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PostSubject: GM Game NBA 2k11 Simulation - All Three Seasons, Final Standings, and Seasons 4, 5, 6, and 7 for fun!   Sat Jul 16, 2011 11:00 pm

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HEADS UP: IT IS IN YOUR BEST INTEREST TO SKIP THROUGH TO YOUR TEAM AND READ YOUR RESULTS FIRST. THAT WAY, YOU WON'T RUIN YOUR WONDERFUL SURPRISE BY READING ANY RESULTS FROM ANY OTHER TEAM. THE OVERALL RESULTS ARE AFTER ALL THE TEAMS SO READ YOURS FIRST

..just a heads up. Alright, here we go!

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SEASON ONE:

CHICAGO BULLS:
The Bulls enjoyed having two All-Stars on their team, both of which went on to take a spot on the All-NBA First Team. You guessed it, Derrick Rose and Dwight Howard. Dwight Howard also went on to take a spot on the All-Defensive Second Team. Final record? The Bulls finished the season 47-35, taking the 4th seed in the East. In the first round, they fought a tough series against the Bucks, coming away with a 4-3 victory. In the second round, they were not so lucky. They fought hard, but lost to the eventual NBA Champion Boston Celtics 4-3.
Derrick Rose - 30 PPG, 5.6 APG, 4.3 RPG
Dwight Howard - 19.9 PPG, 12 RPG, 1.8 BPG

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS:
The Cavs' Chris Kaman showed the most prominence in the first season, grabbing an All-Star spot and being a part of the All-NBA Second Team. In other news, Ramon Sessions won Most Improved Player, Thabo Sefolosha won a spot on the All-NBA Defensive Second Team, and your boy Norris Cole was on the All-Rookie Second Team. However, all this did not turn out to much, as the Cavs finished 32-50 and missed the playoffs
Chris Kaman - 22.1 PPG, 10 RPG, 1.5 BPG
Ramon Sessions - 14.2 PPG, 7.2 APG, 3.0 RPG
Norris Cole - 7.6 PPG, 2.7 APG, 2.2 RPG

LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS:
Kevin Durant obviously led the way for the Clippers, winning an All-Star Spot, winning the Defensive Player of the Year award, being on the All-NBA First Team, and the All-NBA Defensive First Team. However, he did not get much help outside of that, and the Clippers failed to make the playoffs with a 37-45 record.
Kevin Durant - 27.9 PPG, 8.2 RPG
Blake Griffin - 15.7 PPG, 10 RPG

MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES:
Monta Ellis proved to be the star of the Grizzlies, making the All-Star Team. However, a balanced attack from their three best players is what got the Grizzlies into the playoffs with a 47-35 record as the 5th seed. There, they defeated the Spurs 4-1, but then fell to the Rockets 4-2 in the second round.
Monta Ellis - 23.7 PPG, 5.8 APG
Rudy Gay - 16.3 PPG, 6.5 RPG
David Lee - 16.1 PPG, 8.5 RPG

ATLANTA HAWKS:
Josh Smith led the way for the Hawks, making the All-Star Team, the All-NBA Second Team, and the All-NBA Defensive First Team. The Hawks had a 38-44 record, yet managed to sneak into the playoffs as the 7th seed. However, once in the playoffs, they got handled by the Magic 4-1.
Jamal Crawford - 18.4 PPG
Josh Smith - 15.6 PPG, 9.2 RPG, 1.5 SPG

NEW YORK KNICKS:
As expected, the Knicks sported two All-Stars, Melo and Stoudemire. Carmelo also found his way to the All-NBA Second Team. On a side note, Josh Harrellson won a spot on the All-Rookie Second Team. However, the Knicks did not have much help outside of that, as they finished 34-48 and missed the playoffs.
Carmelo Anthony - 24.1 PPG, 8.4 RPG
Amare Stoudemire - 20.2 PPG, 8.5 RPG

