Quote: Originally posted by seble on 7/27/2008
(1) I'm trying to give you parameters without giving away every detail. If you have an existing team you'd like me to check I can.
(2) Any guy close to or above Wilt is pretty much enough by himself to avoid the penalty.
The top 50 in terms of usage percentage (with no other parameters, so there are low minutes guys included), the lowest is 33.something usage. So that begs the question:
50ppg one? There's only 3 Wilts in the top 50 of usage (and one is a 1700 minute one), so I'm assuming you mean 50ppg one. In that case. the highest scoring kobe and jordan are fine by themselves? You can surround them with low usage guys - and the low usage guys won't suffer a penalty - but Kobe and Jordan probably will (but 50ppg wilt won't? I don't understand how this works).
I'm not going to bother to waste my time anymore on 1. You want to give the customer vague information based on relative terms and won't give a satisfactory answer.
I haven't been around WIS long, and in the time I have been, I've seen a lot of anti-WIS attitudes in the forums and didn't understand why.
Now I'm starting to: WIS is a want-won't relationship.
The consumer (customer, player - US) wants to get their money's worth in the game.
The provider won't give us the information necessary for us to do that.
We don't need to know every detail, man. Nobody wants the code. We just want to know what's possible before wasting their money.
Relative terms don't help.
It's like you're driving on a long trip, but you don't know where you're going. You're on the interstate and the navigator is the person in the passenger's seat. You ask - how far is it to the exit we need to get off on?
"It's not far."
What is far? Is it 1 mile? 5 miles? 25 miles? 100 miles? How is that a helpful answer?
That is the same as saying - "a low/med/high volume guy will do __________"
What is medium volume? What is low volume? You've already said high volume is "a guy like Wilt" - which you can see the consternation in that from the first part of my post.