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NBA General Manager / 2016-2017 NBA Players Season Averages
« on: May 04, 2017, 05:13:29 pm »
460 - Russell Westbrook
450 - James Harden
395 - LeBron James
380 - John Wall
360 - Giannis Antetokounmpo
360 - DeMarcus Cousins
350 - Anthony Davis
340 - Kevin Durant
330 - Karl-Anthony Towns
320 - Stephen Curry
315 - Chris Paul
310 - Kawhi Leonard
310 - Jimmy Butler
310 - Kyle Lowry
300 - Hassan Whiteside
300 - Nikola Jokic
295 - Damian Lillard
295 - Draymond Green
295 - Rudy Gobert
290 - Joel Embiid
285 - Blake Griffin
285 - Eric Bledsoe
285 - Andre Drummond
285 - Isaiah Thomas
285 - Jrue Holiday
280 - DeAndre Jordan
275 - Paul George
275 - Marc Gasol
270 - Paul Millsap
270 - Ricky Rubio
265 - Kyrie Irving
265 - DeMar DeRozan
265 - Dwyane Wade
265 - Kemba Walker
260 - Rudy Gay
260 - Carmelo Anthony
260 - Nikola Vucevic
255 - Kevin Love
255 - Dwight Howard
255 - Jeff Teague
255 - Al Horford
255 - C.J. McCollum
255 - Mike Conley
255 - Julius Randle
250 - Kristaps Porzingis
250 - Goran Dragic
245 - Nicolas Batum
245 - Elfrid Payton
245 - Brook Lopez
240 - Gordon Hayward
230 - Dennis Schroder
230 - Mason Plumlee
225 - Klay Thompson
225 - LaMarcus Aldridge
225 - Marcin Gortat
225 - Bradley Beal
225 - Jabari Parker
225 - Robert Covington
220 - Serge Ibaka
220 - Myles Turner
215 - D'Angelo Russell
215 - Rajon Rondo
215 - Jonas Valanciunas
215 - James Johnson
215 - Tyson Chandler
215 - Otto Porter
210 - Patrick Beverley
210 - Dirk Nowitzki
210 - Jeremy Lin
210 - Derrick Rose
210 - Marcus Smart
210 - Markieff Morris
210 - T.J. McConnell
210 - Andrew Wiggins
205 - Justise Winslow
205 - Devin Booker
200 - Zach Randolph
200 - Gorgui Dieng
200 - Greg Monroe
200 - Wilson Chandler
200 - Clint Capela
195 - Harrison Barnes
195 - Eric Gordon
195 - Tyler Johnson
195 - George Hill
195 - Will Barton
190 - Dion Waiters
190 - Pau Gasol
190 - Steven Adams
190 - Cody Zeller
190 - Trevor Ariza
190 - Reggie Jackson
190 - Avery Bradley
190 - Danilo Gallinari
190 - Zach LaVine
190 - Jusuf Nurkic
185 - Kenneth Faried
185 - Deron Williams
185 - Aaron Gordon
185 - Tristan Thompson
185 - Victor Oladipo
185 - Al-Farouq Aminu
185 - Joakim Noah
185 - Thaddeus Young
185 - Lou Williams
180 - Khris Middleton
180 - Darren Collison
180 - Marvin Williams
180 - Jae Crowder
180 - Trevor Booker
180 - Frank Kaminsky
180 - Evan Fournier
175 - Enes Kanter
175 - Dario Saric
175 - Ty Lawson
175 - Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
175 - Ersan Ilyasova
175 - Wesley Matthews
170 - Marcus Morris
170 - Taj Gibson
170 - Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
170 - Terrence Jones
170 - Jordan Clarkson
170 - Gary Harris
170 - Jameer Nelson
170 - Marcus Morris
170 - Ish Smith
165 - Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
165 - Andre Iguodala
165 - Andrew Bogut
165 - Derrick Favors
165 - Tony Parker
165 - Josh Richardson
165 - Thabo Sefolosha
165 - Willy Hernangomez
165 - Larry Nance Jr.
165 - J.J. Barea
165 - Emmanuel Mudiay
165 - Alex Len
160 - Nikola Mirotic
160 - Nerlens Noel
160 - Michael Carter-Williams
160 - Zaza Pachulia
160 - Malcolm Brogdon
160 - Kyle O'Quinn
160 - Seth Curry
160 - Tim Frazier
155 - Jerryd Bayless
155 - Brandon Ingram
155 - Sergio Rodriguez
155 - Matthew Dellavedova
155 - Kent Bazemore
155 - Walter Tavares
155 - Sean Kilpatrick
155 - Tim Hardaway Jr.
155 - Jordan Crawford
150 - Evan Turner
150 - Matt Barnes
150 - Amir Johnson
150 - Brandon Jennings
150 - Isaiah Whitehead
150 - Kosta Koufos
150 - Yogi Ferrell
150 - Patty Mills
150 - Dewayne Dedmon
150 - Alan Williams
145 - Austin Rivers
145 - Kelly Olynyk
145 - Jamal Crawford
145 - David Lee
145 - Tyreke Evans
145 - Shawn Long
145 - Robin Lopez
145 - Rodney Hood
145 - Maurice Harkless
145 - Jahlil Okafor
145 - Jordan Farmar
140 - Monta Ellis
140 - Nene
140 - John Henson
140 - Alex Poythress
140 - Channing Frye
140 - Cory Joseph
140 - Andre Roberson
140 - Marquese Chriss
135 - Courtney Lee
135 - Ian Mahinmi
135 - Buddy Hield
135 - Garrett Temple
135 - Bismack Biyombo
135 - Lucas Nogueira
135 - Ryan Anderson
135 - Danny Green
135 - Tyler Ulis
130 - Kyle Korver
130 - J.J. Redick
130 - Jamal Murray
130 - Nik Stauskas
130 - Michael Beasley
130 - Marreese Speights
130 - Justin Hamilton
130 - Spencer Dinwiddie
130 - Joe Ingles
130 - Skal Labissiere
130 - Dwight Powell
130 - Jon Leuer
130 - P.J. Tucker
125 - Luol Deng
125 - Manu Ginobili
125 - Brandon Knight
125 - David West
125 - Marco Belinelli
125 - Gerald Henderson
125 - J.R. Smith
125 - Jared Dudley
125 - Joe Johnson
125 - Shelvin Mack
125 - Solomon Hill
120 - Timofey Mozgov
120 - DeMarre Carroll
120 - Nick Young
120 - Patrick Patterson
120 - Spencer Hawes
120 - C.J. Miles
120 - Caris LeVert
120 - Terrence Ross
120 - E'Twaun Moore