LOS ANGELES LAKERS:
The Lakers only had one player win any award, Kyrie Irving on the All-Rookie First Team. They finished 26-56 and missed the playoffs.
JR Smith - 21.6 PPG, 4.1 APG
Kyrie Irving - 14.4 PPG, 4.1 APG
Klay Thompson - 6.5 PPG, 1.1 RPG

ORLANDO MAGIC:
The Magic had two All-Stars on their team, Russell Westbrook and Joe Johnson. Russell Westbrook also went on to be a part of the All-NBA Third Team. These two led the way to a 52-30 record, winning the 2nd seed out East. In the first round, they took out the Hawks easily 4-1, but then met their demise in the second round, losing to the Indiana Pacers 4-2.
Russell Westbrook - 21.5 PPG, 7 APG
Joe Johnson - 20.3 PPG, 5.3 RPG

DALLAS MAVERICKS:
The same exact team as before, the Mavs had two All-Stars, Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Kidd. Dirk later went on to be part of the All-NBA First Team. The Mavs did very well, ending the season with a 54-28 record and getting the 2nd seed out West. Just like in real life, they went up against the Blazers, winning 4-3. However, they got taken out by the Warriors in the next round 4-2.
Dirk Nowiztki - 26.3 PPG

DENVER NUGGETS:
The team destined to fail in the sim failed to have anybody win any award, and finished 39-43. They did not make the playoffs.
Ty Lawson - 14.5 PPG, 61 APG
James Harden - 16.9 PPG

OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER:
Perhaps the most hyped up team in the whole game, the Thunder did not disappoint. Kobe Bryant dominated, winning an All-Star spot, an All-NBA First Team spot, and the MVP award. The Thunder swept the month of December, going 16-0. At the end of the season, they absolutely destroyed the league, giong 69-13 and easily getting the top seed in the NBA along with Marshall winning the Coach of the Year award. This of course translated into playoff success. NOT! The Thunder epically choked, and got thrown out of the playoffs in the first round by the 8th seed Rockets 4-1.
Kobe Bryant - 24.6 PPG, 5.7 APG
Pau Gasol - 16.4 PPG, 9.7 RPG
Chauncey Billups - 18.8 PPG, 8 APG

GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS:
The Warriors enjoyed having the 2k beast Carlos Boozer being a member of the All-Star team along with the All-NBA Third Team. He helped the team rock a 51-31 record as the 3rd seed in the West. Going into the playoffs strong, the Warriors easily took out the Suns 4-1. In the next round, they were met with some tougher competition, however, defeated the Mavs 4-2. In the Conference Finals, they went up against the 8th seeded Rockets, who they handled 4-1. In the NBA Finals, the Warriors were up against the Boston Celtics. It was a very hard fought series on both sides, and the Celtics came out on top 4-3. Rajon Rondo was the Finals MVP.
Carlos Boozer - 21.5 PPG, 10 RPG
Eric Gordon - 22.9 PPG, 4.4 RPG
Stephen Curry - 19.4 PPG, 6.7 APG

WASHINGTON WIZARDS:
The Wizards did not have much success in awards, except for Jan Vesely's All-Rookie Second Team appearance. Zach Randolph led the Grizzlies to 30-52 record, and they missed the playoffs.
Zach Randolph - 17.6 PPG, 11.2 RPG

SEASON RECAP:
The players of the GM Game had a lot of success in the All-Star Game, and the following players had a spot:
Derrick Rose
Dwight Howard
Chris Kaman
Kevin Durant
Monta Ellis
Carmelo Anthony
Amare Stoudemire
Russell Westbrook
Joe Johnson
Dirk Nowitzki
Jason Kidd
Kobe Bryant
Carlos Boozer

The All-NBA First Team was completely made of GM Game players - Good job!
Derrick Rose
Kobe Bryant
Kevin Durant
Dirk Nowitzki
Dwight Howard

The All-NBA Second Team had some of our players as well.
Carmelo Anthony
Chris Kaman

And we can't forget the Third Team, where we had two more players.
Russell Westbrook
Carlos Boozer

The All-Defensive First Team only had one of our players.
Kevin Durant

However, the All-Defensive Second Team rocked two of our GM Game players.
Thabo Sefolosha
Dwight Howard

Our rookies also shined, and one of our players was on the All-Rookie First Team.
Kyrie Irving

We had three guys on the All-Rookie Second Team.
Norris Cole
Josh Harrellson
Jan Vesely

However, we failed to win the NBA Finals. The Warriors made it to the Finals, but lost to the Celtics 4-3. Rajon Rondo was Finals MVP.

