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valade16
09-22-2017, 04:20 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.

Azkaban Dementors has home court advantage for the series:

Azkaban Dementors:

G: Mark Price (36) - Kirk Hinrich (6) - Brandon Roy (6)
G: Scottie Pippen (33) - Brandon Roy (12) - Dan Majerle (3)
F: Grant Hill (28) - Dan Majerle (15) - Scottie Pippen (5)
F: Dan Roundfield (24) - Carlos Boozer (18) - Grant Hill (6)
C: Walt Bellamy (30) - Vlade Divac (18)

1994 Scottie Pippen: 22.0ppg - 8.7rpg - 5.6apg - 2.9spg - 0.8bpg - 109 ORtg - 7.2 VORP (3rd) - 8.3 BPM (2nd) - 23.2 PER (4th) - 54.4ts% - 24.6ast% - 27.1usg% - 0.194 WS/48 (9th)
1997 Grant Hill: 21.4ppg - 9.0rpg - 7.3apg - 1.8spg - 0.6bpg - 114 ORtg - 7.9 VORP (1st in '97) - 8.0 BPM (2nd in '97) - 25.5 PER (4th in '97) - 55.6ts% - 36.0ast% - 28.31usg% - 0.223 WS/48 (5th in '97)
1993 Mark Price: 18.2ppg - 2.7rpg - 8.0apg - 1.2spg - 3.07 AST/TOV - 41.6 3pt% - 120 ORtg - 3.1 VORP - 3.2 BPM - 22.1 PER (8th in '93) - 60.9ts% (7th in '93)- 38.1ast% (6th in '93) - 24.5usg% - 0.197 WS/48 (7th in '93)
1962 Walt Bellamy: 31.6ppg (2nd) - 19.0rpg (3rd) - 2.7apg - 26.3 PER (3rd) - 55.4ts% (1st) - 20.4usg% - 0.233 WS/48 (2nd) - 13.4 OWS - 16.3 WS (2nd)
1980 Dan Roundfield: 16.5ppg - 10.3rpg - 2.3apg - 1.2spg - 1.7bpg - 108 ORtg - 4.3 VORP (10th) - 4.6 BPM (8th) 19.7 PER - 55.1ts% - 22.8usg% - 0.169 WS/48

2007 Kirk Hinrich: 16.6ppg - 3.4rpg - 6.3apg - 1.3spg - 2.61 AST/TOV - 41.5% from deep on 4.2 attempts a game - 113 ORtg - 17.0 PER - 55.9ts% - 0.171 WS/48 - 2.9 BPM - 3.5 VORP
2009 Brandon Roy: 22.6ppg - 4.7rpg - 5.1apg - 1.1spg - 2.63 AST/TOV - 37.7% from deep on 4.2 attempts a game - 123 ORtg (6th in '09) - 5.7 VORP (4th in '09) - 5.8 BPM (4th in '09) 24.0 PER (7th in '09 - 57.3ts% - 27.4usg% - 0.223 WS/48 (6th in '09)
1993 Dan Majerle - 16.9ppg - 4.7rpg - 3.8apg - 1.7spg - 2.33 AST/TOV - 38.1% from deep on 5.3 attempts a game - 120 ORtg - 4.9 VORP - 4.0 BPM - 57.3ts% 0.147 WS/48
2007 Carlos Boozer: 20.9ppg - 11.7rpg - 3.0apg - 114 ORtg - 24.1 PER (10th) - 58.8ts% - 0.185 WS/48 - 4.6 BPM - 4.3 VORP
1995 Vlade Divac: 16.0ppg - 10.4rpg - 4.1apg - 1.4spg - 2.2 bpg - 114 ORtg - 20.5 PER - 56.8ts% - 20.4usg% - 0.162 WS/48 - 3.6 DBPM (7th) - 5.3 BPM (10th) 5.1 VORP (10th)

vs.

