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JWO35
02-29-2016, 02:38 PM
If you were given 25-30 mins in a NBA game how many points do you think you could score? No handicaps or anything like that...you are allowed to play whatever position that best fits your skill set.

Hawkeye15
02-29-2016, 02:40 PM
0

Scoots
02-29-2016, 03:07 PM
0

Scoots
02-29-2016, 03:08 PM
0

Have you ever seen http://www.billmurraystory.com/ Bill hasn't grown up at all since Caddyshack it seems.

KnicksorBust
02-29-2016, 03:12 PM
I'm 6'1 and grew up playing PF/C. I would get destroyed down low. :laugh: Maybe if I get spoon fed a bunch of open mid-range shots I would hit one from the elbow.

So I''ll be genenous and ridiculously over-confident... 2 points.

Hawkeye15
02-29-2016, 03:16 PM
Have you ever seen http://www.billmurraystory.com/ Bill hasn't grown up at all since Caddyshack it seems.

Bill Murray is the most awesome human being alive haha.

I should have known it would never work with my ex when she told me she didn't like him

valade16
02-29-2016, 03:18 PM
If it was guaranteed I would get 25-30 minutes no matter how bad I played I think I could average around 3 points a game simply from the defender leaving me wide open and getting the occasional kick out for a 3. My % would be at best in the low 20's.

I can't even imagine how bad the defense would be for whatever team I'm on. I think the worst, most unathletic player in the NBA would have a +30-40 impact against me. If I were in the starting lineup for the Warriors instead of Harrison Barnes they would not even be a playoff team.

MasterWok
02-29-2016, 03:18 PM
I'm 110% positive i would score 3.

it would be eerily similar to those high school videos, with the special needs kids knocking down a 3.

Literally me

Hawkeye15
02-29-2016, 03:20 PM
If it was guaranteed I would get 25-30 minutes no matter how bad I played I think I could average around 3 points a game simply from the defender leaving me wide open and getting the occasional kick out for a 3. My % would be at best in the low 20's.

I can't even imagine how bad the defense would be for whatever team I'm on. I think the worst, most unathletic player in the NBA would have a +30-40 impact against me. If I were in the starting lineup for the Warriors instead of Harrison Barnes they would not even be a playoff team.

you would probably just cherry pick you stat whore

valade16
02-29-2016, 03:22 PM
you would probably just cherry pick you stat whore

Honestly me cherry picking might actually improve my team's defense :laugh2:

ewing
02-29-2016, 03:24 PM
probably about 100

Hawkeye15
02-29-2016, 03:25 PM
Honestly me cherry picking might actually improve my team's defense :laugh2:

haha, one step above Lillard. At least you can't get IN the way on defense.

phantasyyy
02-29-2016, 03:31 PM
0 unless i get fouled... then i would probably clank the two FT's so, 0

still1ballin
02-29-2016, 03:39 PM
maybe 1....i'll flop and hope to get a call

urban85disciple
02-29-2016, 03:40 PM
I'm a pretty good shooter, so I would say 6. I'd shoot every time I touched the ball simply based on the fact I'm guaranteed 25-30 minutes.

Alayla
02-29-2016, 03:46 PM
Minutes don't really assure shooting touches but even at a highschool level scoring was never part of my game i played like a 4 in the body of a guard i think i could make some nice passes out of post position maybe draw a foul now and then but i wouldn't be at all effective.
Defense was my specialty but at an NBA level i would definitely lack the lateral speed and the strength to do even that.

CHANGO
02-29-2016, 03:51 PM
Maybe 3 points, of course if I shoot maybe 5 times on the game. LMAO!

kdspurman
02-29-2016, 03:52 PM
0

What if Harden is covering you?

effen5
02-29-2016, 03:57 PM
The answer should be 0 for everyone

BKLYNpigeon
02-29-2016, 03:57 PM
you can all probably hit an open shot or two, but you would give up 40+ points.

your +/- would be -50+

KingPosey
02-29-2016, 04:03 PM
Conservatively, 25-30 or so. Again that's being conservative.

