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Jack Ramsay 864 wins 783 losses (.525)
Seventh-winningest coach in NBA history ... Served 20 years as NBA head coach ... Coached 1976-77 Portland Trail Blazers to victory in NBA Finals ... Elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1992.

Don Nelson 867 wins 679 losses (.575)
Sixth-winningest coach in NBA history ... Has served 20 years as NBA head coach with Milwaukee, Golden State, New York and Dallas ... Joins Pat Riley as the only coaches ever to be named Coach of the Year three times (1982-83, 1984-85 and 1991-92) ... His clubs have recorded nine 50-plus-win seasons and seven divisional championships.

John Kundla 423 wins 302 losses (.583)
Coached Minneapolis to five NBA championships in six seasons from 1948-49 through 1953-54 ... Served 11 years as NBA head coach ... His 1949-50 Minneapolis team recorded fourth-best home winning percentage in NBA history (.868/30-1) ... Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1995.

Bill Fitch 944 wins 1,106 losses (.460)
Second-winningest coach in NBA history ... 22 seasons as NBA head coach with Cleveland, Boston, Houston, New Jersey, LA Clippers... Guided Boston Celtics to victory in 1981 NBA Finals ... Coach of the Year for 1975-76 and 1979-80.

Chuck Daly 605 wins 420 losses (.590)
Fifteenth-winningest coach in NBA history ... 1998-99 is his second season as Orlando Magic coach; 14th season as NBA head coach ... Guided Detroit Pistons to victories in 1989 and 1990 NBA Finals ... His teams posted winning records in 11 of 13 campaigns ... Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1994.

Those are the leftovers from what I've seen so far.
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coltraning wrote:Greg Popovich is the best left - I thought about Sloan, but he has never won a ring. Same reason for D'Antoni...

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Popovich is one goodlooking man :mrgreen:
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migya make the ring fall on ya
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you want I should give you his number? :wink:
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coltraning wrote:you want I should give you his number? :wink:


Remember, he only takes on clean, hygienic biches... :mrgreen:

btw, you still gotta pick your MJ, Colt. What's taking you so long?. You can't possibly think Mark Jackson was better than Jordan :mrgreen:
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coltraning wrote:you want I should give you his number? :wink:




It's 80 isn't it? or is that his age (or at least what he looks like :mrgreen: )
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O.K. already...this will be a shocker to you all. I pick Adon-(scurrying intervention of basketball fans and mental health professionals)

Ahem..Michael Jordan
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 10:12 am
He's going to average 10 ppg for Popovich. Think Bruce Bowen. :mrgreen:

btw, already updated. Jaypat is on the clock now...
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TMC wrote:He's going to average 10 ppg for Popovich. Think Bruce Bowen. :mrgreen:

btw, already updated. Jaypat is on the clock now...

thanks..I seriously considered Magic, but there are a few other extraordinary PGs, and let's face it, there is still only one MJ, it was his defense that was the tipping point, speaking of Bowen. MJ was one of the top ten defenders of all time.
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coltraning wrote:thanks..I seriously considered Magic, but there are a few other extraordinary PGs, and let's face it, there is still only one MJ, it was his defense that was the tipping point, speaking of Bowen. MJ was one of the top ten defenders of all time.


You know, in this draft, I'd hate to have the first pick. Yeah, you now have Jordan... but you'll have to wait 12 more picks til your next one. There are many good players, but not so many truly great ones. The first pick it's tricky.

Oh, well. You can also count on some of us making pretty stupid picks to even things out. :wink:
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 1:06 pm
I choose Wilt Chamberlain.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 1:34 pm
wow, that means I get either magic or bird with pick #4. pretty sweet
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 2:24 pm
Or Russel.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 2:39 pm
You can have Bird or Magic. i take the big fella. "KAREEM ABDUL JABBAR".

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tHe_pEsTiLeNcE wrote:Right now we're picking coaches (in reverse order of the lottery). I hope Monty or Dave Cowens falls to #4 but that's wishful thinking

I'll shortly explain that you are drafting players based on your own criteria (whether it's the best period of dominance or the best overall career) but you are not picking a player for one season. IE you shouldn't pick Nate Archibald for his 34-11 season over a stockton who was better for his career. Young players are drafted as they have played thus far in their career, so don't draft lebron at #1 because you believe he will be the best player ever, draft him based on how good he is now.

And most importantly, you're drafting based on who you think will win the championship, so don't put Kobe at PG unless you really think he is one

Coaches:
1. TMC - Red Auerbach
2. Migya - Phil Jackson
3. xbayareawarriorx - Pat Riley
4. pest - Red Holtzman
5. Reggielewis - Lenny Wilkens
6. John Patrick - Larry Brown
7. Coltraning -Greg Popovic

Teams
Coltraning - Head Coach: Greg Popovic, Roster: MJ
Pestilence - Head Coach: Red Holtzman
Migya - Head Coach: Phil Jackson
TMC - Head Coach: Red Auerbach
Xbayareawarriorx - Head Coach: Pat Riley
Reggielewis - Head Coach: Lenny Wilkens
John Patrick - Head Coach: Larry Brown, Roster: Wilt
Draft:
1. Coltraning - MJ
2. John Patrick - Wilt
3. Reggielewis
4. Pest
5. Xbayareawarriorx
6. Migya
7. TMC
round 2
1. TMC
2. Migya
3. xbayareawarriorx
4. pest
5. Reggielewis
6. John Patrick
7. Coltraning
Round 3
1. Coltraning
2. John Patrick
3. Reggielewis
4. Pest
5. Xbayareawarriorx
6. Migya
7. TMC
Round 4
1. TMC
2. Migya
3. xbayareawarriorx
4. pest
5. Reggielewis
6. John Patrick
7. Coltraning
Round 5
1. Coltraning
2. John Patrick
3. Reggielewis
4. Pest
5. Xbayareawarriorx
6. Migya
7. TMC
Round 6
1. TMC
2. Migya
3. xbayareawarriorx
4. pest
5. Reggielewis
6. John Patrick
7. Coltraning
Round 7
1. Coltraning
2. John Patrick
3. Reggielewis
4. Pest
5. Xbayareawarriorx
6. Migya
7. TMC
Round 8
1. TMC
2. Migya
3. xbayareawarriorx
4. pest
5. Reggielewis
6. John Patrick
7. Coltraning
Round 9
1. Coltraning
2. John Patrick
3. Reggielewis
4. Pest
5. Xbayareawarriorx
6. Migya
7. TMC
Round 10
1. TMC
2. Migya
3. xbayareawarriorx
4. pest
5. Reggielewis
6. John Patrick
7. Coltraning
Round 11
1. Coltraning
2. John Patrick
3. Reggielewis
4. Pest
5. Xbayareawarriorx
6. Migya
7. TMC
Round 12
1. TMC
2. Migya
3. xbayareawarriorx
4. pest
5. Reggielewis
6. John Patrick
7. Coltraning


all right pest. I made my choice. The big fella, Kareem.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 3:21 pm
Updated. It's interesting, everybody is going for size (except MJ, who was a no-brainer) with theird first picks.
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