And now the individual awards:

MVP - Kobe Bryant
Defensive Player of the Year - Kevin Durant
Most Improved Player - Ramon Sessions
Coach of the Year - Marshall

Here are the point totals after Season One:
1. Thunder - 58
2. Bulls - 34
3. Warriors - 29
4. Clippers and Mavericks - 26
5. Magic - 22
6. Hawks - 19
7. Grizzlies - 18
8. Cavs - 15
9. Knicks - 13
10. Lakers - 5
11. Wizards - 4
12. Nuggets - 3
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SEASON TWO:

CHICAGO BULLS:
The Bulls' superstar tandem from last season came to play this season, as Derrick Rose and Dwight Howard both got their spots on the All-Star Team and All-NBA First Team again. They helped lead the team to a 50-32 record and the 2nd seed in the East. However, once they marched on to the playoffs, they were met with the Orlando Magic, who pulled off the upset. To add insult to injury, the series was a 4-0 sweep.
Derrick Rose - 31.4 PPG, 5.6 APG
Dwight Howard - 21.6 PPG, 12.6 RPG, 1.8 BPG

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS:
Chris Kaman led the Cavs once again, finding his spot on the All-Star Team and All-NBA Second Team for the second season in a row. This time, he got more help from his teammates, as the Cavs finished with a 43-39 record and make the playoffs as the 6th seed. However, they were easy work for the reigning Champion Boston Celtics in a 4-1 series.
Chris Kaman - 19.8 PPG, 10.1 RPG
Norris Cole - 7.9 PPG, 2.5 APG

LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS:
Kevin Durant continued his overall dominance, and was named to the All-Star Team, the All-NBA First Team, and won the Defensive Player of the Year award (yet was left off the All-NBA Defensive Team?). However this year, he got some help from Blake Griffin, who also found his way to the All-Star Team. This duo led the Clippers to a 44-38 record and the 8th seed in the West. Once in the playoffs, the Clippers were eliminated 4-2 by the Thunder in the first round.
Kevin Durant - 26.4 PPG, 9.1 RPG
Blake Griffin - 17.1 PPG, 10.5 RPG

MEMPHIS GRIZZLES:
The Grizzlies again had Monta Ellis named to the All-Star Team, and he had some support with Rudy Gay and David Lee to go with it. The Grizzlies finished 46-36 and were the 6th seed in the playoffs. They upset the Jazz 4-2 in the first round, but then were eliminated by the Mavs 4-2 in the Conference Semi-Finals.
Monta Ellis - 24 PPG, 6.6 APG
David Lee - 15.9 PPG, 8.5 RPG
Rudy Gay - 15.6 PPG, 6.8 RPG

ATLANTA HAWKS:
Josh Smith found his spot on the All-Star Team once again, and won a spot on the All-NBA Second Team as well. The Hawks also did well, as The Chosen One won the Coach of the Year award. They finished the season 52-30 and were the top seed in the East. They made quick work of the Bucks 4-1 in the first round, and also took out Miami 4-1 in the second round. However, the roles were reversed in the Conference Finals, and the Magic took out the Hawks 4-1.
Jamal Crawford - 18.3 PPG, 2.4 APG
Josh Smith - 17 PPG, 8.9 RPG

NEW YORK KNICKS:
Surprise surprise, Carmelo and Stoudemire were All-Stars once again! Carmelo also won a spot on the All-NBA Second Team, and Stoudemire found his way to the All-NBA Third Team. But once again, the Knicks had little help besides those two, and failed to make the playoffs again with a 33-49 record.
Carmelo Anthony - 23.3 PPG, 7.6 RPG
Amare Stoudemire - 19.4 PPG, 8.4 RPG

