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Old 04-14-2013, 01:08 AM   #345
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Alright. I've completely finished a couple of teams. The example teams I'll be using are the Hawks, Clippers, Bulls, and Kings. Hawks, Clippers, and Bulls because they all have faceup PF's (Blake, Smith, and Boozer) and the Kings because they have a faceup center in Demarcus Cousins.

The first game will be Clippers vs Hawks. It'll only be 5 minute qtrs because 12 minutes is too long IMO. Unless ya'll want me to do 12 mins? Yay or Nay?
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Old 04-14-2013, 01:11 AM   #346
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Alright. I've completely finished a couple of teams. The example teams I'll be using are the Hawks, Clippers, Bulls, and Kings. Hawks, Clippers, and Bulls because they all have faceup PF's (Blake, Smith, and Boozer) and the Kings because they have a faceup center in Demarcus Cousins.

The first game will be Clippers vs Hawks. It'll only be 5 minute qtrs because 12 minutes is too long IMO. Unless ya'll want me to do 12 mins? Yay or Nay?
If you're justing watching to see how those players react 5 mins is fine you may want to turn fatigue off though.

12 mins just gives a bigger sample to watch.
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On Ball D, to account for hand checking.

No max for offense, I am just speculating that since I do not often see post players dominate as much as I think they should, perhaps shifting the scale for Low Post D lower and slightly raising Low Post Off. would lead to more dominate post play from players like Ewing, Shaq, etc.

I have not tested this at all, just liked the idea and will look into its merits at some point in the future.
Ah I see.

I personally don't think you should do that. With handles higher than on ball d you will still get incredibly physical play. The reason why handles should be higher is to allow less skilled guards to get into the lane (so that they can be blocked or stripped).

Most importantly this cuts down on the ugly points in the paint where a player will attempt to drive in but is stopped; he still draws some help defense and because the ballhandler was not able to get inside one of his unguarded teammates cuts to the basket and gets an easy (cheap) lay up. I feel very cheated everytime that happens which is way too much.
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If you're justing watching to see how those players react 5 mins is fine you may want to turn fatigue off though.

12 mins just gives a bigger sample to watch.
Does the difficulty matter in how the CPU acts? I currently have it on hall of fame. Should it be put on Pro or All-Star?

Anyone is welcome to chime in on this before I start.
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Old 04-14-2013, 01:20 AM   #349
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Does the difficulty matter in how the CPU acts? I currently have it on hall of fame. Should it be put on Pro or All-Star?

Anyone is welcome to chime in on this before I start.
SLIMM has me somewhat convinced that the difficulty boost manifest itself in needless aggression. Often times going against the tendencies of the player. I plan on switching back to pro.
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Qpc123, I think you're on to something with upping low post offense because I don't see drop steps utilized effectively enough. And because a drop step often leads to a lay up animation I have no problem giving the likes of DeShawn Blair a high Post offensive rating and then watching his weak **** get tossed by Chandler.
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First game Hawks vs Bulls starting now.

First play of the game was a pass to a cutting Joakim Noah who got fouled.

Second play of the game was a pass to Josh Smith in the low post against Boozer (took an ill advised post fadeaway which clanked).

After the rebound the Bulls had a mismatch when they managed to get Boozer matched up on Teague on the elbow. Boozer bullied him and did a post drive into the paint. Easy 2 points.

Right back down the court the Hawks ran a pindown for Josh Smith along the baseline. Joakim couldn't recover and Josh Smith with no hesitation shot the mid-range as Noah scrambled to contest. 2 points.

Next play down court the Bulls run a play and Joakim threw a beautiful crosscourt pass to a wide open Rip Hamilton. 3 points.

Hawks answered by running a pick and roll with Stevenson bringing up the ball. This ended up with Boozer on Smith in an isolation. Stevenson foolishly brung his man over and Smith had no room to operate. I did see a terrible instance of the "wall" as Smith was running into Boozer (with no animations triggering) for a solid 5 seconds as Smith was trying to dribble past him. End result was a clanked contested stepback mid-range.

Next play down the court the Bulls tried in vain to drive into the paint after great team defense by the Hawks and Stevenson managed to lock up Richard Hamilton from doing anything. Unfortunately Hamilton managed to find a cutting Noah and Noah manged to make a contested layup. Score at this point Bulls 10 Hawks 2.

Next trip down the court the Hawks run a beatiful double screen for Teague who manages to find a wide open Korver in the corner. Deng makes a beautiful closeout however and Korver clanks it.

Bulls come down the court and try to get the ball to Noah in the post. Horford pulls the chair on him and the Bulls manage to recover the loose ball. They swing the ball around and the Hakws rotate to perfection. They end up settling for a contested Hamilton 3. He misses.

On the ensuing rebound the Teague finds himself guarded by Noah on the perimeter and he tries to pass it to Horford but Hinrich plays great defense and tips the ball. Deng picks it up and runs a beautiful fast break that ends with a pass to Noah under the hoop for the slam. 2 points. Hawks push the ball to midcourt then call a TO in response, hoping to stop the Bulls momentum.

Terrible possession by the Hawks after the timeout. They run a double off-ball screen for Korver but Korver, fearing the closeout, passes up the wide open shot to give it to Horford on the perimeter. Horford swings it back across the court to Teague who gives it up to Smith who settles for a contested 3 pointer.

Back down the court Hinrich brings the ball up and tries to rush a pass to the cutting Bellinelli. Teague anticipates this and cuts off the pass. Korver picks it up and hands it back to Teague who takes off for the 3 on 1 fastbreak of him, Josh Smith and Devin Harris. Josh Smith boxes out Deng as Teague goes to lay it up. Hinrich tries to swat it from behind but Teague dumps the ball off to Smith who jams it in for the easy bucket as Deng was unwilling to foul. 2 points.

After that last score the Bulls bring the ball up the court and gets a play initiated. Hinrich hands the ball off to Bellinelli, but the Bellinelli shoots a contested fadeaway 3 pointer! Josh Smith rebounds the airball and the Hawks are off on the fastbreak. In a crazy sequence of events neither team scores as Horford is stripped by Noah who outlets it to Deng who blows the contested layup then Harris gets the rebound who passes it to Korver who misses the wide open midrange on the fastbreak the other way. Just all kinds of sloppy play going on. The Bulls find Noah in the post on Teague but this time the Hawks wisely double and he passes it back out to Hinrich. Teague managed to close out and as the shot clock is winding down Hincrich tries to iso and takes a contested mid-range jumper. It clanks. Neither team ends up scoring in the final minute and the score after the 1st quarter is 12 -4 Bulls winning.

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Old 04-14-2013, 02:01 AM   #352
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Damn do you have your driving contact turned up?

Ugh no bueno.

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