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Date: 03/30/2016 13:28:59
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Some interesting stats after 10 games.

Best FG% D-League Dunkers 50.9%
Best 3P% Tech Titans 43.6%
Best FT% Tumbleweeds 79.6%

Best Assists / game D-League Dunkers 30.7
Best Offensive rebounds / game Pleasant-team 16.9
Best Rebounds / game Pleasant-team 61.3

Best Block shots / game D-League Dunkers 13.2
Best Steals / game Tumbleweeds 12.3
Best Turnovers / game Da Dawgs II 7.9


Best efficiency / game D-League Dunkers 164.2 (Wooow)


Update stats after game 11 and 12. Changes marked with italics.

Best FG% Da Dawgs II 50.1%
Best 3P% Da Dawgs II 45%
Best FT% Tumbleweeds 78.8%

Best Assists / game D-League Dunkers 29.3
Best Offensive rebounds / game Pleasant-team 16.1
Best Rebounds / game D-League Dunkers 62.3

Best Block shots / game Tumbleweeds 12.4
Best Steals / game Tumbleweeds 13.4
Best Turnovers / game Da Dawgs II 8


Best efficiency / game Tumbleweeds 160.6
Best differential EFF. Da Dawgs II 131.3


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Date: 03/30/2016 13:33:38
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MVP RACE.


MVP Week 12: T. Piper (Flights&Skype) - 35 PTS, 17 TR, 4 AST, 5 STL, 2 BLK, 57 EFF

MVP Week 11: D. Ho (Tumbleweeds) - 26 PTS, 13 TR, 6 AST, 4 STL, 4 BLK, 49 EFF



MVP Week 10: C. Frigoli (Tumbleweeds) - 24 PTS, 23 TR, 0 AST, 6 STL, 1 BLK, 45 EFF

MVP Week 9: J. Sáenz (D-League Dunkers) - 20 PTS, 24 TR, 5 AST, 1 STL, 6 BLK, 48 EFF

MVP Week 8: J. Sáenz (D-League Dunkers) - 32 PTS, 14 TR, 4 AST, 2 STL, 2 BLK, 47 EFF

MVP Week 7: M. Contenti (New Orleans Jazz) - 18 PTS, 16 TR, 6 AST, 1 STL, 6 BLK, 43 EFF

MVP Week 6: F. Corrao (Da Dawgs II) and K. Siwiec (Da Dawgs II) - Both 39 EFF

MVP Week 5: R. Head (D-League Dunkers) and F. Corrao (Da Dawgs II) - Both 42 EFF

MVP Week 4: I. Vaqueiro (D-League Dunkers) 38 PTS, 5 TR, 9 AST, 2 STL, 2 BLK, 51 EFF

MVP Week 3: A. Palmas (Chicago White Tigers) 13 PTS, 22 TR, 4 AST, 2 STL, 6 BLK, 41 EFF

MVP Week 2: B. Blaszka (Tumbleweeds) 34 PTS, 7 TR, 6 AST, 2 STL, 1 BLK,45 EFF

MVP Week 1: G. Paris (Pleasant-Team) 22 PTS, 23 TR, 1 AST, 6 STL, 3 BLK, 35 EFF



Last edited by Ctrl+V at 03/30/2016 13:34:20

From: Valmion

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Date: 03/30/2016 19:35:19
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Like what I am seeing in the stats, but as I said late last year, I felt I was two seasons away from being a contender. The team is coming along nice now, you guys have taught me much.


From: Maylong
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Date: 04/23/2016 18:21:37
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Its been a little quiet. With 5 games remaining, here's how the stats look. Good luck to all as we finish up this season.
And let's go Tech. You're the only one not in the playoffs that i picked to get in. :-p


Season 34 : Performances (by http://www.buzzer-manager.com)

Best collective performance of the season
Points : 1984 : Tumbleweeds
Rebounds : 1057 : Pleasant-Team
Assists : 472 : Tumbleweeds
Steals : 266 : Tumbleweeds
Block Shots : 198 : D-League Dunkers

Personal best performances of the season
Points : 49 : D. Gréco (Tech Titans)
Rebounds : 27 : R. Head (D-League Dunkers)
Assists : 15 : E. Walton (The Huskies)
Steals : 10 : M. Kinsey (Tumbleweeds)
Block Shots : 7 : S. Leavitt (D-League Dunkers), C. Cerda (Tech Titans), T. Herrington (Tumbleweeds), D. Siemko (Pleasant-Team)

