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  1. 2017 NBA Offseason

    Your team not in the playoffs? This is your place.
  2. Mock Draft Jersey Swaps

    Im learning how to do jersey swaps on photoshop so i thought to practice id do my own mock draft and put the players in the uniforms that i think theyll be playing in next year. I know theyre a bit rough in places but its the first time ive tried doing this Myles Garrett Pick 1 Malik Hooker Pick 5 Reuben Foster Pick 9
  3. We've already had some trades. Here's what could be the biggest. Boogie and Casspi with their new threads:
  4. If mods want to move posts from the 2016 regular season thread into here, that's fine. OR NOT, DO WHAT YOU WANT COACHES DENVER: Adam Schefter has reported that Kubiak is potentially stepping down as the Broncos head coach. No confirmation but if he says it, it's inevitable. Says it's for health reasons, but other reports say that Elway is more to blame. SAN DIEGO: Chargers will fire Mike McCoy within a day or two; they will move to Los Angeles and rebrand. JACKSONVILLE: Jaguars fired Gus Bradley and appear to be on the fast track to hiring Tom Coughlin again, but who knows. CHICAGO: Rapaport confirms Bears won't fire John Fox and most of his staff is expected to return, including defensive coordinator Vic Fangio. NEW YAWK: Jets appear to be keeping Bowles but he'll make sweeping changes to his staff, likely including OC Chan Gailey getting canned. CLEVELAND: Browns aren't expected to make big changes (for a change!) but the coaches will apparently grovel to ownership about big changes to the personnel department in management. CINCY: Bengals will not fire Marvin Lewis (shocking!) but no extension is planned. SANTA CLARA: The 49ers fired Chip Kelly and GM Trent Balke, because that's what Browns West does. DETROIT: Apparently the Lions will fire all these bastards and go after Patriots coaches heavily if team loses division to Packers tonight. Hottest coordinators available will likely be Tom Coughlin, Kyle Shanahan, Jon Gruden, Patriots coordinators Matt Patricia & Josh McDaniels, Jim Bob Cooter Hootnanny Weiner Poop, Mike Smith, and God knows who else. FREE AGENTS, DRAFT, AND ALL THAT CRAP Tony Romo and Jimmy Garoppolo will be the veteran QBs of note shifting around the league. Eric Berry, Alshon Jeffery, some others who I don't feel like researching could hit the market and get huge money. How many QBs with late 1st round or later grades will irrationally go in the top 5 of the draft because OMG WE NEED QBS?
  5. Orlando Astros draft

    So while watching a NASA commercial, I suddenly got an idea about a team that I had been tossing around in my head for a while: the Orlando Astros. Before long, I had sketched up this logo, which would most likely be used as a secondary. EDIT: I can't show you the logo now, because my phone is deciding to act up. This is the error message Hopefully it works soon. I've tried multiple times to no avail.
  6. Big Ten in Paint

    Well All, I am having fun working the templates in Paint and PowerPoint. They are no where near professional, so I will call them "Drafts." But I will be posting up schools as I progress with my justification/descriptions.
  7. 2016 NHL Draft hockey cards

    Hello everybody, now that the NHL draft has been completed i decided to make some basic hockey cards for the players drafted. Im only going to do the 1st round, releasing 10 at a time, then I will take requests if you want any specific players or teams.
  8. NFL Draft Jersey Swaps

    Carson Wentz (Eagles) Myles Jack (Jaguars) C&C APPRECIATED REQUESTS TOO
  9. Since there's only one more day of this, let's get this offseason show on the road for those not in search of Larry O'Brien.
  10. NFL Draft Hat History?

