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From: WFU03

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Date: 08/03/2007 14:03:05
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OK, another training has come and gone. Anyone notice anything interesting?

I trained Inside Defense and, as expected, it increased Inside Defense. Any new guesses on speeds?

From: bull7

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Date: 08/03/2007 19:43:08
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Does anyone know how long it takes for Jump shooting for Small and Power Forwards? Does it also depend on how many players I have at these positions?

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It doesn't matter how many you have at a position as long as you get them enough minutes at that position.

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From: WFU03

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Date: 08/03/2007 20:39:43
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If it's not on the chart yet, nobody really has a clue. I'm putting even educated guesses on the chart.

So, if you have any info, please post it!

From: raonne

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Does anyone know how long it takes for Jump shooting for Small and Power Forwards?


This is a good question, about Training Jump Shot on Forwards. Could be the same time as on the Guards, since both are training 2 positions, but maybe takes a bit more time, because guards are usually better at Jump Shooting.

Edited 8/3/2007 9:11:59 PM by GM-Raonne

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Date: 08/04/2007 04:34:01
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ah come on domenico.. I can make a list with one million names of guards that are great shooters.

In fact, in any decent team any guard HAS TO be an excellent shooter. We cannot say the same about Power Forwards.

That's the reality.

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Date: 08/04/2007 05:38:10
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I think one major communication block is that buzzerbeater players do not have positions... we have a best position... but you can play a shooting gaurd at center and he gets no further penalty than are reflected in his stats. We do give taller player bumps in rebounding, and shorter players bumps in handling in terms of how fast they train for example.... but tha's the extent that we constrain skill sets. You can make a Dirk, or you can make mugsey boges... whatever you feel like.

From: bull7
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Date: 08/04/2007 08:02:23
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Talking about the "best position" can it change according in which skills the player is improving?

From: Vikman

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Date: 08/04/2007 16:18:01
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Yes I have seen it in one of my players.

From: WFU03
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any guesses or updates would be appreciated!

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