Hawkeye15
02-29-2016, 04:05 PM
What if Harden is covering you?

10-12

Hawkeye15
02-29-2016, 04:06 PM
The answer should be 0 for everyone

it would be 0. For everyone. Do people realize how gigantic and fast these guys are?

Burkey3472
02-29-2016, 04:11 PM
Are we talking about getting a normal amount of shots or playing 25-30 minutes and taking every single shot? If I am taking every single shot and get off around 50 shots in a 30 minute span, I think I'd be able to hit a couple of them (most would be blocked). If you only get a few shots I would have zero chance of getting any points.

CHANGO
02-29-2016, 04:15 PM
you can all probably hit an open shot or two, but you would give up 40+ points.

your +/- would be -50+

This.

That's why I said 3 points, I'm sure I can hit one wide open three pointer in at least 5 tries. But of course, if they are really playing defense then there is no way I would score. :laugh:

Scoots
02-29-2016, 04:17 PM
it would be 0. For everyone. Do people realize how gigantic and fast these guys are?

I think Chris Mullin could probably score a couple points in a game today and he can barely walk. If you can shoot eventually you will score ... in a team game.

A lot of NCAA players can probably score in an NBA game.

Maybe there are retired NBA players or current or recent NCAA players here ... can't say nobody here would score 0 :)

Slug3
02-29-2016, 04:18 PM
I am pretty sure I would not average the 25-30 minutes and would probably foul out in 10 minutes or less seeing how I am not tall and can't guard anyone. Might still be somewhat fast, but still being short I couldn't even cover PGs, lol.

I would probably only score on a leak out open fast break, but even then I would find a way to blow the open layup.

Dee_Edge
02-29-2016, 04:25 PM
it would be 0. For everyone. Do people realize how gigantic and fast these guys are?

dido

Tkais9009
02-29-2016, 04:26 PM
I'm 110% positive i would score 3.

it would be eerily similar to those high school videos, with the special needs kids knocking down a 3.

Literally me

This is the best post I've ever read haha

Hawkeye15
02-29-2016, 04:27 PM
I think Chris Mullin could probably score a couple points in a game today and he can barely walk. If you can shoot eventually you will score ... in a team game.

A lot of NCAA players can probably score in an NBA game.

Maybe there are retired NBA players or current or recent NCAA players here ... can't say nobody here would score 0 :)

Mullin is also 6'7", and was an all time shooter.

The problem is their size, speed, and strength. You would basically need to get lucky from outside.

Are you an NCAA player? Retired NBA player? Do you think any here are?

You should know how difficult it is to score on NBA talent.

Ball_Out
02-29-2016, 04:34 PM
I could get coach about 6-8 points. I play at UCI all the time with college and some D-league guys. Ive been playing at a high level my whole life.

pacofunk64
02-29-2016, 04:40 PM
Let's see here....I averaged 8 ppg in high school against some of the best competition in NE IA lol. I was a 6'2" 3-4 guy so I would have to play Guard in the NBA. Over an 82 game span I truly feel I could score 10 pts. So I feel I could average .12 ppg. Every game you are going to have just by pure luck at least a few open shots. You're bound to make one once in a while lol.

Alayla
02-29-2016, 04:50 PM
it would be 0. For everyone. Do people realize how gigantic and fast these guys are?

right.

Scoots
02-29-2016, 05:00 PM
Mullin is also 6'7", and was an all time shooter.

The problem is their size, speed, and strength. You would basically need to get lucky from outside.

Are you an NCAA player? Retired NBA player? Do you think any here are?

You should know how difficult it is to score on NBA talent.

I already said I'd score 0 ... I just said that to say NOBODY here could score a point was possibly too far to go. MAYBE someone here might get fouled when they set a screen and were run over by an NBA player who didn't see them standing there.

