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Old 12-28-2011, 05:20 PM   #11
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Been playing this a lot lately.
Here's updated bracket. We're at the Elite Right now, and I'm playing a few of those games now.

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Old 01-01-2012, 05:53 PM   #12
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Our retroactive Final Four is set!
Memphis will take on Syracuse, while Georgia Tech will play Illinois.
GT & Illinois' wins were by a combined 31 points, while Memphis & Syracuse's wins were by a combined 7 points.
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Old 01-05-2012, 05:36 PM   #13
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Syracuse beat Memphis 81-72, with a big performance by Hakim Warrick. Amare Stoudemire fouled out for Memphis, and Kendrick Perkins had 4 fouls.

Luke Schenscher and Chris Bosh posted double-doubles for Georgia Tech en route to their 6 point victory over Illinois. Deron Williams had 37 points for the Fighting Illini, but they lost 71-65. Dwight Howard had 5 blocks for the Yellow Jackets.

Georgia Tech - Syracuse in a NCAA Final that's going on right now.
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Old 01-05-2012, 08:08 PM   #14
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Here's your 2005 Championship Box Score
Syracuse Orange at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Apr 4, 20051ST2NDSCORE
#2 Syracuse ()285381
#1 Georgia Tech ()394483
Syracuse Orange
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
G Billy Edelin363/120/10/03142036
G Gerry McNamara3610/194/71/10820125
F Carmelo Anthony359/172/60/16720020
F Hakim Warrick3612/150/00/18010124
C Craig Forth321/10/00/4900202
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
F Josh Pace62/20/00/0000004
G Louis McCroskey20/00/00/0000000
C Darryl Watkins130/10/00/0210000
F Terrence Roberts40/00/00/0100000
F Demetrius Nichols-- DID NOT PLAY --
G Josh Wright-- DID NOT PLAY --
F Dayshawn Wright-- DID NOT PLAY --
TEAM TOTALS37/676/141/7293072581
TEAM TOTALS37/676/141/7293072581
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
G Jarrett Jack322/50/10/01102034
G BJ Elder324/72/42/32300012
F Isma'il Muhammad353/51/20/2631007
F Chris Bosh3411/130/23/48212225
C Luke Schenscher [FOULED OUT]237/120/11/17300015
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
F Dwight Howard236/110/10/16210312
G Will Bynum111/20/10/0030002
F Anthony McHenry62/20/00/1000014
F Rasean Dickey21/10/00/0000002
F Theodis Tarver-- DID NOT PLAY --
G Zam Fredrick-- DID NOT PLAY --
G Anthony Morrow20/30/10/0010000
TEAM TOTALS37/613/136/12302752983
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2005-06 Season
The following freshman (who would have gone to the NBA) stepped on campus for the first time:
G Monta Ellis - Mississippi State
F Martell Webster - Washington
F Andray Blatche - Syracuse
C Andrew Bynum - Connecticut
F Amir Johnson - Louisville
G Louis Williams - Georgia
F Gerald Green - Oklahoma State

All-Americans
1st Team

G Randy Foye - Villanova - Senior
G JJ Redick - Duke - Senior
F Lebron James - Ohio State - Senior
F Chris Bosh - Georgia Tech - Senior
F Craig Smith - Boston College - Senior

2nd Team
G Deron Williams - Illinois - Senior
G Adam Morrison - Gonzaga - Junior
F Carmelo Anthony - Syracuse - Senior
F Alando Tucker - Wisconsin - Junior
C Andrew Bogut - Utah - Junior

The NCAA Tournament got off to a roaring start with upsets right and left, with several Cinderellas in the thick of things towards the end of the second weekend. The Elite Eight Matchups came down to this:
West Virginia vs. Duke
Florida vs. Wichita State (who beat Lebron James' OSU squad in the second round)
Bradley (who knocked off 1-seeded Syracuse and ended Carmelo Anthony's illustrious college career) vs. Memphis
George Mason (who knocked off last year's champ Georgia Tech's season and ended Chris Bosh's career) vs. North Carolina

UNC beat Memphis in one semifinal, & Florida beat Duke in the other semifinal, setting up a Florida - North Carolina Championship game. North Carolina would prevail 72-63.

