Bob Mc-Back in Blue-Adoo

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    I enjoy watching NBA games. Not to fond of any other sports though.
    I also like to design logos and jerseys for NBA teams.
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    1. Los Angeles Stars 1969-1970
    2. San Diego Clippers 1978-1981
    3. Vancouver Grizzlies 1995-2000
    4. San Antonio Spurs 1989-2001
    5. Seattle Supersonics 1975-1994

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  1. Alright, now that the season has ended and we're a week into the playoffs. Here is the second series of my predictions for the All-NBA teams. Feel free to comment your opinions. All NBA First Team: G: Stephen Curry - Golden State Warriors G: Russell Westbrook - Oklahoma City Thunder F: LeBron James - Cleveland Cavaliers F: Kevin Durant - Oklahoma City Thunder C: Draymond Green - Golden State Warriors All NBA Second Team: G: Chris Paul - Los Angeles Clippers G: Damien Lillard - Portland Trailblazers F: Kawhi Leonard - San Antonio Spurs F: LaMarcus Aldridge - San Antonio Spurs C: DeAndre Jordan - Los Angeles Clippers All NBA Third Team: G: Kyle Lowry - Toronto Raptors G: James Harden - Houston Rockets F: Paul George - Indiana Pacers F: Paul Millsap - Atlanta Hawks C: Andre Drummond - Detroit Pistons
  2. So he made an account just to make that one post? I know I was completely and utterly dead wrong. I'm going to own up to that because I don't think I got a single thing right. No excuses really, guess I'll try better next season to get it right.
  3. My bad on the jersey choice for Paul George. Thought I'd pick those because they were new but I'll fix that mistake on the second draft. As for the Lillard over Westbrook, in the past few games Lillard's performance has outshined that of Westbrook. But when you take all stats for the season so far into account, Westbrook is has the edge. His numbers in assists, rebounds, and steals are all much higher while Lillard has a slim lead in points per game. Of course Lillard is playing great basketball and is willing a Portland team into a playoff spot when they were expected to be a lottery team. So it's a very close battle between him and Westbrook. There is a large battle among the guards after Curry. But upon second thought, Third Team might be too low for him. He may just take Lowry's spot on the Second Team. Thank you for the feedback. I appreciate it. And yes, the Warriors do play Green at center and when they run him there, they're very effective. However, when they do these lists, it is my belief they need an official center.. DeMarcus Cousins plays almost exclusively at the center position and has been the best center in the league so far while Draymond Green spends most of his time at the power forward position. So I would keep Cousins in the first team at the center position mostly for the fact that he is an official center. However, Draymond Green has been playing like an First Team player. Leading the league in assists per game for a forward and being in the top ten for assists per game in the entire league. Also to be leading the league in triple doubles. Those are some stats to marvel at. Unfortunately, being primarily a forward, he's not played well enough to dethrone Kevin Durant and LeBron James at the forward spots on the First Team. However, there is still time left in the season. Anything can happen. You brought up some great points. Thank you. I appreciate it. I'd like to encourage more people to offer feedback.
  4. With about a month and a half left in this NBA season, it's nearing the time where the best of the best are to be rewarded for their excellence by placement on an All NBA Team. Every season since 1946, the NBA has maintained the tradition of naming these teams to honor those players who played exceptionally well for their teams. Last year, the All NBA First Team featured big names such as breakout stars, Stephen Curry, Anthony Davis, and James Harden. This year however, only one of those players has maintained the level of excellence to maintain that rank of All NBA First Team. These are my predictions for this season's All NBA Teams. If you agree or disagree with my picks please leave a comment stating your opinion. Well, here they are. All NBA First Team: G: Stephen Curry - Golden State Warriors G: Russell Westbrook - Oklahoma City Thunder F: LeBron James - Cleveland Cavaliers F: Kevin Durant - Oklahoma City Thunder C: DeMarcus Cousins - Sacramento Kings All NBA Second Team: G: Chris Paul - Los Angeles Clippers G: Kyle Lowry - Toronto Raptors F: Kawhi Leonard - San Antonio Spurs F: Draymond Green - Golden State Warriors C: Andre Drummond - Detroit Pistons All NBA Third Team: G: Damien Lillard - Portland Trailblazers G: James Harden - Houston Rockets F: Paul George - Indiana Pacers F: Anthony Davis - New Orleans Pelicans C: DeAndre Jordan - Los Angeles Clippers Feedback appreciated.
  5. Sorry for the long wait without an update. I've made some slight changes to the primary logo in that the shadow is now gold and that the curved lines are now much more neat. The jerseys have been changed as well for my original designs were a little bit too dated for today's NBA. The new jerseys now feature a side detail that is somewhat similar to the Rockets' current alternate jersey. I've also added a new number font to the design. Also by request of one of the users, I've created a new secondary logo design. Here are the new designs. Primary Logo: Secondary Logo: Home Jersey: Road Jersey: Alternate Jersey: C & C appreciated!
