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  1. #1
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    Position by Position Rankings

    I based this off of what position they are listed as in the game. Factored in not only ratings, but production as well. Enjoy!

    Point Guard

    1. Ray Allen
    2. Andre Miller
    3. Jason Kidd
    4. Steve Nash
    5. Steve Francis
    6. Baron Davis
    7. Gary Payton
    8. Nick Van Exel
    9. Jason Terry
    10. Allen Iverson

    Shooting Guard
    1. Tracy McGrady
    2. Kobe Bryant
    3. Vince Carter
    4. Jerry Stackhouse
    5. Cuttino Mobley
    6. Michael Finley
    7. Eddie Jones
    8. Joe Johnson
    9. Richard Hamilton
    10. Kerry Kittles

    Small Forward
    1. Grant Hill
    2. Paul Pierce
    3. Antoine Walker
    4. Antawn Jamison
    5. Jamal Mashburn
    6. Shawn Marion
    7. Clarence Weatherspoon
    8. Glenn Robinson
    9. Shareef Abdur-Rahim
    10. Andrei Kirilenko

    Power Forward
    1. Kevin Garnett
    2. Chris Webber
    3. Dirk Nowitzki
    4. Tim Duncan
    5. Raef LaFrentz
    6. Ben Wallace
    7. Antonio Mcdyess
    8. Tyson Chandler
    9. Elton Brand
    10. Rasheed Wallace

    Center
    1. Shaquille O'Neal
    2. Karl Malone
    3. Marcus Camby
    4. Yao Ming
    5. Jermaine O'Neal
    6. Brett Holman
    7. Alonzo Mourning
    8. Theo Ratliff
    9. Elden Campbell
    10. Vlade Divac

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    How is Weatherspoon better than Robinson or Shareef?

    Dallas Mavericks GM
    2000-2001 - 50-32 (Conf. Semis)
    2001-2002 - 54-28 *Division Champs (Conf. Finals)
    2002-2003 - 63-19 *Division Champs (NBA Finals)
    2003-2004 - 63-19 *Division Champs (Conf. Finals)
    2004-2005 - 70-12 *Division Champs (Conf. Semis)
    2005-2006 - 23-59
    2006-2007 - 18-64
    2007-2008 - 47-35
    2008-2009 - 49-33
    2009-2010 - 61-22 *Division Champs (NBA Finals)
    2010-2011 - 61-22 *Division Champs (NBA Champs!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by carter15 View Post
    How is Weatherspoon better than Robinson or Shareef?
    I didn't just look at scoring. Shareef can be averaging 30 on a bad team for all I care. Weatherspoon is the better defender among the three and the better rebounder. He may not score as much as the other two, but he does everything else. All three can be interchangeable. I just placed them there do to personal preference and thinking

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    Well you told me to argue about it

    Dallas Mavericks GM
    2000-2001 - 50-32 (Conf. Semis)
    2001-2002 - 54-28 *Division Champs (Conf. Finals)
    2002-2003 - 63-19 *Division Champs (NBA Finals)
    2003-2004 - 63-19 *Division Champs (Conf. Finals)
    2004-2005 - 70-12 *Division Champs (Conf. Semis)
    2005-2006 - 23-59
    2006-2007 - 18-64
    2007-2008 - 47-35
    2008-2009 - 49-33
    2009-2010 - 61-22 *Division Champs (NBA Finals)
    2010-2011 - 61-22 *Division Champs (NBA Champs!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by carter15 View Post
    Well you told me to argue about it
    Of course. I just felt like replying back haha

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    PF is really strong. Although Ben/Lafrentz/Chandler can all be Cs as well.

    Dallas Mavericks GM
    2000-2001 - 50-32 (Conf. Semis)
    2001-2002 - 54-28 *Division Champs (Conf. Finals)
    2002-2003 - 63-19 *Division Champs (NBA Finals)
    2003-2004 - 63-19 *Division Champs (Conf. Finals)
    2004-2005 - 70-12 *Division Champs (Conf. Semis)
    2005-2006 - 23-59
    2006-2007 - 18-64
    2007-2008 - 47-35
    2008-2009 - 49-33
    2009-2010 - 61-22 *Division Champs (NBA Finals)
    2010-2011 - 61-22 *Division Champs (NBA Champs!)

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    Thoughts:
    Van Exel and Nash too high at PG
    Mobley is better than Stack and Carter
    I'd take both Walker and Pierce over Hill
    Rashee too low at PF
    Chandler too low at PF
    Duncan too low at PF
    Malone too high at C
    PF 1-8 is ridiculous
    SG 1-5 is ridiculous

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    I'm trying to think how LAfrentz became so good. Not gonna assume rigging was involved lol. Maybe good pot.

    Hornets have two great SF's. Wonder who's playing where and what defense changes.

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    Uh-Mar-Aye

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    no pau

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    PF is loaded. He can probably sneak in there but I'll be honest, I forgot about Pau lol

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    I think mcdyess and wallace are way to high. I can understand wallace with his defense, but what does mcdyess do that is better then the other guys?

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    No Derek Fisher

    Also Kobe>TMac

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    Quote Originally Posted by drose View Post
    No Derek Fisher

    Also Kobe>TMac
    Fisher sucks.

    ya i just wanted to change it up a bit so i put tmac #1 lol. Tmac is definitely having the better season this yr too

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    No J Coll. Given that he was ALL NBA 2nd team, that seems unfair
    Utah Jazz Sim GM
    2003: 28-54, 11th in the West
    2004: 33-49, 10th in the West
    2005: 35-47, 12th in the West
    2006: 45-37, 8th in the West, 1st Round loss
    2007: 57-25, 3rd in the West, 1st Round loss
    2008: 30-52, 12th in the West
    2009: 47-35, 6th in the West, WCF loss
    2010: 47-35, 7th in the West, WCF loss
    2011: 5-77, 14th in the West
    2012: 38-44, 10th in the West
    2013: 41-41, 8th in the West, 1st Round loss
    2014: 50-32, 2nd in the West, 2nd Round loss


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