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Old 06-26-2007, 02:54 AM   #326
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Hey all, I just bumped the NFL, MLB, and NHL al time drafts if anyone wanted to take a look. They're in the Ring of Fame, MLB, and NHL forums.
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Old 06-26-2007, 11:44 AM   #327
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Im runnin and gunnin, and Oden will cherry pick and stay on one side of the court.



I have no problem with the pick. I am out of b ball mode and cant seem to remember any former players that havent been taken. So Im going young, my team will have youth!!!

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Old 06-26-2007, 06:12 PM   #328
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Eddie Mac is on the clock. He has until 3 AM CST to make his pick.

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Old 06-26-2007, 06:57 PM   #329
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The Fighting Irish continue their drafting strategy of golden oldies with the acquisition of Dolph Schayes F/C

Dolph Schayes was one of professional basketball's early superstars, a crack shooter and top rebounder whose career stretched from the NBA's inaugural year to basketball's emergence as a major sporting attraction. Although Schayes represented a bridge between the old game and the new one -- he was canning two-handed set shots long after the jumper had come into vogue -- more than anything he was known as the star of the Syracuse Nationals. He was practically the only scoring leader Syracuse ever had-the top scorer in 13 of the club's 17 years.

Honors: Elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1973); NBA Champion (1955); All-NBA First Team (1952, '53, '54, '55, '57, '58); 12-time NBA All-Star; NBA 25th Anniversary Team (1970); One of 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996).

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Old 06-27-2007, 12:19 PM   #331
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Old 06-27-2007, 03:49 PM   #332
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Dennis Rodman has developed from a janitor who had never played organized basketball into arguably the best rebounding forward in NBA history and one of the most recognized athletes in the world. Enigmatic and individualistic, Rodman has caught the public eye for his ever-changing hair color, tattoos and unorthodox lifestyle. Rodman's achievements on the court are indisputable. A two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year and a member of two championship Pistons teams in Detroit and three title-winning Bulls teams in Chicago, he has led the league in rebounding for seven consecutive years despite standing only 6-8--Wilt Chamberlain is the only player to win more rebounding titles, 11. Rodman is one of the few players in basketball who can change the course of a game without taking a shot. Rodman, whose two sisters were All-American basketball players, didn't play high school basketball and stood only 5-11 when he graduated. At age 20 he was working the graveyard shift at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport when he decided, after having grown eight inches since high school, that he would pursue basketball. He enrolled in Cooke County Junior College in Texas and later transferred to Southeastern Oklahoma State. In three seasons there, 1983-84 through 1985-86, he averaged 25.7 points and 15.7 rebounds, led the NAIA in rebounding twice and registered a .637 field goal percentage. Still relatively obscure, Rodman lasted into the second round of the 1986 NBA Draft before being selected by the Detroit Pistons with the 27th overall pick. After an unremarkable rookie season, Rodman began making his presence felt. On the 1987-88 Pistons he averaged a career-best 11.6 points along with 8.7 rebounds. The team lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals. Detroit won the NBA Championship the next two seasons, and Rodman was a prime reason for the club's success. The sixth man in 1988-89 on a team known for its physical play, he led the NBA in field goal percentage at .595, averaged 9.4 rebounds, and was runner-up for both the Defensive Player of the Year Award and the Sixth Man Award. In the Pistons' second title year he earned NBA Defensive Player of the Year honors, made the All-Star Team, and averaged 9.7 rebounds. With Rodman as a starter for the final 43 games of the season, Detroit went 39-4. The NBA Defensive Player of the Year for a second consecutive season in 1990-91, Rodman finished second in the NBA in rebounding at 12.5 boards per game. Up to that point Rodman had established himself as an excellent rebounder, but in 1991-92 he broke the mold and became a legend. Playing more than 40 minutes per game, Rodman averaged 18.7 rebounds, the highest mark since Wilt Chamberlain had averaged 19.2 boards 20 years earlier. Rodman won the rebounding crown again in 1992-93 with 18.3 caroms per game, becoming the first forward ever to win back-to-back rebounding titles. Prior to the 1993-94 season the Pistons traded Rodman to the San Antonio Spurs for Sean Elliott. Rodman continued his board work in San Antonio, leading the league in rebounding for two more seasons. Despite continued discipline problems, he tranformed the Spurs from a good team into a title contender; San Antonio posted the NBA's best record and advanced to the Conference Finals in 1994-95. The Bulls gambled by acquiring the controversial Rodman prior to the 1995-96 season, and the gamble paid off handsomely. He led the league in rebounding for the next three years, and while he was more flamboyant than ever, it didn't seem to hurt Chicago's chemistry as the Bulls charged to 72, 69 and 62 victories and three championships. He appeared in 23 games with the Los Angeles Lakers in 1998-99 and 12 games with the Dallas Mavericks in 1999-2000, but was waived by both clubs despite averaging in double figures in rebounds for both teams.
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DENNIS RODMAN


