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    Originally Posted by KingStarbury3
    ^Oh I cant lie Takeover was hilarious, although none or very little of what he said about Mobb deep is actually true, its still funny

    And if anything Jay-Z switched his demeanor alot more then mobb deep did

    Stat will be an 84 on the game, Steve Nash is an 87



    I believe it is forreal but Im not 100% sure if u these teams have to be downloaded or if its for the computer version only, I've been trying to figure this out
    STAT was an 83 in last years game so that's good to hear. Where did u find the rankings?


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    Originally Posted by CA7
    no way Metro

    Durant's mid range is not as good as Carmelo's, thats his bread and butter

    Durant shoots way more open shots than Carmelo and also scores a lot more in transition. He's an open court player while our guy is a half court player which means he shoots mostly contested shots

    Durant's defense is not that good, he has Sefolosha, Westbrook, Ibaka and Perkins around him, passing no way he barely passes and isn't known to create for others. Carmelo is a very skilled passer(former PG in High School). Rebounding you can have then again he's 6'11 with 100000ft wing span

    Durant 2K wise should be 93/94, Carmelo should be 92/93

    They are pretty close skill wise.

    People always say the thing that separates both is efficiency. So if Carmelo shoots 48% next year and we get to the ECF no one can say he isn't a top 5 player, because people saying KD in top 2 and CA is top 15 is absurd
    Durant's defense is better than Melo. Just because he has great defender's around him doesn't make him bad and Westbrook is an average man defender.

    Durant is a better shooter from all area's than Melo.

    Melo has finished below 35% from 3pt range 5 times in his 8 year career. Durant has finished below 35% once. His rookie season.

    Don't even make me bring out the mid range shooting rangers. Durant's jumper has hall of fame potential. Melo always been STREAKY.

    Kevin Durant when he was 21 had a better regular season than Carmelo Anthony ever had. Even at 22, he's had a better playoffs than Carmelo Anthony ever had. He scores more points, more efficiently, led his team further and is just a better teammate.

    Durant was arguably the second best player in the NBA at 21. I bring up age because Durant is a BETTER TALENT and is MORE SKILLED. The last player to put up more than 27 PT/G (Durant had 30.1) on better TS% was 1990. Melo has never been that good. Just look at their career averages, and this is with Melo having significantly more prime years than Durant.


    Melo career averages 24/6/3 54.5 TS% 20.3 PER .126 WSp48
    Melo's best season 29/6/4 56.3 TS% 22.0 PER .153 WSp48
    Melo's postseason averages 25/7/3 52.1 TS% 19.6 PER .106 WSp48

    Durant's career averages 26/6/3 57.6 TS% 21.8 PER .154 WSp48
    Durant's best season 30/8/3 60.7 TS% 26.2 PER .238 WSp48
    Durant's postseason averages 29/7/3 56.5 TS% 23.3 PER .192 WSp48



    Melo is soft.

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    Oh ****.

    Can't post much till season opens n I rarely got internet connection these days....but dayummmm. This is why I gave Metro cred for MVP candidacy.



    Goddamn. And peeps thinking Melo has more *RAW* talent?

    No.

    The dude's game is just more raw. Durant possesses more raw talent -- not yet unleashed -- than anybody in the NBA.

    The NBA has seen Melo's before. Like LBJ, the NBA has never before seen the likes of a KD.

    Thus, KD having very reasonable claim to being the #2 player in the NBA. And he is improving every year. And an awesome teammate with a virtually flawless resume as a teammate -- despite being in the combustible situation of playing alongside quasi-PG-offensive force Westbrook.

    Let's not get into what happened in NYC when a offensive-minded alpha PG stepped in for a short bit.

    In retro, Dolan was prolly wise to let Lin go. The **** storm that already brewed wasn't going to get any better.

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    Gawd that vid is damning.

    Melo is such a drama queen.

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    I like Melo a lot, but damn- I can't even defend that. I couldn't even finish watching it.


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    Originally Posted by JaYnYcE
    STAT was an 83 in last years game so that's good to hear. Where did u find the rankings?


