13) captainzen - Chris Paul, Shawn Kemp, Tracy McGrady, Troy Murphy, Lamar Odom, Roy Tarpley, Mike Bibby
I think TMac was a pretty bad pick for your team. You had Paul and Kemp, two guys with pretty high usage and high efficiency, at that point, but TMac will take shots away from the two of them, give you extra usage you didn't need, and occasionally shoot you out of games. He isn't all that efficient for a 52 mil team, and while he does bring more to the table I just don't think it's a good fit for what you had already. Nothing all that wrong with the last couple picks, you should at least have a good rebounding team with that starting five, and the team still probably has a good chance to make the playoffs, just not as good as it could have been.
14) 98average (1) - Jason Kidd, Manu Ginobili, Willis Reed, Tree Rollins, Rudy Tomjanovich, Patrick Ewing, Antonio McDyess
I will be watching this team with interest. I love the first two picks - aside from low-ish minutes, Kidd and Manu are the dream backcourt pairing - and the last three are extremely unconventional, and I am fascinated to see how this comes out. Rudy T's best season looks like it could be really good, and unless I miss my guess he'll be playing some SG for you. You should dominate the boards, and defense is great too. The only questions are how this works out offensively, and if your team can keep from committing 30 fouls per game. Hardest team to project so far IMO, due to what I would consider a rather unique construction, but I think it makes the playoffs.
15) ashamael - Magic Johnson, Kevin Durant, Marques Johnson, Kris Humphries, Joakim Noah, Rodrique Beaubois, Dan Gadzuric
Haha - I am with you that the usage-hog, SG gunner is not my favorite guy to have, but here we are, you with KD and me with Dr. J (we'll get to my team later). KD all depends on how many FT he shoots - due to that insane 90% rate, it's all about if he can get in that 500-600 FTA range in the SIM. If he does, he's actually pretty efficient. If not...not as much. But the rest of this team is built beautifully, with some names that are on my teams all the time. Rebounding should be very good, defense isn't great but should be good enough. Assists are a little on the low side, especially when Magic goes out, so hopefully that doesn't pull you down on offense (probably fine). We all know this team will make the playoffs, the only question is how far it goes - I'll guess to the Conference Finals, but it all depends on matchups in the playoffs.
16) vancem - Karl Malone, Shawn Marion, Tom Boerwinkle, Jerry West, Emeka Okafor, Jameer Nelson, Nick Anderson
Love Malone, at any cap. Marion is the high-board SF you need next to him. I think every piece of this team fits well, except for West. Not a huge fan of him, he'll take shots from the Mailman, and I just can't remember people having much success with him. But he does give you good D, at least. Overall, this seems to be a pretty well balanced team. Should be in the playoffs, could make a run.
17) scudmissle - Ben Wallace, Bill Walton, Anfernee Hardaway, Vince Carter, Carlos Boozer, Danny Granger, Connie Hawkins
Oh man, I love the first three picks here. Not as high on the rest of them, but nothing seriously wrong here. Rebounds should be fine. Assists should be ok. Defense is good. All depends on how efficient you are offensively - but you don't have to be amazing for the defense and boards to take you to the playoffs, and that's where this team should go.
18) 98average (2) - Artis Gilmore, Tim Duncan, Bill Bridges, Mark Price, Robert Horry, Terrell Brandon, Scott Burrell
Powerful frontcourt for sure,all depends on how the backcourt holds up. I'm not quite sure what season's you'll go with here, or who the starter at PG is, but you should have good rebounding, pretty good defense (maybe some issues with flexibility, but overall D is high enough that it shouldn't be a problem), and probably enough threes too. I keep almost picking Burrell, people don't pay enough attention to him IMO. Looks like a solid squad to me.