (06-07) Amar'e Stoudemire 30 MPG, (12-13) Javale McGee 18 MPG, (10-11) Andrew Bynum 0 MPG


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 15, 2013 9:08 pm    Post subject:

Jeffs wrote:
Do we have to stick with one rotation for all teams we face?

Also, how (and how quickly) will the sims be done? Just want to get a good idea of how to set my lineups and when I would get an opportunity to change them if they're not working.


I would recommend that we stick with a rotation unless we feel we want to tweak it to something else (not based on matching up, but rather finding a sweet spot). Maybe we can have a set number of "tweaks" as to not add more work for GT to sift through pages and make changes to this thread before going through the arduous simming process. That's just my feeling on it, and probably how I'm going to go about it.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 15, 2013 9:21 pm    Post subject:

Im pretty sure you can change your lineup anytime you want.this includes minutes and positions.I think most of us will find our best rotation and run with it but also find match ups that work against certain teams.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 16, 2013 7:06 am    Post subject:

Jeffs wrote:
Do we have to stick with one rotation for all teams we face?

Also, how (and how quickly) will the sims be done? Just want to get a good idea of how to set my lineups and when I would get an opportunity to change them if they're not working.


You do not have to stick with one rotation for every team, and can change it whenever you'd like. The schedule is going to mirror the 1979-80 season schedule, and how many games are simmed on a particular day will reflect how many games were played on that day in the 79-80 schedule. Just like the real NBA, there will be some days with a full slate of games, and other days with just a couple.

I'll try to adhere to that as best as I can, although real life commitments may alter that a bit.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 16, 2013 1:58 pm    Post subject:

Will we get a season schedule so we know when our games will be and what not?

Here's my rotation.

PG: Steve Nash-24 mpg, Isaiah Thomas- 24 mpg
SG: Doug Christie- 22 mpg, Derek Harper- 22 mpg, Dudley Bradley- 4 mpg
SF: Ray Allen-32 mpg, Dudley Bradley- 16 mpg
PF: Marcus Camby- 30 mpg, Pau Gasol- 18 mpg
C: Moses Malone- 38 mpg, Pau Gasol- 10 mpg

Feels good to finally be starting this thing. Didn't think that draft would ever end!
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 16, 2013 7:59 pm    Post subject:

I think I will let everyone play to start the season. Need to get a feel for the sim.

PG: Nate Archibald - 24 mpg, Lenny Wilkens - 16 mpg, Gail Goodrich - 8 mpg
SG: George Gervin - 35 mpg, Michael Finley - 13 mpg
SF: Scottie Pippen -38 mpg, Paul Arizin - 5 mpg, Clifford Robinson - 5 mpg
PF: Buck Williams - 33 mpg, Thurl Bailey - 10 mpg, Clifford Robinson - 5 mpg
C: Hakeem Olajuwon - 36 mpg, George Mikan - 10 mpg, Thurl Bailey - 2 mpg
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 5:08 am    Post subject:

This may be a stupid question, since it is just a sims and probably does not play out this way, but do we just allot minutes and not when the minutes come? Will the sim play Magic, for example, for 35 minutes straight, and then Rose for the last 13? Or will it be split up somehow?

I have never done a simulation like this, so I don't know if it will just simulate the game or all 48 minutes and overtimes? Does it simulate a tied game with a minute to go? If so, I'd much rather have Magic in the game than Rose.

Or am I over-thinking it?
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 5:28 am    Post subject:

sim subs randomly during game play.your starters will play at the end of the game and all minutes of overtime
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 5:31 am    Post subject:

1since71 wrote:
sim subs randomly during game play.your starters will play at the end of the game and all minutes of overtime


Even if they've gone over over their allotted time and stats start declining?

Which I guess is the norm for an NBA game.

I should note that if my players don't all get better the more minutes they play I will cry incessantly over the unfair treatment I am getting.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 5:41 am    Post subject:

yes,even if they have gone over thier minutes.sim will also put in non rotation guys if there is foul trouble or during blowouts.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 8:31 am    Post subject:

I have no clue if it makes sense to let everyone play, but what the heck:

PG: Chauncey Billups - 23 mpg, Baron Davis - 20 mpg, Pete Maravich - 5 mpg
SG: Kobe Bryant - 40 mpg, Pete Maravich - 5 mpg, Lionel Hollins - 3 mpg
SF: Dominque Wilkins - 30 mpg, Connie Hawkins - 8 mpg, Kyle Korver - 10 mpg
PF: Horace Grant - 25 mpg, Connie Hawkins - 18 mpg, Shareef Abdur-Rahim - 5 mpg
C: Nate Thurmond - 38 mpg, Theo Ratliff - 5 mpg, Horace Grant - 5 mpg

If the sim is taking non-rotation players and subbing them in for foul trouble and overtime, I'd rather be the one in charge of minutes and position.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 9:08 am    Post subject:

Here's mine:

PG: Jason Kidd 33, Delonte West 10, Dick Van Arsdale 5
SG: Nick Anderson 22, Van Arsdale 11, Raja Bell 10, Bruce Bowen 5
SF: Bobby Dandridge 30, Anderson 7, Bowen 5, Bell 5
PF: Jerry Lucas 32, Orlando Woolridge 11, Chris Andersen 5
C: Wilt Chamberlain 46, Andersen 2
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 9:53 am    Post subject:

ChefLinda wrote:
If the sim is taking non-rotation players and subbing them in for foul trouble and overtime, I'd rather be the one in charge of minutes and position.


