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Old 03-21-2008, 07:52 PM   #1
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Coaching Legacy of James Frizzell (CH 2K8)

Alright, I have decided to play a coaching legacy after all. It is more fun to play a coaching legacy to me and here it is!

TABLE OF CONTENTS (BY SEASON):
- 2007-2008
- 2008-2009
- 2009-2010
- 2010-2011
- 2011-2012
- 2012-2013
- 2013-2014
- 2014-2015
- 2015-2016
- 2016-2017
- 2017-2018
- 2018-2019
- 2019-2020
- 2020-2021
- 2021-2022
- 2022-2023
- 2023-2024
- 2024-2025
- 2025-2026
- 2026-2027
- 2027-2028
- 2028-2029

SETTINGS (As of December 6th, 2017)

Gameplay
Difficulty: MOP
Half Length: 20 minutes
Simulated Half Length: 20 minutes
Game Speed: 55
Player Speed: 55
Free Throw Difficulty: 75
Player Lock: Off
Real Player FT %: On
Fatigue: On
Injuries: On
Team Unity: On
Sixth Man: On
Clutch Factor: Off
Pass Icon: On
Def Player Icon: On
Inbound Def Switch: Off
Shot Stick FT: On

Rules
Charging: 100
Blocking: 100
Reaching: 65
Shooting: 60
Loose Ball: 100

Game Sliders (HUM / CPU)
Inside Range Success: 42/44
Mid Range Success: 47/48
3 Point Success: 47/48
Dunk Success: 45/46
Layup Success: 43/44
Close Shot Tendency: 50/40
Midrange Shot Tendency: 50/40
3pt Shot Tendency: 50/20
Drive Tendency: 50/100

Offensive Awareness: 0/0
Defensive Awareness: 100/100
Dunk: 50/50
Ball Handling: 45/45
Off Rebounding: 0/0
Def Rebounding: 0/0
Block: 50/50
Steal: 50/100
Speed: 51/50

Team Unity Effects: 50/50
Dunks In Traffic: 100/100
Screen Success: 30/30
Screen Strength: 30/30
Steal Success: 50/100
Help Defense: 100/100
Help Recovery: 0/0

Energy Fatigue Rate: 53/53
Energy Recover Rate: 50/50
Injury Frequency: 52/50
Injury Effects: 65/75

House Rules:

- I only play as one player on defense and do not switch mid-possession. I alternate position with each possession. Thus, one possession #1, I will play as PG, then possession #2 as SG, possession #3 as SF, possession #4 as PF, possession #5 as C, possession #6 as PG, etc....

- I tend to mostly pull back on fast breaks. It is very easy to throw a bounce pass through the defense unrealistically going towards the hoop in this game, which leads to too many layups/dunks.

- I do not use the 'B' crossover button, as I feel like this is too easy as to be cheesy. I do use the 'Y' crossover button, however. This makes a player's ball-handling rating important.

- I only do the turnaround post move once per half. I feel like it is overpowered and too easy to get easy layups and/or dunks off of it.

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Old 03-21-2008, 08:02 PM   #2
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James Frizzell Hired by Princeton!

Princeton, NJ - The Princeton Tigers have just decided on their new coach for the upcoming 2007-2008 season. The Tigers have hired an unknown by the name of James Frizzell. Frizzell, who is 25 years old, has been coaching high school basketball in North Carolina for the past few years after he graduated from West Virginia University. Frizzell is known for his three point shooting and many compare him to former West Virginia head coach and current Michigan head coach John Beilein, though Frizzell adamantly says his offense is different. "Do we both shoot a lot of threes?" he said. "Yes, but I like to go inside more and then kick the ball outside. I also utilize more dribble drives and kick the ball out to open shooters. They are similar on the box score, but different in the game."

Frizzell was very excited about the opportunity. "Princeton is an Ivy League school and I believe it is a privilege to be coaching for such a fine academic institution," he said. "I cannot wait!"

Frizzell's Coaching Ratings
Offense: C
Defense: C
Teaching: C+
Scouting: C-
Charisma: C-
Discipline: C
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Old 03-21-2008, 08:16 PM   #3
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2007-2008 Princeton Tigers Schedule

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Princeton Tigers Schedule

          2007-2008 Basketball Schedule

DATE    OPPONENT 
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2007
Nov 11  Central Connecticut
    14  Iona
    19  Hawaiian Invitational
    28  Seton Hall
Dec  1  at Rutgers
     5  at Evansville
    12  at Penn State
    16  Manhattan
    22  at Marshall
    30  at Monomouth
2008
Jan  6  at Leheigh
     9  Lafayette
    27  NJIT
Feb  1  Dartmouth*
     2  Harvard*
     8  at Cornell*
     9  at Columbia*
    12  at Penn*
    15  Yale*
    16  Brown*
    22  at Harvard*
    23  at Dartmouth*
    29  at Brown*
Mar  1  at Yale*
     7  Columbia*
     8  Cornell*
    11  Penn*
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2007-2008 Princeton Tigers Roster

Princeton, NJ - New coach of the Princeton Tigers, James Frizzell, announced the starters and his finalized rosters for the upcoming season. Coach Frizzell commented, "I feel this kids have earned the right to be on this team and I look forward to working with them and helping them improve over the course of the season."

Coach Frizzell is also only carrying 9 men on his roster this year. "I don't want guys just taking up space out there," he said. "If only 9 guys are good enough to make the team, then only 9 guys will make the team. I don't believe in filling roster spots just for the sake of filling them."

One may notice the lack of forwards and centers, being that there are only 2 forwards and 1 center in the entire lineup, and all three are starters, but Coach Frizzell is not too concerned. "Well," he said, "we play mostly for three pointers, anyways, so I am not too concerned about this. I do wish we had a little more depth, though."

Starters
PG Marcus Schroeder (63) (So.) (6'2", 185)
SG Kyle Koncz (64) (Sr.) (6'7", 200)
SF Noah Savage (65) (Sr.) (6'5", 220)
PF Michael Strittmatter (54) (Jr.) (6'8", 205)
C Zach Woolridge (55) (So.) (6'9", 215)

Bench
G Lincoln Gunn (59) (So.) (6'3", 180)
G Matt Sargeant (58) (Sr.) (6'3", 190)
G Kevin Steurer (56) (Sr.) (6'5", 200)
G Chris Petrie (53) (So.) (6'3", 190)
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Preseason Top 25

Media Poll
1. Kansas
2. North Carolina
3. Memphis
4. Michigan State
5. Louisville
6. Georgetown
7. Tennessee
8. UCLA
9. Marquette
10. Duke
11. Wisconsin
12. Kentucky
13. Oregon
14. Arizona
15. Pittsburgh
16. Texas A&M
17. Arkansas
18. Texas
19. Florida State
20. Indiana
21. Illinois
22. Clemson
23. Ohio State
24. Syracuse
25. Maryland
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Re: Coaching Legacy of James Frizzell (CH 2K8)

That is going to be a tough line-up to play with. At least your starting SG is 6'7" because he can play in the 4 or 5 for you when they are fatigued. Good luck in your first season!
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Re: Coaching Legacy of James Frizzell (CH 2K8)

How are ytou going to progressing through your season IE. simulating, playing, managing?
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Re: Coaching Legacy of James Frizzell (CH 2K8)

Alright, here is what I am going to do. I am going to run this career legacy and my West Virginia one jointly, so that I can have the both of both worlds: play with my favorite team and do a career legacy! Hope no one minds. Of course, I will be on vacation until Saturday, so there will be no updates for a while. Just thought I would let you all know!
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