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07-21-2010, 09:15 PM

PG:Devin Harris, Aaron Brooks
SG: Stephen Jackson, John Salmons
SF: Carmelo Anthony, Luol Deng
PF: Pau Gasol, Paul Milsap
C: Carlos Boozer, Nene

07-21-2010, 09:20 PM

PG- Chris Paul - Allen Iverson
SG- O.J. Mayo - J.R. Smith
SF- Andre Iguodala - Kyle Korver
PF- Josh Smith
C- Amare' Stoudmire - Chris "Birdman" Anderson

07-21-2010, 09:22 PM

rajon rondo . john wall
dwayne Wade . jamal crawford
gerald wallace . james harden
blake griffin . joakim noah
al jefferson . demarcus cousins

07-21-2010, 09:42 PM

PG: Jason Kidd - Brandon Jennings
SG: Kobe Bryant - Ray Allen
SF: Rudy *** - Vince Carter
PF: David Lee - Michael Beasley
C: Tim Duncan - Shaquille O'Neal

07-21-2010, 10:02 PM

C - Andrew Bynum - Andrew Bogut
PF - Chris Bosh - Jeff Green
SF - Shard Lewis -Wilson Chandler
SG - Stephen Curry - Wilson Chandler
PG - Deron Williams - Darren Collison

IDK If I will be around at 10 but my summary is this;

Deron Williams put himself on the map in these past playoffs as a top 3 PG and probably top 10 player. He can pretty much do anything as far as running the offense and getting his points, yet I have seen some nasty passes from him. He can run, he can use the P&R or can go iso with alot of the smaller weaker PGS. Collison as a backup is solid.. I mean you saw what he did as a back up stepping into the starters role. Very underrated. The good thing about Curry is he can pass as well but will be the primary outside shooter for my team. Him and Wes compliment each other well imo.. Wes can def get to the rim. Jeff Green I think plays the 4 in OKC but I would put him at the 3, from what I have seen he is pretty versatile and can be a big scorer and rebounder for us. Reshard is a another shooter whos natural position is probably the 3 being as he can't guard power forwards at all. Wilson Chandler is upcoming and still unknown to some but when I watched him play he looked pretty versatile as well possibly playing the 2 at 6'8. Then you got the big men.. Chris Bosh can step out mid range and stroke. He is also pretty crafty and smart around the hoop, his defense isn't the greatest but guarding 4's is much easier for him. Then you have Andrew Bynum who arguably without having injuries could have been a great great big man in his career. Even with the injuries he gave the Lakers another big who can rebound and play tough, he was HUGE for them. Then you got the Bogut, I believe he had an allstar type year before that terrible fall. You guys know what he brought to the table when healthy, did his job... and alot thought he would fail. The team style of play is really whatever, with D Will running point anything can happen, Bynum and Bogut can't run the floor so a little bit of drive and dish, post up and some screens for Steph and Shard/Green and we are good to go.

07-22-2010, 07:12 PM

PG- Steve Nash/Gilbert Arenas
SG- Monta Ellis/Kevin Martin
SF- Caron Butler/Danillo Gallinari
PF- Dirk Nowitzki/Kevin Love
C- Lamarcus Aldridge/Chris Kaman

07-22-2010, 10:10 PM

PG: Derrick Rose/Chauncey Billups
SG: Joe Johnson/Eric Gordon
SF: Paul Pierce/Trevor Ariza
PF: Kevin Garnett/Lamar Odom
C: Dwight Howard/Tyson Chandler

First one to touch the ball gets to score.

07-22-2010, 11:56 PM

PG :: Tony Parker - Tyreke Evans
SG :: LeBron James - Tyreke Evans - Evan Turner
SF :: Danny Granger - Nicolas Batum - Evan Turner
PF :: David West - Tyrus Thomas
C :: Al Horford - Yao Ming

Length is our strength, good luck trying to defend!

07-23-2010, 05:24 AM
Play Granger at SG


PG Russell Westbrook - Goran Dragić
SG Brandon Roy - Manu Ginóbili
SF Kevin Durant - Ron Artest
PF Zach Randolph - Marcus Camby - Andrea Bargnani
C Brook Lopez - Marcus Camby - Andrea Bargnani