LOS ANGELES LAKERS:
The Lakers had nobody do anything significant, and they failed to make the playoffs at 29-53, among the worst in the NBA.
JR Smith - 22.9 PPG, 5.1 APG
Kyrie Irving - 16.9 PPG, 5.8 APG
Klay Thompson - 7.4 PPG, 1.9 RPG

ORLANDO MAGIC:
Russell Westbrook came to play this year, as he was again named to the All-Star Team. Westbrook also was named to the All-NBA Third Team later in the season. He led the Magic to a 39-43 record and the 7th seed out East. However, once the playoffs started, the Magic shocked the world. They pulled off a major upset and swept the 2nd seeded Bulls 4-0 in the first round. In the Conference Semi-Finals, they were major underdogs against the reigning champion Boston Celtics. However, the Magic fought hard and came out on top 4-3. In the Conference Finals, the Magic faced the Hawks, where Chosen One won Coach of the Year. However, Westbrook did not buy it. He led the Magic to a 4-1 victory and pushed the Magic into the NBA Finals. There, they faced the heavily favored Oklahoma City Thunder, who came to avenge their amazing choke in the first round last year. However, the Magic made sure the Thunder would have to try next season. The Magic took the championship 4-1 with Russell Westbrook taking Finals MVP. He averaged 21.1 PPG, 6.4 APG, and 4.7 RPG during the series.
Russell Westbrook - 22.3 PPG, 7.1 APG, 4 RPG
Joe Johnson - 18.6 PPG, 5.5 RPG
Al Horford - 9.8 PPG, 10 RPG, 4.1 APG

DALLAS MAVERICKS:
The Mavs, again the same exact team from the start (-_-), had Dirk win an All-Star spot and the All-NBA First Team once again. He led the Mavs to a 56-26 record and the 2nd seed out West. In a first round rematch of last year, the Mavs took out the Blazers 4-3. In the second round, the Grizzlies weren't much of a threat, and the Mavs took em out 4-2. However, the Mavs couldn't make it all the way, as they were swept by the Thunder in the Conference Finals.
Dirk Nowiztki – 27.3 PPG

DENVER NUGGETS:
The Nuggets actually had an achievement in season 2, as Marc Gasol was voted in as an All-Star. However, that's all, and the Nuggets finished 40-42 and missed the playoffs.
Ty Lawson - 16 PPG, 7.9 APG
James Harden - 17.6 PPG, 3.1 APG
Marc Gasol - 12 PPG, 9.3 RPG

OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER:
Kobe Bryant led the show again, as he won a part of the All-Star Game, All-NBA First Team, and the MVP Award once again. This season, Chauncey Billups also found his way to the All-Star Game. These two helped lead the Thunder back to the 1st seed with a 58-24 record, and the Thunder looked ready to avenge their disappointing first round upset last year. As the playoffs began, they seemed to be ready to do just that. They handled the Clippers 4-2. Next round was even easier, as the Thunder beat the Kings 4-1. In the Conference Finals, the Thunder stomped on the Mavs, winning 4-0. It seemed as though it was just destiny for the Thunder to win the Finals. NOT! In the Finals, the Thunder again epically choked to the 39-43 Orlando Magic in a rematch of the Matchup Finals, and the Thunder went home disappointed once again.
Kobe Bryant - 25.4 PPG, 6 RPG, 4 APG
Chauncey Billups - 19.7 PPG, 8.3 APG
Pau Gasol - 15.7 PPG, 9.8 RPG

GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS:
The Warriors, coming off a 4-3 loss in the NBA Finals, looked poised to make another deep playoff run, with the 2k monster Carlos Boozer along with the rising stars Eric Gordon and Stephen Curry. However, the Warriors just couldn't put it together from the start. They finished 42-40, and missed the playoffs in a very disappointing season.
Eric Gordon - 22.7 PPG, 4.8 APG
Carlos Boozer - 19.9 PPG, 9.6 RPG
Stephen Curry - 19.8 PPG, 5.8 APG