120 - Montrezl Harrell
120 - Allen Crabbe
115 - Ramon Sessions
115 - Raymond Felton
115 - Taurean Prince
115 - Ivica Zubac
115 - Tarik Black
115 - Darrell Arthur
115 - Alexis Ajinca
115 - Bojan Bogdanovic
110 - Jeff Green
110 - Chandler Parsons
110 - Wayne Ellington
110 - Rodney McGruder
110 - Lance Stephenson
110 - Tony Snell
110 - Terry Rozier
110 - Malcolm Delaney
110 - Anthony Tolliver
110 - Thomas Robinson
110 - Dante Cunningham
110 - Sam Dekker
105 - Devin Harris
105 - Jeremy Lamb
105 - Glenn Robinson III
105 - Gary Payton II
105 - Joe Harris
105 - Josh McRoberts
105 - Georgios Papagiannis
105 - Justin Holiday
105 - D.J. Augustin
105 - Beno Udrih
105 - Domantas Sabonis
105 - Nemanja Bjelica
105 - Ed Davis
105 - Jason Smith
105 - Toney Douglas
100 - Iman Shumpert
100 - Brandan Wright
100 - Jerian Grant
100 - Bobby Portis
100 - Jodie Meeks
100 - Delon Wright
100 - Jonathon Simmons
100 - Justin Anderson
95 - Ben McLemore
95 - Al Jefferson
95 - Cameron Payne
95 - Willie Reed
95 - Randy Foye
95 - Mike Muscala
95 - Langston Galloway
95 - Lance Thomas
95 - David Nwaba
95 - Norman Powell
95 - Jerami Grant
95 - Tyus Jones
95 - Brandon Rush
95 - Shaun Livingston
95 - Kelly Oubre Jr.
90 - Ian Clark
90 - Doug McDermott
90 - Kris Dunn
90 - Marcus Thornton
90 - Cristiano Felicio
90 - Denzel Valentine
90 - Ron Baker
90 - Juan Hernangomez
90 - Pascal Siakam
90 - Omri Casspi
90 - Hollis Thompson
90 - Jonathan Gibson
85 - Rodney Stuckey
85 - Donatas Motiejunas
85 - Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot
85 - Luc Mbah a Moute
85 - Dorian Finney-Smith
85 - Aron Baynes
85 - Stanley Johnson
85 - Troy Williams
85 - Leandro Barbosa
85 - Tomas Satoransky
85 - Anthony Brown
80 - Jarrett Jack
80 - Omer Asik
80 - Justin Anderson
80 - Kris Humphries
80 - Luis Scola
80 - JaVale McGee
80 - Jaylen Brown
80 - Corey Brewer
80 - Alec Burks
80 - Dante Exum
80 - Tyler Ennis
80 - Mario Hezonja
80 - C.J. Watson
80 - Reggie Bullock
80 - Kyle Anderson
80 - Shabazz Muhammad
75 - Roy Hibbert
75 - Arron Afflalo
75 - Quincy Acy
75 - Derrick Williams
75 - Boris Diaw
75 - Anthony Morrow
75 - Joffrey Lauvergne
75 - Jonas Jerebko
75 - Paul Zipser
75 - Trey Lyles
75 - Salah Mejri
75 - Alex Abrines
75 - Anthony Bennett
70 - Noah Vonleh
70 - Dragan Bender
70 - DeAndre Liggins
70 - Lavoy Allen
70 - Kevin Seraphin
70 - Isaiah Canaan
70 - Quinn Cook
70 - Boban Marjanovic
70 - Chinanu Onuaku
70 - Meyers Leonard
70 - Reggie Williams
65 - Mirza Teletovic
65 - Aaron Brooks
65 - Archie Goodwin
65 - Rashad Vaughn
65 - Jason Terry
65 - Gerald Green
65 - Jose Calderon
65 - Mindaugas Kuzminskas
65 - Jarrod Uthoff
65 - Cheick Diallo
65 - Shabazz Napier
65 - Patrick McCaw
60 - Chris Andersen
60 - Brandon Bass
60 - Thon Maker
60 - Luke Babbitt
60 - Mike Dunleavy
60 - Briante Weber
60 - Raul Neto
60 - Davis Bertans
60 - Norris Cole
60 - Pierre Jackson
55 - Tyler Zeller
55 - Jeff Withey
55 - Christian Wood
55 - Maurice N'dour
55 - Semaj Christon
55 - Elijah Millsap
55 - Derrick Jones Jr.
55 - James Michael McAdoo
55 - Marcelo Huertas
55 - Jarnell Stokes
55 - Nicolas Laprovittola
55 - Justin Harper
50 - DeAndre' Bembry
50 - Okaro White
50 - Miles Plumlee
50 - Chasson Randle
50 - Marcus Georges-Hunt
50 - A.J. Hammons
50 - Nicolas Brussino
50 - Ronnie Price
50 - Kevon Looney
50 - Mike Scott
50 - Greivis Vasquez
45 - Mike Miller
45 - Kay Felder
45 - Jared Sullinger
45 - Wesley Johnson
45 - Brian Roberts
45 - Malachi Richardson
45 - Marshall Plumlee
45 - Malik Beasley
45 - Jakob Poeltl
45 - Jordan McRae
45 - Manny Harris
40 - K.J. McDaniels
40 - Sasha Vujacic
40 - Darrun Hilliard
40 - Fred VanVleet
40 - Dejounte Murray
40 - Bryn Forbes
40 - Cole Aldrich
40 - Adreian Payne
40 - Pat Connaughton
40 - Sheldon McClellan
40 - Anderson Varejao
35 - Paul Pierce
35 - Joe Young
35 - Demetrius Jackson
35 - Brice Johnson
35 - Andrew Nicholson
35 - Ryan Kelly
35 - Henry Ellenson
35 - Kyle Singler
35 - Tim Quarterman
35 - Gary Neal
35 - Lamar Patterson
35 - Jarell Eddie
30 - Rakeem Christmas
30 - Udonis Haslem
30 - Bobby Brown
30 - Isaiah Taylor
30 - Jordan Hill
30 - Damian Jones
30 - Alonzo Gee
30 - C.J. Wilcox
25 - James Jones
25 - Alan Anderson
25 - Stephen Zimmerman
25 - Joel Anthony
25 - Aaron Harrison
20 - James Young
20 - Jordan Mickey
20 - Joel Bolomboy
20 - Treveon Graham
20 - Metta World Peace
20 - Damjan Rudez
20 - Bruno Caboclo
20 - Jake Layman
20 - Chris McCullough
15 - Georges Niang
15 - Diamond Stone
15 - Axel Toupane
15 - Kyle Wiltjer
15 - Daniel Ochefu
15 - Larry Sanders
15 - Arinze Onuaku
10 - Patricio Garino
10 - John Jenkins
10 - Danuel House
5 - Steve Novak
0 - Ben Simmons
0 - Chris Bosh
0 - Nikola Pekovic
0 - Michael Gbinije
0 - Festus Ezeli
0 - John Lucas III
0 - R.J. Hunter
0 - Kobe Bryant :(
0 - Tim Duncan </3
0 - Kevin Garnett D:

