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    OK, Ludo21, azbroncfan, and Eddiemac are in. That makes 16.


    We will begin drafting tomorrow at 8 AM. The first drafter will have 24 hours to make thier selection. After a selection is made, please list the time and announce who is on the clock. And if you would PM the person who is next that'd be great. I am going to create an alltime NBA thread in the NBA forum and this message will be the first post. The order of the drafting will be second.

    Remember, 24 hours for rounds one and two, 12 hours thereafter.

    Round 1
    1. Killericon -- Michael Jordan
    2. GSRelyea -- Wilt Chamberlain
    3. Master__Pain -- Earvin "Magic" Johnson
    4. -Slap- - Jerry West
    5. Clockwork -- Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
    6. Rhymesayers DU -- Shaquille O'Neal
    7. Freak6 -- Larry Bird
    8. Phibacka -- Tim Duncan
    9. Angryllama -- Bill Russell
    10. JCMElway -- Hakeem Olajuwon
    11. BobHorry5 -- Moses Malone
    12. AZBroncfan -- Karl Malone
    13. Ludo21 -- Steve Nash
    14. Vancejohnson82 -- Isiah Thomas
    15. Eddie Mac -- Oscar Robertson
    16. Inkana7 -- Elgin Baylor

    Round 2
    1. Inkana7 -- Patrick Ewing
    2. Eddie Mac -- Julius Erving
    3.VJ82 -- George Gervin
    4. Ludo -- Walt Frazier
    5.AZbroncofan -- David Robinson
    6. BobHorry5 -- John Havlicek
    7. JCMElway --John Stockton
    8. Angry Llama --Bob Cousy
    9.Phibacka --James Worthy
    10.Freak6 --Kobe
    11. Rhymes --CLyde Drexler
    12. Clockwork --Barkley
    13. Slap --Rick Barry
    14. Master Pain --Reggie Miller
    15. GSRelyea --Pete Maravich
    16. KillerIcon –Nate Thurmond

    Round 3
    1. Killericon --Jason Kidd
    2. GSRelyea --Nate Archibald
    3. Master__Pain -- Dominique Wilkins
    4. -Slap- - Kevin McHale
    5. Clockwork –Alex English
    6. Rhymesayers DU – LeBron James
    7. Freak6 – Allen Iverson
    8. Phibacka –D Wade
    9. Angryllama – Dirk Novitsky
    10. JCMElway –Bob Pettit
    11. BobHorry5 –Ray Allen
    12. AZBroncfan – Gary Payton
    13. Ludo21 – Amere Stoudemire
    14. Vancejohnson82 -- Alonzo Mourning
    15. Eddie Mac -- George Mikan
    16. Inkana7 -- Phil Jackson (Coach)

    Round 4
    1. Inkana7 -- Lenny Wikens (Guard)
    2. Eddie Mac -- Elvin Hayes
    3. VanceJohnson82 -- Bernard King
    4. Ludo -- Carmello Anthony
    5.AZbroncofan -- Mitch Richmond
    6. BobHorry5 -- Maurice Cheeks
    7. JCMElway -- Gilbert Arenas
    8. Angry Llama -- Kevin Garnett
    9.Phibacka -- Dave Bing
    10.Freak6 -- Bob McAdoo
    11. Rhymes -- Adrian Dantley
    12. Clockwork -- Joe Dumars
    13. Slap -- Dennis Johnson
    14. Master Pain -- Artis Gilmore
    15. GSRelyea -- Dave Cowens
    16. KillerIcon –- Dave Debusschere

    Round 5
    1. Killericon -- Ben Wallace
    2. GSRelyea -- Scottie Pippen
    3. Master__Pain -- Dan Issel
    4. Slap -- Bob Lanier
    5. Clockwork –- Kevin Johnson
    6. Rhymesayers DU –- Wes Unseld
    7. Freak6 –- Robert Parrish
    8. Phibacka –- Tracy McGrady
    9. Angryllama –- Red Auerbach
    10. JCMElway -- Jerry Lucas
    11. BobHorry5 –- Bill Walton
    12. AZBroncfan -- Chris Mullin
    13. Ludo21 –- Greg Oden
    14. Vancejohnson82 -- Grant Hill
    15. Eddie Mac -- Earl Monroe
    16. Inkana7 -- Vince Carter

