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  1. #1
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    If you were a Coach

    Let's say you are a coach of a new team

    Build a team of 12 players that would fit your playing style

    And please build a team that is a mix of stars and role players(No teams full of stars)

    Limit: 2-3 star, 2 potential stars( players like andrew bynum, mo williams, etc), and the rest are role players(dont make all your role players like Posey, Diaw, Battier, Barbosa. Put players like Joey Graham, Kyle korver, Sasha Pavlovic) also limited up to 3 rookies that are 1 rookie top 5 pick, 1 rookies rest of first round and 1 second round pick.

    since rookies havent proven anything yet, Rookies are considered role players
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    My coaching style would be like Mike D'Antonie run-and-gun system but a little slower(12 secs or less) and a little more posting up when i need to catch up when im down by like 10 or more(like when shaq went to suns for half a season) and a little more perimiter defending(battier,Bell)

    My players would be:

    Starting Line-up

    C- Tyson Chandler(PS)
    PF- Chris Bosh(S)
    SF- Lebron James(S)
    SG- OJ Mayo(3)
    PG- Chris Paul(S)

    Backup

    C- Al Horford(PS)
    PF/C-Andrea Bargnani
    PF- Kris Humpries
    SF- Chris Douglas Roberts(41)
    SF/SG- Shane Battier
    SG- Raja Bell
    PG- DJ Augustine(9)

    (S)=Star
    (PS)=Potential Star
    (#)= the number of the rookie's draft pick
    Last edited by Raps18-19 Champ; 10-13-2008 at 07:04 PM.

  2. #2
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    Mine would be:
    C-Greg Oden (PS)
    PF-Amare Stoudemire (S)
    SF-Lebron James (S)
    SG-OJ Mayo (R-3)
    PG-Jose Calderon (PS)

    Bench:
    C-Andris Biedrins (RP)
    PF-Chris Wilcox (RP)
    PF-Nene (RP)
    SF-Shane Battier (RP)
    SG-Rudy Fernandez (RP)
    SG-Martell Webster (RP)
    PG-Jerryd Bayless (11-I think)

    I would play uptempo basketball-like you said around 10-12 seconds or less. Not only would that team be a really good offensive team, but they would also be an incredible defensive team. And, the bench could easily average 40 points I think.

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by knicks1214 View Post
    Mine would be:
    C-Greg Oden (PS)
    PF-Amare Stoudemire (S)
    SF-Lebron James (S)
    SG-OJ Mayo (R-3)
    PG-Jose Calderon (PS)

    Bench:
    C-Andris Biedrins (RP)
    PF-Chris Wilcox (RP)
    PF-Nene (RP)
    SF-Shane Battier (RP)
    SG-Rudy Fernandez (RP)
    SG-Martell Webster (RP)
    PG-Jerryd Bayless (11-I think)

    I would play uptempo basketball-like you said around 10-12 seconds or less. Not only would that team be a really good offensive team, but they would also be an incredible defensive team. And, the bench could easily average 40 points I think.

    other than stoudimire and beidrins, none of your big men are really the kind of big men that fit in that system

    and calderon is more of a half set kind of point guard

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    PG: Deron Williams
    SG: Mike Dunleavy
    SF: LeBron James
    PF: Rashard Lewis
    C: Andrew Bogut

    Bench:
    Daniel Gibson
    Jason Maxiel
    Peja Stokavic
    Rodney Stuckey
    JJ Hickson
    Thabo Sefalosha
    Thaddeus Young
    Mario Chalmers

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    Calderon can run easily...I actually picture him as a poor man's Steve Nash. Wilcox is a really good athlete and can run the court. Oden can also run the court well for a big guy. I don't think any of my players would have a problem with running except for maybe Nene.

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    PG: Deron Williams (S)
    SG: Rip Hamilton (S?)
    SF: Shane Battier (RP)
    PF: Tim Duncan (S)
    C: Kendrick Perkins (RP)

    Bench:
    PG: Jordan Farmar
    SG: Arron Afflalo
    SF: Kelenna Azubuike
    PF: Udonis Haslem
    C: DeSagana Diop

    Kendrick Perkins isn't much of a scorer, but Deron Williams, Rip Hamilton and Duncan can give you good scoring production, and Battier can stretch the floor a bit. On defense, that 5 would be very tough to score against.

    The bench can provide some decent scoring, with Farmar, Azubuike and an improved Afflalo, and some good inside play with Haslem and Diop.

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    Stephon Marbury
    Ricky Davis
    Carmelo Anthony
    Zach Randolph
    Eddy Curry

    Bench
    Sebastian Telfair
    Ruben Patterson
    Andray Blatche
    Darius Miles
    Brandon Haywood
    Tyrus Thomas
    Jamaal Tinsley


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    Chauncey Billups pg
    Allen Iverson Sg
    Andre Igoudala Sf
    Kevin garnett pf
    Marucs Camby/sam dalembert/kaman/chandler/horford C

    Bench:
    JR Smith
    Stuckey
    Najera
    Theo ratlifff
    Kyle Korver

    Jared Jordan
    Leon Powe/glen davis

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    Salary not involved?

    Chris Paul
    Mike Miller
    LeBron James
    Kevin Garnett
    Marcus Camby

    Devin Harris
    Manu Ginoboli
    James Posey
    Danny Granger
    David Lee
    Kevin Love

    If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.

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    Salary is not involved but you still need to follow the guidelines...Bk's has too many stars...

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    mike bibby
    kevin martin
    peja stojakovic
    dirk nowitzki
    al harrington

    bench:

    austin croshure
    daniel gibson
    brian cardinal
    jr smith
    jason kapono
    tim thomas

    my philosophy is launch 3's and make em. my bigs are capable of making the outside shot which will open the paint for a cutting kmart.


    Fire Luke Walton


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    PG - Rajon Rondo (PS)
    SG - Kevin Martin (S)
    SF - Shane Battier (RP)
    PF - Michael Beasley (2)
    C - Chris Bosh (S)

    Bench
    B - Ben Gordon (RP)
    B - Thabo Sefalosha (RP)
    B - Daniel Gibson (RP)
    B - Drew Gooden (RP)
    B - David Lee (RP)
    B - Antonio McDyess (RP)

    Run N' Gun baby.

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    PG Chauncey Billups
    SG Jamal Crawford
    SF Lebron James
    PF Tim Duncan
    C Greg Oden

    Bench
    PG Rodney Stuckey
    SG John Salmons
    SF Shane Battier
    PF Andray Blatche
    C Alonzo Mourning


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    PG Mike Bibby
    SG Kevin Martin
    SF Peja Stojakovic
    PF Chris Webber
    C Vlade Divac

    Bench
    PG Jason Williams
    SG Doug Christie
    SF Hedo Turkoglue
    PF Gerald Wallace
    C Dwight Howard

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    PG- Chris Paul
    SG- Kevin Martin
    SF- Rashard Lewis
    PF- David West
    C- Tyson Chandler

    Bench--
    PG- IDK
    SG- JR Smith
    SF- Peja
    PF- Okafer
    C- Al Horford
    Other- Julian Wright, Thaddeus Young, James Posey
    Seattle Seahawks- New Orleans Pelicans- Atlanta Braves- Anaheim Ducks

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