Included those not in the game for everyone's knowledge. You're welcome! ;)

-NoMoreHacks

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You are the General Manager of the Milwaukee Bucks. Focusing on building around the skyscraper rookie Thon Maker and John Henson, a player still with lots of potential to build on, you plan on moving C/F Greg Monroe to a new home. Three teams contacted you, showing their interest in making a trade for him.

1.) OKC's offer

Milwaukee Trades:
C/F Greg Monroe, future 2nd round draft pick

Oklahoma City Trades:
F/G Andre Roberson, C/F Enes Kanter

2.) Utah's offer

Milwaukee Trades:
C/F Greg Monroe, F/G Tony Snell

Utah Trades:
F/C Derrick Favors, G Dante Exum, 2nd round draft pick

3.) Philadelphia's offer

Milwaukee Trades:
C/F Greg Monroe

Philadelphia Trades:
C/F Jahlil Okafor, G Sergio Rodriguez, 2nd round draft pick

Note: This scenario is ALL fantasy. No actual PER (player efficiency rating), actual trade rumors, GM opinions, or opinions of others were based on the creation of this poll, nor should any of this be a major basis either.

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NBA General Manager / List of Legends (both in the game and not) PV's
« on: April 27, 2017, 08:28:36 am »
Hey guys! Ever wondered what your favorite Legends' PVs are in the NBA GM game? I made this handy list containing some of the well-known Legends the NBA ever had and I hope you may enjoy this for reference or information :)

