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valade16
09-22-2017, 04:09 PM
Members of the PSD Community came together and participated in an All-Time NBA Redraft. They drafted, traded and signed all time players to create the best team possible. This is the 1st Round of the playoffs.

Special stipulations for this game included: No NBA or ABA MVP winners eligible. Each team had to start (and play 24 minutes) 2 players who did not play a single game after 1990. Additionally, each player is judged on the a single season/the best season of their career, as selected by the GM.

Please look at the teams and vote for which team you think would win in a 7 game series.

Team Dhop has home court advantage for the series:

Team Dhop:

PG: Jerry West (36) / Isaiah Thomas (12)
SG: Chett Walker (24) / Mitch Richmond (24) / Byron Scott
SF: Ron Artest (24) / Mitch Richmond (12) / Chet Walker (6) / Tayshaun Prince (6)
PF: Elvin Hayes (36) / Ron Artest (12)
C: Dikembe Mutombo (36) / Rudy Gobert (12)

Jerry West 1965-1966 31.2 PPG 7.5 APG 4.6 RPG .572 ts%(no 3pt line) 2nd in Mvp Voting, all NBA 1st team All NBA 1st team defense. 15.2 win shares(lead the league) 24.6 per(led the league)
Elvin Hayes 1974-1975 23.0 PPG 2.5 APG 12.2 RPG 2.3 BPG 3rd in MVP voting, All NBA 1st team All defensive 2nd team 12.5 win shares 8.2 defensive win shares(lead the league)
Dikembe Mutombo 1996-1997-13.3 PPG 11.6 RPG 3.3 BPG .584 TS% DPOY 6.6 defensive win shares 4.5 DPM(lead the league)
Ron Artest -18.3 ppg 5.3 RPG 3.7 APG 2.1 SPG DPOY
Chet Walker 22 PPG 6.1 RPG 2.3 APG .583 TS% 14.5 win shares (3rd behind Wilt and Kareem)
Mitch Richmond 96-97 25.9 ppg 4.2 ast 4 RPG 1.5 steals 43% 3pt% 10.8 win shares All NBA 2nd team
Rudy Gobert 2016-2017 14.0 ppg 12.8 RPG 2.6 BPG .681 TS% 14.3 win shares 6 defensive(lead NBA) 2nd in DPOY 2nd team all NBA
Byron Scott 1987-1988 21.7 PPG 4.1 APG 4.1 RPG .590 TS% 34.5% from 3(44% the year before)
Tayshaun Prince 2006-2007 14.3 PPG 2.8 APG 5.2 RPG 38.6 3pt%All defensive 2nd team
Isaiah Thomas 2016-2017 28.9 PPG 5.9 APG .625 TS% 12.5 win shares All NBA 2nd

vs.

San Diego Luna:

PG: Porter (30) / Gus Williams (18) / Sharman (0)
SG: Sharman (24) / Ginobili (22) / Gus Williams (2)
SF: Marion (28) / Marques Johnson (12) / Ginobili (8) / Roger Brown (0)
PF: McHale (24) / Webber (18) / Marion (6)
C: Lovellete (24) / McHale (12) / Webber (12)

PG Terry Porter (1990-91)
SG/SF Manu Ginobili (2006-07)
SF/PF Shawn Marion (2005-06)
PF/C Kevin McHale (1986-87)
C Clyde Lovellette (1959-60)
G Bill Sharman (1956-57)
SF Marques Johnson (1980-81)
PF/C Chris Webber (2001-02)
SG/SF Roger Brown (1969-70)
G Gus Williams (1979-80)

mightybosstone
09-22-2017, 04:18 PM
Thanks for getting this up, valade! I think this still may need a poll, but picking dhop's team is a pretty easy pick for me. Burying Webber on this depth chart was a bad decision, and starting a center who peaked in 1960 just exacerbates that mistake. Dhop's starters win at four of five positions, and I just think his team has more talent in addition to being stacked on the defensive end.

The one edge I see here for the opposing team is on the bench. Manu and Webber off the bench is obviously incredible, but I'm not in love with Webber getting nearly half his minutes at the 5. On the flip side, I think Artest would struggle to defend McHale and Webber when Hayes goes to the bench. And while I love little IT offensively, he's obviously a huge liability on defense. But those two matchup issues alone aren't remotely enough to make up for the huge advantage dhop has across the board otherwise.

valade16
09-22-2017, 04:23 PM
Thanks for getting this up, valade! I think this still may need a poll, but picking dhop's team is a pretty easy pick for me. Burying Webber on this depth chart was a bad decision, and starting a center who peaked in 1960 just exacerbates that mistake. Dhop's starters win at four of five positions, and I just think his team has more talent in addition to being stacked on the defensive end.

The one edge I see here for the opposing team is on the bench. Manu and Webber off the bench is obviously incredible, but I'm not in love with Webber getting nearly half his minutes at the 5. On the flip side, I think Artest would struggle to defend McHale and Webber when Hayes goes to the bench. And while I love little IT offensively, he's obviously a huge liability on defense. But those two matchup issues alone aren't remotely enough to make up for the huge advantage dhop has across the board otherwise.

If you're on the app I don't think you can see polls.

mightybosstone
09-22-2017, 04:53 PM
Nah. I think I just posted this before you added the poll. But no worries, as it's showing up now. Thanks for getting these up, man! I really appreciate it!

GREATNESS ONE
09-22-2017, 11:39 PM
Yea I think Dhop got this one.

JAZZNC
09-24-2017, 04:07 AM
Gotta go with Dhop here. He's got easily the best player, the defense is spectacular, and a bench of IT/Mitch "Criminaly Underrated" Richmond/Gobert is pretty damn tough. Could also go really big for a few minutes a game with Mutumbo and Gobert (although the spacing would be terrible, nobody getting anything in the paint).

KnicksorBust
09-24-2017, 03:13 PM
Dhop

valade16
09-25-2017, 05:42 PM
Team Dhop wins