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Tuesday, January 19, 2016
09:00 PM - January 19, 2016. Written by OchoOcho88
Chillin at home, bored AF with Madden 15 in the Xbox One. What next, another Cowboys franchise?? Nah.. after starting I don't know how many franchises with the Cowboys, Brown, Titans, Bills, etc, etc, etc it was time to give the mode meaning. So bored as sh*t sitting at home with nothing but the NFL Network, Madden, and the bong I thought I would create a new challenge or something to keep myself more interested and keep me from hitting that sim button after 3 games in followed by dropping the franchise entirely.

What would be more bad*ss than being an NFL GM right? But what about for the worst team in the NFL? Maybe a nightmare but high times pulls you through. Taking a team from sh*t and turning it into a SB contending team can be difficult although the reward is fulfilling. Its time to F this challenge up.
Dynasty: OchoOcho88
Thursday, January 14, 2016
04:41 PM - January 14, 2016. Written by thegna4
SAN DIEGO - In the opening game for the San Diego Spartans, they came out on top of the Dallas Mavericks 101-83. The Mavericks led most of this game, but a strong 4th quarter by the Spartans gave San Diego the win. The Spartans outscored the Mavericks 32-13 in the 4th behind 22 of Damian Lillard's 41 points.

Dallas Mavericks (0-2) at San Diego Spartans (1-1)
Nov 1, 20171234Final
Dallas2125241383
San Diego18272432101
Top Performers
Dallas Mavericks
L. James - 22 PTS, 5 AST, 3 STL
W. Matthews - 21 PTS, 4 REB
San Diego Spartans
D. Lillard - 41 PTS, 7 AST, 5 REB
A. Drummond - 11 PTS, 15 REB, 3 BLK
Team Stats Comparison
DALSD
FG Made-Att37-8041-78
3PT Made-Att5-159-20
FT Made-Att4-510-11
Rebounds3243
Assists2928
Turnovers1011
Steals108
Blocks710
Dallas Mavericks
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
San Diego Spartans
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Dynasty: thegna4
04:26 PM - January 14, 2016. Written by thegna4
A disappointing season full of injuries saw the Blazers go just 39-43, missing the playoffs by 2 games. In the off season, the Blazers officially moved to San Diego to become the San Diego Spartans

Notable off season move: the Spartans traded New York's first round pick (#1 overall) and C Mason Plumlee to the Detroit Pistons for star C Andre Drummond.

FRANCHISE UPDATE
Seasons: 2
Record: 82-82
Playoff Appearances: 1
Conference Championships: 0
NBA Championships: 0
All-Stars: Damian Lillard (2015-16, 2016-17)
All-NBA: Damian Lillard (2015-16: 1st Team, 2016-17: 2nd Team)
Most Improved Player: C.J. McCollum (2015-16)
Dynasty: thegna4
01:10 PM - January 14, 2016. Written by thegna4
Franchise Update
Seasons: 1
Record: 43-39
Playoff Appearances: 1
Conference Championships: 0
NBA Championships: 0
All-Stars: Damian Lillard (2015-16)
All-NBA: Damian Lillard (2015-16: 1st Team)
Most Improved Player C.J. McCollum (2015-16)
Dynasty: thegna4
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
06:04 PM - January 13, 2016. Written by thegna4
TORONTO - In C.J. McCollum's first game back from right shoulder tendinitis, the Blazers defeated the Toronto Raptors 99-96 in a hard fought game. Toronto led most of the game, by as much as 16 in the 3rd quarter. Damian Lillard led the comeback effort for Portland. Lillard started slow, scoring 12 points in the first half, but only on 3-9 shooting. The second half saw Lillard score 23 points on 10-12 shooting. McCollum helped keep Portland in the game when Lillard struggled. McCollum finished with 20 points on 8-15 shooting.