LEGENDS
440 - Wilt Chamberlain
380 - Oscar Robertson
380 - Jerry West
375 - Magic Johnson
375 - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
370 - Larry Bird
365 - Hakeem Olajuwon
365 - Bill Russell
350 - Charles Barkley
345 - Michael Jordan
340 - David Robinson
335 - Elgin Baylor
335 - Shaquille O'Neal
335 - Bob Pettit
330 - Chris Webber
325 - Karl Malone
325 - Elvin Hayes
320 - Nate Thurmond
320 - Julius Erving
310 - Clyde Drexler
310 - Isiah Thomas
310 - Tim Duncan
305 - Allen Iverson
300 - Jason Kidd
300 - John Stockton
300 - Micheal Ray Richardson
295 - Patrick Ewing
295 - Bob Lanier
295 - Brad Daughtery
290 - Bob McAdoo
290 - Kobe Bryant
290 - Kevin Garnett
290 - Jerry Lucas
280 - Dominique Wilkins
280 - Moses Malone
280 - Tim Hardaway
280 - Bill Walton
280 - Clark Kellogg
275 - Walt Frazier
275 - Scottie Pippen
275 - Kevin Johnson
275 - Dave Debusschere
275 - Artis Gilmore
275 - Jeff Ruland
270 - Antoine Walker
270 - Alonzo Mourning
270 - Larry Nance
270 - Norm Nixon
270 - Marques Johnson
270 - Alex English
265 - Gary Payton
265 - Dan Roundfield
265 - Jack Sikma
265 - George Gervin
265 - Dan Issel
260 - Tracy McGrady
260 - Derrick Coleman
260 - Steve Francis
260 - Bob Cousy
260 - Fat Lever
260 - Joe Barry Carroll
260 - Sidney Wicks
260 - Gilbert Arenas
260 - Paul Pierce
260 - Elton Brand
255 - Yao Ming
255 - Steve Nash
255 - Pete Maravich
255 - Shawn Marion
255 - Mookie Blaylock
255 - Alvin Robertson
255 - Ralph Sampson
250 - Glenn Robinson
250 - Chris Mullin
250 - Rod Strickland
245 - Grant Hill
245 - Lamar Odom
245 - Gus Williams
240 - Anfernee Hardaway
240 - Bernard King
240 - Nate Archibald
235 - Dennis Rodman
235 - Bill Laimbeer
235 - Cliff Robinson
235 - Michael Adams
235 - Adrian Dantley
230 - Brandon Roy
230 - Kevin McHale
230 - Amar'e Stoudemire
230 - Terrell Brandon
230 - Muggsy Bogues
230 - Mark Jackson
230 - Ron Harper
230 - Rodney McCray
230 - Maurice Cheeks
230 - Maurice Lucas
225 - Shawn Kemp
225 - Jamal Mashburn
225 - Vlade Divac
225 - Nick Van Exel
225 - Dikembe Mutombo
225 - Larry Johnson
225 - Kenny Anderson
225 - Mitch Richmond
225 - Sam Bowie
225 - James Worthy
225 - Andrei Kirilenko
225 - Antawn Jamison
220 - Robert Parish
220 - Sam Cassell
220 - Eddie Jones
220 - Christian Laettner
220 - Tom Gugliotta
220 - Terry Cummings
220 - Buck Williams
220 - Tom Chambers
215 - Doc Rivers
215 - Vin Baker
215 - Reggie Lewis
215 - Charles Oakley
215 - Mark Aguirre
215 - Steve Stipanovich
215 - Damon Stoudamire
215 - Jamaal Wilkes
215 - Mike Bibby
215 - Brad Miller
210 - Zydrunas Ilgauskas
210 - Latrell Sprewell
210 - Pervis Ellison
210 - Paul Pressey
210 - Mychal Thompson
210 - World B. Free
210 - Sidney Moncrief
205 - Ben Wallace
205 - Horace Grant
205 - Mark Eaton
205 - Walter Davis
200 - LaPhonso Ellis
200 - Chauncey Billups
200 - Hersey Hawkins
200 - Anthony Mason
200 - Arvydas Sabonis
200 - Nate McMillan
200 - Terry Porter
200 - Otis Thorpe
200 - Chuck Person
200 - Kenyon Martin
195 - Doug Christie
195 - Larry Hughes
195 - Shawn Bradley
195 - Kenny Smith
195 - Johnny Dawkins
195 - Joe Dumars
195 - Kevin Willis
195 - Detlef Schrempf
195 - Paul Westphal
190 - Tyrone Hill
190 - Danny Manning
190 - Sleepy Floyd
190 - Kelly Tripucka
190 - Sam Perkins
185 - Jason Williams
185 - Peja Stojakovic
185 - Jim Jackson
185 - Elden Campbell
185 - Michael Finley
185 - Raef LaFrentz
185 - Antonio Davis
185 - Reggie Miller
185 - Rolando Blackman
185 - Sam Jones
185 - Otis Birdsong
180 - Richard Hamilton
180 - Toni Kukoc
180 - Glen Rice
180 - Andrew Toney
180 - Kiki Vandeweghe
180 - Brian Grant
180 - Corey Maggette
180 - Kermit Washington
180 - Bill Cartwright
175 - Darryl Dawkins
175 - Juwan Howard
175 - Dale Davis
175 - Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf
175 - Sean Elliot
175 - Jeff Malone
175 - Steve Johnson
170 - Walt Williams
170 - Avery Johnson
170 - Rik Smits
170 - Dan Majerle
170 - Thurl Bailey
170 - Danny Ainge
170 - Austin Carr
170 - Fred Brown
165 - Spud Webb
165 - Allan Houston
165 - Steve Smith
165 - Byron Scott
165 - Dee Brown
160 - Wally Szczerbiak
160 - Vernon Maxwell
160 - Bonzi Wells
155 - Robert Horry
155 - Shane Battier
155 - Rick Fox
155 - Luc Longley
155 - Chris Gatling
155 - Darrell Armstrong
155 - Cedric Ceballos
155 - A.C. Green
155 - Dale Ellis
155 - Alvin Williams
155 - Jim Paxson
150 - Quentin Richardson
150 - Frank Brickowski
145 - Drazen Petrovic
145 - Dennis Scott
145 - Ricky Pierce
145 - Bobby Jackson
140 - Dana Barros
135 - Greg Anthony
135 - B.J. Armstrong
135 - Sarunas Marciulionis
135 - Sidney Green
130 - Lindsey Hunter
130 - J.R. Reid
130 - Dell Curry
130 - Vinny Del Negro
125 - Derek Fisher
125 - Larry Krystkowiak
120 - Stacey Augmon
120 - Sam Mitchell
115 - Manute Bol
110 - Gary Trent
110 - Antoine Carr
110 - Phil Jackson
110 - Will Perdue
105 - Leon Wood
95 - Bruce Bowen
95 - Monty Williams
90 - Steve Kerr
70 - Bill Wennington

There's still a lot more I know but this is all I could salvage in one sitting. For any legend request, comment it below and I will be constantly updating this list with announcements. I'm human and prone to error so if there are any errors with my PVs, please do comment the corrections and I will change it as soon as I can :)

-NoMoreHacks

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NBA General Manager / Player Of The Day: Reviews
« on: May 08, 2016, 04:55:42 am »
What's up NBA GMs!

In this topic, we will be discussing about the "Player Of The Day" that can be seen in the "Buy Now" part of the Trades section in your game :) Here, we will talk about their career in the NBA in terms of their achievements and stats as well as if I recommend it on your team. I really hope you enjoy this topic and be able to benefit it in terms of knowledge and as a boost in your fantasy team building in the game. I'm also trying to make myself more active on this forum after being away for a very long time. Thanks guys and the first ever review will be posted in just a moment :)

I will also be reviewing superstars at certain times to change it up a little bit :) (will be labeled special edition)

-NoMoreHacks

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NBA General Manager / Which lineup will win? Part 1
« on: February 20, 2016, 02:24:00 pm »
Vote up :)

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NBA General Manager / Looking at some of the 2015-2016 NBA Team Moves
« on: November 20, 2015, 02:46:42 pm »
Hey guys! Hope you're enjoying the 2015-2016 season! We've been seeing a lot of high-flying action from our NBA superstars and more importantly, we've been seeing the contribution that players that moved to new teams are giving! Here are 21 of the season moves that I liked the best (these are not ranked and are in random order)

1.) F/C LaMarcus Aldridge to San Antonio Spurs (former team: Portland Trail Blazers) - big impact for San Antonio, with Duncan still not retiring

2.) F Paul Pierce to Los Angeles Clippers (former team: Washington Wizards) - Veteran who already has won a ring + the coach that helped him win one? That's a pretty good blend there

3.) C/F Greg Monroe to Milwaukee Bucks (former team: Detroit Pistons) - Pretty decent defender back in Detroit. Should do the job done in Milwaukee

4.) F/C David West to San Antonio Spurs (former team: Indiana Pacers) - Veteran forward who's capable of playing two positions. In case of Duncan being benched, West is the go-to guy.

