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 1 
 on: November 16, 2019, 07:52:36 PM 
Started by WizardsGM - Last post by RocketsGM
+5 Shooting

 2 
 on: November 16, 2019, 06:27:10 PM 
Started by WizardsGM - Last post by ThunderGM
10 sht

 3 
 on: November 16, 2019, 04:13:27 PM 
Started by WizardsGM - Last post by Spurs GM
-5 Hnd please

 4 
 on: November 16, 2019, 03:03:53 PM 
Started by WizardsGM - Last post by BlazersGM Dave
This needs to be done by 10 Eastern Sunday.

 5 
 on: November 16, 2019, 07:28:16 AM 
Started by WizardsGM - Last post by MagicGM
-5 scouting current -5 scouting future

 6 
 on: November 16, 2019, 07:11:47 AM 
Started by WizardsGM - Last post by ClippersGM
+10 to Shooting please

 7 
 on: November 16, 2019, 07:05:49 AM 
Started by LakersGM - Last post by Heatgm
Lakers Send:
Jose Goodwin
Miguel Barrichello
69 TBD

Heat Send:
Charlie Nelson

No TPE

Heat accept and cut both Goodwin/Barrichello


 8 
 on: November 16, 2019, 04:00:20 AM 
Started by LakersGM - Last post by LakersGM
Lakers Send:
Jose Goodwin
Miguel Barrichello
69 TBD

Heat Send:
Charlie Nelson

No TPE

 9 
 on: November 16, 2019, 01:55:41 AM 
Started by HawksGM - Last post by HawksGM
Welcome to the 2099-2100 GMs Choice Awards Announcements. Before I get into it, I've got to say that the program's season awards not that bad this year!!

GM OF THE YEAR
This year, the voting for GM of the Year had a couple different narratives. The first one, obviously is Zach KingsGM's incredible statistics website for our RBSL league. A stats website for a fake league full of fake players full of fake GMs. A crazy amount of depth eh? That website is a huge step forward for the RBSL and no doubt, an immense help to all of us. So on behalf of the league Zach, I thank you. With that said, Zach unfortunately did not garner enough GM of the Year votes because of his team's lackluster performance, but perhaps he'll win a Simmy for his masterpiece. Another contender for GM of the Year this past season was Dave, BlazersGM. His Blazers team pushed to 45 wins, with the incredible unlocking of James Jones. But who did the GMs end up voting for as the winner? Doc, ClippersGM! From taking a risk of giving up assets for John Barber (giving assets for someone over 30? My god! The blasphemy!! /s ), developing Coward into a top 3 PF/C, letting James Miller roam free, Doc put together a superb team that challenged the Thunder in the playoffs. Congrats!


MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
This year, the race for MVP did indeed become another two man race of DeAndre Ayton and Qian Guo. The former put up 33.1p/11.4r/2.9a with 1.6 blocks on superb efficiency, a 6ppg jump from the year previous. Qian Guo put up 30.6p/6.4r/6.2a with 2.1 stocks also on superb efficiency. Both players led their teams to 67 wins. Both players met each other in the finals. But who took the MVP? Qian Guo! Who also took the ring.  :) :)  :)  :)


DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
The DPoY race was one sided, as it has been the past few years. The winner? Ostrich Luba! Just fantastic. Lube increased his blocks per game from 3.8 to 4.3 in less minutes, had his best defensive efficiency as a Timberwolf, and although he was unable to lead his team to the finals, he truly was a defensive phenom as usual. Luba is now a 4x rebound leader, 2x blocks leader, 1x program DPoY but many times a GM's Choice DPoY, and will surely surely have his jersey retired and inducted into the Hall of Fame.


SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR
Wow this one was insanely close. The first contender was Toby Bowman on the Washington Wizards, who put up 16.7p/6.4r/2.4a with 1.8 steals off the bench on a contender. Next up, was Antwan Winslow who I found out very late into the season that he was coming off the bench all season and the playoffs; he put up 18.4p/9.9r with 0.9 blocks providing superb rebounding and defensive to ease off the defensive and rebounding pressure on Lovro Birsa. Finally, the third contender for the award was Rob Rodriguez who put up 12.2p/4.2r/3.1a in the regular season but absolutely feasted in the playoffs by putting up 22.7p/6.6r/6.1a. So who won? Toby Bowman! Oh man this one was super close! Bowman definitely got the best of both worlds in terms of award clout because he was on a 63 win team and also stepped up in the playoffs. Bowman, who some would describe has had a slow start to his career considering his blue/blue colour, really shined when he was given a larger focus and will be very fun to watch in the next few years. Congrats.


MOST IMPROVED PLAYER
Man I just gotta jump right into this one. The winner of the Most Improved Player award according to the GMs is James Jones! God damn, this guy popped off. James Jones this season put up 24.4p/5.5r/1.9a on 57.6 shooting. WHAT! Putting a 6foot5 player at power forward with bad defense can be a suicidal move, but not for Dave and JJ here. JJ's athletics with his inside scoring was absolutely phenomenal and at one point he was also putting up close to 28ppg. He helped lead the Trailblazers from under 500 to a 45 win season, and despite the early playoff exit he absolutely was the most improved player this season and will continue to dominate moving forward. Congrats.


ALL-RBSL TEAMS

1st Team
C- DeAndre Ayton
F- Lovro Birsa
F- Grady Wilson
G- Qian Guo
G- Bobby Hield

2nd Team
C- Oldrich Luba
F- Christopher Coward
F- James Bloomfield
G- Frankie Lenz
G- Jamie White

3rd Team
C- Wilfred Tello
F- James Jones
F- Stavros Antetokounmpo
G- Roosevelt Montenegro
G- Thomas Lovelady

And those are the All-RBSL teams. Thank you all for voting! (18GMs)

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 on: November 15, 2019, 09:08:20 PM 
Started by ClippersGM - Last post by BlazersGM Dave
Hornets and Clippers pay 950 each.

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