    Round 6

    1. Inkana7 -- Horace Grant
    2. Eddie Mac -- Dolph Schayes
    3.VJ82 -- Dennis Rodman
    4. Ludo -- Jeff Hornacek
    5.AZbroncofan -- Dwight Howard
    6. BobHorry5 -- Steve Kerr
    7. JCMElway -- Hal Greer
    8. Angry Llama -- Willis Reed
    9.Phibacka -- Baron Davis
    10.Freak6 -- Paul Pierce
    11. Rhymes -- Sam Jones
    12. Clockwork -- Larry Brown (Coach)
    13. Man-Goblin -- Vinnie Johnson
    14. Master Pain -- David Thompson
    15. GSRelyea -- Billy Cunningham
    16. KillerIcon –- Paul Arizin

    Round 7
    1. Killericon -- Pat Riley (Coach)
    2. GSRelyea -- Bill Laimbeer
    3. Master__Pain -- Tom Chambers
    4. Man-Goblin -- Shawn Kemp
    5. Clockwork –- Tony Parker
    6. Rhymesayers DU – Michael Cooper
    7. Freak6 –- Yao Ming
    8. Phibacka –- Sabonis, Arvydas
    9. Angryllama –- Mark Aguirre
    10. JCMElway -- Robert Horry
    11. BobHorry5 –- Dale Ellis
    12. AZBroncfan -- Chirs Webber
    13. Ludo21 –- Sam Cassel
    14. Vancejohnson82 -- Maurice Lucas
    15. Eddie Mac -- Walt Bellamy
    16. Youcan -- Chris Bosh

    Round 8
    1. Youcan -- Buck Williams
    2. Eddie Mac -- Mark Price
    3.VJ82 -- Ron Artest
    4. Ludo -- Connie Hawkins
    5.AZbroncofan -- Tim Hardaway
    6. BobHorry5 -- Dikembe Mutumbo
    7. JCMElway -- Bobby Jones
    8. Angry Llama -- Bill Sharman
    9.Phibacka -- Mark Jackson
    10.Freak6 -- Elton Brand
    11. Rhymes -- Calvin Murphy
    12. R Shack -- Brad Daugherty
    13. Man Gob -- Chuck Daly
    14. Master Pain -- Glen Rice
    15. GSRelyea -- Drazen Petrovich
    16. KillerIcon –- Mark Eaton

    Round 9
    1. Killericon -- George Yardley
    2. GSRelyea -- Mookie Blaylock
    3. Master__Pain -- Fat Lever
    4. Man-Goblin -- Walter Davis
    5. R Shack –- Stephon Marbury
    6. Rhymesayers DU – Shawn Marion
    7. Freak6 –- Chauncey Billups
    8. Phibacka –- Jermaine O'Neal
    9. Angryllama –- Rolando Blackmon
    10. JCMElway -- Greg Popovich (Coach)
    11. BobHorry5 –- Charles Oakley
    12. AZBroncfan -- Sidney Moncrief
    13. Ludo21 –- Paul Westphal
    14. Vancejohnson82 -- World B Free
    15. Eddie Mac -- Chet Walker
    16. Youcan -- Manu Ginobli

    Round 10
    1. Youcan -- Bruce Bowen
    2. Eddie Mac -- K.C. Jones (Guard)
    3.VJ82 -- Emeka Okafor
    4. Ludo -- Mike Shannahan (Coach)
    5.AZbroncofan -- Detlef Schempf
    6. BobHorry5 -- Lamar Odom
    7. JCMElway -- Elmore Smith
    8. Angry Llama -- George McGinnis
    9.Phibacka -- Don Nelson (Coach)
    10.Freak6 -- Shareef Abdur Raheem
    11. Rhymes -- Marcus Camby
    12. Rshack -- Danny Manning
    13. Man-Goblin -- Joe Barry Carroll
    14. Master Pain -- Larry Nance
    15. GSRelyea -- Rasheed Wallace
    16. KillerIcon –- Joe Fulks

    Round 11
    1. Killericon -- Allan Houston
    2. GSRelyea -- Jerry Stackhouse
    3. Master__Pain -- Eddie Jones
    4. Man-Goblin -- Chris paul
    5. Rshack –- Derrick Coleman
    6. Rhymesayers DU –- Spencer Haywood
    7. Freak6 –- Rod Strickland
    8. Phibacka –- **May select at any time**
    9. Angryllama –- Mel Daniels
    10. JCMElway -- Gus Johnson
    11. BobHorry5 –- Chuck Person
    12. AZBroncfan -- Ralph Sampson
    13. Ludo21 –- Leandro Barbosa
    14. Vancejohnson82 -- Mugsy Bogues
    15. Eddie Mac -- John Kundla (Coach)
    16. Youcan -- Boris Diaw