5.) G Lance Stephenson to Los Angeles Clippers (former team: Charlotte Hornets) - LAC gave up C/F Spencer Hawes and F Matt Barnes for this 6'5 Joker (in a very good way). This guy can do magical things, both offensively and defensively.

6.) C Robin Lopez to New York Knicks (former team: Portland Trail Blazers) - Now both Lopez brothers are in the Eastern Conference. Robin Lopez isn't a player who's talked about too much but is pretty decent in his position nonetheless.

7.) G Ty Lawson to Houston Rockets (former team: Denver Nuggets) - Four players out, one dribble-king 5'11 PG in. Small but terrible, watch your ankles.

8.) G Deron Williams to Dallas Mavericks (former team: Brooklyn Nets) - D-Will was granted his wish to get out of the team where he knew he was a flunk. He's still got a lot of experience in the body, hope he's able to exercise it in Dallas.

9.) G Lou Williams to Los Angeles Lakers (former team: Toronto Raptors) - The reigning NBA's 6th man winner is moving West to where Kobe's at. Don't underestimate Lou for his height at the SG position. He can catch you and score on you in places you wish you'd have defended better on.

10.) G Mario Chalmers & F James Ennis to Memphis Grizzlies (former team: Miami Heat) - Chalmers' days as a starter has officially ended. With a star PG in the Heat, Goran Dragic, Chalmers has been benched for a while now. Let's see what he can bring to the Grizzlies. Hey, Udrih and Stokes are good fits for Miami in return though. Excited to see how both teams use their new players to good use

11.) C/F Mason Plumlee to Portland Trail Blazers (former team: Brooklyn Nets), F/C Ed Davis to Portland Trail Blazers (former team: Los Angeles Lakers), G/F Gerald Henderson & F Noah Vonleh to Portland Trail Blazers (former team: Charlotte Hornets), F Al-Farouq Aminu to Portland Trail Blazers (former team: Dallas Mavericks) - Portland's many ways of patching up the wounds Batum, Wes, Robin Lopez, & Aldridge left. Pretty decent patches as a matter of fact.

12.) F Josh Smith to Los Angeles Clippers (former team: Houston Rockets), F Wesley Johnson to Los Angeles Clippers (former team: Los Angeles Lakers) - J Smoove's joining the team he 4-2'ed last season. And Wes isn't gonna leave LA so don't worry With both men bringing in a nice inside scoring, shooting, and defense, LA's got another addition to their Forwards.

13.) F/C Amar'e Stoudemire to Miami Heat (former team: Dallas Mavericks), G/F Gerald Green to Miami Heat (former team: Phoenix Suns) - Heat got some sweet additions, stat! Stoudemire bringing the much-needed work inside and Gerald doing his dunking magic.

14.) G Mo Williams to Cleveland Cavaliers (former team: Charlotte Hornets) - Good ol' Mo's dying to relive the good ol days with former teammates LeBron and Varejao. Can I get a Delonte, Shaq and Ilgauskas to go with that?

15.) G Rajon Rondo to Sacramento Kings (former team: Dallas Mavericks) - Sorry guys, Rondo ain't playin with Kobe in LA. He chose to sign a 1-yr. deal with the town near LA. Still exemplary in playmaking, and withe the good scorers the Kings have to offer, Rondo's gonna love Sacramento for now.

16.) G Wesley Matthews to Dallas Mavericks (former team: Portland Trail Blazers) - Wes' is bringing his package of fantastic shooting to Dallas. When Nowitzki or D-Will can't make the outside shot, Coach Rick's got a much better weapon.

17.) G Monta Ellis to Indiana Pacers (former team: Dallas Mavericks) - Nimble, quick, 360-man, can shoot, score inside. Indiana's gotta be proud of what the nabbed in the offseason, even if they struggle with the cash for his contract.

18.) C Roy Hibbert to Los Angeles Lakers (former team: Indiana Pacers) - Hibbert's one of the tallest players in the league today, standing 7'2. Even when there are people bullying his lack of skill etc. Hibbert's still a pretty decent bigman. He can do the work inside, block the shots, grab the rebound. What does Indiana get in return? None other than the LA Laker's former C/F, Jordan Hill.

19.) F DeMarre Carroll to Toronto Raptors (former team: Atlanta Hawks) - Carroll's an underrated SF. He got to play in a team where he would excel and from his fruit combined with others, his former team made the #1 seed in the East. Hmmm, maybe Carroll can help the Raptors do the same?

20.) C Tyson Chandler to Phoenix Suns (former team: Dallas Mavericks) - It seems like everyone's ditching the Mavs :\ Tyson took the opportunity Phoenix gave him and he took it. Tyson's a great defensive player, nice inside scorer, shot blocker, rebounder, and can even get that much-needed steal.

21.) G Jeremy Lin to Charlotte Hornets (former team: Los Angeles Lakers), F Nicolas Batum to Charlotte Hornets (former team: Portland Trail Blazers) - International packages is coming for MJ's Hornets. Lin's still as nasty on court as the new hair-do he's sporting. Batum's another one of those overlooked SFs. When healthy, he's capable of his role as an SF, reason why Portland never gave him up to other teams until this season.