WASHINGTON WIZARDS:
After disappearing last season, John Wall came to ball this season. He got a spot on the All-Star Team and played very well. However, he was not enough as the Wizards were among the bottomfeeders of the NBA, and missed the playoffs with a 27-55 record.
John Wall - 18.7 PPG, 7.8 APG
Zach Randolph - 16.7 PPG, 10.2 RPG

SEASON RECAP:
The All-Star Game was again filled with GM Game players, and the following players were All-Stars:
Derrick Rose
Dwight Howard
Chris Kaman
Kevin Durant
Blake Griffin
Monta Ellis
Josh Smith
Carmelo Anthony
Amare Stoudemire
Russell Westbrook
Dirk Nowitzki
Marc Gasol
Kobe Bryant
Chauncey Billups
John Wall

Once again, the All-NBA First Team was completely GM Game players Very Happy
Derrick Rose
Kobe Bryant
Kevin Durant
Dirk Nowitzki
Dwight Howard

The All-NBA Second Team had a majority of GM Game players as well.
Carmelo Anthony
Josh Smith
Chris Kaman

The All-NBA Third Team also had a couple of our players.
Russell Westbrook
Amare Stoudemire

But apparently, our players got lazy on defense. None of our players made either All-NBA Defensive Team.

And now the individual awards we managed to get:
MVP - Kobe Bryant
Defensive Player of the Year - Kevin Durant (yet no All-NBA Defensive Team...)
Coach of the Year - The Chosen One

This time, we had more luck in the NBA Finals. Both East and West teams were GM Game Players, and Mo's Magic beat Marshall's Thunder 4-1. Russell Westbrook was Finals MVP averaging 21.1 PPG, 6.4 APG, and 4.7 RPG.

Here are the current standings after season two:
1. Thunder - 109
2. Magic - 76
3. Hawks - 65
4. Bulls - 60
5. Clippers - 57
6. Mavericks - 54
7. Grizzlies - 36
8. Warriors - 34
9. Cavs - 31
10. Knicks - 28
11. Wizards - 12
12. Nuggets - 11
13. Lakers - 10
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SEASON THREE:

CHICAGO BULLS:
I might as well copy and paste. Derrick Rose and Dwight Howard found their spots on both the All-Star Team and All-NBA First Team for the third season in a row. Together, they led the Bulls to a 43-39 record and the 3rd seed in the Eastern Conference. There, they faced the 6th seed New York Knicks, and suffered a 4-3 upset, eliminating them from the playoffs.
Derrick Rose - 33.2 PPG, 5.6 APG, 5 RPG
Dwight Howard - 19.5 PPG, 12.7 RPG, 1.9 BPG

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS:
Chris Mothafuckin' Kaman! Kaman reached the All-Star Game and All-NBA Second Team again, and the Cavs finished the season with a decent 42-40 record. They managed to grab the 4th seed out East, and then took out the Indiana Pacers 4-3 in the first round. However, they were taken out 4-2 by the Hawks in the Conference Semifinals
Chris Kaman - 19.4 PPG, 9.7 RPG
Andray Blatche - 16 PPG, 7.5 RPG
Norris Cole - 7.2 PPG, 2.5 APG

LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS:
Kevin Duran kept it going during the third season, making the All-Star Team and All-NBA First Team once again. However, the Clippers suffered some setbacks as Blake Griffin was left off the All-Star roster and Kevin Durant did not win the Defensive Player of the Year again. However, that did not stop the Clippers from grabbing a 46-36 record and the 7th seed in the West. However, one the playoffs started, the Warriors took the Clippers out 4-2.