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    They added some more since my last update

    Michael Jordan - 99
    Allen Iverson - 95 (00-01 NBA Finals Iverson)
    Kevin Durant - 94
    Chris Paul - 94
    Kobe Bryant - 93
    Carmelo Anthony - 92
    Derrick Rose - 92
    Scottie Pippen - 92
    Rajon Rondo - 90
    Kevin Love - 89
    Steve Nash - 87
    Andrew Bynum - 87
    Josh Smith – 87
    Andre Iguodala - 87
    Pau Gasol – 87
    Blake Griffin - 86
    Mona Ellis - 86
    Amare Stoudemire - 84
    Danny Granger - 84
    Marc Gasol – 83
    Serge Ibaka – 81
    Tyreke Evans - 81
    Anthony Davis - 80
    Michael Kidd-Gilchrist - 78
    Kemba Walker - 78
    Kenneth Faried - 76
    Harrison Barnes - 75
    Jared Dudley - 75
    Thomas Robinson - 75
    Javale McGee – 74
    Dion Waiters - 71
    Austin Rivers - 67
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    I miss AI in his prime. Wonder if I could duplicate that move he pulled on jordan in 2k.

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    That video gets me every time hahaha,

    the best is JR playing over him and then pointing at Melo like "this ****in guy is in the way"

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    3 new ratings

    Marc Gasol – 83
    Pau Gasol – 87
    Serge Ibaka – 81

    I would have both Marc and Pau at 85, Ibaka would be a 76 maybe





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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Durant's defense is better than Melo. Just because he has great defender's around him doesn't make him bad and Westbrook is an average man defender.

    Durant is a better shooter from all area's than Melo.

    Melo has finished below 35% from 3pt range 5 times in his 8 year career. Durant has finished below 35% once. His rookie season.

    Don't even make me bring out the mid range shooting rangers. Durant's jumper has hall of fame potential. Melo always been STREAKY.

    Kevin Durant when he was 21 had a better regular season than Carmelo Anthony ever had. Even at 22, he's had a better playoffs than Carmelo Anthony ever had. He scores more points, more efficiently, led his team further and is just a better teammate.

    Durant was arguably the second best player in the NBA at 21. I bring up age because Durant is a BETTER TALENT and is MORE SKILLED. The last player to put up more than 27 PT/G (Durant had 30.1) on better TS% was 1990. Melo has never been that good. Just look at their career averages, and this is with Melo having significantly more prime years than Durant.


    Melo career averages 24/6/3 54.5 TS% 20.3 PER .126 WSp48
    Melo's best season 29/6/4 56.3 TS% 22.0 PER .153 WSp48
    Melo's postseason averages 25/7/3 52.1 TS% 19.6 PER .106 WSp48

    Durant's career averages 26/6/3 57.6 TS% 21.8 PER .154 WSp48
    Durant's best season 30/8/3 60.7 TS% 26.2 PER .238 WSp48
    Durant's postseason averages 29/7/3 56.5 TS% 23.3 PER .192 WSp48



    Melo is soft.
    you dudes will never understand what some of us are saying but I will not argue with you Metro because you're starting that bull**** up again

    Carmelo and Durant are closer than everyone is making them out to be its ****ed up people wont give him the benefit of doubt when he came here to a **** team, played the Celtics by himself, the Heat by himself, hurt most of last year and yet got healthy, Woody put the team in the correct position succeed and Carmelo was playing better than anyone in the league the last month of the year, Melo's defensive numbers were vastly improved, he put on great performances of team ball and defense in the Olympics and yet he's soft, not skilled, top 20, a bum, a loser, etc.....

    Whatever though the problem with Knicks fans has always been we never appreciate our best player and always bash him and put other's teams players on higher plateaus. Its fine Melo will prove you all wrong

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Durant's defense is better than Melo. Just because he has great defender's around him doesn't make him bad and Westbrook is an average man defender.

    Durant is a better shooter from all area's than Melo.

    Melo has finished below 35% from 3pt range 5 times in his 8 year career. Durant has finished below 35% once. His rookie season.

    Don't even make me bring out the mid range shooting rangers. Durant's jumper has hall of fame potential. Melo always been STREAKY.

    Kevin Durant when he was 21 had a better regular season than Carmelo Anthony ever had. Even at 22, he's had a better playoffs than Carmelo Anthony ever had. He scores more points, more efficiently, led his team further and is just a better teammate.

    Durant was arguably the second best player in the NBA at 21. I bring up age because Durant is a BETTER TALENT and is MORE SKILLED. The last player to put up more than 27 PT/G (Durant had 30.1) on better TS% was 1990. Melo has never been that good. Just look at their career averages, and this is with Melo having significantly more prime years than Durant.