I certainly think it's likely nobody on PSD could AVERAGE 1 point per 30 minutes per NBA game, but it's possible there is an actual current NBA player lurking among the thousands of accounts on PSD. I don't know so I can't speak for everyone else :)

Ball_Out
02-29-2016, 05:12 PM
I already said I'd score 0 ... I just said that to say NOBODY here could score a point was possibly too far to go. MAYBE someone here might get fouled when they set a screen and were run over by an NBA player who didn't see them standing there.

I certainly think it's likely nobody on PSD could AVERAGE 1 point per 30 minutes per NBA game, but it's possible there is an actual current NBA player lurking among the thousands of accounts on PSD. I don't know so I can't speak for everyone else :)

Its really not that big of a deal. The higher the level, the more systematic the play is. Your playing with other NBA players and running NBA plays. Most of these plays are developed for someone to get open. If your in decent shape, you can get open and hit an uncontested jumper or get a lane for a layup.

Pierzynski4Prez
02-29-2016, 05:25 PM
0 unless i get fouled... then i would probably clank the two FT's so, 0

This.

I would also have Patrick Ewing sweat after about 3 times up and down the court.

nastynice
02-29-2016, 05:32 PM
Probably 15 or so. Guys, its not all that hard. Players score 15 pts ALL THE TIME. You get a couple buckets, you draw a couple fouls on the way to the rack. Probably one or two steals leads to a couple gimme layups. Have you never played basketball before?

Miltstar
02-29-2016, 05:53 PM
on one hand I don't think anyone would guard me on the other I don't think anyone would pass me the ball. There is zero chance of me getting around an NBA caliber defender and I'm not a very good shooter. It's possible I'd luck into a couple points but in reality they wouldn't leave someone playing so below average on the floor long enough to find out

Hawkeye15
02-29-2016, 06:03 PM
Probably 15 or so. Guys, its not all that hard. Players score 15 pts ALL THE TIME. You get a couple buckets, you draw a couple fouls on the way to the rack. Probably one or two steals leads to a couple gimme layups. Have you never played basketball before?

I played high school, was recruited to some small schools, played in leagues with some guys who were very good D-1 players, and was easily the worst in the league. There was a point in time I might have been able to hit an open jumper, but I am also under 6', and you are clearly not giving enough credit to how big, strong, fast, and skilled NBA players are. If you could get 15, you would be in the NBA currently.

I played high school ball against Sam Jacobson. He absolutely wrecked shop in high school. He was a bench warmer who got some minutes here and there in the NBA. Playing against a 6'5" guard with a 37" vertical was scary in high school. I can't imagine playing against guys that make him look meh.

Slug3
02-29-2016, 06:05 PM
Probably 15 or so. Guys, its not all that hard. Players score 15 pts ALL THE TIME. You get a couple buckets, you draw a couple fouls on the way to the rack. Probably one or two steals leads to a couple gimme layups. Have you never played basketball before?

I feel like a lot of teams would like a guy who could get 15 points a night coming off the bench. So why are you not in the NBA?

R. Johnson#3
02-29-2016, 06:38 PM
0

I'm pretty sure that no matter what team I get put on, I won't be given the ball at all on offense. There's not a chance in hell that a pro is going to give the ball to a regular *** man. I can't see a coach even including me in timeouts. I could miraculously get a steal on defense and someone from my own team would probably rip the ball out of my hands before I could even dribble.

Vee-Rex
02-29-2016, 06:43 PM
0 points, and mainly because I was never a good shooter. My game is mostly about defense and rebounding, though I'm an okay finisher around the rim. I'm only 5'9 so yeah, my game wouldn't translate well at all to the NBA.

However, give me a 10-game contract with 25-30 minutes a game and I'm sure I'd managed to squeak out a few points here and there. I'm scrappy, great at defending on the perimeter (might manage to get a steal or two), and very speedy with a nice floater jump-shot, so I'd bet my life that I can score 10 points in 10 games (especially if my minutes are garbage-time minutes).