MEMPHIS GRIZZIES:
Monta Ellis again led the Grizzlies' terrific trio, and made the All-Star team once again. Ellis led the Warriors to a 45-37 record, and despite the good record, the 8th seed in the Western Conference. Facing the Thunder in the first round, the Grizzlies managed to pull off the upset 4-2. As the 8th seed in the second round, the Grizzlies were expected to lose again, but shocked Tyreke Evans and the Sacramento Kings 4-2. However, their run stopped cold in the Conference Finals 4-2 by the Golden State Warriors.
Monta Ellis - 24.2 PPG, 6.1 APG, 2.8 RPG
Rudy Gay - 17.1 PPG, 6.8 RPG
David Lee - 15.5 PPG, 8.7 RPG

ATLANTA HAWKS:
Josh Smith led the way again for the Hawks, grabbing an All-Star spot and even winning the Defensive Player of the Year award, despite not making the All-NBA Defensive Teams. Along with those awards, Smith was named to the All-NBA Second Team. He led the Hawks to a 42-40 record and the 7th seed in the playoffs. In the first round, the Hawks upset Lebitch James and the Miami Heat 4-3. Following that win, they faced the Cleveland Cavaliers, who they defeated 4-2. They faced Kemba Walker and the Bobcats in the Conference Finals, but that proved to be an easy matchup as the Hawks took the series 4-1. In the NBA Finals, the Hawks faced the Golden State Warriors, who were looking to avenge a 4-3 loss in the Finals in season one. The Hawks turned out to be evil to the Warriors and the Hawks took the series, and the championship in a tough 7 game series. Josh Smith was named Finals MVP, averaging 15.3 PPG, 8.2 RPG, and 1.6 SPG in the series.
Josh Smith - 16.9 PPG, 8.9 RPG
Jamal Crawford - 17.6 PPG, 2.3 APG
Andrew Bynum - 15.9 PPG, 10.1 RPG

NEW YORK KNICKS:
Melo and Stoudemire led the team once again, both finding the All-Star Game. Just like the season before, Carmelo was named to the All-NBA Second Team and Stoudemire was named to the All-NBA Third Team. They finished the season a poor 35-47 record, however, they managed to make the playoffs as the 6th seed. Once in the playoffs, they upset the Chicago Bulls 4-3. However, Kemba Walker and the Bobcats were too much, as the Knicks fell 4-2 in the second round.
Carmelo Anthony - 23.4 PPG, 7.8 RPG
Amare Stoudemire - 20.4 PPG, 8.9 RPG, 1.9 BPG

LOS ANGELES LAKERS:
The Lakers failed to do anything for the third season in a row, and again finished among the worst in the league. They finished the season 27-55 and missed the playoffs.
JR Smith - 23.3 PPG, 4.8 APG
Kyrie Irving - 19.3 PPG, 5.7 APG
Klay Thompson - 6.9 PPG, 1.7 RPG

ORLANDO MAGIC:
Coming off a brilliant Championship run the season before, the Magic came with the same mentality. They started off great and continued the whole season through. Russell Westbrook led the team and was named an All-Star and was named to the All-NBA Second Team. The Magic finished the year 55-27, and looked poised to repeat as champions entering the playoffs as the top seed in the East. However, Kemba Walker and the underdog Bobcats proved to have something the Magic didn't, and the Cats eliminated the Magic 4-2 in the first round.
Russell Westbrook - 22.5 PPG, 7.2 APG, 4.1 RPG
Joe Johnson - 19.6 PPG, 5.8 RPG, 3.3 APG
Al Horford - 10.5 PPG, 10.5 RPG

DALLAS MAVERICKS:
Dirk led the way again, making the All-Star Team and All-NBA First Team. He led the Mavs toa 48-34 record and the 5th seed, where they lost to the Kings 4-1 in the first round.
Dirk Nowitzki - 27.9 PPG

DENVER NUGGETS:
The Nuggets finished the season at .500, with a 41-41 record. They failed to make the playoffs...once again. But I still love them.
Ty Lawson - 16.8 PPG, 8.4 APG
James Harden - 20.2 PPG, 3.4 APG
Lamar Odom - 9.2 PPG, 8.5 RPG, 6.4 APG

OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER:
Realizing this was their last shot at a GM Game title, the Thunder came to win it all. Kobe was Kobe, being voted in as an All-Star starter yet again, being named MVP for the third year in a row, and being a part of the All-NBA First Team. The Thunder showed brilliance the whole season, especially in the month of December again where they only lost 1 game. The Thunder ended up finishing with a 60-22 record and the top seed in the NBA for the third year in a row. The Thunder were focused and prepared to dominate the whole league straight from the start, and they steamrolled into the playoffs with that same mentality. This year, the Thunder would win the championship, and nothing would stop them. NOT! With a history of choking in the playoffs, Kobe and the Thunder could not make it out of the first round, losing to the young trio of Monta Ellis, Rudy Gay, and David Lee. The Memphis Grizzlies cleaned up the Thunder 4-2 in the first round, not only striking the pride of the players, but also snatching away valuable points that could have been achieved by advancing into the playoffs.
Kobe Bryant - 25.9 PPG, 5.4 APG, 4.1 RPG
Chauncey Billups - 19.2 PPG, 8.4 APG
Pau Gasol - 14.8 PPG, 10.1 RPG

GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS:
Coming off of a very disappointing season where Golden State dropped from title contenders to draft lottery, the Warriors came out swinging the third season. Stephen Curry and Carlos Boozer made the All-Star Team, and later, Ben won the Coach of the Year award. Going into the playoffs with a 58-24 record and the 2nd seed in the West, the Warriors were dominating. They took out the Clippers 4-2 in the first round, and despite facing tougher competition in the Mavericks in the second round, the Warriors advanced to the Conference Finals after a rough 7 game series with Dallas. The Warriors enjoyed another easy 4-2 win against the Grizzlies before advancing to the NBA Finals, where they suffered a heartbreaking 4-3 loss against the Celtics in Season One. Before going into the Finals, the Warrior players remembered the words of their head coach Ben after their Game 7 loss two years ago, "FUCK FUCK FUCK SHIT DAMNIT YOU HAVE TO BE FUCKING ME RIGHT?". The Warriors went against the Atlanta Hawks in the NBA Finals with every ounce of fight left in them, but could not close out the series, and suffered another morale-shattering 4-3 loss in the NBA Finals, despite being up 3-1.
Stephen Curry - 22.7 PPG, 6.7 APG
Eric Gordon - 21.1 PPG, 4.7 APG
Carlos Boozer - 20.5 PPG, 9.8 RPG

WASHINGTON WIZARDS:
The Wizards did not do very much in the third season, finishing 39-43 and missing the playoffs once again (which I don't understand because the 6th seeded Knicks had a worse record and still made it...).
John Wall - 21.4 PPG, 8.4 APG
Nick Youn - 12.3 PPG, 2.1 RPG
Zach Randolph - 13.5 PPG, 9.2 RPG

SEASON RECAP:
The All-Star Game was again littered with GM Game Players, and here are the All-Stars that we had:
Derrick Rose
Dwight Howard
Chris Kaman
Kevin Durant
Monta Ellis
Josh Smith
Carmelo Anthony
Amare Stoudemire
Russell Westbrook
Dirk Nowitzki
Kobe Bryant
Stephen Curry
Carlos Boozer

For the third year in a row, the GM Game players dominated the All-NBA First Team.
Derrick Rose
Kobe Bryant
Kevin Durant
Dirk Nowitzki
Dwight Howard

The All-NBA Second Team was short just one player from a GM Game takeover.
Russell Westbrook
Carmelo Anthony
Josh Smith
Chris Kaman

The All-NBA Third Team had a lone wolf in the GM Game.
Amare Stoudemire

Yet again, the GM Game players did not find their way to any of the All-NBA Defensive Teams.

And now, the final individual awards that we got:

MVP - Kobe Bryant
Defensive Player of the Year - Josh Smith (yet no All-NBA Defensive Team)
Coach of the Year - Ben

With the Thunder's first round elimination paired with great success by other teams close behind, the final standings may be a bit of a surprise to you...









