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Thursday, February 4, 2016
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
The Aces had an overall disappointing week going 2-2. They lost on the first night of both their back to backs. Memphis and Jeff Hill took it to the Aces beating them 124-110. The next night the Aces showed a little grit by bouncing back to beat the Suns 126-110.

There were rumors of the team out on the town after that win. Which led to some second guessing when the Aces laid an egg on Friday night at home against the Rockets losing 114-108. Harmon in particular just seemed out of sorts fouling out with 10mins to go in the game. The coach was asked about the purported partying the night before, but he dismissed it and said just wait until tomorrow's game.

This reporter was a little skeptical after the showing Friday and the rumors of nights out on the town, that the Aces would put up a fight against the Warriors. However, I was happily proven wrong.

The Aces jumped out on the Warriors from the start and built a nice cushion. Then Cameron took over in the second bring the Warriors back to even. The third quarter was back and forth, with all the stars showing their talents. In the fourth Bethea and Harmon just took over and built a ten point lead with 2 minutes to go. Then down the stretch Jeffries hit some big free throws and the Aces pulled away to win 112-98.

Harmon had a season high with 42pts/4rebs. Bethea chipped in 34/2/2. Even Jeffries added some points this game going 22pts and 8assts. Martin added 10pts and 14 rebs. But then the weakness in the bench showed up again. The only other player to score was Eze with 4 points.
This led again to the questions of could the starters keep up this pace all year?

Next week the Aces get the Spurs on the road, with the Pistons and Nets at home. It will be interesting to see if the Aces can take the Warrior win and build on it, or keep up their uneven play.
Dynasty: darkwolf80
01:13 AM - February 3, 2016. Written by darkwolf80
If the first week of the season is any indication this team is going to be a blast to watch. The Aces went 2-1, beating the Clippers at home 140-120, and the Lakers on the road 100-95. Before losing to the Clippers in the rematch at their house 113-112 on a last second Ray Ray shot.

Bethea has kept up his hot hand averaging 35ppg, and Harmon is just chugging along with 26ppg/13rpg.

If there is any weakness shown by this team so far it is the bench. Right now they are getting nothing off the bench. The starters are playing the majority of the minutes and it seems like the coach does his best to keep one of Bethea/Harmon on the floor at all times. But there is just no offensive punch off the bench for this team. And that could wear over the course of the season.

The Aces have four games this next week with two back to back nights. First off is the Jeff Hill led Grizzlies, followed the next night by the struggling Phoenix Suns. On Friday night the Rockets come to town. Then on Saturday it is a showdown in the desert with the Warriors. It gives the Aces their first chance at washing the taste of their playoff disappointment out of their mouths. That should be a fun night!
Dynasty: darkwolf80
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
The Aces opened their 2015 against the LA Clippers and the duo of Donovan Robinson and Ray Ray Francis.

The city had been a buzz all week in anticipation for this opening night. There have also been rumors that some players have been seen out on the town frequenting several casinos late into the night as opening night approached. At least for opening night those distractions didn't seem to distract the players on the court.

The Aces absolutely blasted the Clippers from the get go. They jumped out to a 10-0 lead before the fans could even catch their breath from the opening number by Jennifer Lopez, and never let up. The final was 140-120. Bethea and Harmon were out to prove that they meant business even in the land of fun.

Bethea poured in 42 points/10 rebounds/4 assists. Harmon added 28/10/6. Bush came out of nowhere to go 6-6 from three point land and chipped in 22/6. Jeffries was handing out dimes left and right and went for 14/4/12. With all the offense, the Aces didn't play much defense. But it didn't matter on this night.

If this was any indication of what was to come this year, Vegas had a new blockbuster show in town and it was going to be a fun ride all year long.
Dynasty: darkwolf80
Monday, February 1, 2016
06:09 PM - February 1, 2016. Written by darkwolf80
The Las Vegas Aces held their first official press conference today. They revealed their new uniforms and court layout. They are going with a Casino theme of Black and Red with a White trim.


Reaction to the color scheme and uniforms has been mixed, this reporter included. Management did say that there could be changes even as the year goes along depending on feedback from the fans. "We are looking to provide an overall experience like everything else in Las Vegas. So if the fans aren't happy with the uniforms we will make changes. Our brand is Vegas. "

As for the team staff, ownership has stated no changes will happen this year. "We are going to roll the dice with what we have this year. If they perform then we'll evaluate at the end of the year."