    Just curious - does anyone know when the NFL began officially issuing it's draft picks team hats? If so, I think it'd be awesome for them to be catalogued either here or elsewhere. Fashion hats and team merchandise on the whole can be kind of a slippery slope, but the draft hats feel more official than some of the rest. 1989 - Barry Sanders - Looks like a mesh back with embroidered front script. 1990 - Jeff George, Junior Seau, Blair Thomas - Green underbills (I feel like that's a traditional feature, but am uncertain), and embroidered script is basically the same as Sanders in the above picture. 1993 - Drew Bledsoe - White border on bill and team logo seems more prominently displayed. 1998 - Peyton Manning - can't tell much about detail but maybe wool? Looks cheap/wrong size. 1998 - Charles Woodson - same year as Manning, but cap has a different shape behind it and the bill looks to have a design as well. ------------- From what I can see it looks like they may have started in 1989. If anyone has any evidence of older official team hats being worn on draft day, that'd be awesome. Better pictures of the hats themselves from the older years are hard to find.
  11. NFL Draft Picks "Posters"

    First of all, this is the 2nd concept I have posted but the first one posted was anonymous in the "Phoenix: Russell Athletic Competition Phase 3" (I was Iowa State). Clearly I wasn't the best in that competition but I got a few votes so that lead me to believe I was ready to start my own concept threads. Secondly, I didn't know what to call these so if you can think of anything else feel free to share. Lastly, thanks to Brandon Moore for showing me how to make the players like this in my request for how to make the ESPN College Football ads. On to the concept... I wanted to make something like these for the upcoming NFL draft to post on on social media as each pick was being made. So I made some of previous players drafted in the last few years to get some C&C. I'm not sure if I should add the player's position or draft year or something else. EDIT: These players listed below are all posted. 2015 Draft picks start on page 4 AJ Green (Georgia To Cincinnati) Alfred Morris (FAU To Washington) Allen Robinson (Penn St To Jacksonville) Andrew Luck (Stanford To Indianapolis) Anthony Barr (UCLA To Minnesota) Antonio Brown (Central Michigan To Pittsburgh) Bishop Sankey (Washington To Tennessee) Blake Bortles (Central Florida To Jacksonville) Bradley Roby (Ohio St To Denver) Brandin Cooks (Oregon St To New Orleans) Calvin Johnson (Georgia Tech To Detroit) Calvin Pryor (Louisville To New York[A]) Cam Newton (Auburn To Carolina) Chris Borland (Wisconsin To San Francisco) CJ Mosley (Alabama To Baltimore) Colin Kaepernick (Nevada To San Francisco) Connor Shaw (South Carolina To Cleveland [undrafted]) De’Antnony Thomas (Oregon To Kansas City) Demarco Murray (Oklahoma To Dallas) Eddie Lacy (Alabama To Green Bay) Giovani Bernard (North Carolina To Cincinnati) Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (Alabama To Green Bay) Jake Matthews (Texas A&M To Atlanta) Janoris Jenkins (Florida/North Alabama To St Louis) Jared Abbrederis (Wisconsin To Green Bay) Jarvis Landry (LSU To Miami) JJ Watt (Wisconsin To Houston) Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M To Cleveland) Jordan Matthews (Vanderbilt To Philadelphia) Julio Jones (Alabama To Atlanta) Keenan Allen (California To San Diego) Kelvin Benjamin (Florida St To Carolina) Khalil Mack (Buffalo To Oakland) Kyle Fuller (Virginia Tech To Chicago) Luke Kuechly (Boston College To Carolina) Manti Te’o (Notre Dame To San Diego) Marquise Lee (USC To Jacksonville) Mike Evans (Texas A&M To Tampa Bay) Montee Ball (Wisconsin To Denver) Nick Toon (Wisconsin To New Orleans) Odell Beckham Jr (LSU To New York[N]) Patrick Peterson (LSU To Arizona) Randall Cobb (Kentucky To Green Bay) Robert Griffin III (Baylor To Washington) Rob Gronkowski (Arizona To New England) Russell Wilson (Wisconsin To Seattle) Ryan Tannehill (Texas A&M To Miami) Sammy Watkins (Clemson To Buffalo) Seantrel Henderson (Miami To Buffalo) Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville To Minnesota) Tre Mason (Auburn To St Louis)
  12. Idea for Drafts of all sports