Dennis Rodman has developed from a janitor who had never played organized basketball into arguably the best rebounding forward in NBA history and one of the most recognized athletes in the world. Enigmatic and individualistic, Rodman has caught the public eye for his ever-changing hair color, tattoos and unorthodox lifestyle. Rodman's achievements on the court are indisputable. A two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year and a member of two championship Pistons teams in Detroit and three title-winning Bulls teams in Chicago, he has led the league in rebounding for seven consecutive years despite standing only 6-8--Wilt Chamberlain is the only player to win more rebounding titles, 11. Rodman is one of the few players in basketball who can change the course of a game without taking a shot. Rodman, whose two sisters were All-American basketball players, didn't play high school basketball and stood only 5-11 when he graduated. At age 20 he was working the graveyard shift at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport when he decided, after having grown eight inches since high school, that he would pursue basketball. He enrolled in Cooke County Junior College in Texas and later transferred to Southeastern Oklahoma State. In three seasons there, 1983-84 through 1985-86, he averaged 25.7 points and 15.7 rebounds, led the NAIA in rebounding twice and registered a .637 field goal percentage. Still relatively obscure, Rodman lasted into the second round of the 1986 NBA Draft before being selected by the Detroit Pistons with the 27th overall pick. After an unremarkable rookie season, Rodman began making his presence felt. On the 1987-88 Pistons he averaged a career-best 11.6 points along with 8.7 rebounds. The team lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals. Detroit won the NBA Championship the next two seasons, and Rodman was a prime reason for the club's success. The sixth man in 1988-89 on a team known for its physical play, he led the NBA in field goal percentage at .595, averaged 9.4 rebounds, and was runner-up for both the Defensive Player of the Year Award and the Sixth Man Award. In the Pistons' second title year he earned NBA Defensive Player of the Year honors, made the All-Star Team, and averaged 9.7 rebounds. With Rodman as a starter for the final 43 games of the season, Detroit went 39-4. The NBA Defensive Player of the Year for a second consecutive season in 1990-91, Rodman finished second in the NBA in rebounding at 12.5 boards per game. Up to that point Rodman had established himself as an excellent rebounder, but in 1991-92 he broke the mold and became a legend. Playing more than 40 minutes per game, Rodman averaged 18.7 rebounds, the highest mark since Wilt Chamberlain had averaged 19.2 boards 20 years earlier. Rodman won the rebounding crown again in 1992-93 with 18.3 caroms per game, becoming the first forward ever to win back-to-back rebounding titles. Prior to the 1993-94 season the Pistons traded Rodman to the San Antonio Spurs for Sean Elliott. Rodman continued his board work in San Antonio, leading the league in rebounding for two more seasons. Despite continued discipline problems, he tranformed the Spurs from a good team into a title contender; San Antonio posted the NBA's best record and advanced to the Conference Finals in 1994-95. The Bulls gambled by acquiring the controversial Rodman prior to the 1995-96 season, and the gamble paid off handsomely. He led the league in rebounding for the next three years, and while he was more flamboyant than ever, it didn't seem to hurt Chicago's chemistry as the Bulls charged to 72, 69 and 62 victories and three championships. He appeared in 23 games with the Los Angeles Lakers in 1998-99 and 12 games with the Dallas Mavericks in 1999-2000, but was waived by both clubs despite averaging in double figures in rebounds for both teams.
Damn I wanted him with my next pick.
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haha, i was hoping no one was gonna notice that "The Worm" was still on the board
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AzBroncfan is on the clock at 10 AM CST. He has 12 hours to select.

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maybe a bit early but being a Spurs i will play inside out basketball moses controls the middle and on the perimeter the man who in the clutch even Jordan passed to..
Steve Kerr.