Portland Trailblazers (35-28) at Toronto Raptors (37-23)
Mar 4, 20161234Final
Portland1927242999
Toronto2826202296
Top Performers
Portland Trailblazers
Lillard - 35 PTS, 8 AST
McCollum - 20 PTS, 4 AST
Toronto Raptors
Johnson - 26 PTS, 3 REB
Lowry - 11 PTS, 11 AST
Team Stats Comparison
PORTOR
FG Made-Att38-6743-80
3PT Made-Att10-226-13
FT Made-Att13-144-5
Rebounds3626
Assists2729
Turnovers134
Steals411
Blocks54
Portland Trailblazers
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Damian Lillard 2813-213-76-64800835
C.J. McCollum 298-152-32-22410220
Allen Crabbe 305-103-70-05510013
Ed Davis 265-50-00-05202110
Mason Plumlee 273-60-03-41230319
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Omri Casspi 102-32-30-0100006
Meyers Leonard 102-40-00-0011004
Noah Vonleh 90-10-12-2300002
Gerald Henderson 60-20-20-0221000
Maurice Harkless 50-00-00-0220010
Toronto Raptors
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Kyle Lowry235-101-40-011100111
DeMar DeRozan 268-180-22-24320118
James Johnson 2611-173-31-13211026
Luis Scola234-70-01-2510009
Jonas Valanciunas 265-100-00-05231010
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Corey Joseph192-41-10-0161015
Terrence Ross145-90-20-01110110
Bismack Biyombo 131-10-00-0520102
Patrick Patterson102-41-10-0113105
Dynasty: thegna4
12:56 PM - January 13, 2016. Written by apetroski
Big Ten 2024 Conference Standings - Updated: Jan 10, 2015
TEAMRECPCTCONFPFPASTRK
BIG TEN EAST
#9 Ohio State11-3.7806-3515424W1
#5 Purdue10-3.7605-3440327W2
#10 Michigan10-3.7605-3484383W1
Penn State8-5.6104-4405320W2
Michigan State7-6.5303-5376378W1
Minnesota5-7.4101-7368394L1
BIG TEN WEST
#1 Chicago14-01.0009-0666255W14
#3 Wisconsin11-2.8406-2488293W5
Indiana8-5.6104-4424469W1
Missouri5-7.4103-5356454L2
Illinois7-6.5302-6378430W2
Northwestern2-10.1601-7356473L1
Dynasty: apetroski
Monday, January 11, 2016
09:39 PM - January 11, 2016. Written by thegna4
MILWAUKEE - In a mid-season matchup against the Bucks, the Blazers came away with a 10 point win, 100-91. Damian Lillard struggled from the field early, especially from deep, as he was facing double teams all night. He took over in the 4th quarter, however, once the Bucks came back to tie the game. Lillard ended up with a near triple-double as he finished with 38 points, 15 assists, and 7 rebounds.

Portland Trailblazers (15-7) at Milwakee Bucks (10-12)
Dec 7, 20151234Final
Portland30192229100
Milwakee2023222590
Top Performers
Portland Trailblazers
Lillard - 38 PTS, 15 AST, 7 REB
McCollum - 18 PTS, 7 REB, 7 AST
Milwakee Bucks
Monroe - 28 PTS, 10 REB
Bayless - 21 PTS, 6 AST
Team Stats Comparison
PORMIL
FG Made-Att42-8140-81
3PT Made-Att7-242-8
FT Made-Att9-108-12
Rebounds4336
Assists3327
Turnovers97
Steals78
Blocks118
Portland Trailblazers
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Damian Lillard2915-331-77-771502538
C.J. McCollum287-143-80-07722017
Al-Farouq Aminu264-41-10-1410209
Ed Davis253-50-10-0921206
Mason Plumlee 265-60-01-16122011
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Meyers Leonard 101-50-20-0120202
Allen Crabbe83-72-30-0100008
Noah Vonleh 83-40-01-1701107
Gerald Henderson 71-10-00-0111012
Tim Frazier 70-00-00-0030020
Pat Connaughton 50-20-20-0010000
Milwakee Bucks
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Michael Carter-Williams 212-91-10-04101325
Khris Middleton289-130-20-03010218
Giannis Antetokounmpo 241-60-00-0430102
John Henson263-60-00-0621106
Greg Monroe2811-150-06-1010213128
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Jerryd Bayless209-181-32-21610021
Jabari Parker172-70-00-0522014
Miles Plumlee 82-40-00-0210004
Greivis Vasquez81-30-20-0111012
Dynasty: thegna4
06:04 PM - January 11, 2016. Written by thegna4
One Month Update

After one month of the season the Portland Trail Blazers are 14-7 and sitting in 4th place in the Western Conference. The Blazers also traded reserve center Chris Kaman and their 2016 second round pick to the Detroit Pistons for their 2016 first round pick and center Joel Anthony. That pick could wind up being very valuable, as the Pistons are just 6-14 and have the 4th worst record in the league.

Notable Stats

Damian Lillard: 27.0 PPG, 8.6 APG, 4.3 RPG, 2.0 SPG
C.J. McCollum: 18.6 PPG, 4.3 APG
Mason Plumlee: 13.4 PPG, 9.0 RPG
Al-Farouq Aminu: 8.2 PPG, 8.2 RPG
Dynasty: thegna4
01:58 PM - January 11, 2016. Written by thegna4
The Brooklyn Nets ended up losing in the NBA Finals to the Houston Rockets 4 games to 2. Overall it was still a successful season for Brooklyn.