Top 5 of the season
Point Guard : G. Daddario (Da Dawgs II) (21.4 Points, 3.2 Rebounds, 4.6 Assists, 2.3 Steals, 0.7 Block Shots) : Efficiency : 21.1
Shooting Guard : D. Gréco (Tech Titans) (28.4 Points, 4.2 Rebounds, 5.5 Assists, 1.3 Steals, 0.5 Block Shots) : Efficiency : 22.5
Small Forward : B. Blaszka (Tumbleweeds) (18.1 Points, 4.4 Rebounds, 4.1 Assists, 3.3 Steals, 1.4 Block Shots) : Efficiency : 20.7
Power Forward : A. Palmas (Chicago White Tigers) (16.7 Points, 13.8 Rebounds, 2.9 Assists, 1.1 Steals, 2.2 Block Shots) : Efficiency : 30.5
Center : C. Frigoli (Tumbleweeds) (19.4 Points, 15.7 Rebounds, 0.9 Assists, 1.9 Steals, 1.7 Block Shots) : Efficiency : 32.2

MVP of the season
C. Frigoli (Tumbleweeds) (19.4 Points, 15.7 Rebounds, 0.9 Assists, 1.9 Steals, 1.7 Block Shots) : Efficiency : 32.2

The bad performance of the season
E. Mullins (czhs 14) (5 Points, 2 Rebounds, 0 Assists, 1 Steals, 0 Block Shots)C. Gilliland (Viking Hoosiers) (2 Points, 0 Rebounds, 1 Assists, 0 Steals, 0 Block Shots) : Efficiency : -14

Triple-Double of the season
M. Contenti (New Orleans Jazz) (24 Points, 13 Rebounds, 10 Assists, 1 Steals, 3 Block Shots), H. Plummer (czhs 14) (17 Points, 12 Rebounds, 10 Assists, 3 Steals, 0 Block Shots), C. Nguyen (Viking Hoosiers) (27 Points, 10 Rebounds, 10 Assists, 0 Steals, 2 Block Shots), E. Dotson (Pleasant-Team) (16 Points, 16 Rebounds, 10 Assists, 4 Steals, 4 Block Shots)

All kinds of statistics
The player who forgot to remove his mittens during the season : M. Guilla (Atlanta Gladiators) : 62 Turnovers

Player targeted by the referees during the season : M. Bain (Atlanta Gladiators) : 65 Personnal Fouls

The iron-man of the season : M. Guilla (Atlanta Gladiators) : 706 Minutes

The shooter of the season : D. Gréco (Tech Titans) : 76 Three points

The best performer of the season : R. Head (D-League Dunkers), R. Head (D-League Dunkers), R. Head (D-League Dunkers) : Rating : 18.0

The worst performer of the season : E. Daniels (czhs 14), J. Singer (Viking Hoosiers), T. Kerr (Viking Hoosiers) : Rating : 1.0


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Date: 04/25/2016 23:00:31
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Man maybe next season I'll have my trainees better...giving them minutes has lost me a few games. Btw, thx for this info..I tried getting onto the buzzer management or the training simulator and I don't know my alias or key names...if u know how I can get this it would be awesome. Especially the training sim I hear is a great tool. Good luck in the playoffs. Pleasant is pure and simple a bad ass team as well as the Dawgs. Should be interesting watching those 2 battle for the semi.

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Date: 04/26/2016 20:28:40
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Man maybe next season I'll have my trainees better...giving them minutes has lost me a few games. Btw, thx for this info..I tried getting onto the buzzer management or the training simulator and I don't know my alias or key names...if u know how I can get this it would be awesome. Especially the training sim I hear is a great tool. Good luck in the playoffs. Pleasant is pure and simple a bad ass team as well as the Dawgs. Should be interesting watching those 2 battle for the semi.


First... Go to "Preferences" -- "Create / Change acces key"

Then go to http://www.buzzer-manager.com Fill BB login with your "Team name" and fill BB key with you new "Acces Key"

;-) Enjoy.



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Date: 04/27/2016 07:23:36
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Thank ya....I was trying all kinds of stuff haha.

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Date: 05/09/2016 11:30:33
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JUST CURIOUS how many of you guys have players that are over 100 tsp?? I had one a couple of seasons ago who had a score of 102 but he was 37 and dropped off a few points before season ended. Got some good money for him. I'm just curious if any of ya have a beast like that.

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Date: 05/10/2016 22:10:57
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I don't think 100 is too hard to get if you put some effort into it.

I trained Rumahpasal over 100, and Head to 110+. I could have trained them more, but I usually stop at age 25, as it just get so slow. Leavitt is at 99, and I haven't trained him much all season. I'll get him there next season.