1. Marshall's Thunder - 147
2. The Chosen One's Hawks - 131
3. Mo's Magic - 87
4. Dwayne's Bulls - 86
5. Ben's Warriors - 85
6. Abdul's Clippers - 75
7. Jaleesa's Mavericks - 72
8. Nenad's Grizzlies - 59
9. Tony's Knicks - 53
10. Jake's Cavs - 52
11. Visa's Wizards - 17
12. Raza's Nuggets - 16
13. John's Lakers - 15

Marshall also won the matchup part of the GM Game, so Marshall is the GM Game Champion!

Whether you did good or bad during the simulation, congratulations everybody! This is without a doubt the best and most interesting game that this site has ever played. You are all a part of...HISTORY!
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And now some more simmed seasons just to fuck around (I'm not gonna post everything, just major stuff and surprises):

Season 4:
MVP - Derrick Rose
Defensive Player of the Year - Josh Smith
John Wall made the All-NBA First Team
Nuggets made the playoffs! But the Cavs didn't...
Warriors beat Pacers 4-3 in the Finals LMAO!
Stephen Curry Finals MVP - 21.3 PPG, 6.4 APG, 4.6 RPG

Season 5:
MVP - Derrick Rose
6th Man - Jimmer Fredette. Jimmer came off the bench averaging 25.8 PPG...
Defensive Player of the Year - Josh Smith
Coach of the Year - Marshall (61-21)
Cavs missed the playoffs again CBI...
Marshall finally got his chance to win the Finals again...but lost 4-3 to Chicago.
Derrick Rose Finals MVP - 41.4 PPG (OMFG), 6.8 APG, 5.1 RPG

***A lot of our guys are starting to retire now haha***

Season 6:
MVP - Derrick Rose (averaging 40 PPG..)
Defensive Player of the Year - Josh Smith
Most Improved John Wall (averaged 37.8 PPG)
Ty Lawson is finally averagign 21/9 Very Happy
Only 4 of our teams made the playoffs..Nuggets 8th seed, Thunder 2nd seed, Bulls 8th seed, Magic 6th seed
Celtics beat the Spurs 4-2
DEMARCUS COUSINS FINALS MVP! Averaging 17.9 PPG, 9.5 RPG
Kyrie Irving is rated 95 at this point

Season 7:
MOST IMPROVED PLAYER - KLAY THOMPSON! He finally broke out of his shell..he averaged 21.7 PPG and 8.4 RPG
The Nuggets finished 15-67 LOL
None of us made the playoffs...
The Bobcats won the Finals with some generated player winning Finals MVP
Amare Stoudemire got inducted into the Hall of Fame lmao


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PostSubject: Re: GM Game NBA 2k11 Simulation - All Three Seasons, Final Standings, and Seasons 4, 5, 6, and 7 for fun!   Tue Jul 19, 2011 3:54 pm

Eyenga, Crawford and especially Monroe were very underrated. Afflalo, Gallo, and Hayes were all a little bit underrated. I also think i tweaked some players that were too good. For sure Arenas, maybe other guys.


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PostSubject: Re: GM Game NBA 2k11 Simulation - All Three Seasons, Final Standings, and Seasons 4, 5, 6, and 7 for fun!   Tue Jul 19, 2011 4:11 pm

cbi wrote:
Eyenga, Crawford and especially Monroe were very underrated. Afflalo, Gallo, and Hayes were all a little bit underrated. I also think i tweaked some players that were too good. For sure Arenas, maybe other guys.


Gotcha. Just curious if you had lowered Afflalo/Gallo and that's why Ben and I were fucked over. Razz
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PostSubject: Re: GM Game NBA 2k11 Simulation - All Three Seasons, Final Standings, and Seasons 4, 5, 6, and 7 for fun!   Tue Jul 19, 2011 4:42 pm

Klay thompson!
Kyrie Irving!

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PostSubject: Re: GM Game NBA 2k11 Simulation - All Three Seasons, Final Standings, and Seasons 4, 5, 6, and 7 for fun!   Wed Jul 20, 2011 12:17 am

at least I made it past the first round every season [1-3]. and the WCF in the 3rd season.

I guess I should have traded for Rose.... damn hahaha
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