CHANGO
02-29-2016, 06:52 PM
I feel like a lot of teams would like a guy who could get 15 points a night coming off the bench. So why are you not in the NBA?


LOL :laugh:

Jeffy25
02-29-2016, 06:55 PM
If I could shoot free throws....probably a few.

I would never score in an actual game.

The speed, athleticism, and coverage of ground. I would score nothing, allow a lot of points, and probably have several turnovers.

And I played through high school and was pretty good. But I would be overmatched even for a D2 college team.

RLundi
02-29-2016, 06:56 PM
Probably 3 points. Eventually I'm gonna get open when the opposing PG double teams someone and I'll make at least one of those kickout threes.

Come to think about it, I'd make at most one of those kickout threes, out of like 7 or something. In the day-to-day life, I never feel particularly small (5-9, 170) but when on the court with some of these giants you feel minuscule and insignificant. I played against a D-League player in college a few years back and the guy was literally just toying with me while draining jumper after jumper. I had to go home and watch a little porn afterward, just to regain a tiny sense of my manhood.

ghettosean
02-29-2016, 06:57 PM
What if Harden is covering you?

10-12

Lol... That's the only player I think I could score against.

Lakers + Giants
02-29-2016, 06:58 PM
i'm assuming ima be left open because itll be easy for the defender to let me take a shot. They'll know ima hit at most 10% of my shots so if i got around 10 shots wide open looks i think I'll make 1. 2 pts, and that's me being confident as a good shooter.

Hawkeye15
02-29-2016, 07:01 PM
Lol... That's the only player I think I could score against.

oh I could straight up take Harden off the dribble :)

goingfor28
02-29-2016, 07:39 PM
I mean if I attempted to score every time I got the ball I don't see why I wouldn't be able to average 5 a game. I'm 6' and when I played all I did was camp out at the 3 pt line and wait for someone to pass to me.
Now I doubt I'd ever be given the ball, so maybe not. But if I was given the ball like a regular player and shot or made an attempt at driving and drawing a foul every time, there is no way anyone would average 0.

Scoots
02-29-2016, 08:11 PM
Probably 15 or so. Guys, its not all that hard. Players score 15 pts ALL THE TIME. You get a couple buckets, you draw a couple fouls on the way to the rack. Probably one or two steals leads to a couple gimme layups. Have you never played basketball before?

Draymond Green is maybe going to finish top 10 in MVP voting this year and isn't averaging 14 points a game, but you can get 15?

I have to assume you are joking.

Scoots
02-29-2016, 08:12 PM
oh I could straight up take Harden off the dribble :)

I could take him off the dribble ... once. Then he'd beat the **** out of me for kicking him in the junk first.

kdspurman
02-29-2016, 08:28 PM
Draymond Green is maybe going to finish top 10 in MVP voting this year and isn't averaging 14 points a game, but you can get 15?

I have to assume you are joking.

Averaging and scoring 1 time are different though. The op said how many could you score in a game

Corey
02-29-2016, 08:30 PM
I'd probably foul out before 25-30 minutes with hand checks.

If they sagged off assuming I'm a complete bum, I could hit an open jumper, though.

dhopisthename
02-29-2016, 08:39 PM
0 for me because I would have a heart attack trying to chase someone on defense in the first five minutes.

LanceUpperCut
02-29-2016, 08:39 PM
I've always been a decent FT shooter so banking on defensive 3 in the key tech and they let me shoot it I'm confident I'd hit that FT. So maybe 1 if everything falls in my favor.

PowerHouse
02-29-2016, 08:45 PM
I would probably score 4 points but rack up 17 assists and grab 8 rebounds.

PowerHouse
02-29-2016, 08:46 PM
Just kidding, I would probably foul out in 10 minutes.

Ty22Mitchell
02-29-2016, 08:54 PM
Considering I'm 5'7 and well past my D3 college football days of working out, my goal would be just to advance the ball past half court.

I do feel like I could be a good cheerleader from the bench though.