  6. Back with some updates. I've come up with two variations of the original because I received two different opinions. The first variation is the original minus the Pistons and the second is a variation where the basketball has been removed. 1st Variation: 2nd Variation: About the uniforms, the changes I made were very slight since the Pistons do have a very classic look and I didn't want to make any drastic changes. The biggest changes are in the collars which now feature a red/white/blue color scheme which is a feature that made an appearance on their uniforms during the eighties and also the waist area features the same change. Those are really the only changes to the uniforms. C & C appreciated.
  7. Of all the team logos in the NBA, the Detroit Piston's current logo may be one of the simpler ones. It is merely the team name on a basketball which is fine for an expansion team but not for a team with as great a history as the Pistons. My concept calls upon the greatest era of the Detroit Pistons and that would be the eighties through the early nineties. Back when they were known as the "Bad Boys". The focal point of this concept is in the primary for the jerseys have only received slight changes. The primary features details from the "Bad Boys" era of the Pistons as well as a couple of pistons, the team's namesake. The secondary is simple and the only other real major design change is in the "Motor City" alternate. So, here they are. The Primary Logo: The Secondary Logo: Home Jersey: Road Jersey: Alternate Jersey: C & C appreciated!
  8. For now, the rule is the same in that a division leading team is guaranteed a spot in the top four however Adam Silver has been pushing hard for a change in the rule. So, since the rule has not yet changed here is an updated season and playoff predictions.
  9. I'm sorry if my previous statement came off as offensive, I did not mean for it to come off that way. A lot of what I said was based on facts. However, I understand that I was bias in the earlier posts and I apologize. My earlier post was not meant to be a strike against anyone though. I will try to maintain neutrality among all teams throughout the rest of the thread. I hope that there aren't any hard feelings. That is the real NBA playoff logo, they were supposed to have them appear on the courts during playoff games this past postseason but for some reason they were not used. The Warriors are going to have a hard time in the postseason as well as the rest of the elite teams in the West. Albeit they are one of the four best teams in the West, but again there is no clear cut advantage in the Western Conference because any team that comes out of it will have had to face either a healthy OKC, a San Antonio team that is as strong as they have been in a while, the Warriors who did have a great season last year, or a Clippers team that is much better than last years' team. To me, the two teams that will meet in the WCF will be the Spurs and the Clippers and there is really no telling how it will turn out. The Spurs likely have an advantage because they have more experience in the postseason than the Clippers so I may be wrong on the previous prediction. I believe that Adam Silver is planning to implement it so that playoff seeding is done strictly by record because of what happened with Portland last season. Here is a slightly updated Playoff chart.
  10. The Clippers blew a GOOD chance at making the NBA Finals last season, but I wouldn't say it was their best chance. They have fixed every problem that they had last year with the drop off on talent at small forward and on the bench. I may be a little bit bias since I am a Clippers fan, but you cannot look at their team and not see a team worthy of a Finals appearance. I think that the Spurs have an equally good chance of making the Finals, they some of the best moves in the off season and are definitely going to give the NBA a run for its money. However, when you add in a piece that completely changes the lineup of your team and you are being forced to run Tim Duncan at center without much talent to back him up. It is a high risk, high reward situation. They lost a lot of their depth this off season. I wouldn't be surprised if I saw the Spurs in the Finals, they are among the top 3 teams going into the next season. I just feel that the Clippers proved that they can beat the Spurs with last year's playoff victory. The Warriors will most likely not make the Finals this year. Last year was as lucky a run as their ever has been in the history of the NBA. Besides, the rest of the Western Conference got better while they did nothing to improve their team. If anything the departures of David Lee, a great backup PF, and Alvin Gentry, one of the league's supreme offensive coaches would serve to show that they have gotten worse this off season. Thank you for your comments and I hope that I have addressed every point that you brought to my attention.
  11. The next NBA season is just a few months away and it is sure to be a very exciting one. With key free agents like LaMarcus Aldrige, DeMarre Carrol, and Greg Monroe changing teams, there is sure to be a large difference in the standings for this year. The following are my predictions for how I think next season will go down as well as how the postseason will look. I have devised my predictions through taking into account the movement of free agents and the records that the teams had last year. So, here they are. LPPG: James Harden HOU LFG%: DeAndre Jordan LAC MVP Candidates: 1. LeBron James CLE ROTY: Jahlil Okafor PHI LAPG: Chris Paul LAC LFT%: Stephen Curry GSW 2. James Harden HOU 6MOY: Gerald Green MIA LRPG: DeAndre Jordan LAC L3Pt%: Kyle Korver ATL 3. Kevin Durant OKC DPOY: Anthony Davis NOP LSPG: Stephen Curry GSW 4. Blake Griffin LAC MIP: Lance Stephenson LAC LBPG: Anthony Davis NOP 5. LaMarcus Aldridge SAS 6. Anthony Davis NOP If anything needs explaining or if you think otherwise please feel free to leave a reply. 7. Chris Paul LAC 8. Stephen Curry GSW Now here are my predictions for the post season. 9. Kyrie Irving CLE 10. John Wall WAS If there is something that you feel needs explanation or you disagree with something, please do not hesitate to say something.