NBA Offseason

Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by RyansTitans, Jul 13, 2007.

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  1. PhiSlammaJamma

    PhiSlammaJamma Critical Possession

    The bottom line is that it basically allows you and any other team to trade above the salary cap with relative ease. Teams need it to complete deals. If you own one, teams will need you to complete their deals too.
  2. Crash Override

    Crash Override inVINCEable

    the knicks got zach randolph, i guess im happy, but thank god they traded francis. next we need to get rid of marbury, and get a real pg.
  3. DCtitan49

    DCtitan49 Guest

  4. Crash Override

    Crash Override inVINCEable

    stevenson is garbage. they compared him to jordan on, they had such high expectations for him but man does he suck. He lost a shooting contest to gilbert arenas while gilbert shot with one hand.
  5. DCtitan49

    DCtitan49 Guest

    uhhh, stevenson is one of the great defensive players in this league, he has a great Field Goal Percentage, as far as im concerned, he is that "Role Player" that every team needs to be great, he is that Michael Finley on the spurs....
  6. Crash Override

    Crash Override inVINCEable

    Keep telling yourself that lmao.
  7. DCtitan49

    DCtitan49 Guest

    yea whats your favorite team, cuz anyone can rip holes through a persons basketball team...
  8. BigRed3

    BigRed3 Straight Cash, Homey

    Apparently, the KG to Boston trade talks are back on. Danny Ainge really wants to win next year. Even if it does mortgage off their future, a KG-Ray Allen-Paul Pierce trio is pretty sick.
  9. BigRed3

    BigRed3 Straight Cash, Homey

  10. RyansTitans

    RyansTitans Guest

    Wow That hurts alot...


    I will project a starting 5 for each team with subs, please tell me who wins each division and who wins the conference title.

    The New Improved Atlantic Division:

    The Boston Celtics:
    PG: Rajon Rondo
    SG: Ray Allen / Tony Allen
    SF: Paul Pierce / Powe
    PF: Kevin Garnett / Scalabrine / Wallace
    C : Kendrick Perkins

    The New Jersey Nets:
    PG: Jason Kidd / Marcus Williams / Eddie House
    SG: Vince Carter / Bernard Robinson /Ant. Wright
    SF: Richard Jefferson / Bostjan Nachbar
    PF: Nenad Kristic / Josh Boone / Sean Williams
    C : Jamaal Magloire / Jason Collins / Mile Ilic

    The New York Knickerbockers:
    PG: Stephon Marbury / Nate Robinson / Dan Dickau
    SG: Jamal Crawford / Fred Jones / Mardy Collins
    SF: Q Richardson / Renaldo Balkman / W. Chandler
    PF: Zach Randolph / David Lee / J. Jeffries/Rose
    C : Eddy Curry / Randolph Morris / Jerome James

    The Philladelphia 76ers:
    PG: Andre Miller / Kevin Ollie
    SG: Andre Iguodala / Willie Green / Lou Williams
    SF: Kyle Korver/B Jones/Young/Carney/Amundson
    PF: Shavlik Randolph / Jason Smith
    C : Samuel Dalembert / Steven Hunter

    The Toronto Raptors:
    PG: TJ Ford / Juan Dixon / Jose Calderon
    SG: Anthony Parker /Carlos Delfino/ Luke Jackson
    SF: Jason Kapono / Maceo Baston/Joey Graham/Moon
    PF: Chris Bosh / Jorge Grabajosa / Humphries
    C : Rasho Nesterovic / Andrea Bargnani

    The Always Tough Central Division:

    The Chicago Bulls:
    PG: Kirk Hinrich / Chris Duhon
    SG: Ben Gordon / Thabo Sefolosha /Adrian Griffin
    SF: Luol Deng / Andres Nocioni / Victor Khryapa
    PF: Tyrus Thomas / Joakim Noah / Joe Smith
    C : Ben Wallace / Aaron Gray

    My Beloved Cavaliers:
    PG: Daniel Gibson / Eric Snow / Damon Jones
    SG: Larry Hughes / Sasha / Brown / Wesley
    SF: LeBron James / Ira Newble
    PF: Drew Gooden / Donyell Marshall
    C : Zydrunas Ilgauskas / Anderson Varejao

    The Detroit Pistons:
    PG: Chauncey Billups / Lindsey Hunter
    SG: Rip Hamilton/Flip Murray/Afflalo/Stuckey/Mej
    SF: Tayshaun Prince / Ron Dupree / Amir Johnson
    PF: Rasheed Wallace / McDyess / Maxiell
    C : Nazr Mohammed / Cheick Samb

    The Indiana Pacers:
    PG: Jamaal Tinsley /Darrell Armstrong/ T Diener
    SG: Marquis Daniels / Kareem Rush / Dre Owens
    SF: Mike Dunleavy / Danny Granger / Step Graham
    PF: Jermaine O'neal / Ike Diogu /Shawne Williams
    C : Troy Murphy / Jeff Foster / David Harrison

    The Milwaukee Bucks:
    PG: Maurice Williams / Lynn Greer
    SG: Michael Redd
    SF: Bobby Simmons / Desmond Mason / David Noel
    PF: Charlie Villanueva / Damir Markota
    C : Andrew Bogut / Dan Gadzuric / Jake Voskuhl

    Finally, the much better South East Division:

    The Atlanta Hawks:
    PG: Speedy Claxton / Tyronn Lue / Acie Law / AJ
    SG: Joe Johnson / Josh Childress / S Stoudamire
    SF: Josh Smith / Marvin Williams
    PF: Shelden Williams / Al Horford / Sol Jones
    C : Zaza Pachulia / Lorenzen Wright

    The Charlotte Bobcats:
    PG: Raymond Felton
    SG: Jason Richardson / Matt Carroll
    SF: Gerald Wallace / Adam Morrison / Jar Dudley
    PF: Emeka Okafor / Sean May / O Harrington
    C : Primoz Brezec / Walter Herrmann / Hollins

    The Miami Heat:
    PG: Jason Williams / Smush Parker / Chris Quinn
    SG: Dwayne Wade / Daequan Cook / Richardson
    SF: Udonis Haslem / Dorel Wright / Mar Slaughter
    PF: Antoine Walker / Wayne Simien / Joel Anthony
    C : Shaq / Alonzo Mourning / Chris Doleac

    The Orlando Magic:
    PG: Jameer Nelson / Carlos Arroyo/ Keyon Dooling
    SG: Keith Bogans / JJ Redick
    SF: Rashard Lewis / Trevor Ariza / Hedo Turkoglu
    PF: Dwight Howard / Pat Garrity
    C : Chris Webber / Tony Battie / James Augustine

    The Washington Wizards:
    PG: Gilbert Arenas / Antonio Daniels
    SG: DeShawn Stevenson / Nick Young
    SF: Caron Butler / Darius Songaila
    PF: Antawn Jamison / Andray Blatche
    C : Etan Thomas / Brendan Haywood

    This assumes Webber goes to Orlando.
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