    Round 12

    1. Inkana7 -- May select at any time
    2. Eddie Mac -- Tom Heinson
    3.VJ82 -- John Starks
    4. Ludo -- Elliot "Socks" Perry
    5.AZbroncofan -- Jerry Sloan (Player)
    6. BobHorry5 -- Vlade Divac
    7. JCMElway -- Hank Luisetti
    8. Angry Llama -- Kevin Porter
    9.Phibacka -- May select at any time
    10.Freak6 -- Doug Moe (Coach)
    11. Rhymes -- Gail Goodrich
    12. R Shack -- Michael Finley
    13. Man-Goblin -- Kiki Vandeweghe
    14. Master Pain -- Otis Thorpe
    15. GSRelyea -- Jack Sikma
    16. KillerIcon –- Carlos Boozer

    Round 13
    1. Killericon-- TJ Ford
    2. GSRelyea -- Dean Smith (Coach)
    3. Master__Pain -- Red Holzman (Coach)
    4. Man-Goblin -- Brad Miller
    5. R Shack –- Rik Smits
    6. Rhymesayers DU -- Jack Ramsay (Coach)
    7. Freak6 –- Josh Smith
    8. Phibacka –- **May select at any time**
    9. Angryllama –- Anfernee Hardaway
    10. JCMElway -- Don Buse
    11. BobHorry5 –- Avery Johnson (Coach)
    12. AZBroncfan -- Rudy Tomjonovich (Coach)
    13. Ludo21 –- Tayshaun Prince
    14. Vancejohnson82 -- **May select at any time**
    15. Eddie Mac --
    16. Inkana7 --
    Last edited by JCMElway; 08-19-2007, 11:22 PM.

  • #2
    Offical Draft Order

    Updated in round 12 before R Shackleford's selection.

    Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem
    Aguirre, Mark
    Allen, Ray
    Anthony, Carmello
    Archibald, Nate
    Arenas, Gilbert
    Arizin, Paul
    Artest, Ron
    Auerbach, Red
    Barbosa, Leandro
    Barkley, Charles
    Barry, Rick
    Baylor, Elgin
    Bellamy, Walt
    Billups, Chauncey
    Bing, Dave
    Bird, Larry
    Blackmon, Rolando
    Blaylock, Mookie
    Bogues, Muggsy
    Boozer, Carlos
    Bosh, Chris
    Bowen, Bruce
    Brand, Elton
    Brown, Larry (coach)
    Bryant, Kobe
    Buse, Don
    Camby, Marcus
    Carroll, Joe Barry
    Carter, Vince
    Cassel, Sam
    Chamberlain, Wilt
    Chambers, Tom
    Cheeks, Maurice
    Coleman, Derrick
    Cooper, Michael
    Cousy, Bob
    Cowens, Dave
    Cunningham, Billy
    Daly, Chuck (Coach)
    Daniels, Mel
    Dantley, Adrian
    Daugherty, Brad
    Davis, Walter
    Debusschere, Dave
    Diaw, Boris
    Divac, Vlade
    Drexler, Clyde
    Dumars, Joe
    Duncan, Tim
    Eaton, Mark
    Ellis, Dale
    English, Alex
    Erving, Julius
    Ewing, Patrick
    Finley, Michael
    Ford, TJ
    Frazier, Walt
    Free, World B
    Fulks, Joe
    Garnett, Kevin
    Gervin, George
    Gilmore, Artis
    Ginobli, Manu
    Goodrich, Gail
    Grant, Horace
    Greer, Hal
    Hardaway, Anfernee
    Hardaway, Tim
    Havlicek, John
    Hawkins, Connie
    Hayes, Elvin
    Haywood, Spencer
    Heinson, Tom
    Hill, Grant
    Holzman, Red (Coach)
    Hornacek, Jeff
    Horry, Robert
    Houston, Allan
    Howard, Dwight
    Issel, Dan
    Iverson, Allen
    Jackson, Mark
    Jackson, Phil (Coach)
    James, Lebron
    Johnson, Avery (Coach)
    Johnson, Dennis
    Johnson, Earvin
    Johnson, Gus
    Johnson, Kevin
    Johnson, Vinnie
    Jones, Bobby
    Jones, Eddie
    Jones, K.C. (Guard)
    Jones, Sam
    Jordan, Michael
    Kemp, Shawn
    Kerr, Steve
    Kidd, Jason
    King, Bernard
    Kundla, John (Coach)
    Laimbeer, Bill
    Lanier, Bob
    Lever, Fat
    Lucas, Jerry
    Lucas, Maurice
    Luisetti, Hank
    Malone, Karl
    Malone, Moses
    Manning, Danny
    Maravich, Pete
    Marbury, Stephon
    Marion, Shawn
    McAdoo, Bob
    McGinnis, George
    McGrady, Tracy
    McHale, Kevin
    Mikan, George
    Miller, Brad
    Miller, Reggie
    Ming, Yao
    Moe, Doug (Coach)
    Moncrief, Sidney
    Monroe, Earl
    Mourning, Alanzo
    Mullin, Chris
    Murphy, Calvin
    Mutumbo, Dikembe
    Nance, Larry
    Nash, Steve
    Nelson, Don (Coach)
    Noivitsky, Dirk
    Oakley Charles
    Oden, Greg
    Odom, Lamar
    Olajuwon, Hakeem
    Okafor, Emeka
    O'Neal, Jermaine
    O'Neal, Shaquille
    Parker, Tony
    Parrish, Robert
    Paul, Chris
    Payton, Gary
    Perry, Elliot
    Person, Chuck
    Petit, Bob
    Petrovich, Drazen
    Pierce, Paul
    Pippen, Scottie
    Popovich, Greg (Coach)
    Porter, Kevin
    Price, Mark
    Prince, Tayshaun
    Raheem, Shareef Abdur
    Ramsay, Jack
    Reed, Willis
    Rice, Glen
    Richmond, Mitch
    Riley, Pat (Coach)
    Robertson, Oscar
    Robinson, David
    Rodman, Dennis
    Russel, Bill
    Sabonis, Arvydas
    Sampson, Ralph
    Schayes, Dolph
    Schrempf, Detlef
    Sharman, Bill
    Sikma, Jack
    Sloan, Jerry (Player)
    Smith, Dean (Coach)
    Smith, Elmore
    Smith, Josh
    Smits, Rick
    Stackhouse, Jerry
    Stockton, John
    Stoudemire, Amare
    Strickland, Rod
    Tomjonovich, Rudy (Coach)
    Thomas, Isiah
    Thompson, David
    Thorpe, Otis
    Thurmond, Nate
    Unseld, Wes
    Vandeweghe, Kiki
    Wade, Dewayne
    Walker, Chet
    Wallace, Ben
    Wallace, Rasheed
    Walton, Bill
    Webber, Chris
    West, Jerry
    Westphal, Paul (Guard)
    Wilkins, Dominique
    Wilkins, Lenny (Guard)
    Williams, Buck
    Worthy, James
    Yardley, George
    Last edited by JCMElway; 08-19-2007, 11:32 PM.

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    • #3
      Okay, Killericon...Jon Koncak is still on the board.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by angryllama View Post
        Okay, Killericon...Jon Koncak is still on the board.

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        • #5


          Koncak to the rack.

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          • #6
            With the First Overall Selection of the All-Time NBA Draft, Killericon selects Shooting Guard Micheal Jordan.



            After a standout career at the University of North Carolina, Jordan joined the NBA's Chicago Bulls in 1984. He quickly emerged as one of the stars of the league, entertaining crowds with his prolific scoring. His leaping ability, illustrated by performing slam dunks from the foul line at Slam Dunk Contests, earned him the nicknames "Air Jordan" and "His Airness." He also gained a reputation as one of the best defensive players in basketball. In 1991, he won his first NBA championship with the Bulls, and followed that with titles in 1992 and 1993, securing a "three-peat". Though Jordan abruptly left the NBA in October 1993 to pursue a career in baseball, he rejoined the Bulls in 1995 and led them to three additional championships (1996, 1997, and 1998). His 1995–96 Bulls team won an NBA record 72 regular season games. Jordan retired for a second time in 1999, but he returned for two more NBA seasons as a member of the Washington Wizards from 2001 to 2003. Jordan's individual accolades and accomplishments include five NBA MVP (Most Valuable Player) awards, ten All-NBA First Team designations, nine All-Defensive First Team honors, fourteen NBA All-Star game appearances, ten scoring titles, three stealing titles, and the 1988 NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award. He holds the NBA record for highest career regular season scoring average with 30.1 points per game, as well as averaging a record 33.4 points per game in the playoffs. In 1999, he was named the greatest North American athlete of the 20th century by ESPN, and was second to Babe Ruth on the Associated Press's list of athletes of the century.
            Awards