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Old 01-12-2012, 07:57 PM   #16
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2006-2007 Season
All-Americans
First Team
G Chris Lofton - Tennessee -Junior
F Alando Tucker - Wisconsin - Senior
F Lebron James - Ohio State - Senior
F Marvin Williams - North Carolina - Junior
C Dwight Howard - Georgia Tech - Junior

Second Team
G Acie Law IV - Texas A&M - Senior
G Adam Morrison - Gonzaga - Senior
F Jared Dudley - Boston College - Senior
F Kevin Durant - Texas - Freshman
C Andrew Bogut - Utah - Senior

Tournament Elite Eight Matchups (to be played on College Hoops 2k6, just remembered I had this game).
(2) Wisconsin vs. (4) Texas
(1) Florida vs. (3) Kansas
(1) Ohio State vs. (6) Connecticut
(1) North Carolina vs. (2) Tennessee
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Old 01-15-2012, 11:54 AM   #17
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The 2007 Final Four is set!
The Florida Gators will take on the North Carolina Tar Heels in the first game. The Gators have great depth. 4 players average double digits: Joakim Noah, Al Horford, Corey Brewer and Lee Humphrey. UNC will counter with an All-American , Marvin Williams, and JR Smith will be free to score from the wing. Sophomore Tyler Hansbrough will have to use his energy to subdue Joakim Noah of the Gators.

Ohio State will meet Texas in the other Final Four game. Lebron James caps off his illustrious college career at the Georgia Dome. The four time All-American (second team as freshman) is in the Final Four for the first time. And he is ready to end his college career on the highest note by leading a team of great Freshmen, including Mike Conley, Greg Oden & Daequan Cook. The Longhorns are led by a Freshman of their own: Kevin Durant. Like Lebron, he made the second All American team, and was third in the nation in scoring behind VMI's Reggie Williams & Wisconsin's Alando Tucker. Lamarcus Aldridge will have the tough task of guarding (and being guarded by) freshman phenom Greg Oden. Texas is the only non number one seed in the Final Four.

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Old 01-15-2012, 04:54 PM   #18
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Florida edges UNC to take the first Championship game spot!
Florida was down by 14 with 9 minutes to play, but Joakim Noah (24 points, 9 rebounds) and Lee Humphrey (22 points, 7 assists, 4-5 3 point shooting) stepped up big in the closing minutes for the Gators. The Tar Heels had three players with 20 points or more: Marvin Williams (22 points, 6 rebounds), Tyler Hansbrough (22 points, 8 rebounds, 4 blocks, 11-11 from the field), and JR Smith (20 points, 2-6 from beyond the arc). Wayne Ellington was the fourth leading scorer, with only 5 points. The final score was 83-80.

Oden vs. Durant/Lebron vs. Durant/Oden vs. Aldridge/whatever you want to call tips off soon. A huge game for both sides. See you back here when it's over!

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Ohio State beats Texas 87-78 for shot at the National Championship.
James & Aldridge scored the first 7 points for their teams. Kevin Durant had just 4 points at halftime (he finished with only 9). OSU led 21-19 midway through the first half and went on a 20-4 run (fueled by the Buckeyes' reserves), that eventually led to a 45-25 halftime lead.
OSU was up big again, 62-36 a few minutes into the second half, and Texas clawed back into the game with big play from LaMarcus Aldridge (19 points, 6 rebounds) and Mike Williams (17 points, 13 rebounds). Daniel Gibson dished out 10 assists. The Longhorns managed to get the deficit down to ten, but Thad Matta brought in Lebron James, who, in his college career has developed a knack for closing out games (he might as well wear #42, because he reminds so many of Mariano Rivera). James fed Oden (14 points, 2 rebounds, 2 blocks. He sat out lengthy periods of time with foul trouble early in the second half) a few times then took control himself. He finished with 25 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists, mirroring his regular season stats that won him the Wooden Award.

Ohio State will tip off against Florida in the Georgia Dome Tuesday night. Will Lebron finally win a championship? Find out right here.
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Old 01-17-2012, 07:27 PM   #20
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Lebron goes out in style!
A once commanding 15 point lead diminished as the second half went on, and both teams were tied at 58 with one minute remaining, In a matter of 18 second both teams had scored again, and with 25 second to play Greg Oden found Lebron James in the post for what would turn out to be the winning basket. Florida missed two shots in the final ten seconds. The Buckeyes became the National Champions with a 62-60 victory.
Joakim Noah finsihed the game as the only Gator in double figures, with 22 points and 7 rebounds. Al Horford had 6 points (the second highest on the team) and 9 rebounds. Taurean Green finished with 7 assists, and the Gators shot one three the entire game, a Walter Hodge shot from the wing that went in (Why Lee Humphrey didn't shoot at least 4 of them, I'll never know).
Lebron James finished with 21 points, 4 reboubds, 5 assists, and 5 steals. Greg Oden had 14 points, 5 rebounds, and 1 block. Mick Conley had 6 assists, but got into foul trouble late. Matt Terwilliger was the team's leading rebounder with 6.
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