Phantom Dreamer
02-29-2016, 08:59 PM
The answer should be 0 for everyone1 point, if the coaching staff felt charitable and let you shoot a technical free throw.

Monta is beast
02-29-2016, 09:01 PM
Depending on whos guarding me. I'd say bare minimum 4 cause im not dumb id try and get to the line as much as possible. Id be hard af to get a clean look i would drive everytime i got handles

Monta is beast
02-29-2016, 09:03 PM
0 for me because I would have a heart attack trying to chase someone on defense in the first five minutes.

Thats a good point. Plus they would attack you on d everytime. I feel like if i could get a month of run in practice with the team i could do something tho

xILLN355
02-29-2016, 09:44 PM
Considering I averaged around 2-3 points in high school with over/under 28 minutes a game, I'd say zero haha

Ball_Out
02-29-2016, 10:05 PM
I played high school, was recruited to some small schools, played in leagues with some guys who were very good D-1 players, and was easily the worst in the league. There was a point in time I might have been able to hit an open jumper, but I am also under 6', and you are clearly not giving enough credit to how big, strong, fast, and skilled NBA players are. If you could get 15, you would be in the NBA currently.

I played high school ball against Sam Jacobson. He absolutely wrecked shop in high school. He was a bench warmer who got some minutes here and there in the NBA. Playing against a 6'5" guard with a 37" vertical was scary in high school. I can't imagine playing against guys that make him look meh.

I can tell you for a fact that isnt true. Not starting anything with you. But just because a guy isnt in the NBA doesnt mean he isnt freakishly athletic. I play with some guys that just dont have it all upstairs and ruin there own chances to make it. There isnt a lot, but there some. lol.

Corey
02-29-2016, 10:15 PM
I can tell you for a fact that isnt true. Not starting anything with you. But just because a guy isnt in the NBA doesnt mean he isnt freakishly athletic. I play with some guys that just dont have it all upstairs and ruin there own chances to make it. There isnt a lot, but there some. lol.

Yup.

I play with a couple 7 footers and some D1 talent every summer. Lots of kids that just dont have the game figured out upstairs that got by on athleticism/size growing up. Im good friends with two bigs that are playing low level pro ball in Germany that got D1 looks coming out of high school, but they were never able to turn it into a pro career in the US. Got some d-league offers and tryouts but nothing concrete.

Kyben36
02-29-2016, 10:32 PM
I would give myself a modest 2 points, i really dont think im that bad. but i know im not good in terms of athlete, i might sneek a buucket now and then. on a back cut or something,

i would probably have 3-4 assist though, im a really good passer and unselfish, which would be another reason why i would suffer on points, id probably just dish the ball to one of my teamates who actually played in college. and have worked their lives at this for the basket.

Scoots
02-29-2016, 11:11 PM
Averaging and scoring 1 time are different though. The op said how many could you score in a game

But he said he could get 15 because it's easy ... if it's easy why isn't Draymond doing it? Why aren't all of the NBA players doing it when they get up to 25 minutes? Or, as was my point, maybe it's not easy.

kdspurman
02-29-2016, 11:28 PM
But he said he could get 15 because it's easy ... if it's easy why isn't Draymond doing it? Why aren't all of the NBA players doing it when they get up to 25 minutes? Or, as was my point, maybe it's not easy.

I don't think it'd be easy, but someone having a hot hand isn't out of the question.

And the reason Dray doesn't is because a couple other guys on the team are decent scorers lol. Maybe in this hypothetical you're given the green light to shoot 20+ times

mrblisterdundee
03-01-2016, 12:41 AM
I'd be that dude sent in to club Stephen Curry's kneecap: 1000 POINTS.

JAZZNC
03-01-2016, 01:18 AM
At 33, I'd immediately puke and crap myself while blowing my knees out the first time I tried to chase a guy around a couple screens. At 19 I feel like I could have scored one or two baskets over the course of a season haha! I could run all day so my only hope would be to do my best Rip Hamilton impression and the guy just get tired of chasing me. I played against some of the guys that were on the UNCW team when they were making the tournament and there was no real chance of even getting a shot off if they were trying. Being 5'9" with zero vertical is gonna be a big time problem!