            * 14 time All-Star
            * Olympic Gold Medal Winner—1984, 1992
            * Five time MVP—1988, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1998
            * 7 time The Sporting News MVP
            * Rookie of the Year—1984
            * Defensive Player of the Year—1988
            * 11 times All-NBA—10 times first team, 1 time second team
            * 9 time All-Defensive First Team
            * Sports Illustrated "Sportsman of the Year"—1991
            * Named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History in 1996

            Records

            * Most scoring titles—10
            * Most NBA Finals MVP awards—6
            * Highest career scoring average—30.12
            * Highest career scoring average playoffs—33.45
            * Most consecutive games scoring in double figures—866
            * Highest single series scoring average NBA Finals—41.0 (1993)

            Last edited by Killericon; 06-05-2007, 01:48 AM.

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            • #7
              I decided I wasn't worthy of having Koncak aboard.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by killericon View Post
                I decided I wasn't worthy of having Koncak aboard.
                Ah...wise decision. He can be quite intimidating.

                Okay... now it gets a bit more interesting. Who goes #2?

                Bill Russell? Bird? Magic? Chamberlain? Pooh Richardson?

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                • #9
                  Indeed. I'd pick Wilt, personally. He's the ony guy who I even gave a thought to other than Jordan.

                  ****...Nash might not even be around when I pick next.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by killericon View Post
                    Indeed. I'd pick Wilt, personally. He's the ony guy who I even gave a thought to other than Jordan.
                    ****...Nash might not even be around when I pick next.

                    You could get some Pooh instead:

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                    • #13
                      With the 2nd pick in the draft I select:
                      Wilt Chamberlain

                      He was basketball's unstoppable force, the most awesome offensive force the game has ever seen. Asked to name the greatest players ever to play basketball, most fans and aficionados would put Wilt Chamberlain at or near the top of the list. Dominating the game as few players in any sport ever have, Chamberlain seemed capable of scoring and rebounding at will, despite the double- and triple-teams and constant fouling tactics that opposing teams used to try to shut him down. As Oscar Robertson put it in the Philadelphia Daily News when asked whether Chamberlain was the best ever, "The books don't lie." more...

                      Ken Regan/NBAE/Getty Images
                      Complete Bio | Summary | Complete Stats
                      G FG% FT% Rebs RPG Asts APG Pts PPG
                      1,045 .540 .511 23,924 22.9 4,643 4.4 31,419 30.1

                      Full Name: Wilton Norman Chamberlain
                      Born: 8/21/36 in Philadelphia
                      Died: 10/12/99 in Los Angeles
                      High School: Overbrook (Philadelphia)
                      College: Kansas
                      Drafted by: Philadelphia Warriors (1959)
                      Transactions: Traded to Philadelphia 76ers,
                      1/15/65; Traded to Los Angeles Lakers, 7/9/68 Nickname: WIlt the Stilt; The Big Dipper
                      Height: 7-1; Weight: 275 lbs.
                      Honors: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1978); NBA champion (1967, '72); NBA Finals MVP (1972); NBA MVP (1960, '66, '67, '68); All-NBA First Team (1960, '61, '62, '64, '66, '67, '68); Second Team ('63, '65, '72); All-Defensive First Team (1972, '73); Rookie of Year (1960); One of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996).

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                      • #14
                        Originally posted by Clockwork Orange View Post
                        They really hurt the legitimacy of the list by putting Scottie Pippen on it.
                        Agreed.

                        Master__Pain is on the clock. He has until 8 AM CST to make his selection.

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                        • #15
                          Originally posted by Clockwork Orange View Post
                          They really hurt the legitimacy of the list by putting Scottie Pippen on it.
                          I agree, however, in fairness, I think at the time it made sense, it was believed that he was just as big of a part of the rings as MJ, etc.

                          But yeah, looking back, let's just call it the 49 best of all time.

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