There is an actual Beko BBL fantasy league that a lot of Germans take part in. Now, I've been apart of teams where guys need to try to have great statistical games to either boost their worth or prove their value, but I've learned that it usually takes away from their team's success. The idea of an athlete being concerned with fantasy stats cannot be good for a team, but having said that, it still doesn't stop me from playing Fantasy Football every year. I was actually pretty close to an addiction in the past.
Anyway, I pushed for a team building exercise, because you can never have enough of those, it involved everyone to enter a Fantasy Basketball League. Not a BBL one, an NBA one. To ensure victory, I've decided to first, test some of my teammates' GM skills. They were asked to pick a team based on certain stipulations and requirements. Simple enough huh?
So HERE'S WHAT I NEED FROM YOU...THE BEST TEAM. This is a six part series and I need you to check back daily to vote on the results. Facebook, blog, email, smoke signal, or a really really loud scream, however you need to get the answer to me, let me know so I can total em up and post the winner. My teammates got a lot riding on this week long series so your participation is greatly appreciated.
The question was proposed to Ben Jacobson, John Little and Chris Oliver. Here was the parameter for Part I: Pick a starting five and coach for the NCAA championship game, only using players who played in college since the millennium hit. And here were the teams.
(Coached by John Wooden)
(Coached by Mike Krzyzewski)
(Coached by Roy Williams)
I admit that this was dinner topic that turned into a blog series and they didn't have ample time to sit and think about it or research it. That's why you don't see a Shane Battier or a Jameer Nelson but I think they did okay for the rapid fire draft style we conducted.
REMEMBER: THIS IS BASED OFF OF THEIR COLLEGE TALENT...SO I ASK YOU...WHO HAS THE BEST TEAM???
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