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Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #30 on: August 24, 2013, 08:08:27 PM »

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PG- Tony Parker
SG- Eric Gordon
SF- AK47
PF- Kenneth Faried
C- Enes Kanter
Thoughts?
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Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #31 on: August 24, 2013, 09:19:12 PM »

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Trying to get s'more feedback here.

PG: Ty Lawson / [Crawford]
SG: Tony Allen / Jamal Crawford
SF: __________ / [Allen]
PF: Al Horford / Carl Landry
C: Kevin Garnett / [Horford]

B2B starting lineup: Lawson - Allen  - SF - Landry - Horford

Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #32 on: August 24, 2013, 09:21:26 PM »

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PG- Rose
SG- Afflalo
SF- Derozan
PF- Griffin
C- Vucevic


We plan on having Afflalo guard the sf's as the elite defender he is. Derozan has great length standing at 6'7 and long arms, and very athletic.

Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #33 on: August 24, 2013, 09:26:08 PM »

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PG- Rose
SG- Afflalo
SF- Derozan
PF- Griffin
C- Vucevic


We plan on having Afflalo guard the sf's as the elite defender he is. Derozan has great length standing at 6'7 and long arms, and very athletic.

There's zero reason to start DeRozan.  Maybe I can buy him as a 6th man (although not really, with Rose presumably playing a ton of minutes), but he can't be a starter.

I love the back court, and your bigs are nice.  You need a defensive big man, and a small forward who can defend elite wings.


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Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #34 on: August 24, 2013, 09:27:00 PM »

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PG- Tony Parker
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PF- Kenneth Faried
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This team has a nice twist of offense and defense, Kanter hasn't shown me enough but have seen some bright spots in his game.

Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #35 on: August 24, 2013, 10:00:14 PM »

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PF- Kenneth Faried
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Thoughts?


This team has a nice twist of offense and defense, Kanter hasn't shown me enough but have seen some bright spots in his game.
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The clips are a pretty formidable team.
If DRose comes back to what he was like before your team is scary.
You have 3 amazing athletes in Rose, Griffin and DeRozan. Quite a bit of fast break potential
Then you have Nikola Vucevic, very good rebounder whose averages of 13, 12 and 2 assists are quite impressive.
Arron Afflalo is coming off a solid year in Orlando, scoring solidly. He won't be a main option on this team, 3rd or 4th I would imagine, but his 3pt shooting will help. He had a bad year from 3 last season but I think he can return to his near 40% averages.

Overall I am quite fond of this team
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Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #36 on: August 25, 2013, 12:22:36 AM »

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PG- Tony Parker
SG- Eric Gordon
SF- AK47
PF- Kenneth Faried
C- Enes Kanter
Thoughts?

After Parker its a real drop off. And its based on his recent good season. I thought a west/faried would be an even swap based on what we surrounded our pfs with but i guess not. TP team, glass sg, glass/solid d sf, rebounding beast with developing offense pf, and a center who hasn't been a starter yet. Good but not playoff material.
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Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #37 on: August 25, 2013, 12:32:55 AM »

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I guess I'll start:

Jrue Holiday
Danny Green
Shawn Marion
David Lee
Tyson Chandler

Sixth Man: J.R. Smith

This team is incredibly "solid".  Very likely a CB Draft playoff team.  This team compares very similarly to the Warriors, but compares as a slightly inferior team to the real Warriors.  That's a considerable problem since the Warriors weren't really a serious contender in the NBA, this team is a bit inferior to that one, and this is a 25 team league. And I'll quickly reiterate the lacking of a go-to scorer.
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Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #38 on: August 25, 2013, 12:34:22 AM »

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PG: Ty Lawson / [Crawford]
SG: Tony Allen / Jamal Crawford
SF: __________ / [Allen]
PF: Al Horford / Carl Landry
C: Kevin Garnett / [Horford]

B2B starting lineup: Lawson - Allen  - SF - Landry - Horford

i really like this team. period. targeted everyone except landry for my team. But i agree with others on the consistent offense. What happens when Crawford goes cold off the bench? As much as Hortford and lawson can score, its lacking. The defense is no question, ,like me. Curious to see who starts at SF.
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Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #39 on: August 25, 2013, 12:36:51 AM »