    Melo career averages 24/6/3 54.5 TS% 20.3 PER .126 WSp48
    Melo's best season 29/6/4 56.3 TS% 22.0 PER .153 WSp48
    Melo's postseason averages 25/7/3 52.1 TS% 19.6 PER .106 WSp48

    Durant's career averages 26/6/3 57.6 TS% 21.8 PER .154 WSp48
    Durant's best season 30/8/3 60.7 TS% 26.2 PER .238 WSp48
    Durant's postseason averages 29/7/3 56.5 TS% 23.3 PER .192 WSp48



    Melo is soft.
    Come on Metro! We don't have to pull up stats to know Melo is the better mid range shooter. The knock on KD is the fact that he settles for the jumper; especially the 3 ball more times than not. You can't say the same for Melo. We know he's a streaky 3pt shooter but that's not the point; his game is on the block & taking mid range jumpers. He has one of the best mid range games in the league; that's a fact. I think your Melo dislike blinds you to some of the obvious sometimes my man. My question is who do you want with the ball when the game's on the line in the 4th, Durant or Melo? I don't care what KD's numbers/stats are for the season, I know who I would want with the ball & it ain't the Durantula.

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    Originally Posted by knicksman20
    Come on Metro! We don't have to pull up stats to know Melo is the better mid range shooter. The knock on KD is the fact that he settles for the jumper; especially the 3 ball more times than not. You can't say the same for Melo. We know he's a streaky 3pt shooter but that's not the point; his game is on the block & taking mid range jumpers. He has one of the best mid range games in the league; that's a fact. I think your Melo dislike blinds you to some of the obvious sometimes my man. My question is who do you want with the ball when the game's on the line in the 4th, Durant or Melo? I don't care what KD's numbers/stats are for the season, I know who I would want with the ball & it ain't the Durantula.
    im not a fan of melo my dad is but thats true! melo find the way to get a shot off no matter what durant gets alway the benefit of the doubt with the whistle and settle for to much 25 footers! and westbrick is still the alpha dog on the thunders! game 4 nba finals most important game in the carrear of all of the thunder players not named perkins or fisher! who was the man on the team?! and they got the audacity to rate durant higher than wade! better rebounder, shot blocker, stealer, passer, higher basketball IQ etc. durant should be the same rating as melo, rondo and rose(because of injury)

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    Originally Posted by knicksman20
    Come on Metro! We don't have to pull up stats to know Melo is the better mid range shooter. The knock on KD is the fact that he settles for the jumper; especially the 3 ball more times than not. You can't say the same for Melo. We know he's a streaky 3pt shooter but that's not the point; his game is on the block & taking mid range jumpers. He has one of the best mid range games in the league; that's a fact. I think your Melo dislike blinds you to some of the obvious sometimes my man. My question is who do you want with the ball when the game's on the line in the 4th, Durant or Melo? I don't care what KD's numbers/stats are for the season, I know who I would want with the ball & it ain't the Durantula.
    Durant has been to the Finals and is a superior scorer/shooter/teammate and overall player. I have a logical and critical mind, the easy answer is Durant.

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    You guy's don't understand.

    Durant is a better shooter than Melo, always been and always will be.

    Melo is "STRONG" but doesn't get to the basket as he should.

    Melo takes 6.7 FTA a game with the entire system built around him.
    Durant takes 7.6 FTA a game playing with Russell Westbrook.

    At 21 year's old, Durant got to the FTA line 10 times a game on average., a career best. Durant isn't even 24 yet.
    8.9 was Carmelo's best and hasn't gotten close to that in 2-3 years.

    In fact, Melo becomes softer each season.
    8.9 FTA - in 2010
    7.0 FTA - in 2011 as a Knick
    6.7 FTA - in 2012 as a Knick

    So why is Melo who's stronger than Durant not able to be as productive in getting to the free throw line? Are we really going to blame D'Antoni for this?

    Durant is better at Melo. At everything entirely, and hasn't even hit his full potential. We're seeing Melo at his prime right now and this is the closest he'll ever get to him. Durant is a MVP canidate and a #2 player in the NBA. Melo has never been on that status.

    Melo's Shooting Percentage from the Mid Range Area
    10-15 FT - 42.3% (Previous two season's Melo shot 37% and 36%)
    16-23 FT - 35.0%

    KD's Shooting Percentage from the Mid Range Area
    10-15 FT - 39.5% (Previous two season's KD shot 47% and 47%)
    16-23FT - 46%

    KD is a more efficient mid range shooter, long range shooter, shooting at the rim. He has a better jumpshot, has better shot selection is just much more accurate and efficient. If you choose Melo it either has to be become you had a crush on him since his rookie year in Denver when he was rocking the female-like-corn-rolls. Melo is lesser than KD, this need to be understood. No personal preference, the numbers and game footage says so.

    Melo is slightly better at rebounding and passing. Soon we'll see Durant surpass Melo at that level, so it's not a locked in skill for each.

