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Re: 2013 CB Historical Draft: Awards and Voting Results
« Reply #15 on: May 29, 2013, 02:58:49 PM »

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Re: 2013 CB Historical Draft: Awards and Voting Results
« Reply #16 on: February 26, 2014, 11:58:54 PM »

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Hey folks, I know the off-season is a ways away, and I don't know if there is a plan to a do a historical draft again, but I am going to throw out the idea of making the draft eligible season the 93-94 season.  This removes MJ from the discussion, so it would give the league a bit more parity. 

Re: 2013 CB Historical Draft: Awards and Voting Results
« Reply #17 on: February 27, 2014, 02:30:41 PM »

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I will once again suggest no one drafted in the top ten is eligible (or something like that).  Still get some all time greats, but it does eliminate the vast majority of them which should make the draft much more interesting.

Re: 2013 CB Historical Draft: Awards and Voting Results
« Reply #18 on: February 27, 2014, 03:08:37 PM »

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I will once again suggest no one drafted in the top ten is eligible (or something like that).  Still get some all time greats, but it does eliminate the vast majority of them which should make the draft much more interesting.
I already have the format for this year and , as much as I appreciate the suggestion of doing a Historical Draft without players chosen in the top ten of their draft class, that would just be a lot of work for me to find all the eligible players and would require most participants to have an extremely good knowledge of NBA players that aren't necessarily "superstars".

I just think if we do the draft with all players included more people will participate and there will be an easier time trying to judge the teams, which is hard enough to do already.

This coming year's draft will be starting in the first week of May and the format is one in which the history of the NBA will be broken up into 4 eras. Each team must draft a minimum of 3 players who's year used is from each of the 4 eras.

So the eras would be:

1950-51 to 1971-72
1972-73 to 1985-86
1986-87 to 1999-2000
2000-01 to present

Re: 2013 CB Historical Draft: Awards and Voting Results
« Reply #19 on: February 28, 2014, 09:37:58 AM »

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I will once again suggest no one drafted in the top ten is eligible (or something like that).  Still get some all time greats, but it does eliminate the vast majority of them which should make the draft much more interesting.
I already have the format for this year and , as much as I appreciate the suggestion of doing a Historical Draft without players chosen in the top ten of their draft class, that would just be a lot of work for me to find all the eligible players and would require most participants to have an extremely good knowledge of NBA players that aren't necessarily "superstars".

I just think if we do the draft with all players included more people will participate and there will be an easier time trying to judge the teams, which is hard enough to do already.

This coming year's draft will be starting in the first week of May and the format is one in which the history of the NBA will be broken up into 4 eras. Each team must draft a minimum of 3 players who's year used is from each of the 4 eras.

So the eras would be:

1950-51 to 1971-72
1972-73 to 1985-86
1986-87 to 1999-2000
2000-01 to present
That works for me.  I do appreciate all the work you put into this thing.  It is a lot of fun year in and year out.  Too bad my idea is too much of a logistical nightmare as I think it would be fun.  I also think you would be surprised at just how good the teams drafted would be (I mean 1996 alone had Kobe, Nash, Peja, and Big Z).

Re: 2013 CB Historical Draft: Awards and Voting Results
« Reply #20 on: February 28, 2014, 10:43:00 AM »

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I will once again suggest no one drafted in the top ten is eligible (or something like that).  Still get some all time greats, but it does eliminate the vast majority of them which should make the draft much more interesting.
I already have the format for this year and , as much as I appreciate the suggestion of doing a Historical Draft without players chosen in the top ten of their draft class, that would just be a lot of work for me to find all the eligible players and would require most participants to have an extremely good knowledge of NBA players that aren't necessarily "superstars".

I just think if we do the draft with all players included more people will participate and there will be an easier time trying to judge the teams, which is hard enough to do already.

This coming year's draft will be starting in the first week of May and the format is one in which the history of the NBA will be broken up into 4 eras. Each team must draft a minimum of 3 players who's year used is from each of the 4 eras.

So the eras would be:

1950-51 to 1971-72
1972-73 to 1985-86
1986-87 to 1999-2000
2000-01 to present
That works for me.  I do appreciate all the work you put into this thing.  It is a lot of fun year in and year out.  Too bad my idea is too much of a logistical nightmare as I think it would be fun.  I also think you would be surprised at just how good the teams drafted would be (I mean 1996 alone had Kobe, Nash, Peja, and Big Z).
In the future maybe a no top 3 drafted player thing will work.