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I guess I'll start:

Jrue Holiday
Danny Green
Shawn Marion
David Lee
Tyson Chandler

Sixth Man: J.R. Smith


This team is incredibly "solid".  Very likely a CB Draft playoff team.  This team compares very similarly to the Warriors, but compares as a slightly inferior team to the real Warriors.  That's a considerable problem since the Warriors weren't really a serious contender in the NBA, this team is a bit inferior to that one, and this is a 25 team league. And I'll quickly reiterate the lacking of a go-to scorer.

Just to piggy back, the lack of a go to scorer is a gaping hole considering what was available in the first two rounds. Like the Garnett, Hortford team, what happens when your high scoring sixth man goes cold?
The Nets will finish with the worst record and the Celtics will end up with the 4th pick.

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Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #40 on: August 25, 2013, 12:37:49 AM »

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Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #41 on: August 25, 2013, 12:39:50 AM »

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PG: Mike Conley Jr
SG: JJ Redick
SF: Paul George
PF: Ryan Anderson
 C: Emeka Okafor

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Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #42 on: August 25, 2013, 12:43:36 AM »

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PG: Mike Conley Jr
SG: JJ Redick
SF: Paul George
PF: Ryan Anderson
 C: Emeka Okafor

Defense and 3's; bring it, we ain't scared.

I don't believe in Meka as a starting 5. I love everything else.

Edit: To give a little more, I really love everything else. Conley has been underrated for so long, he's dangerously close to the David West zone, where he's somewhat overrated til he's underrated again. JJ Redick is a okay starter, his shooting was ordinary last year, which is a worrying thing but..meh. Ryan Anderson I like here, but Id like him a lot more if you went full balls out on a Tyson chandler type at the 5, which Okafor ain't. TWW and others have a point about George, he is a defensive stud but his offensive abilities can be a little overrated at this point, especially from a efficiency standpoint.

But I think overall it gels nicely, and your bench should have no problem plugging any holes.
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Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #43 on: August 25, 2013, 12:45:24 AM »

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THE HEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT!

PG: Steve Nash
SG: Gordon Hayward
SF: Chandler Parsons
PF: Josh Smith
C: Chris Bosh

Very good players.  I think Nash is an underrated player today and this is the type of personnel that would fit well around him.  I think Bosh can only get away with playing center on a team with Lebron though. 

This team reminds me of the 05-06 Suns teams.  Ball dominant PG, 2 shooters on the wings, an athletic good defensive PF who is really a combo 3/4 combo, and a versatile and athletic center.

Some big problems with that though:
-A lot of people thought that type of small-ball team construction simply couldn't win a title in the NBA.  The Heat were the first team to win with small ball and they are quite an exception since they have Lebron James.
-2013 Nash is not 2006 MVP Nash.
-Bosh is not the offensive weapon that Amare was.
-Your wings are better than Bell and Richardson though and Josh Smith compares pretty similarly or better to Marion of those days.  (Marion used to be a top 3 fantasy hoops guy!)

I like it, I'd love to cheer for this team, but I don't know if its a title team.  But let's see how the bench fills out.  If you can get a lot of talent on the bench and the other top teams are shallow, this team could cause problems for that team.

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Re: 2013 CB Draft: How's my CB Draft Team look?
« Reply #44 on: August 25, 2013, 12:50:32 AM »

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Okay, I've been hesitant to ask people what they think of my team all draft because I wanted to finish my roster before I do that. But I changed my mind.

PG: Goran Dragic
SG: James Harden
SF: Nic Batum
PF: Al Jefferson
 C: Marcin Gortat

Nice team.  I like it.  A contender.  I almost feel like there's too much scoring.  If you can get good value for Jefferson, he might be worth moving.  Gortat was significantly less productive with Dragic as his point guard this season than with Nash the season before.

Maybe move Dragic and Jefferson for a better all around PF and a PG with simpler responsibilities.

But I still do like what you have currently.  Great job!  It's just a hard construction for me to actually imagine.
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