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    Originally Posted by KingStarbury3
    Heres a list of the teams that will be on the game

    30 All-Time Franchise Teams (HAWK23)
    All-Time 2010s Legends Team (HAWK23)
    All-Time 2000s Legends Team (HAWK23)
    All-Time 1990s Legends Team (HAWK23)
    All-Time 1980s Legends Team (HAWK23)
    All-Time 1970s Legends Team (HAWK23)
    All-Time 1960s Legends Team (HAWK23)
    All-Time 1950s Legends Team (HAWK23)
    2008 USA Redeem Team (HAWK23)
    1992 Dream Team (HAWK23)
    2011-2012 Oklahoma City Thunder (HAWK23)
    2011-2012 Miami Heat (HAWK23)
    2010-2011 Dallas Mavericks (HAWK23)
    2009-2010 Los Angeles Lakers (Laker06)
    2008-2009 Portland Trail Blazers (Brenzon)
    2008-2009 Orlando Magic (HAWK23)
    2008-2009 Houston Rockets (Nuhmete)
    2008-2009 Cleveland Cavaliers (Laker06)
    2008-2009 Los Angeles Lakers (Laker06)
    2007-2008 New Orleans Hornets (Nuhmete)
    2007-2008 Boston Celtics (HAWK23)
    2007-2008 Seattle SuperSonics (Nuhmete)
    2006-2007 San Antonio Spurs (Laker06)
    2006-2007 Golden State Warriors (TSD77)
    2006-2007 Phoenix Suns (TSD77/Nuhmete)
    2006-2007 Denver Nuggets (TSD77/Nuhmete)
    2006-2007 Utah Jazz (Nuhmete)
    2005-2006 New Jersey Nets (Аким/Nuhmete)
    2005-2006 Philadelphia 76ers (Аким/Nuhmete)
    2005-2006 Los Angeles Clippers (TDS77)
    2005-2006 Miami Heat (HAWK23)
    2005-2006 Washington Wizards (TSD77)
    2004-2005 Seattle SuperSonics (Nuhmete)
    2004-2005 Phoenix Suns (Tylerthecreature)
    2004-2005 San Antonio Spurs (Tylercreature)
    2003-2004 Houston Rockets (Laker06)
    2003-2004 Golden State Warriors (NickQuick)
    2003-2004 Dallas Mavericks (TSD77)
    2003-2004 Detroit Pistons (HAWK23)
    2003-2004 Indiana Pacers (CecilHayes)
    2003-2004 Los Angeles Lakers (HAWK23)
    2003-2004 Minnesota Timberwolves (HAWK23)
    2002-2003 GS Warriors (Sevin0Seven)
    2002-2003 Phoenix Suns (Аким/Nuhmete)
    2002-2003 San Antonio Spurs (TSD77)
    2002-2003 Washington Wizards (HAWK23)
    2002-2003 Orlando Magic (CecilHayes)
    2001-2002 Los Angeles Lakers (TSD77)
    2001-2002 New Jersey Nets (HAWK23)
    2001-2002 Charlotte Hornets (Аким/Sevin0Seven)
    2001-2002 Seattle Sonics (Brenzon)
    2001-2002 Boston Celtics (Аким/Nuhmete)
    2000-2001 Vancouver Grizzlies (Nuhmete)
    2000-2001 Los Angeles Clippers (Brenzon)
    2000-2001 Los Angeles Lakers (tylercreature)
    2000-2001 Milwakuee Bucks (TSD77)
    2000-2001 Dallas Mavericks (Laker06)
    2000-2001 Sacramento Kings (Brenzon)
    2000-2001 Philadelphia 76ers (HAWK23)
    1999-2000 Los Angeles Lakers (HAWK23)
    1999-2000 Portland Trailblazers (HAWK23)
    1999-2000 Indiana Pacers (HAWK23)
    1999-2000 Toronto Raptors (HAWK23)
    1999-2000 Phoenix Suns (Nuhmete)
    1998-1999 Houston Rockets (Sevin0Seven)
    1998-1999 San Antonio Spurs (Nuhmete)
    1998-1999 New York Knicks (HAWK23)
    1997-1998 Minnesota T-Wolves (HAWK23)
    1997-1998 Cleveland Cavaliers (Inbar)
    1997-1998 Indiana Pacers (HAWK23)
    1996-1997 Phoenix Suns (Laker06)
    1996-1997 Los Angeles Lakers (Broadsun)
    1996-1997 Philadelphia 76ers (HAWK23)
    1996-1997 Washington Bullets (Nuhmete)
    1996-1997 Detroit Pistons (HAWK23)
    1996-1997 Houston Rockets (TSD77)
    1996-1997 Chicago Bulls (Nuhmete)