team that competed in the FIBA World Championship in Spain. The team became the last American Men's Senior Team composed strictly of amateur players to capture a gold medal. Kerr injured his knee during the tournament, forcing him to miss an entire season at Arizona. After returning to the team, Kerr helped the Wildcats reach the Final Four of the NCAA Division I basketball tournament in 1988. Kerr was selected by the Phoenix Suns in the second round of the 1988 NBA Draft, but then he was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers in 1989. He spent over three seasons there, and then part of a season with the Orlando Magic. In 1993, he signed with the Chicago Bulls. In seasons 1993-94 and 1994-95 the Bulls reached the playoffs, but without Michael Jordan's presence for all of 1994 and much of 1995, they could not win championships. However, with Jordan back full time for the 1995-96 season, the Bulls went 72-10 and defeated the Seattle SuperSonics for the NBA championship, allowing Kerr to be a part of a team that set a record for the most wins in a season, and to start his run of four NBA championships in a row.
Kerr made the game-winning shot in Game Six of the 1997 NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz that gave the Bulls back-to-back championships. Kerr also won the 3 Point Shootout at the 1997 All-Star Game. The Bulls again triumphed over the Jazz in the 1998 Finals, after which Kerr was traded to the San Antonio Spurs.
The Spurs made it to the finals for the first time in their history, and Kerr won his fourth ring in a row when the Spurs beat the New York Knicks for the 1999 NBA championship. He is the only non-Boston Celtic to win four straight NBA titles.
In the 2003 playoffs, Kerr made key contributions in Game Six of the Spurs' Western Conference Finals series against the Dallas Mavericks, including four clutch three-pointers that helped eliminate the Mavericks. The Spurs eventually won the NBA championship that year by beating the New Jersey Nets in the 2003 NBA Finals, led by Kerr, David Robinson, Tim Duncan and Emanuel Ginobili, among others.
Kerr ended his career as a dependable bench player who was capable of making jump shots and three-pointers during the game's most critical moments. Even when he was with the Chicago Bulls, and both he and Michael Jordan were on the floor at the same time, when a free throw had to be taken due to a technical foul, Kerr was the one usually to be found taking the shot, a true testament to Kerr's pinpoint accuracy, and an example of a big reason he remained a key substitute even with the Spurs until 2003.
Kerr announced his retirement after the 2003 NBA Finals. His career totals are: 5,437 points for six points per game, 1,060 rebounds for a total of 1.2 rebounds per game, and 1,658 assists for an average of 1.8 assists per game. He also retired as the league's all-time leader in three-point shooting percentage for a season (.524 in 1994-95) and career (.454).

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Is there an update on the draft results available? I have a couple of these guys on ignore and I'm not sure who has been drafted.
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Grow a pair of nuts and take the guys off ignore or don't participate. Ignore is for the weak minded who can't handle a little **** after talking a truckload you yellow bastard.
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I need a spark off the bench. Here he is:

Hal Greer, SG, 76ers, 1958 - 1973.

HG is just the kind of guy I want. Works hard, plays defense, and can give a scoring spark off the bench.

Height: 6-2
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Honors: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1982); NBA champion (1967); Seven-time All-NBA Second Team (1963-69); 10-time NBA All-Star (1961-70); All-Star MVP (1968); One of 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996).

"Consistency," Hal Greer once told the Philadelphia Daily News. "For me, that was the thing...I would like to be remembered as a great, consistent player."

Over the course of the 15 NBA seasons turned in by the slight, soft-spoken Hall of Fame guard from West Virginia, consistency was indeed the thing. He turned in quality performances almost every night, scoring 19.2 points per game during his career, playing in 1,122 games, and racking up 21,586 points.

He remained with the same franchise throughout his career, starting with Syracuse in 1958 and then moving with the Nationals when they became the Philadelphia 76ers in 1963. He was an All-Star for 10 straight seasons and a seven-time member of the All-NBA Second Team. He was also the second-leading scorer on Philadelphia's vaunted championship team of 1966-67.

At the time of his retirement Greer had appeared in more games (1,122) than any other player in NBA history. His 21,586 career points ranked among the all-time top 10, as did his totals for minutes played, field goals attempted and field goals made. His efforts earned him a place on the NBA 50th Anniversary All-Time Team in 1996.

Greer believed that in order to succeed in the NBA a player had to keep learning and adjusting. The advice he once gave to young players reveals something of his philosophy toward the game: "Each player should try to improve," he said. "Each game, each minute, each time on the floor, you should try to learn something different. That was the way I went about things."

Greer did it by virtue of a solid, workmanlike approach to the game that few players could emulate even then, and that even fewer could probably maintain today. "Hal Greer always came to play," Schayes told the Philadelphia Daily News after Greer was inducted into the Hall of Fame. "He came to practice the same way, to every team function the same way. Every bus and plane and train, he was on time. Hal Greer punched the clock. Hal Greer brought the lunch pail."

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Is there an update on the draft results available? I have a couple of these guys on ignore and I'm not sure who has been drafted.
Llama, doing the updates now. However, I'd say you can read the posts of guys you have on ignore in this thread, just so you can see their picks. It's not that big of a deal, is it?

The full list of players taken by round and alphabetically is available on the first page of this thread.

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Inkana is in danger of losing his team because he has not responded to my PMs. Folks, if you're going out of town let me know in advance so I can get your picks in or find another person to take your slot.

I have Man-Goblin coming in to run a team. If Slap comes back in on the 1st, Man-Goblin will take over Inkana's team (unless I hear from Inkana first.) If Slap does not come back in, he gets his choice between Slap's or Inkana's team. If I do have a free team I have a couple of feelers out to see if someone can jump in.

This has been your nba all time draft update.
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Hurry up and pick llama! I'm so bored at work today! I have 3 guys I wanna select. All steals in my eyes.

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Hurry up and pick llama! I'm so bored at work today! I have 3 guys I wanna select. All steals in my eyes.
He probably has you on ignore, along with me so hopefully someone that's not can tell him to hurry the hell up.
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