I'll be glad to help with any questions you have. Not that I'm some expert or anything. Nothing beats succeeding with players you trained yourself.

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Date: 05/10/2016 22:42:04
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Maylong, thx. Wow that's pretty good. I just started getting serious with trainees the past couple of seasons. 2 18yo, and 1 20 yo are my primary trainees so its kinda fun developing players into beasts lol. I bet it's a long process to get players from 60s up to 100 and over...Hopefully in the next few seasons atleast 2 I'm training now will get there.

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Date: 05/10/2016 22:45:41
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Here's the finished season stats. Good luck to everyone still in the playoffs.

Season 34 : Performances (by http://www.buzzer-manager.com)

Best collective performance of the season
Points : 2485 : Tumbleweeds
Rebounds : 1317 : Pleasant-Team
Assists : 596 : D-League Dunkers
Steals : 332 : Tumbleweeds
Block Shots : 259 : D-League Dunkers

Personal best performances of the season
Points : 49 : D. Gréco (Tech Titans)
Rebounds : 27 : R. Head (D-League Dunkers)
Assists : 15 : E. Walton (The Huskies)
Steals : 10 : M. Kinsey (Tumbleweeds), B. Blaszka (Tumbleweeds)
Block Shots : 7 : S. Leavitt (D-League Dunkers), C. Cerda (Tech Titans), T. Herrington (Tumbleweeds), D. Siemko (Pleasant-Team), M. Bain (Atlanta Gladiators)

Top 5 of the season
Point Guard : I. Vaqueiro (D-League Dunkers) (18.1 Points, 4.8 Rebounds, 4.2 Assists, 1.8 Steals, 0.9 Block Shots) : Efficiency : 21.2
Shooting Guard : D. Gréco (Tech Titans) (27.5 Points, 4 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 1.3 Steals, 0.7 Block Shots) : Efficiency : 22.3
Small Forward : B. Blaszka (Tumbleweeds) (19.4 Points, 4.7 Rebounds, 4.2 Assists, 3.6 Steals, 1.3 Block Shots) : Efficiency : 21.8
Power Forward : A. Palmas (Chicago White Tigers) (18.1 Points, 14.2 Rebounds, 3.1 Assists, 0.9 Steals, 2.4 Block Shots) : Efficiency : 32.4
Center : C. Frigoli (Tumbleweeds) (19.4 Points, 14.9 Rebounds, 0.8 Assists, 1.8 Steals, 1.5 Block Shots) : Efficiency : 30.9

MVP of the season
A. Palmas (Chicago White Tigers) (18.1 Points, 14.2 Rebounds, 3.1 Assists, 0.9 Steals, 2.4 Block Shots) : Efficiency : 32.4

The bad performance of the season
L. Chaney (Paragraphs) (7 Points, 4 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 1 Steals, 2 Block Shots) : Efficiency : -18

Triple-Double of the season
M. Contenti (New Orleans Jazz) (24 Points, 13 Rebounds, 10 Assists, 1 Steals, 3 Block Shots), J. Garland (New Orleans Jazz) (11 Points, 10 Rebounds, 11 Assists, 2 Steals, 0 Block Shots), R. Arrechea (Chicago White Tigers) (14 Points, 21 Rebounds, 11 Assists, 4 Steals, 1 Block Shots), H. Plummer (czhs 14) (17 Points, 12 Rebounds, 10 Assists, 3 Steals, 0 Block Shots), B. Blaszka (Tumbleweeds) (22 Points, 10 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 10 Steals, 0 Block Shots), C. Nguyen (Viking Hoosiers) (27 Points, 10 Rebounds, 10 Assists, 0 Steals, 2 Block Shots), E. Dotson (Pleasant-Team) (16 Points, 16 Rebounds, 10 Assists, 4 Steals, 4 Block Shots)

All kinds of statistics
The player who forgot to remove his mittens during the season : M. Guilla (Atlanta Gladiators) : 92 Turnovers

Player targeted by the referees during the season : M. Bain (Atlanta Gladiators) : 87 Personnal Fouls

The iron-man of the season : M. Guilla (Atlanta Gladiators) : 945 Minutes

The shooter of the season : D. Gréco (Tech Titans) : 95 Three points

The best performer of the season : R. Head (D-League Dunkers), R. Head (D-League Dunkers), R. Head (D-League Dunkers) : Rating : 18.0

The worst performer of the season : E. Daniels (czhs 14), S. Lund (Phoenix Ignite), J. Singer (Viking Hoosiers), T. Kerr (Viking Hoosiers) : Rating : 1.0


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