Team Barstolreags:

PG: James Harden /Deron Williams
SG: Fat Lever / Baron Davis
SF: James Worthy / Vin Baker
PF: Bob Love / Blake Griffin
C: Truck Robinson / Marcus Camby

G: James Harden (2016-17) All-NBA 1st team, 2nd in MVP voting. 29.1 ppg/11.2 apg/8.1 rpg
G: Fat Lever (1987-88) - All-Star, 2nd Team All-Defense, 18.9 ppg/7.8 apg/8.1 rpg
F: James Worthy (1989-90) All-Star, All-NBA 3rd Team, 21.1 ppg/3.6 apg/ 6.0 rpg
F: Bob Love (1971-72) All-Star, All-NBA 2nd Team, All-Defense 2nd Team, 25.8 ppg/6.6 rpg
F: Truck Robinson (1978-1979) - All-Star, NBA Rebounder leader, 1st Team All-NBA, 22.7 ppg/15.7 rpg.

Blake Griffin (2013-14)
Deron Williams: (2007-08)
Marcus Camby (2006-07)
Baron Davis (2003-04)
Vin Baker (1996-97)

GREATNESS ONE
09-22-2017, 11:41 PM
This matchup would be a lot of fun to watch live.

dhopisthename
09-23-2017, 12:50 AM
lets hope one of the teams comment

mightybosstone
09-23-2017, 12:23 PM
I know Shammy will probably win this as he's got the better team, but I'm saddened by the lack of debate here and I think this series is close enough to warrant some discussion. So let's play this out...

First off, we know Roundfield and Bellamy is one of the weaker front courts in this game, primarily because they're unknowns and we don't have a great sense for how they'd play on the floor. Assuming Roundfield was a great defensive big, Bellamy is still a big question mark as a center who peaked in the early 60s and had zero postseason success. However, bar's team doesn't really take advantage of that question mark with a front court that's every bit as unknown and the fact that his starting center is a 6'7" power forward does him zero favors.

Assuming that's a wash and we give a slight edge to Shammy, the guards and wings actually make this a really interesting matchup. Both teams prioritized those spots and have multiple playmakers and guys who can put up points. And I love that Pippen/Worthy matchup as superstar No. 2s with stellar postseason resumes. Although Harden usually catches hell for being a defensive liability, I'd argue that Price is an even bigger liability here. But as much as I love James, Shammy's playmaking, scoring and versatility from 1-3 edges out bar's roster a hair.

One issue I see with Shammy's rotation that I think he's got to address is his PF rotation. Grant Hill should really not be playing any minutes at the 4, especially not in this matchup where he might be faced up against Blake Griffin. I do love what he's done with the rest of his bench, but bar's bench is fairly stacked and versatile as well.

I'll take Shammy's squad in 6 games. Harden and Worthy keep it close, but bar's undersized front court will get killed inside by Shammy's playmakers and penetrators.

GREATNESS ONE
09-23-2017, 12:36 PM
Lol MBT arguing for everyone's matchups.

Shammyguy3
09-23-2017, 02:48 PM
Ill debate later when i have a chance, but i really don't see this aa a close matchup at all

KnicksorBust
09-24-2017, 03:14 PM
Azkaban easily.

Shammyguy3
09-24-2017, 03:31 PM
I have arguably the 2 best players in this with Pippen/Hill, particularly when I get to guard Harden with the best perimeter defender ever in Pippen and who in the world is gonna guard those 2 guys from the opposing team?

I can hide Price on Fat Lever - the least efficient of all players on that team. His career best ts% was under 52%.

Mark Price is Steve Nash. Period.

https://www.basketball-reference.com/play-index/pcm_finder.fcgi?request=1&sum=0&player_id1_hint=Mark+Price&player_id1_select=Mark+Price&y1=1993&player_id1=pricema01&idx=players&player_id2_hint=Steve+Nash&player_id2_select=Steve+Nash&y2=2006&player_id2=nashst01&idx=players


is a comparison of their best seasons. They're nearly identical in every category. When you factor that with the fast-break prowess of Pippen and Hill, including the athleticism of my bigs, i don't see how the below average defense of the other team can stop Azkaban.

valade16
09-25-2017, 05:43 PM
Azkaban Dementors win.