So, as I am sure you are all aware, the Psycho Sports crew decided to re-write history this week. We took the modern era of the NBA, and re-drafted our own dream teams. Any player who played in the NBA between 1980 and today were elligible, so naturally Chadillac made sure to build his team around Darryl "Chocolate Thunder" Dawkins... and surprisingly left Sam Bowie and Brian Scalabrine on the sidelines.
Once we drafted these teams, we wanted to know who had the superior GM skills... So we took our All-Star rosters, and plugged them into the super sports simulator, What If Sports, to see how our teams would matchup with one another, and how these players would coexist on the same roster. Could Lebron have guarded Jordan? How would Magic and Bird fare as teammates? Is Isaiah still a jerk-off in a simulation?
These were the questions we set to answer...
** Check Out the Results After The Jump **
After drafting our teams, it was time to put our squads to the test. We divised a simple schedule to see how our franchises would fare in a small sample size. The eight game schedule involved eight games (four home, four away), that would allow each team to match-up with every other team four times.
The great thing about What if Sports is that it not only predicts the results, it also simulates the play-by-play, so you can track the ebb and flow of the individual games, see streaks and slumps, as well as substitutions and injuries. What If Sports allows you to re-create every detail that would occur in an actual basketball game.
Parente-Hood then headed to face Tommy Points, hungry for a win... but depite a strong offensive showing for Kebe, they would leave empty-handed. Youngster Kevin Durant put on his own show leading the way to a pair of TP victories 115-98 and 113-109 respectively.
Michael's Parente-Hood came home for a pair against Lovetron. Despite being on the road, Chad's squad dominated behind a pair of MJ Triple-Doubles. Kobe, Shaq, and LeBron were not able to pull one out, and finished the "season" with just one victory.
Finally, Tommy Points took a trip to the Planet Lovetron. Jordan scored 24 and Stockton dished out a dozen dimes in the first game, and Tommy Points suffered their first loss 104-95. In the second and final matchup, Kevin's squad bounced back with a victory (120-117) behind 22 from Bird and another Magic Triple-Double.
Here were the Final Standings...
Back to the drawing board, Parente!
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