Franchise Update

Seasons: 3
Record: 125-121
Playoff Appearances: 2 (2016-17, 2017-18)
NBA Championships: 0
Conference Championships: 1 (2017-18)
All-Stars: Brook Lopez (2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18), Bradley Beal (2016-17, 2017-18)
Dynasty: thegna4
Sunday, January 10, 2016
11:29 PM - January 10, 2016. Written by thegna4


Game 1: 100-85 BKN Without Brook Lopez, the Brooklyn Nets pulled off a 15 point win over the Hawks behind a balanced scoring effort that saw the Nets' leading scorer, Evan Fournier, score just 14

Game 2: 101-86 ATL The Hawks pulled off the game 2 win behind Al Hereford's 18 points. Julius Randle and Dennis Schroder gave the Nets double-doubles, but it wasn't enough, as cold shooting down the stretch cost Brooklyn.

Game 3: 93-69 BKN An amazing defensive effort from the Nets gave them a 2-1 series edge. Brooklyn held the Hawks to just 69 points, including just 4 points in the 3rd quarter. Brook Lopez led the way for the Nets with 25 points, 18 rebounds, and 5 blocks.

Game 4: 107-103 BKN This was a much tougher game than game 3, but the Nets ultimately pulled through with the 4 point win to take a 3-1 series lead. Bradley Beal led the way in scoring with 26 points, but Julius Randle was the MVP of this game, tallying 20 points and 21 rebounds.

Game 5: 101-94 BKN This one was a lot closer than the score indicated, but in the end the Nets won the game and series over the Hawks. Brook Lopez led the team in scoring with 20 points.

Next Up: NBA Finals vs. Houston Rockets
Dynasty: thegna4
Saturday, January 9, 2016
05:53 PM - January 9, 2016. Written by zackebarsch10
|Wildcard Weekend|
[5] Broncos (10-6) @ [4] Steelers (10-6) 35 - 38
[6] Rams (9-7) @ [3] Cowboys (11-5) 9 - 31
[6] Bills (10-6) @ [3] Patriots (10-6) 45 - 52
[5] Saints (10-6) @ [4] Seahawks (10-6) 18 -39

|Divisional Round|
[3] Patriots (10-6) @ [1] Colts (12-4) 45 - 34
[4] Seahawks (10-6) @ [1] Packers (13-3) 25 - 42
[4] Steelers (10-6) @ [2] Chiefs (11-5) 15 -41
[3] Cowboys (11-5) @ [2] Panthers (11-5) 38 - 7

|Conference Championship|
[3] Patriots (10-6) @ [2] Chiefs (11-5) 24 - 10
[3] Cowboys (11-5) @ [1] Packers (13-3) 27 -34

|Superbowl|
[1] Packers (13-3) @ [3] Patriots (10-6) 51 - 28
Dynasty: zackebarsch10
04:31 PM - January 9, 2016. Written by thegna4


The Brooklyn Nets won game 2 113-105 behind a balanced scoring effort that saw Bradley Beal lead the way with 19 points.

The Nets won game 3 111-104, with Beal going off for 40 points, while Thomas Robinson tallied 14 points and 14 boards. The Nets lost Brook Lopez to a twisted knee in this one, however. He is set to be out for 1-2 weeks from the time of the injury.

The Nets then won game 4 97-90 to sweep the series in front of their home fans. With Lopez out of the lineup, Bradley Beal and Julius Randle took over. Beal had a monster first half and 4th quarter, totaling 27 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists, while Julius Randle had a huge 3rd quarter with Beal and the rest of the offense struggling. Randle finished with 24 points and 9 rebounds.

Up next is the 1 seed Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals. In the West, the Golden State Warriors got past the Minnesota Timberwolves to advance to the Western Conference Finals, while the Houston Rockets upset the Oklahoma City Thunder to make their way to the Conference Finals as well.

The Nets hope to have Brook Lopez (knee) back for game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Dynasty: thegna4
03:29 PM - January 9, 2016. Written by thegna4



CHICAGO - Game 1 was won handily by the Brooklyn Nets, 107-92. This game was a blowout for a while in the second half until Chicago went on a run to get the deficit to as low as 7, but this one was never really in doubt.

Julius Randle led the way scoring-wise for the Nets, as he dropped 24 points and 7 rebounds. Brook Lopez and Dennis Schroder added double-doubles for Brooklyn. Lopez finished with 18 points, 10 rebounds, and 6 blocks. Schroder finished with 10 points and 15 assists.