(Bonus) C DeAndre Jordan stays w/ Los Angeles Clippers (former team: N/A) - Ok, i know this isn't a move but it's too funny to not put. Verbalizing to sign with Dallas Mavericks then a few days later, stay with his former team. This is probably the funniest signing since Garnett "threatened" Rasheed Wallace to sign with the Celtics. As funny as it may be, LA, rejoice! You got your palm tree-haired bigman back! DJ's ready to roll the defense and the offense for the ring-hungry LAC.

Which move did you like the best? What would you consider another top move? What possible move could happen along the season? Comment it below! Who knows? It could happen! :)

-NoMoreHacks

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This is it guys! The two best teams in the West and the East go head to head! Two teams enter and one team leaves as the 2015 NBA Champions! It's the Golden State Warriors, the best team in the West, going up against the Cleveland Cavaliers, the best team in the East!

We've seen how dominating GSW can get. They've obliterated 80% of their opponents during the regular season, made their superstar, Steph Curry, an MVP and an unexperienced playoffs team is now battling their way through the championship gold. They've swept New Orleans in the first round like a breeze, made Memphis pack up and leave in the semis, gave Houston a 4-1 blow and are now more than ready to battle it out against Cleveland to win the championship gold.

Let's not count out the Cavs yet. Ever since LeBron moved back to Cleveland, all of us have been saying or at least have thought "Cleveland is gonna go from the lowly team it was last year to a very dominant team this year" and true enough, it did. LeBron James, still arguably the best player in the league today, helped the Cavaliers to a whole new level. Combined with the prince of dribble moves, Kyrie Irving, the Cavs went from zero to hero in the 2014-2015 season. They were able to put aside the winning hopes of Boston, kicked aside the Chicago Bulls and made the #1 team, the Atlanta Hawks, do a not-so #1 performance.

These two teams only met twice during the regular season and it was all even stevens, both teams getting a 1-1. That also goes for the NBA finals so far, GSW grabbing the first win in their homecourt in OT but CLE grabbing the second also in OT.

What are the disadvantages for both teams? For Cleveland, it's the lack of their star players, losing Kevin Love during the first round and Kyrie Irving during the NBA Finals. This will put more pressure on LeBron to carry out the team's offense and defense. For Golden State, although not as major as Cleveland's, it's their lack of experience in a finals and going up against players who have already won or have been to the finals like LeBron, Marion, Mike M, James Jones etc.

My prediction: GS in 5 games (4-1) or CLE in 6 or 7 games (4-2) or (4-3)

Who do you think will win the 2015 NBA Finals? Feel free to vote and comment below!

-NoMoreHacks

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The battle of the MVP candidates! We saw these two teams fight, defend and in the end, got the results they wanted. Unfortunate for LAC (and LAC fans like myself :( :P ), their hopes of winning a championship has come and gone and Houston advances to the conference finals. GSW battled the veteran-filled Memphis Grizzlies and with the willingness to win raised to the max, the Warriors pulled it off.

For Houston, they have a beast with a beard: James Harden. The beard, the left-handed Clyde Drexler or whatever name you give him, James Harden, from being just a 6th man in OKC, became an MVP worthy superstar in HOU. He's a great offense player, with a great 3-pt ability, knows when to shoot, when to drive and when to deliver sweet passes and has a strong mind for winning.

For Dwight, he's being plagued by injuries and has kept him from showing his potential. However, if not held back by the latter, he's a big guy to watch out for. He can crash the offensive glass and do major things in the paint. Alley-oops, dunks and the sweet Hakeem Olajuwon moves! (Thanks to The Dream for helping him). Also is a well-known blocker, rebounder and paint defender.

For GSW: Curry! Mr. MVP and talk-of-the-town! What does Curry have? A great 3-pt ability that can surpass the shooting of Larry Bird, his own coach Steve Kerr, Reggie Miller and even the former 3-pt king, Ray Allen. Also delivers sweet passes to players, showing his ability on the assist plays. His splash brother, Klay Thompson, also possesses a great 3-pt ability and can even finish some much-needed points in the paint. Another great addition for GSW in Draymond Green. From 2012 until now, his skills have gotten better, and better, and better! He's a great isolation player, can shoot from the arc and drive to the rim.

Houston lost all 4 of their games during the regular season against Golden State. Could mean trouble for them? And now the Warriors have beaten them 2-0 in the playoffs in their homecourt. But let's not count out Houston. We've seen what kind of damage they can bring. And if they can get a homecourt advantage next game, it might make GSW a little less powerful both offensively and defensively

My prediction: GS in 5 or 6 games (4-1) or (4-2) or HOU in 6 or 7 games (4-2) or (4-3)

Who do you think will win? Feel free to vote and comment!

-NoMoreHacks

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Two Eastern Conference teams go head to head for a spot at the NBA finals. The Atlanta Hawks gave their Semifinals opponent, the Washington Wizards, a 4-2 wipeout to send Washington backwards while pushing Atlanta forward. Cleveland, led by LeBron and without Love, made it out victorious with also a 4-2 win, also being called a "buzzer-beater" series due to the buzzer beaters made during the CHI-CLE battle.

Now for Atlanta, as usual, they bring along Jeff Teague, a great scorer, athletic for his size, able to get inside the paint to slash for points, and even possesses a decent 3-pt shot. Millsap is a tough defender and can work offense well, especially in P&R. Horford can contest shots, block them, and also possesses good-enough shooting ability.

Cleveland packs the dreaded Kyrie Irving, always bringing along his skillfulness in ball handling to tear up ankles and get to the ring. No denying, he also shoots great beyond the arc. Now, do we even need to talk about LeBron James? Or do we just say he'll just dominate? Well the latter kinda explains LeBron already but to elaborate: shooting, dunking, slashing, blocking, passing is what he can and most likely will do, with perfection fit for a king.

