First off, big thanks to all those participating in the Lakers Post-Season Prediction Fantasy League. Don’t forget the that winner gets a special prize from the sponsor of “EJ’s Neat-O Stat of the Night.”
Still seems like nobody realizes that they can post predictions for the games previewed by varsityoptimism.
Updated Standings (current as of Mitch holding aloft the Western Conference Championship Trophy) –
There’s been a lead change!
1. LakersAllDay: 38.4
2. Machinehead18: 37.7
3. BringDFishBack: 27.3
4. SiKWiDIt: 15
5. Lakerfan4life: 14 (I’m assuming you’re the same person as lakrfan4life, right?)
6. The Mamba: 13.8
7. K0be08-09: 11.2
Everyone else is pretty much out of the running at this point, so to make things a little easier for me I will only be recording the predictions of the above 8 people who have a realistic chance of finishing in the Top 5.
To the rest of you, thank you so much for participating in this prediction challenge! Any feedback is most appreciated.
Feel free to keep posting predictions, if only to sharpen your skills for next year.
Questions and Comments –
Question: So if some1’s stats are 10/20/0 do they win the triple double over someone who is 9/9/9?
Answer: No, because the player A is short 10 stats while player B is only short 3.
Quick note for those who were wondering, in Game 2 Kobe had a 22/5/5 while Gasol had a 10/7/3. Under my system of determining who is closest to a triple double, they are tied. I hadn’t thought of that happening before so if you guessed either one of those guys you got the full two points. If we do this next year I’ll address that.
Ugh! I feel like John Hollinger…