The fans are excited as they are getting a roster that is loaded at the top with talent. Two of the more exciting players in the league who are in their prime, Jameel Bethea and Ahmed Harmon, are signed long term. And they are hungry to make amends for their embarrassment at the hands of the Warriors in last years playoffs.

The players were asked how they felt about the sudden move of the team to Vegas.

Bethea, "Honestly man, All I have on my mind is getting better and taking it all the way this year. I don't like the way we went out. With Harmon coming back we have to avenge last year's disappointment. Yeah we had a good regular season, but that don't mean sh%^ when it comes playoff time. This year we have to play all the way through and never let up. And I feel with as close knit as this team is we shouldn't have an issue. But as far as the new city and fans, bring em on. I mean it is Vegas Baby!!"

Harmon, "I was told before I signed of the move, so it wasn't as big a shock to me. In fact it was one of the reasons I was willing to take a little less money. Well that and this team is so close that I just couldn't really see playing anywhere else. We are all like brothers. Even the no dancing fool Bush. But when it comes to Vegas, I feel like we are going to take this town by storm. They won't have seen anything like it since the Rat Pack!"
Dynasty: darkwolf80
Thursday, January 21, 2016
02:48 AM - January 21, 2016. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings
Jan 21, 20161ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Washington Redskins (CPU)3001417
Minnesota Vikings (Me)01071431
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense335258
Rushing Yards72166
Passing Yards26392
First Downs1712
Punt Return Yards17109
Kick Return Yards075
Total Yards352442
3rd Down Converstion4-13 (30%)4-11 (36%)
4th Down Conversion1-2 (50%)0-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1-0-1 (100%)2-0-1 (50%)
Posession Time35:3524:25
Scoring Summary
8:13(WAS) Dustin Hopkins 35 Yard FG30
1:15(MIN) Marcus Sherels 90 Yard PR for TD37
0:00(MIN) Blair Walsh 21 Yard FG310
2:16(MIN) Teddy Bridgewater 27 Yard TD Pass to Kyle Rudolph317
13:20(MIN) Justin Trattou 55 Yard Fumble Return for TD324
11:13(WAS) Kirk Cousins 56 Yard TD Pass to DeSean Jackson1024
8:11(MIN) Adrian Peterson 62 Yard TD Run1031
1:53(WAS) Kirk Cousins 32 Yard TD Pass to Pierre Garcon1731
Washington Redskins
Kirk Cousins26/3729921
Alfred Morris25682.70
Matt Jones263.00
Kirk Cousins122.00
Chris Thompson2-4-2.00
DeSean Jackson814217.71
Pierre Garcon56112.21
Alfred Morris5346.80
Jordan Reed4348.50
Jamison Crowder2157.50
Chris Thompson2136.50
Spencer Long40
Brandon Scherff20
Morgan Moses11
Trent Williams 01
Keenan Robinson81.000
Preston Smith81.000
DeAngelo Hall80.000
Dashon Goldson60.000
Ryan Kerrigan50.000
Jason Hatcher31.000
Quinton Dunbar30.010
Bashaud Breeland30.000
Kyshoen Jarrett30.000
Chris Baker20.000
Will Blackmon20.000
Deshazor Everett20.000
Jeron Johnson20.000
Terrance Knighton20.000
Dustin Hopkins1/12/2535
Tress Way631853.01
Jamison Crowder2178.50
Minnesota Vikings
Teddy Bridgewater11/1912311
Shaun Hill0/1000
Adrian Peterson 191457.61
Matt Asiata2126.00
Teddy Bridgewater341.30
Jerick McKinnon133.00
Zach Line122.00
Stefon Diggs4338.20
Kyle Rudolph12727.01
Mike Wallace3227.30
Adrian Peterson12121.00
Matt Asiata11414.00
Jarius Wright166.00
Brandon Fusco01
Matt Kalil01
Matt Asiata01
Harrison Smith201.000
Eric Kendricks100.000
Anthony Barr90.000
Captain Munnerlyn70.000
Danielle Hunter61.000
Xavier Rhodes50.010
Terence Newman50.000
Chad Greenway40.000
Linval Joseph40.000
Andrew Sendejo40.000
Tom Johnson31.000
Brian Robison31.000
Sharrif Floyd20.000
Justin Trattou10.001
Blair Walsh1/14/4721
Jeff Locke624641.02
Cordarrelle Patterson37525.00
Jarius Wright100.00
Marcus Sherels210954.51
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life