Where did these two end up in the regular season? Atlanta won 3 of their 4 games during the regular season, showing that even with the greatest player on their opponent's side, their tenacious teamwork can outduel them. But that doesn't remove the strength and hardwork the Cavs put in. They are lead by a battle-hardened MVP and Playoffs experienced leader, LeBron James and with young blood like Kyrie Irving helping out, they could be a one hit KO for Atlanta if not careful.

My prediction: ATL in 6 games or CLE in 6 or 7 games

Who do you think will win? Feel free to vote and comment!

-NoMoreHacks

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What is it that Washington has that makes them so strong? Is it because their lead by the tenacious young PG, John Wall? Or is it because they have a war-toughened veteran Paul Pierce? Whatever it is, it helped sweep Toronto to a shocking 4-0, showing the league how strong the Wizards are and how strong they can get.

Meanwhile, Brooklyn was hanging on to dear life in their intense battle against the #1 team, the Atlanta Hawks. The Nets put up a great fight but Atlanta still showed them why they're #1 in the Eastern Conference, pushing them out of the race to the championships with a 4-2 win.

During the 4 games they had in the series, Atlanta won 3 of the 4 games, showing that the Hawks can have a bit of an advantage. The Wizards however showed that they were more than ready to win, giving the #1 team a 98-104 loss in Game 1. Sadly, terrible news strikes the Wizards when John Wall literally smashed his hand into a million little pieces in Game 2. He's now currently out with a hand fracture and caused WSH a game with a 106-90 loss in Game 2. What will Randy Wittman and the rest of the Wizards do to bounce back?

My prediction: ATL in 5 or 6 games (4-1) or (4-2) or WSH in 7 games (4-3)

Who do you think will win? Feel free to vote and comment!

-NoMoreHacks

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First things first: Golden State now carries a new MVP in the name of the dangerous sharpshooting Point Guard, Steph Curry. Ever since day 1, he's been showing the league why he's deserving of an award as big as the MVP. With the newly-awarded Curry, the whole GSW team is now twice as hyped up as ever and after giving the Pelicans a painful 4-0, what can stop them?

Then there's Memphis, lead by the other half of the NBA Spanish twin towers, Marc Gasol, the PF veteran, Zach Randolph, and one of the most skilled but one of the most underrated Point Guards in the league, Mike Conley. The Grizzlies were matched up against the Portland Trail Blazers and in the end, came out victorious, sending Aldridge, Lillard and the rest of Portland back home.

What does Golden State have? C'mon, the first thing that comes in to your mind when you hear "Golden State" is Curry right? (Unless you're a vintage guy and still stick to Rick Barry :P). Sweet dribbling, sharpshooting, no-look passes. MVP worthy indeed. GSW also carry Curry's splash brother, Klay Thompson, to add much needed outside shots. Bogut for inside scoring and defense and is led by a great coach who was once on the same team as the greatest player in the NBA, Michael Jordan.

For Memphis, just remember: MMZ! Or maybe ZMM or MZM. Whichever you like. Stands for Marc, Mike and Zach. Marc Gasol has been reaching bigger heights this season, mainly also because he has no more problems with any injury of any sort. He's scored a career-high 33pts this season vs. Indiana and has a career high PPG with 17.4 PPG. He's also been an All-Star for the 4th time this year, showing how great he has stepped up his game. Zach Randolph has been giving Memphis much-needed board work for a long time and Conley's been performing great, averaging 16 PPG and 6 APG.

They only met 3 times during the regular season and Golden State won 2 of those 3. Conley recently suffered a bad face injury, leaving his cheeks aching and his eye red like a tomato. He missed game 1 where the Warriors won but came back in game 2 and took the Grizzlies to a victory.

My prediction: GSW in 5 or 6 games (4-1) or (4-2) or MEM in 6 or 7 games (4-2) or (4-3)

Who do you think will win? Feel free to vote and comment below!

-NoMoreHacks

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Houston had a pretty easy series, sweeping the Mavericks who were Rondo and Parsons-less throughout a margin of the playoffs. MVP-Caliber James Harden lead the team to a 4-1 win over the Mavs to send them into the second round

Meanwhile, CP3 and Griffin were given the hardest but the most exciting matchup for the first round. They had to face last years champs, the San Antonio Spurs. A team feared by many, the Clippers knew they had to double the effort in facing such an experienced team. After such a tight and heated fight, and thanks to a game-winning layup by CP3 in Game 7, the Clippers live to fight another day, sending them into the 2nd round after a 4-3 win.

Of course, Houston brings with them the dreaded MVP-caliber James Harden, knocking down those 3's, making stepback shots and delivering slashes to the rim. Howard will also be there to give a nice protection to the rim and finish off some sweet alley-oops while Terry & Ariza have the outside shooting covered.

While Paul helped lead the Clippers over the Spurs last round, he has suffered a hamstring injury and is being rested. But that won't stop the dangerous PF, Blake Griffin, who has been on a roll during the playoffs, making 3 triple-doubles so far. DeAndre is pretty neat for shots in the paint and also a great alley-oop finisher like Howard but needs to pray that they won't put the Hack-a-Jordan too much. Redick covers the 3-pt areas, Rivers replaces Paul as starter.

These two teams ended in a 2-2 during the season, meaning the matchup should be more or less, a tight game yet again. But LAC is beginning to show that they can blow by any team as shown in Game 1 against Houston where they won 117-101. If they continue this kind of strength, even without Paul, Houston better rethink their strategies. But with a coach like McHale and a leader like Harden, thinking of alternatives shouldn't be too hard

My prediction: LAC in 5 or 6 games (4-1) or (4-2) or HOU in 6 or 7 games (4-2) or (4-3)

Who do you think will win? Feel free to vote and comment below!

-NoMoreHacks

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Cleveland and Chicago swept Boston and Milwaukee respectively off their chances of getting a chance to win the championship gold. And as these two collide, which of these two top Eastern Conference teams will win?