As crazy as this sounds I think it might be easier to catch a pass in the NFL for an average guy than it would be to score a bucket in the NBA.

jerellh528
03-01-2016, 01:52 AM
I would gas out within 10 mins because I'm as tall as cp3 but as heavy as taj Gibson. Lifting for looks and not for functionality has ruined my athleticism, but I'm still addicted to it. But if I HAD to be on the court for 30 mins, id probably get around 10 points on 10-15% shooting, close to half would come from free throws. I'd also have about 10- 15 turnovers from getting stolen from.

jerellh528
03-01-2016, 01:55 AM
At 33, I'd immediately puke and crap myself while blowing my knees out the first time I tried to chase a guy around a couple screens. At 19 I feel like I could have scored one or two baskets over the course of a season haha! I could run all day so my only hope would be to do my best Rip Hamilton impression and the guy just get tired of chasing me. I played against some of the guys that were on the UNCW team when they were making the tournament and there was no real chance of even getting a shot off if they were trying. Being 5'9" with zero vertical is gonna be a big time problem!

As crazy as this sounds I think it might be easier to catch a pass in the NFL for an average guy than it would be to score a bucket in the NBA.

Weirdly I thought about this too. But I'd have to say the opposite, it would be close to impossible for an average joe to catch a pass against nfl dbs. You'd have to beat your man within the 3 seconds the qb has to throw before getting sacked as well as be the best option on his progression tree

Blink
03-01-2016, 03:01 AM
25 now and I often talked about this in high school with friends. We always thought we would be able to atleast score. We were a pretty good basketball team but we had no height. Tallest guy was about 6'5" foreigner.

To put this in perspective we played against of all people Javele McGee. Lol was so funny watching anybody try to shoot a 3. He could block anything and everything. So now try to imagine playing against smart players actually playing in the NBA.

Although I was a basketball tournament and Chris Kaman and Jason Terry were playing on the same team and lost. We're not trying at all though.

nastynice
03-01-2016, 03:04 AM
Although I was a basketball tournament and Chris Kaman and Jason Terry were playing on the same team and lost. We're not trying at all though.

oh that's cool, I used to be a basketball tournament too, before. Now I'm just a human

na, jk, that IS pretty cool to play with those guys tho

nastynice
03-01-2016, 03:08 AM
Weirdly I thought about this too. But I'd have to say the opposite, it would be close to impossible for an average joe to catch a pass against nfl dbs. You'd have to beat your man within the 3 seconds the qb has to throw before getting sacked as well as be the best option on his progression tree

I don't know about impossible. As long as the qb knows how to throw the ball, u'll get one. I'm obviously not nfl caliber, but think about it, dbs REACT to YOU. A little stutter step and you won't have anyone within 5 yards of you.

jerellh528
03-01-2016, 03:15 AM
I don't know about impossible. As long as the qb knows how to throw the ball, u'll get one. I'm obviously not nfl caliber, but think about it, dbs REACT to YOU. A little stutter step and you won't have anyone within 5 yards of you.

If only it were as easy as a little stutter step lol, they're trained to read and react to the slightest body movements. Dbs also react to Calvin Johnson and it was rare for him to get 5 yards of space lol. This is assuming that if by some miracle you do get seperation that you'd be able to catch a ball goin sometimes 50mph and keep it after the hit. I think it'd be much easier to make a jumper in the NBA than catch a ball in the nfl.

mikekhelxD
03-01-2016, 03:49 AM
Im positive i'll score in multiples of 3. Most likely 0 or 3 though. Im around 5'6", so the only way I can take a shot without someone harrasing me is through a mid court shot. I'll just sing in my head Drake's 0 to 100 and pretend to be Steph Curry with the shot boy! I am a pretty good shooter though, so I have a shot. Once they figure it out and start pressing me, i'll take the bench warming position with pride.

