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#1 Draztik



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Posted May 08, 2013 - 12:50 PM


C Ben Wallace (2001-2002)
PF Karl Malone (1996-1997)
SF Glen Rice (1996-1997)
SG Michael Cooper (1986-1987)
PG John Stockton (1991-1992)


C Artis Gilmore (1971-1972)
PF Charles Oakley (1993-1994)
SF Dale Ellis (1988-1989)  Klay Thompson (2012-2013)
SG David Thompson (1977-1978) Eddie Jones (1999-2000)
PG Pete Maravich (1977-1978)


We will run a pick & roll offense with Stockton and Malone while Coop will run when the opportunity arises. Coop will also be our lockdown defender. Glen will be our spread the floor guy who also isn't afraid to create his own shot if the offense does stall. 


Big Ben is there strictly to lockdown the paint and grab offensive and defensive boards.


Oakley and Gilmore will take turns at the C mostly with some PF time. We'll use Ellis in the same way as Glen Rice, same with Klay.


David Thompson will come in for Coop or with him to help on D as well with Eddie Jones playing some point for defensive purposes as well as a guy that can create his shot.


When Pistol is in it's Run Run Run.... Soon as the shot goes up Ben, Gilmore, Oakley will look for boards while our wings will leak out looking for the fastbreak.

Edited by Draztik, May 22, 2013 - 03:21 PM.

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#2 Klewfish


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Posted May 25, 2013 - 03:40 AM

Just wanted to comment that the year used for Artis Gilmore was from the ABA. He didn't play in the NBA until 1966-67.
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