karmew32

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  1. 2002 Lakers. Had neither a GOAT regular season (2000) or postseason (2001). Lucked out against a better team (Kings) and prevented team basketball from taking over the NBA.
  2. I quickly knew that this was one of those games that just about any neutral fan would have considered great. Because it certainly was very exciting. However, I was not a neutral fan. This is the second most tragic loss in sports history. The worst is the 2002 NBA WCF, Gaqme 7, a game the Kings would win 99 out of 100 times. That Kings team was the best to not win a title, and that Lakers team was the worst to win a title.
  3. Umm, what? The Kings won 61 games that season. A great season, but far from historic. They started 19-9, then Webber returned from injury and they went 41-10 after that (in their 1-2 finish they rested their starters). Then they went 7-2 in the next 2 series and should've beaten the Lakers in 5 then swept the Nets, so they were really 56-13, or 67-15 stretched over a full season. Okay, but that 41-10 record there? The Bulls went 72-10, over the entire season, and not just a favorably selected portion of it. And then they went 11-1 in the playoffs, so they were really 83-11 over the course of the full season. Like I said, not even remotely close. The Heat went 66-16 this past season, with a quasi-historic streak, and not even the most arden LeBron nut-hangers would claim that team should be mentioned among all-time greats. The 2013 Heat are up there too. And the 1992 and 1997 Bulls, 1972 and 1987 Lakers, 1989 Pistons, 1967 and 1983 76ers, 1999 Spurs, and 2008 Celtics. The Kings would be up there with the best of the best if they had won the NBA title.
  4. Umm, what? The Kings won 61 games that season. A great season, but far from historic. They started 19-9, then Webber returned from injury and they went 41-10 after that (in their 1-2 finish they rested their starters). Then they went 7-2 in the next 2 series and should've beaten the Lakers in 5 then swept the Nets, so they were really 56-13, or 67-15 stretched over a full season.
  5. 2002 Lakers, 2011 NY Giants, 2011 Alabama football. and 2011 Cardinals, simply for being given championships they didn't deserve. In the Lakers case, they were gift-wrapped what was essentially the NBA Finals against a team that if they had won would've been mentioned in the same breath as the 1996 Bulls and 1986 Celtics. 1998 Falcons would be up there too if they beat the Broncos in the Super Bowl; they robbed the Vikings of glory.
  6. Vikings over Packers Redskins over Seahawks Bengals over Texans Colts over Ravens Falcons over Vikings 49ers over Redskins Bengals over Broncos Colts over Patriots Falcons over 49ers Bengals over Colts Falcons over Colts Super Bowl MVP: Matt Ryan. BONUS PREDICTION: Roger Goodell is booed as he presents the trophy to Matt Ryan.
  7. If each team had actual history, how you have evolved the jerseys could be how the teams have changed jerseys in their history. For example, the Conquistadors could have changed their set from the set with "Conquistadors" on the road jersey and red accents, to the set with "San Jose" on the road jersey and without red accents. I have seen some logos in the back of your photobucket album that would make a nice "throwback" jersey, such as this one: http://s393.photobucket.com/albums/pp19/gregoryhahn83/?action=view&current=claws.gif There was also a red and blue Mobsters logo, but it appears to have been deleted.
  8. 2002 Sacramento Kings. Proved that sometimes you lose even when you play better throughout the series. The better team almost won that year.
  9. The remaining teams IMO should be in Nashville, Providence, Des Moines (Iowa), and Arkansas (Little Rock).
  10. Tim Tebow: http://extras.mnginteractive.com/live/media/site36/2010/0605/20100605__20100606_C03_SP06PAIGE~p2.JPG
  11. Week 1: Packers 38 Saints 34 Steelers 15 Ravens 12 Bears 27 Falcons 20 Browns 27 Bengals 14 Texans 34 Colts 17 Titans 24 Jaguars 20 Chiefs 31 Bills 10 Eagles 38 Rams 17 Buccaneers 20 Lions 17 (OT) Cardinals 30 Panthers 21 Chargers 33 Vikings 27 49ers 20 Seahawks 6 Giants 34 Redskins 21 Jets 34 Cowboys 30 Patriots 42 Dolphins 17 Broncos 24 Raiders 20
  12. Someone has jumped on the Falcons bandwagon.
  13. Thanks! I tried to PM you, but it didnt work like you said. I dont do this for a living actually, just a hobby as of late. I appreciate your offer but Im going to have to decline. Im sure if you want, you could contact others from this site and somebody would be happy to help you out. I may make a Las Vegas alt. I guess they could use it. On Manhattan I do have the city (borough) on the away and mascot on alt. Ive been told that's the way to do it (like I did on the Owls). Ive considered Little Rock (they have a nice arena) but Im not sure about it. Id name them after the state if I did use Little Rock. I do have a question for you and others and Im not trying to be a smarta$$, Im kind of serious just based on comments I see on these boards all the time. These comments dont come across as suggestions, but rather manditory things that 'need' to be. So here's my question that Ive kind of been wondering for some time... Are there actually "rules" to making jerseys that jersey designs need to follow (for example - placement of wordmarks, etc)? I know there are trends, but rules? I'm so sorry my coments insulted you. I was just making some suggestions. I love all of these concepts and I think they are amazing. I've noticed that they are allegories to actual NBA teams (Fire=Heat, Outlaws=Sonics, etc), kind of like what robbman21 did for his Alternate Universe concepts. The Stampede jerseys are perfect, no changes to the 2 needed. There are no rules to jersey making. Remember what the NBA teams did in the 90s? That was actually in real life.
  14. Going back, I feel the Las Vegas Aces really need a gold VEGAS alt, because the VEGAS wordmark is only seen on the pants of the regular jerseys, and nowhere else. Also, the road and alt scripts for the Mobsters should be switched. My personal favorite set is the Jacksonville Hammerheads. P.S. There should be a team in the Verizon Arena in North Little Rock, Arkansas.