Cleveland of course, carries probably the best NBA player in the league today, LeBron James. The vicious, unstoppable, wrecking machine. Then there's the prince of dribble moves, Uncle Drew, Kyrie Irving and the 3-point shooting forward imported from Minnesota, Kevin Love (although at current, is injured with a shoulder injury). Chicago has former MVP Derrick Rose, their defensive center with the epic hair, Joakim Noah, the super-improved SG, Jimmy Butler and the veteran from Spain, Pau Gasol.

The last time these two teams met in the playoffs was during the 1st rounders of 2009-2010. Cleveland didn't have Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving then but Cleveland swept Chicago off their feet with a 4-1 blow. But with Kevin Love out for the playoffs this year, Cleveland's not gonna have a cakewalk getting it that far. It's shown to cripple the Cavs by some margin as Chicago grabbed a 99-92 win over Cleveland, showing that Cleveland needs to find their groove even without Love. Will they be able to pull it through?

My prediction: CLE in 6 games or 7 games (4-2) or (4-3) or CHI in 5 or 6 games (4-1) or (4-2)

Who do you think will win? Feel free to vote and comment below!

-NoMoreHacks

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Like how Drake sang it: "Started from the bottom, now we're here". The Atlanta Hawks, from being #8 with a rather horrific 38-44 win-loss streak, are now #1 with a monstrous 60-22, catching the whole NBA by surprise. But the Brooklyn Nets, after being in a tangle to fight for 8th against Indiana an Miami, live to fight another day. How will each team fare up against each other?

The Atlanta Hawks have stepped up their entire game. The Hawks have joined one of those teams where it's not just one star that shines, but the entire team. In fact, four Atlanta players were selected to be in the All-Star game because of how they all work together as a team.

Of course, they'll pack their big-man, Al Horford, who was absent from last year's playoffs game, probably the reason why they lost to Indiana last year but with Big Al back, the defensive areas in terms of rebounds and blocks will definitely be covered for. Korver will also be there for the team for one reason which is no other than his speciality: 3-pt shooting.

For Brooklyn, they've had come and goes this season, widely changing their entire roster. They've acquired Forward Thaddeus Young from Minnesota, sending the veteran, Kevin Garnett, back to Minnesota. Another fancy addition to their team is the rookie, Bojan Bogdanovic. Already scoring an impressive 9 PPG and possessing a good 3-pt shooting ability, Bogdanovic elevated his game and was rewarded by becoming a starter for Brooklyn: probably a younger and better replacement for Paul Pierce, who left to sign with the Wizards.

If healthy, Brook Lopez can be a serious force of a center to deal with. So far, his foot injury hasn't tripped him up too badly so we can expect him for coverage within the paint both offensively and defensively. Joe Johnson will be Korver's counterpart for Brooklyn, also very proficient in the 3-pt shooting ability. JJ is a great scorer and can give the team much needed points, especially come the 2nd half. And of course, what's Brooklyn without their ever-loyal Point Guard, Deron Williams. D-Will's stats have raised since last year, averaging 13 PPG, 7 APG, and 4 RPG. Analysts have been saying that he's beginning to look like his old Utah days and will most likely continue to be.

Things didn't go very well at all for Brooklyn in terms of the regular season against Atlanta, losing all 4 games against them. And now, their practically slipping off the edge of the cliff bit by bit as they are now being beat 2-0 in the playoffs.

My prediction: ATL in 4 or 5 games (4-0) or (4-1)

Who do you think will win? Fell free to vote and comment!

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Welcome back King James to Cleveland! And with a new crew too, with him is the dazzling Uncle Drew, Kyrie Irving and the Forward who has so much affection in his last name, Kevin Love. The Cavs are hyped up than ever. Will Boston, probably one of the most shocking entries in this season's playoffs, be able to beat the Cavs and the dreaded LeBron-Irving-Love trio?

LeBron James, probably the greatest player in the league today. Very versatile, athletic, skilled, powerful to the point where people are getting arrested just because he's already being compared to MJ! He's helped his former team, the Miami Heat, win 2 championships and enjoyed a vary of different awards from scoring to MVPs. This is why, he's always feared on court, looked up to by many and is considered the greatest NBA player today.

Kyrie Irving: 1st draft pick in 2011, the Cavs made no mistake in choosing him. Numerous ankle breakers is his speciality. When have you seen sicker dribbling skills? Kyrie also carries a decent shooting ability & passing skill. But if ever you need someone to be left behind in a very humiliating way, call up Irving and he'll get it done.

As for Love, sad to say, his game has stepped down by a noticeable margin as he is no longer the superstar of the Cavs: the title belonging to LeBron James and Kyrie Irving. But nonetheless, he's still a pretty good player all-in-all, being a rare big-man that has shooting.

Let's see what Boston has. Boston has no stand-out superstar, the last superstar they held close was Rondo, who left to sign with the Dallas Mavericks. Since then, the stand-out of each player is pretty much equal.

One player, however, is a slight inch above the rest and that is 6th man, Isaiah Thomas. Being only 5'9 and not even a starter for Brad Stevens' team, Thomas is putting up stats, scoring-wise and assist-wise, like he was one! He's averaged 17 PPG and 6 APG in the last 10 games during the season.

Another great addition to the Boston's fresh new roster is Evan Turner. If we're to base it on stats, he's doing a pretty good job for the Celtics, being Jeff Green's replacement as an SF or SG at times. Evan Turner has averaged 10 PPG, 5 RPG & 6 APG this season. Although his scoring has decreased, his playmaking and defense has improved pretty darn good.

Boston has beat the Cavs back-to-back in their last 2 games this season, but on the absence of their stars for rest. They've gone 2-2 this season and for the playoffs, Cleveland is leading 2-0

My prediction: CLE in 4 or 5 games (4-0) or (4-1)

Who do you think will win? Feel free to vote and comment!

-NoMoreHacks

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