    1996-1997 Charlotte Hornets (HAWK23)
    1996-1997 Atlanta Hawks (RF10)
    1996-1997 Utah Jazz (Conv from NBA2K11)
    1996-1997 Miami Heat (HAWK23)
    1996-1997 Toronto Raptors (Sevin0Seven)
    1996-1997 Milwaukee Bucks (Sevin0Seven)
    1996-1997 New York Knicks (Broadsun)
    1995-1996 Sacramento Kings (HAWK23)
    1994-1995 Dallas Mavericks (HAWK23)
    1994-1995 Indiana Pacers (Laker06)
    1994-1995 Minnesota Timberwolves (Sevin0Seven)
    1994-1995 San Antonio Spurs (RF10)
    1994-1995 Houston Rockets (Maximus)
    1993-1994 Miami Heat (HAWK23)
    1993-1994 Golden State Warriors (HAWK23)
    1992-1993 LA Clippers (Sevin0Seven)
    1992-1993 Seattle SuperSonics (Nuhmete)
    1992-1993 New Jersey Nets (Nuhmete)
    1992-1993 New York Knicks (HAWK23)
    1992-1993 Phoenix Suns (HAWK23)
    1991-1992 Portland Trail Blazers (NBA2K11)
    1991-1992 Chicago Bulls (HAWK23)
    1991-1992 Boston Celtics (CecilHayes)
    1990-1991 Utah Jazz (tommyhtc)
    1990-1991 Philadelphia 76ers (Sevin0Seven)
    1989-1990 Atlanta Hawks (NBA2K11)
    1989-1990 Detroit Pistons (NBA2K11)
    1989-1990 Chicago Bulls (NBA2K11)
    1987-1988 Washington Bullets (Brenzon)
    1987-1988 Dallas Mavericks (Nuhmete)
    1987-1988 Los Angeles Lakers (HAWK23)
    1986-1987 Seattle Supersonics (RF10)
    1985-1986 Houston Rockets (Maximus)
    1984-1985 Los Angeles Lakers (HAWK23)
    1984-1985 New York Knicks (HAWK23)
    1984-1985 Denver Nuggets (RF10)
    1983-1984 Phoenix Suns (Nuhmete)
    1983-1984 Utah Jazz (RF10)
    1983-1984 Boston Celtics (HAWK23)
    1982-1983 San Antonio Spurs (RF10)
    1982-1983 Philadelphia 76ers (RF10)
    1981-1982 Denver Nuggets (RF10)
    1981-1982 Los Angeles Lakers (TSD77)
    1981-1982 Denver Nuggets (RF10)
    1980-1981 Houston Rockets (RF10)
    1980-1981 Boston Celtics (CecilHayes)
    1979-1980 Boston Celtics (Brenzon)
    1979-1980 Los Angeles Lakers (Nuhmete)
    1978-1979 Seattle Supersonics (Nuhmete)
    1977-1978 Washington Bullets (HAWK23)
    1976-1977 New Orleans Jazz (Brenzon)
    1976-1977 New York Knicks (RF10)
    1976-1977 Portland Trail Blazers (Jayatsena)
    1946-1947 Phoenix Suns (johnpipe)
    1975-1976 New York Nets (Brenzon)
    1975-1976 Boston Celtics (HAWK23)
    1974-1975 Buffalo Braves (RF10)
    1974-1975 Golden State Warriors (johnpipe)
    1973-1974 Detroit Pistons (Аким/HAWK23)
    1973-1974 Boston Celtics (RF10/Nuhmete)
    1972-1973 New York Knicks (HAWK23)
    1971-1972 Chicago Bulls (Francis27nba)
    1969-1970 New York Knicks (HAWK23)
    1969-1970 Baltimore Bullets (jayatsena)
    1969-1970 Philadelphia 76ers (jayatsena)
    1966-1967 San Francisco Warriors (RF10)
    1961-1962 Cincinnati Royals (jayatsena)
    1961-1962 Philadelphia Warriors (jayatsena)
    1959-1960 Boston Celtics (RF10)
    1957-1958 St. Louis Hawks (jayatsena)
    1955-1956 Philadelphia Warriors (johnpipe)
    1954-1955 Syracuse Nationals (jayatsena)
    1954-1955 Fort Wayne Pistons (jayatsena)
    1951-1952 Minneapolis Lakers (jayatsena)
    1950-1951 Rochester Royals (johnpipe)
    1947-1948 Baltimore Bullets (johnpipe)
    1946-1947 Chicago Stags (johnpipe)
    1946-1947 Philadelphia Warriors (johnpipe)
    How do we even get these teams? I have the game but I'm unsure how to get these teams.


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