Next up: May 6th, @Chicago (Game 2)

Brooklyn Nets (1-0) at Chicago Bulls (0-1)
May 4, 20181234Final
Brooklyn25222832107
Chicago1925173192
Top Performers
Brooklyn Nets
Lopez -18 pts, 10 reb, 6 blk
Randle - 24 pts, 7 reb
Chicago Bulls
Zeller - 19 pts
Griffin - 12 pts
Team Stats Comparison
BKNCHI
FG Made-Att48-7540-80
3PT Made-Att6-135-13
FT Made-Att5-107-12
Rebounds3927
Assists3723
Turnovers1410
Steals914
Blocks102
Brooklyn Nets
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Dennis Schroder285-110-20-021501210
Bradley Beal277-93-51-19611418
Evan Fournier278-102-40-06210218
Julius Randle2710-180-04-77312124
Brook Lopez299-110-00-010316218
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Jerami Grant92-20-00-0211004
Tim Hardaway Jr.91-30-00-0121002
Thomas Robinson92-40-00-2101014
Trey Burke82-41-20-0051015
Diamond Stone72-30-00-0101014
Chicago Bulls
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Terry Rozier245-121-10-02420211
Jonathan Simmons285-131-40-02340111
Brandon Ingram285-91-21-15430212
Blake Griffin236-130-00-23111012
Tyler Zeller227-100-05-63201119
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Austin Rivers164-110-20-0221018
Bobby Portis141-30-10-0511012
Ivan Rabb133-30-01-3321007
Allen Sessions124-62-30-02410210
Dynasty: thegna4
10:43 AM - January 9, 2016. Written by thegna4



Game 1: The Brooklyn Nets somehow found a way to beat the Boston Celtics 97-93 without their two best players: Bradley Beal and Brook Lopez. Tim Hardaway Jr. and Sam Dekker led the way with 17 and 16 points respectively. Overall, a solid team effort helped the short handed Nets.

Game 2: With Brook Lopez back, the Celtics managed to win 104-94, despite Julius Randle's 29 points and 8 rebounds. Dennis Schroder struggled all night, as he managed just 7 points on 2-8 shooting.

Game 3: The Nets blew out the Celtics in Bradley Beal's first game back, 102-84. Beal scored just 12 points, but Julius Randle once again led the way, this time with 21 points, 15 rebounds, and 4 blocks.

Game 4: The two stars for Brooklyn finally showed up as the Nets got past the Celtics easily, 114-99. Julius Randle shot just 1-8 and scored just 5 points, but was once again an animal on the boards, grabbing 21 rebounds. Brook Lopez scored 26 with 7 rebounds and 5 blocks, while Bradley Beal dropped 21 and 6 rebounds.

Game 5: The Brooklyn Nets upset the Boston Celtics 4 games to 1 with a game 5 win by the score of 118-80. Julius Randle once again put in his work, scoring 26 points, grabbing 6 rebounds, and swatting away 4 shots. But it was Dennis Schroder who was the player of the game in this one. He's struggled from the field thus far in the playoffs, but he rebounded in a nice way in this one. He scored 14 points on an efficient 5-8 shooting while dishing out 21 assists.

Next up for the Nets is a date in the second round with the 6th seed Chicago Bulls, who upset the Cleveland Cavaliers 4 games to 2 in round one. Elsewhere throughout the playoffs, the 1 seed Hawks play the 5 seed Pistons. In the West, the 1 seed Warriors play the 5 seed Timberwolves, while the 2 seed Thunder play the 6 seed Rockets.
Dynasty: thegna4
Friday, January 8, 2016
05:30 PM - January 8, 2016. Written by thegna4

End of Season Update

The Brooklyn Nets slumped their way to a 44-38 record, good for just the 7th seed in the East. They will play the Boston Celtics in the first round of the playoffs. They'll have to play the first game of the series without their two best players, Brook Lopez and Bradley Beal. Lopez is recovering from a broken finger suffered 2 weeks ago and Beal is close but not quite ready to return from a sprained right knee.

Lopez led the team in scoring and rebounding with 19.0 points per game and 10.1 rebounds per game. Dennis Schroder led the team in assists with 7.6 per game. Lopez also led the NBA in blocks per game with 2.8.

Team MVP: Brook Lopez
Unsung Hero: Dennis Schroder
Biggest Surprise: Dennis Schroder scoring
Biggest Disappointment: Evan Fournier

League MVP: Kevin Durant (OKC)
Rookie of the Year: Wesley Farmer (TOR)
6th Man: Josh Smith (WAS)
Defensive Player: DeAndre Jordan (TOR)
Most Improved: Jamal Murray (DEN)
Coach of the Year: Landon Hamilton
Dynasty: thegna4