Phantom Dreamer
03-01-2016, 03:54 AM
I'd be that dude sent in to club Stephen Curry's kneecap: 1000 POINTS.I'm still waiting for the one guy who will put him on his butt the few times he drives in the lane. It's a different time unfortunately.

nastynice
03-01-2016, 04:29 AM
If only it were as easy as a little stutter step lol, they're trained to read and react to the slightest body movements. Dbs also react to Calvin Johnson and it was rare for him to get 5 yards of space lol. This is assuming that if by some miracle you do get seperation that you'd be able to catch a ball goin sometimes 50mph and keep it after the hit. I think it'd be much easier to make a jumper in the NBA than catch a ball in the nfl.

I know, i'm just being dumb. If I tried a stutter step against a nfl db, i'd probably twist my ankle, lol. Same with my earlier post, I can't even score 15pts against people my size on the street courts, how the hell I'm a "draw a foul taking it to the rack." My **** would get swatted to the 10th row, lol

ombada
03-01-2016, 06:25 AM
0.

5'6 Athletic but fat. I wouldnt get a shot up. blocks.... blocks for days.

They would have to allow hockey subs, cause i would be absolutely useless on D.

100% would throw a DickPunch and get ejected.

Sportsguy9695
03-01-2016, 07:41 AM
Im not sure I could score but I know I could get a ton of rebonds. I was the king of the box out when i played and no 1 does that anymore in the nba

Raidaz4Life
03-01-2016, 08:08 AM
-2, might accidentally score in the wrong basket because I'd think I was wide open

Toronto Homer
03-01-2016, 08:27 AM
I would not only get 0 points, but I would never last the minimum minutes in the scenario. I would foul out in about 3 minutes. I have no hope of keeping up with the guys in the NBA. I'm a pretty decent athlete, but these guys are so much better than most of us give them credit for.

ManningToTyree
03-01-2016, 09:37 AM
If they aren't playing me like I'm handicapped I'd say zero.

True Sports Fan
03-01-2016, 11:09 AM
If the kings are guarding me, maybe 6 or 8. Any other team 0 lol

Tony_Starks
03-01-2016, 11:47 AM
People saying they'd probably get a open shot there is a difference between a open shot at the rec league with nobody within a mile from you and NBA open for like a split second before a 6'5 dude recovers and closes out on you, damn near blocking your shot. It's not that easy.

That being said with playing time I'd be good for a legit 5,6 points on pure scraps. A put back or foul off a offensive board, slash to the hole when somebody is doubled, or just running the floor on breaks.


...my man is scoring 60 tho, so I'm shipped to Philly as soon as the game is over!

Hawkeye15
03-01-2016, 12:06 PM
People saying they'd probably get a open shot there is a difference between a open shot at the rec league with nobody within a mile from you and NBA open for like a split second before a 6'5 dude recovers and closes out on you, damn near blocking your shot. It's not that easy.

That being said with playing time I'd be good for a legit 5,6 points on pure scraps. A put back or foul off a offensive board, slash to the hole when somebody is doubled, or just running the floor on breaks.


...my man is scoring 60 tho, so I'm shipped to Philly as soon as the game is over!

haha

Hinkie: "Ohh, that Tony Starks could really be part of the process"

Blink
03-01-2016, 12:50 PM
oh that's cool, I used to be a basketball tournament too, before. Now I'm just a human

na, jk, that IS pretty cool to play with those guys tho

Got to love late night grammar.

But to clarify me being at that basketball tournament....I was watching lol.

Tony_Starks
03-01-2016, 01:13 PM
haha

Hinkie: "Ohh, that Tony Starks could really be part of the process"


LOL

"We think it'd be valuable to bring Starks in to mentore our young guys....he exemplifies what we're trying to achieve here!"

Jamiecballer
03-01-2016, 04:29 PM
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