Posted by robusk on 8/27/2013 5:44:00 PM (view original):
Posted by malone9975 on 8/27/2013 5:11:00 PM (view original):This is the way I am understanding it and doing it now. I built a spreadsheet with each player season in which that season of that player was on a team with one of my three guys and using that as my pool. This is correct, right?
Posted by ronaldnearns on 8/27/2013 4:59:00 PM (view original):I dont think that is it.
Posted by robusk on 8/27/2013 4:50:00 PM (view original):right what he is saying is if you pick 67-68 wilt because he was with the 76ers you can only use people that played with him from 64-65 to 67-68 his years with the 76ers..
Posted by foghat on 8/27/2013 4:46:00 PM (view original):Oooooh. Man. I have made this way to complicated on myself. I was under the assumption that if I used say, 67-68 Wilt, I could only use players from the 67-68 76ers. That is not the case?
Posted by thomcat on 8/27/2013 4:33:00 PM (view original):Bingo.
So in a nutshell, I can choose any season of any player who
A. At some point played with one of my three players;
B. Is not one of the 69 others who form trios.
so your best bet if possible is to use the Lakers or the SF/Phily Warriors season
He could use Wilt from any year, and use any teammate of Wilt from anytime in his career. So he could use 60-61 Wilt and use Pat Riley who he played with the year he retired in 72-73 and choose the 75-76 season when he was in Phoenix.
This is correct. I guess I didn't make things initially clear enough. Sorry if I caused any confusion to owners.
Using what Malone9975 did as an example,
If my big three were Kobe, Paul Pierce, and Kevin Mchale I can select players from the following seasons:
96-97 to 12-13 Lakers
98-99 to 12-13 Celtics
80-81 to 92-93 Celtics
I hope that clears things up.