Someone can correct me if I am wrong, but I believe what the Sim does, in instances of blow outs or foul trouble, is it uses the next player on your depth chart. For example, at the SF spot, you could give player "a" 30 min, player "b" 18 min, player "c" 0 min and player "d" 0 min. Where there is a blow out or both players "a" and "b" get in foul trouble, the sim will default to player "c." I don't think you have to give player "c" any actual minutes for that to happen, just give that play 0 min and it works.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 9:56 am    Post subject:

LakerSanity wrote:
ChefLinda wrote:
If the sim is taking non-rotation players and subbing them in for foul trouble and overtime, I'd rather be the one in charge of minutes and position.


Someone can correct me if I am wrong, but I believe what the Sim does, in instances of blow outs or foul trouble, is it uses the next player on your depth chart. For example, at the SF spot, you could give player "a" 30 min, player "b" 18 min, player "c" 0 min and player "d" 0 min. Where there is a blow out or both players "a" and "b" get in foul trouble, the sim will default to player "c." I don't think you have to give player "c" any actual minutes for that to happen, just give that play 0 min and it works.


If true, that helps.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 9:59 am    Post subject:

PG: LeBron James - 35, Darren Collison - 13
SG: Kerry Kittles - 30, Antonio Daniels 18
SF: Lamar Odom - 30, Paul Millsap 18
PF: Kevin McHale - 32, Clifford Ray 16
C: Wes Unseld - 32, Arvydas Sabonis 16
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 10:48 am    Post subject:

Miami Heatles line-up for Game 1:

PG: Porter - 38, Felton - 10
SG: Drexler - 34, Carter - 14
SF: Rodney McCray - 24, McDyess - 24
PF: Garnett - 42, McDyess - 6
C: Mutombo - 40, Benoit Benjamin - 8
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 11:47 am    Post subject:

Minnesota

PG:Oscar Robertson-40 Mark Jackson-8
SG: Reggie Miller-30 Latrell Sprewell-18
SF: Alex English-35 Carmelo Anthony-13
PF: Chris Bosh-30 Charles Oakley-18
C: Artis Gilmore-35 Raef Lafrentz-13
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 11:54 am    Post subject:

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Minnesota

PG:Oscar Robertson-40 Mark Jackson-8
SG: Reggie Miller-30 Latrell Sprewell-18
SF: Alex English-35 Carmelo Anthony-13
PF: Chris Bosh-30 Charles Oakley-18
C: Artis Gilmore-35 Raef Lafrentz-13


How long until Melo mutinies?
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 12:59 pm    Post subject:

Hoosiers

PG: (91-92) John Stockton-36, (00-01) Andre Miller-12, (03-04) Brent Barry-0, (06-07) Andre Iguodala-0
SG: (00-01) Andre Miller-22, (03-04) Brent Barry-22, (06-07) Andre Iguodala-4, (05-06) Tayshaun Prince-0
SF: (06-07) Andre Iguodala-33, (78-79) Dan Roundfield-15, (05-06) Tayshaun Prince-0, (93-94) Hot Rod Williams-0
PF: (68-69) Elvin Hayes-37, (78-79) Dan Roundfield-11, (93-94) Hot Rod Williams-0, (70-71) Bill Bridges-0
C: (split [65-66]) Walt Bellamy-40, (68-69) Elvin Hayes-8, (70-71) Bill Bridges-0, (82-83) Maurice Lucas-0

I don't know if it matters but I added guys at the end so the sim knows the order I want guys to go in in case my rotation players are in foul trouble.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:21 pm    Post subject:

Rockets:

PG: Nixon-28 Lever-20
SG: Wade-30 Lever-10 Free-8
SF: Rice-20 Schrempf-15 Davis-13
PF: Barkley-28 Haywood-18 Manning-2
C: Mourning-30 Eaton-12 Haywood-6
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:52 pm    Post subject:

Brass:

PG: Johnson 30, Bing 10, Bibby 8
SG: Thompson 30, Elliott, 18
SF: Baylor 38, Artest, 10
PF: Pettit 30, Kemp 18
C: Cowens 38, Ming 10
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 5:09 pm    Post subject:

Detroit Gems:

PG - Magic Johnson (starter) - 35mpg
Derrick Rose - 10mpg
Larry Hughes - 3mpg
Hubert Davis - 0mpg

SG - Earl Monroe (starter) - 35mpg
Larry Hughes - 10mpg
Hubert Davis - 3mpg
Magic Johnson - 0mpg

SF - James Worthy (starter) - 25mpg
Bob Love - 20mpg
Robert Horry - 3mpg
Larry Hughes - 0mpg

PF - Dave Debusschere (starter) - 30mpg
Derrick Coleman - 15mpg
Robert Horry - 3mpg
Jermaine O'Neal - 0mpg
James Worthy - 0mpg

C - Patrick Ewing (starter) - 36mpg
Jermaine O'Neal - 12mpg
Derrick Coleman - 0mpg
Robert Horry - 0mpg
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 9:00 pm    Post subject:

San Diego Clippers

PG: Mookie Blaylock (28) / Archie Clark (20) / Nate McMillan (0) / Ron Harper (0)
SG: Shane Battier (25) / Nate McMillan (23) / Mitch Richmond (0) / Ron Harper (0)
SF: Josh Smith (25) / Andrei Kirilenko (12) / Paul Pierce (11) / Mitch Richmond (0)
PF: Paul Pierce (25) / Larry Johnson (23) / Josh Smith (0) / Shane Battier (0)
C: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (43) / Josh Smith (5) / Rick Mahorn (0)
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