    I was pondering this idea for a while and I thought I'd post it here. During sports drafts, once a player is drafted by a team, that player goes up to the stage and puts on that team's jersey. What if the players wore their community club's jersey from when they were growing up and took it off to put on the drafted team's jersey. I feel like this would be a great way to demonstrate how much that player has accomplished. Thoughts?
  13. Well with 4 teams in the hunt for the No. 1 pick in 2015, the Bucs, Raiders, Jaguars, and Jets, and possibly the Falcons it's time to start a draft thread. Granted I know Free Agency hasn't occurred so i'm taking a shot in the dark at what teams need now. IMO the order will go like this: Raiders Jets Jaguars BuccaneersThe Raiders need everything, the Jets need a QB, the Jags have a solid D-Line, but the O-Line could use some help, and the Bucs need a QB and a new offensive line. If the Buccaneers drafted a QB in the 1st round, I pray they draft Marcus Mariota and not Winston. Too much problems with Winston.
  14. While on vacation last week my brother was telling me about a contingency plan that all 4 Major League Sports have in case a team was lost during their season and I found this to be very interesting. I was kinda shocked that the leagues would have a contingency plan like this in place, but it is understandable why they do and hopefully they will never have to use it. What amazed me more is that Major League Baseball would not share their contingency plan which makes me skeptical if they actually have one in place. You know the MLB seems like they are always the last to join the crowd. Here is the article I found: http://espn.go.com/gen/s/2001/0328/1163463.html National Basketball Association If a disaster occurs in which five or more players die or are dismembered, the league will hold a Disaster Draft to replace the individuals who were lost. Teams unaffected by the disaster each would be allowed to protect five players. National Football League In a "near disaster," in which fewer than 15 players are killed or lost for the season, teams would be required to play out the season but would receive priority on all waiver claims. In a "disaster," in which 15 or more players are killed or lost for the season, the commissioner decides whether the team will continue its season. If it does, the "near disaster" plan would kick in. If not, a restocking draft would take place in the offseason and the team would get the No. 1 pick in that year's NFL draft. National Hockey League If an accident occurs resulting in the death or disability of five or more active players, the club would be allowed to restock its roster by buying players from other teams using money from an indemnity insurance policy. Once the disabled club returns to a playing strength of one goalkeeper and 14 players (NHL rosters regularly have 20 active players), the Emergency Rehabilitation Draft can be enacted to finish the re-stocking process. Each club will be able to protect one goalkeeper and 10 position players and the disabled club will draft from the remaining pool of talent. Teams that lost a player in the first phase of the ERP are exempt from losing a player in the draft. Major League Baseball Major League Baseball declined to release information regarding its contingency plan.
  15. I can't seem to find the old thread we did this on, but a couple of years ago, we had a draft thread where people were able to build an all time baseball team. It was a lot of dorky fun, and I'd like to do it again, this time with a couple of rules changes. RULES We will be looking for 12-15 teams. To join the draft, you need to meet fantasy requirements (6 months, 500 posts) and be in good standing. You will be drafting a 25 man roster, so consider the time involvement. C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, LF, CF, RF, DH, C, 1B/3B, 2B/SS, 2 x OF, SP x 6, RP x 5 CHANGES FOR 2012 When selecting a player, you have to declare their spot on your team, and the team you are drafting them under. You are limited to one player per team. You can game this, obviously. Let's say you have selected Nolan Ryan as a Met, Jackie Robinson as a Dodger, and you want Mike Piazza. You can draft him as a Marlin. There is no minimum requirement for team loyalty for them to be drafted. Obviously, if a team maintains lineage, you can draft a player who played in the team's prior city. So you can draft Babe Ruth as a Brave, for example. A player needs 300 games at a position (check B-Ref) to qualify for that position. So who's in? Last time, it was team names being current or former major league or negro league teams. How about when you sign up, you choose a minor league team name, past or present, as your team?